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Enforced disappearances in Balochistan, Sindh discussed

thumbnail imageKARACHI: Speakers highlighted the issues related to the missing Baloch persons with reference to writer Mohammed Hanif’s book ‘The Baloch who is not missing and others who are’ at an event organised by the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP) at the Arts Council on Wednesday evening.

The Baloch perspective

thumbnail imagePakistan’s mounting energy crisis and the growing demand for energy security in the region have magnified Balochistan’s economic and strategic importance. As a result, in each and every significant agreement signed between Beijing, Islamabad and Tehran, Balochistan is the centre of attention.

Baloch Hal Editorial: Why The Baloch Interests Rest With Boycotting The Elections

thumbnail imageSince the killing of Nawab Mohammad Akbar Bugti in a military operation in August 2006, elections in Balochistan have become a yardstick to measure the intensity of Baloch disillusionment with the Pakistani federation. Unlike the rest of Pakistan, elections in Balochistan are not merely about public representation, transparency and the accommodation of underrepresented voices in the so-called mainstream politics. Balochistan, after Bugti’s killing, has become a significantly different place and the dynamics as well as the requirements of the regional politics have remarkably changed.

Exceptional sight but absolute lack of vision

thumbnail imageLittle do political parties in Balochistan realise that the noose of disaster, devastation and desolation will tighten around the neck of the people

An open letter to Hamid Mir (Geo TV) by Dr. Allah Nazar Baloch

thumbnail imageI'm writing you this letter with the hope that perhaps the historians of the next century – standing in the witness box of history – will reveal the truth about the oppressed Baloch nation, hold the colonial powers and occupying rulers of the day accountable and examine the role and discourse of its advocates and intelligentsia.

Baloch rebel poet: Dreams cannot be forsaken

thumbnail imageDreams cannot be forsaken: Poem by: Dr. Allah Nazar Baloch (March 5, 2013)

Baloch missing persons: a soul rending saga, Pt 1

thumbnail imagePeople view these atrocities disinterestedly because the Baloch missing and dead have been relegated to merely statistical status

Missing: the boy on the bicycle

thumbnail imageHafiz Saeed became one of almost 1300 disappeared Baloch citizens whose families have been holding almost a perpetual vigil for their release. They travel from distant villages and towns to hold three-month-long protest camps outside Islamabad and Karachi Press Club but our press usually ignores them. When Voice of Missing Baloch Persons recently held a rally to mark one thousand days of their protest, no TV channels covered it.

The truth about Balochistan, Part I and II

thumbnail imageThe first universities, schools and other centres of learning in Balochistan were established by moderate and nationalist Baloch tribal chiefs who were staunch opponents of colonial rule in the Subcontinent, particularly in Balochistan.

Lame pretexts

thumbnail imageSaindak and Gwadar are the microcosm of all that is wrong in Balochistan; the locals are left out of the benefits

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