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Jan 05: Shaheed Ilyas Nizar Baloch

Shaheed Ilyas Nizar Baloch

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January 4, 2017 · 2:30 pm

Sept 2: Mir Ghulam Mohammed Shahwani

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September 1, 2016 · 3:00 pm

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تحریر : ساجد حسین

ترجمہ: لطیف بلیدی

بیس سال کی عمر تھی اور لکھاری بننے کے جذبے سے سرشار میں ہر اس شخص سے ملنے کا شوقین تھا جسکا ادب سے کچھ لینا دینا ہو۔ تو میں ایک آدمی سے ملا۔ 2002ء میں۔

میرا ایک ادبی دوست مجھے لیاری میں اس آدمی کے چھوٹے سے اپارٹمنٹ میں لے گیا جہاں وہ ایک بڑے خاندان کیساتھ رہتا تھا۔ اس نے اردو کی ایک کتاب ’انسان بڑا کیسے بنا‘، بنی نوع انسان کا ارتقا، کا بلوچی زبان میں ترجمہ کیا تھا۔

The evolution of a dead body

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The evolution of a dead body

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Twenty years old and brimming with the passion of becoming a writer, I was eager to meet anyone who had something to do with literature. So I met a guy.  In 2002.

A literary friend of mine took me to this guy’s small apartment in Lyari where he lived with a large family. He had translated an Urdu book, Insan bara kaise bana, The Evolution of the Mankind, into Balochi.

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Balochistan discourse: the tale of dominant narratives

Balochistan discourse

When it comes to the Balochistan discourse, there is always a built-in and dominant narrative that represents the ‘selected’ side of the matter — be it political, social or economic

By: Noor Ahmed Baloch

These days Balochistan is in news for two reasons. One, for the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) and Gwadar, which gets a great deal of coverage in mainstream media; two, a combination of multiple problems, including the ongoing insurgency, which is a point of little discussion in media. Nonetheless, the historical background of Balochistan reveals much, and its current state of affairs is beyond how it is viewed. The other day in a discussion regarding Balochistan, a friend raised a very valid point saying that as much as Balochistan is rich in terms of natural resources, it is also rich in manpower and talent. There is much truth to that. But what really counts a great deal is how that is being utilised, facilitated and given the due space.

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Jan 05: Shaheed Ilyas Nizar Baloch

Shaheed Ilyas Nizar Baloch

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January 4, 2016 · 3:00 pm

Sept 2: Mir Ghulam Mohammed Shahwani

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September 1, 2015 · 3:25 pm