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Earthquake tragedy: BLF chief says international, private help welcome

thumbnail imageKARACHI: An impasse looms large over the relief effort in Balochistan’s earthquake-devastated region – an area known to be a hotbed of Baloch rebels – which has already resulted in mushrooming clashes in the region. However, a top commander has offered a way forward through the mistrust between rebels and security forces: Let the relief effort be handled by private or international organisations.

Reuters Special Report: The struggle Pakistan does not want reported

thumbnail imageAbdul Razzaq Baloch worked nights. After dinner, he would start his shift as a proofreader at the Daily Tawar, a newspaper published on a shoe-string from a cramped office in Karachi, Pakistan's commercial capital. At 2 a.m., the 42-year-old would make the short journey home on his new Super Star motorbike.

Truth invites IRE

thumbnail imageThe CPJ report said that deadly, unpunished violence against the press rose sharply in Pakistan and Mexico, continuing a dark, years-long trend in both nations

Washington: Just Say No To Pakistan

thumbnail imageBritish imperialism was skilled at manipulating ethnic divisions in south Asia, but in 1947, it choose instead to act as midwife to an artificiality based on religion rather than ethnicity, thereby spawning via a bloody Partition a new state named ‘Pakistan’ (‘Land of the Pure’) in which an inherently implausible gaggle of Bengalis, Sindhis, Punjabis, Baluchis, and Pashtuns found themselves lumped together.

Dr Allah Nazar On Balochistan - An Exclusive Interview with Naked Punch

thumbnail imageDr Allah Nazar is Balochistan’s most popular middle-class nationalist leader. Belonging from a modest family in Balochistan’s town of Mashkay, he started his political career from Baloch Students Organization (BSO). He founded his own faction of BSO in February 2002 that openly advocated an armed struggle for liberating Balochistan. In 2003, he went underground to organize his own militant group. His Balochistan Liberation Front (BLF) made headlines when it claimed responsibility for killing three Chinese engineers in Gwadar on May 2, 2004.

The Real Reason for an Attack on Syria

thumbnail imageTo this day, Balochis turn up dead by the side of the road as the Army and the ISI kill and dump them with impunity. It never seems to make it to mainstream American news sources. Pakistan has killed as many as 10,000 Balochis, using American supplied weapons, in a matter of days. That was OK, it seems. But Assad is somehow a threat to American national security because he does the same things to his own people. Really? I don’t think so.

Balochistan’s missing money

thumbnail imagePakistan has no resource management policy and doesn’t have a transparent and well-established system. The Islamabad elite, in fact, is unwilling to establish or introduce a transparent system to channel natural-resource earnings towards human development. Balochistan’s multi-billion copper-gold project, Saindak, was gifted to a Chinese company without any transparency by Musharraf in 2002 – and recently extended for another five years – without sharing a single clause of the agreement with the public or parliament.

Rationalising exploitation and atrocities

thumbnail imageBalochistan not only suffers because of the misuse of its natural gas resources and low employment but also because of the low prices for the misused gas

The Powerless world of R2P (Responsibility To Protect)

thumbnail imageIndia should raise its voice against the state sponsored genocide of Shias and Balochs in Pakistan. R2P be damned.

Resenting the yoke

thumbnail imageSurprisingly, and unfortunately, all those confronted with national struggles like those of the Baloch, Kurds, Palestinians, Kashmiris, Chechens, etc, impute that foreign powers fan the insurgency and fail to comprehend that injustices and a colonial yoke provoke insurgencies and not RAW

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