Monthly Archives: October 2015

Oct 30: Shudaha-e-Zahedan

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October 29, 2015 · 3:00 pm

Pakistan loses UN Human Rights Council election

UNHRC election 2015

Pakistan lost its bid on Tuesday to be re-elected to the UN Human Rights Council when its current term ends this year. It polled just 105 votes in the 193-member General Assembly.

Pakistan was considering running for the Council’s presidency next year, according to diplomatic sources, and had been putting out feelers. The defeat deals Islamabad a diplomatic set-back as it seeks to burnish its international reputation.

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Mehlab is Missing

Mehlab Baloch

In struggle its struggle itself that becomes a life, not the destination

by Zahid Abdulla

Every day in school Hani misses her friend Mehlab and tells the story of their friendship to other classmates. She still remembers her jokes, naughtiness, and the dolls that she used to hide in her school bags and how they played with the dolls at her home. Her eyes become nostalgic when she remembers her. She wants life to go back before June 2009 and it should always be KG1 in School.

Mehlab and Hani had not known that one day life would bring them to recall each other only in memory. They did not know people would disappear. One day Mehlab’s father disappeared. They say that Dr. Deen Mohammad was abducted by the Pakistani state forces. She did not understand why the Pakistan army would take away her father. Do they need a doctor in the army camp? What has her father done?

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Sharif heckled by ‘ #FreeBalochistan ’ protester during US speech

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Ahmer Mustikhan of the Free Balochistan Campaign USA protesting against police atrocities and human rights violations at US Institute of Peace where Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif was speaking. (PTI)

Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif was on Friday heckled by a protester who demanded to free the restive Balochistan province where activists say army is engaged in abductions, torture and killings.

As Sharif began delivering his address at the US Institute of Peace, a prominent independent think-tank here, a protester raised slogans including “Free Balochistan” besides calling him a “friend of (Osama) Bin Laden”.

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یومِ غضب کبھی نہیں منایا گیا

تحریر: میر محمد علی ٹالپر
ترجمہ : لطیف بلیدی

عام طور پر لوگوں کا ماننا ہے کہ شر دوسروں پر نازل ہوتا ہے اور وہ اس سے محفوظ رہیں گے۔ اسی لئے وہ ریاست کی طرف سے کیے جانیوالے جبر، استبداد اور غلیظ جنگ کے شر کیخلاف احتجاج کرنے کی زحمت گوارا نہیں کرتے جب دوسروں کو اسکا نشانہ بنایا جا رہا ہو

Mir Muhammad Ali Talpurیومِ غضب کے دن ہزاروں مظاہرین نے 26 ستمبر 2014ء میں اگوالا سے 43 طالب علموں کی گمشدگی کی پہلی برسی کے موقع پر میکسیکو شہر میں مارچ کیا۔ معاشرے کے ہر طبقے کے لوگوں نے اس میں شرکت کی۔ انہوں نے نعرے لگائے: ”وہ زندہ اٹھائے گئے، ہمیں وہ زندہ واپس چاہیئیں“ اور یہ بھی کہ ”نہ مزید گمشدگیاں، نہ مزید اموات۔“ مارسیلو براڈسکی، جنہوں نے اپنی تصاویر میں لاپتہ افراد کو امر کردیا ہے، کا بجا طور پر کہنا ہے کہ: ”جب کوئی گمشدگی ہو تو یہ ایک طرح سے موت سے بھی بدتر ہوتی ہے۔ یہ مستقل ہے، یہ ایک ایسا جرم ہے جو جاری رہتا ہے۔“

 Never a day of indignation

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Pakistan claims joint blood dollar project in Baluchistan

Gwadar-Kashgar energy corridor

Even before the evil nexus of exploiting Balochistan’s resources between China and Pakistan took concrete shape the Baloch were systematically targeted.

By: Mehran Marri

Mehran BaluchThe recent visit of Chinese President Xi Jinpeng to Pakistan and his promise to pump in $46 billion into projects in Gwadar-Kashgar energy corridor threatens Baloch lives and Baloch rights as never before. To ensure that the financiers and their agents get full returns from these blood dollars the Pakistani establishment is taking steps to severely crack down on Baloch and their supporters who resent the exploitation of their resources.

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Oct 21: Shaheed Faqeer Shahwani and Shaheed Zahoor Bangulzai

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October 20, 2015 · 4:00 pm