January 17, 2016 · 7:50 am
Inspired by the Bolshevik revolution, we formed the group to politicise the youth and initiate campaigns against social and political injustices with the downtrodden people, especially the Baloch
By Hanif Dilmurad
Akbar Barakzai, a veteran leftist now in his eighties, remembers the golden days of the 1950s and 60s when he was a founding member of the Leningrad Circle in the Lyari neighborhood of the city.
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Filed under Interviews and Articles
Tagged as Abdul Qyum Barakzai, Baloch History, Baloch of Karachi, Bolshevik, Ghulam Muhammad Noor Din, Ishaq, Jumma Khan Baloch, Lala Faqeer Muhammad, Lala Gul Muhammad Hoth, Lala Lal Bukhsh Rind, Latif Baloch, Lyari, Mohammad Baig, Muhammad Baig, Qadir Bakhsh Mutahir, Rahim Baksh Azad, Ramzan Baloch, Sidique Baloch, Usman Brohi, Waja Akbar Barakzai, Yar Muhammad Yar, Yosuf Naskandi
August 9, 2013 · 5:29 pm
London: 28th July, 2013- In an attempt to bring to light various issues the Baloch are facing in their socio-political circumstances, Baloch Students and Youth Association (UK) (BSYA) convened a major conference entitled, ‘’The Baloch National Struggle: Past, Present and Future’’, that took place at Birkbeck University of London on 28th July, 2013. An esteemed panel of Baloch intellectuals and writers were invited to share their insights and expertise on the conference subject to help the Baloch leaders, socio-political activists and the various sections of the Baloch national struggle accurately assess the circumstances and challenges faced by the Baloch, in order to devise feasible strategies to organize themselves and achieve the objectives of their struggle.
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Tagged as BSYA UK, Dr. Inayatullah Baloch, Dr. Lakhu Luhana, Dr. M. Hossein Bor, Dr. Nadir Baloch, Dr. Naseer Dashti, London, Mir Muhammad Ali Talpur, Qamber Baloch, The Baloch National Struggle: Past Present and Future, Waja Akbar Barakzai, Waja Siddik Azaat