Daily Archives: September 6, 2009

بی این ایف کے پرامن جلسہ میں‌پاکستانی ریاست کی دھشتگردی

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One killed, five injured in Turbat shoot-out

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TURBAT: One person was killed and five others were injured during a shoot-out in the Turbat on Sunday.

The incident occurred during a meeting of Baloch nationalist party Baloch National Front (BNF) in the Tump area of Turbat.

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22 hurt in attack on police station

By: Bari Baloch

QUETTA Sept 5: At least 22 people including six police officials were wounded in a hand grenade attack on a police station in provincial capital on Saturday.

According to police sources, unidentified people hurled two hand grenades at City Police station located on the crowded Liaquat Bazaar where people were busy buying things for Eid. The hand grenades landed infront of police station and exploded with a big bang. As a result, 22 people including six police officials sustained injuries.

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میں قبائلی نظام کا مخالف نہیں ہوں ۔۔۔جنگ مسلط کی گئی: براہمداغ بگٹی

حکومت اپنے اقدامات سے ثابت کرے کہ وہ حل کے لیے سنجیدہ ہے

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Brahamdagh Bugti

انٹرویو: ملک سراج اکبر 

براہمداغ بگٹی ترک پارلیمان کی سوچ رکھنے والی بلوچ ری پبلکن پارٹی (بی آر پی) کے سربراہ ہیں اور 2006ء میں اپنے داد ا کی ہلاکت کے بعد سے روپوش ہو کر صوبے میں ایک مسلح تحریک چلار ہے ہیں۔ انھوں نے حال ہی میں” ہم شہر ی“ کو ایک خصوصی انٹرویو دیا جو کہ قارئین کی خدمت میں حاضرہے۔

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Banok Karima: the Baloch Leila Khaled

بانک کریمہ بلوچ

بانک کریمہ بلوچ

By Malik Siraj Akbar

The Frontier Corps (FC) injured several political activists and one journalist in Turbat district on Friday in a clash in front of headquarters of Mekran Scouts in a sit-in that demanded the release of a freshly arrested Baloch writer and his son in Thump area.

According to the details, hundreds of Baloch women hailing from four towns of Turbat staged a sit-in in front of the district headquarter of the Mekran Scouts, a wing of the Frontier Corps (FC), to condemn the raid and subsequent arrest of a prominent Balochi language writer Ali Jan Quomi and his son Mujahid Quomi.

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