Mutilated dead body of Hasil Baloch found in Awaran

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BALOCHISTAN: A mutilated dead body of previously abducted Baloch was found dumped in District Awaran in occupied Balochistan on Wednesday August 24, 2016.

According to details the dead body was first discovered by a local resident and he informed the local authorities. The body was later identified as that of Hasil Baloch son of Jameel Baloch a resident of Dansar area of Zamuran, Balochistan.

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Aug 25: Shaheed Altaf Baloch

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August 24, 2016 · 3:00 pm

Who was Dr. Tayib Baloch

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On 3rd June 2016 people in Buleda pulled out two bodies from a well; their hands and legs were tied up. Buleda is a small valley and a Tehsil of Kech District in occupied Balochistan in Pakistan.

These bodies were identified as that of Dr. Tayib Baloch son of Maula Bakhsh and his teenage son Salman Baloch. Dr. Tayib was a young physician who practiced medicine in the village.

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Pakistan will have to pay a heavy price for Balochistan policy & economic corridor with China

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The Baloch have continued to revolt and die. In all the various battles fought by the Baloch, an estimated 50,000 have been killed.

By Vikram Sood

During his lengthy speech on August 15, Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke briefly about what was happening in Pakistan, in Peshawar and the terror. He spoke about the messages he was receiving from the people of Balochistan, Gilgit and Pakistan-Occupied Kashmir (POK) who were thanking him, and in doing so, they were really thanking all Indians.

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LEAs may be involved in disappearance of Wahid Baloch: HRCP

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KARACHI: The role of law enforcement agencies (LEAs) in the disappearance of publisher and author Abdul Wahid Baloch cannot be ruled out, vice chairperson of the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP)’s Sindh chapter, Asad Iqbal Butt, alleged on Monday.

This was the crux of a report prepared by a fact-finding mission formed by the HRCP on Aug 3 after Wahid Baloch was allegedly picked up by two men in plain clothes from a bus at the Super Highway toll plaza on July 26, he said.

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Human Right Violations: Latest reports of Pakistani state atrocities in Balochistan

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BALOCHISTAN:  Pakistani forces continue their rampage and brutalities across Balochistan as the issue of long ignored Baloch conflict once again came to the limelight after Indian Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi has mentioned Balochistan in his Independence Day speech at Red Fort.

On 8th  August, a suicide bomber killed more than 80 people including 40 Baloch and Pashtun lawyers in an attack at Civil Hospital Quetta where  the lawyers had gathered to pay their final respects to their colleague and the president of Balochistan Bar Council, shot dead earlier in the  same day. The Pakistan army chief declared the attack as ‘an attack on CPEC (China-Pakistan Economic Corridor)’ and order ‘combing operation’ in Balochistan.

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An uncontained Pakistan will destroy the world: Brahumdagh Bugti

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I would like to make a request to the Indian media – the Baloch cause has nothing to do with Kashmir. These are two separate issues.

Chitra Subramaniam| Sunday, August 21, 2016

As we sit down in his Geneva home for an interview, Nawab Brahumdagh Bugti is a worried man. The President of the Baloch Republican Party (BRP) is flooded with messages about military operations in and around his hometown Dera Bugti in Balochistan. “It’s been like this since the morning. It doesn’t stop. Pakistan will destroy the world”, he says adding “Narendra Modi has seriously altered the global discourse about our part of the world by highlighting the plight of the Baloch – we are very grateful to him and India.” Excerpts:

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