Daily Archives: September 5, 2016

Sept 06: Shaheed Mukhtar Baloch

اتوار کو تمپ میں کیا ہوا تھا؟

(News from BBC Urdu – Sept 09, 2009)

Shaheed Mukhtar Baloch

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Sept 06: Shaheed Advocate Zaman Khan Marri

Wronged souls don’t vanish: an obituary of Zaman Khan Marri – By Mir Mohammad Ali Talpur

 

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New app soon for AIR’s Baluchi service

air-balochi-appThe Baluchi programme can be heard anywhere in the world with the help of the app.

Amrita Nayak Dutta 

While the Centre is planning to bolster All India Radio’s long-running Baluchi service, the public broadcaster is in the process of launching an application so that the programmes can be heard by everyone across the world with just a click of a button.

According to officials, creating an application for the 42-year-old Baluchi service was anyway in the offing, along with 15 other services managed by the external services division.
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AIR will recruit more Balochi speakers

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By AREEBA FALAK | NEW DELHI | SUNDAY GUARDIAN LIVE

After Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s mention of Pakistan’s human rights violations in Balochistan in his Independence Day speech, public broadcaster All India Radio’s (AIR) show in Balochi language, which is said to be “one of the worst managed” overseas transmissions in the division, is set for a major overhaul. The public broadcaster is keenly looking to recruit more Balochi-speaking people who can help improve the quality of its show in Balochi language.
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Missed signals — AIR’s Baloch service

Three siblings, born in Quetta, have been anchoring the service for 13 years.

Anuradha Raman

AIR Baloch serviceThe decision reportedly taken by the Centre to start a Baloch radio service on All India Radio (AIR) has spooked the public service broadcaster.

After a flurry of unsourced tweets that followed the announcement, officials from AIR denied the announcement. Meanwhile there were reports that Pakistan’s regulatory authority, Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA), had banned Indian channels aired on DTH services.

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