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Sept 16: Shaheed Saleem Afshani

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September 15, 2022 · 3:15 am

Aug 25: Shaheed Asif Baloch

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August 24, 2022 · 3:04 am

Aug 15: Lal Bakhsh Rind

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August 14, 2022 · 3:00 am

Serious repercussions

Mir Mohammad Ali

In these wonderfully free times of the reign of enlightened moderation the procedure to get an exclusive interview with the General-President has been radically streamlined. All a TV channel has to do is to either request the Islamabad police to send its commandos to wreck the studios while the information minister is there or ask the goon run coalition partner of the Sindh government and of course Musharraf’s favorite to send their democracy and liberalism loving goons to bring it under small arm fire for a few hours. And Hey Presto the exclusive interview is granted.

There is no guarantee that pearls of wisdom will be showered or solutions of world problems forwarded but one thing is certain the mindset of the interviewee is duly exposed.

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Jan 15: Martyrs of Khuzdar

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January 14, 2022 · 3:00 am

Nov 07: Shaheed Nisar Hussain Baloch

A Tribute to Shaheed Nisar Hussain Baloch (Urdu)

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Sept 16: Shaheed Saleem Afshani

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September 15, 2021 · 3:10 am

Aug 25: Shaheed Asif Baloch

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August 24, 2021 · 3:00 am

Aug 15: Lal Bakhsh Rind

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August 14, 2021 · 3:00 am

Chinese consulate attack: Balochistan grouses cannot be forever ignored

Baloch anger is not against the ethnic mix, it is rooted in poverty and the systematic denial of opportunities by the Pakistani establishment.

The November 23 attack on the Chinese consulate in Karachi by Baloch separatists brought into global view, once more, the Baloch trauma. The Balochistan Liberation Army, which claimed responsibility for the attack, had warned the Chinese authorities against “exploitation of Balochistan’s mineral wealth and occupation of the Baloch territory”.

Regrettable as violence in any form is, this incident is an unfortunate reminder that Baloch complaints cannot forever be ignored. In fact, the constant refrain through Pakistan’s 70-year history is this: Balochistan appears to be on the boil again.

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