Government of Pakistan

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Security

The Cantonment roads and vested interests in defence lands

Background- Cantonments & Military Stations in India Cantonments derive their name from Swiss Cantons, or districts and were set up by the British in India for entirely different reasons. When the British troops arrived in India, they fell sick very often due to malaria, dysentery and other infectious and waterborne diseases. These diseases also took […]

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Hydar Ali at the Long March
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Long March of Baloch Missing Persons and Baloch National Struggle for Sovereignty!

Twenty relatives of Baloch missing persons started a 750km long march on 27th Quetta Press Club to protest the adamancy of the state policy that refuses to produce the missing persons before the courts for trails for the crimes the state failed to describe them in formal discourse what are their crimes. This long march […]

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tricolor landscape
National

What about Balochistan?

The Baloch are sitting ducks. With the sea on one side, and Iran, Afghanistan and Pakistan, they literally have nowhere to go. The world watches in horror as a steady trickle of deaths flows through the news on a daily basis. I call it “The Baloch Black” in my mind – the season’s color, except […]

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Baloch Freedom Movement and Chinese Strategic Design!

By Archen Baloch 10/012/2012 At the sacred altar of Chinese interests in Balochistan Pakistan military slaughtered more than nine prominent Baloch political workers under detention and dumped their tortured bodies on different location cross Balochistan during Chinese premier, Wen Jiabao’s three days visit to Islamabad after India on December 17, 2010. And surprisingly the state […]

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Indian regional languages distribution
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Politics & Political Commentary

Similarities and influences with Pakistan

The 10th Anniversary of 9/11 came and went and everyone has on their minds the big question of terrorism. India is no stranger to terrorism, though we started calling it so mostly post 9/11. Till then, blasts were blasts and the perpetrators were militants. Then, we found a parallel with what we suffered in what […]

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