Monthly Archives: August 2009

Joint sec of BNM has martyred by Pakistani intellegence agency after kidnaping

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Baloch observe ‘down with Pakistan’ day in US

WASHINGTON, Aug 28 (PTI) The small Baloch community in and around Washington has observed the third death anniversary of their leader Nawab Akbar Khan Bugti as “Down with Pakistan” day.
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Balochistan Edition: BBC Urdu on Nawab Bugti 3rd anniversary

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Karachi’s Baloch belong to Balochistan: Brahamdagh Bugti

بوبزادہ براہمداغ بگٹی

بوبزادہ براہمداغ بگٹی

By Noor Elahi Bugti

QUETTA/KARACHI: The leader of the Baloch National Front (BNF) Brahamdagh Bugti, said on Wednesday the third death anniversary of Nawab Akbar Bugti, that the Baloch living in Karachi cannot be separated from the land and people of Balochistan.
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“Extreme military pressure” forces closure of daily

Reporters Without Borders said today it was shocked by the closure of Pakistani Urdu-languge daily Asaap. after it came under “tremendous pressure” from the government and the security forces which were controlling its offices both inside and out.

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Shutdown in Balochistan to mourn Bugti, 10 killed

By Staff Reporter – Press Trust of India

Islamabad, Aug 26 (PTI) At least 10 people were killed in sporadic violence as life in most parts of Pakistan’s restive southwestern Balochistan province was hit today by a strike called to mark the third death anniversary of nationalist leader Nawab Akbar Bugti, who died in a military operation.

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Aug 26: 3 Years after Nawab Bugti

By Malik Siraj Akbar

What is being enormously remembered today on the eve of the third death anniversary of Baloch leader Nawab Mohammad Akbar Khan Bugti is the absence of an undisputed political figure that could bridge the gap between the province of Balochistan and the center. Baloch nationalist parties are marking the death anniversary of Nawab Bugti, a former chief minister and the governor of Balochistan who was killed in a military operation on August 26, 2006, with a “black day” today (Wednesday) all over the province.

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