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Baloch have been deprived of their basic rights.

 Eighty per cent of Balochistan is deprived of gas, including Gwadar. It is quite repulsive to know that the province that supplies most of the gas to the country does not have access to it. Article 158 of The Pakistan Constitution 1973 states, “* The province in which a wellhead of natural gas is situated shall have precedence over other parts of Pakistan in meeting the requirements from the wellhead.” Since *national law is not implemented, international law favours the Baloch stance,* which obviously has no relevance to Pakistan amongst other matters. The International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (1966 UN December 16) Part 1 Article 2 states, “All peoples may, for their own ends, freely dispose of their natural wealth and resources without prejudice to any obligations arising out of international economic co-operation, based upon the principle of mutual benefit, and international law. In no case may a people be deprived of its own means of subsistence.”

CPEC: Will the Baloch be victim to the Pakistani state’s deceitful tactics again? The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) has once again brought Balochistan in the limelight amongst the media and politicians. PHOTO: AFP When I refer to the Baloch, I do not make reference to Sardars and Nawabs, minsters or stakeholders, but the common   Baloch who suffers   on a daily basis as a result of Pakistan’s deplorable negligence and incapability to protect the largest and arguably, richest province of their country.  _______________________________________ 🔴▶ BalochHouse Common Baloch have no say either in Pakistani politics or in the Freedom struggle, entire spectrum is dominated by Sardars. Even the so called first middle class Baloch Government headed by Dr.Malik has 11 Sardars as ministers out of 14. This only proves that Sardars are part of the problem to genuine aspirations of common people. All Freedom struggle groups are headed by Sardar

"The claim of Pakistani National Parliament Speaker regarding Japan is bogus. Mr. Shunichi Fujiki on July 1, 2017 Bolan Times ( Japan ) :   “The recent claim of Pakistani Parliament’s speaker regarding Japan apology for inviting the Baloch politicians is a bogus claim. ” said Mr. Shunichi Fujiki Talking to the Editor Bolan Time via phone a well known Japanese Human Rights Activist said that recent claim from Ayaz Sadiq, speaker of Pakistan National Assembly that Government of Japan had officially apologized to Pakistan when Government of Pakistan approached Japanese Government regarding some Baloch separatist Speeches in Japan’s Parliament. Mr. Shunichi Fujiki , An active and famous Human Rights Activist from Japan this morning told the editor of Bolan Times that ” I believe that this claim by the Pakistani official is a “bogus claim.” There is no official visit of the Pakistani speaker of parliament to Japan as far as I know if there had been any official

India should shed ‘strategic anxiety’, join Belt and Road Initiative: Chinese media By: PTI | Beijing |Published on: July 2, 2017 5:35 pm   India boycotted BRF after sovereignty concerns over the USD 50-billion China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), which traverses through PoK. (Source: AP Photo) RELATED NEWS China road works raise security issues: IndiaChinese actions in Doklam area will have serious security implications for India: MEA India should shed its “strategic anxiety” over the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor and join the Belt and Road Initiative to become a cooperative partner and not a rival, a state-run Chinese news agency said on Sunday, amid a standoff between the two nations in the Sikkim sector. The commentary in Xinhua – India’s China-phobia Might Lead To Strategic Myopia – criticised New Delhi’s boycott of the Belt and Road Forum conference held in May and asked India to shed its “China anxiety”. India boycotte

With a 30m wingspan and 2,450km range, this surveillance plane can cover the entire South China Sea DIPLOMACY & DEFENCE Latest addition to State Oceanic Administration’s fleet will give it the scope to monitor the entire South China Sea, in all weather conditions, day or night Kristin Huang UPDATED : Sunday, 2 Jul 2017, 1:14PM  8 The launch of a new medium-to-long-range maritime reconnaissance aircraft is set take China’s surveillance capabilities to unprecedented heights, though experts have mixed views on how the aircraft will be received by the country’s neighbours. The B-5002, which went into service on June 26 at the South China Sea Branch of the State Oceanic Administration, is the largest and best-equipped plane in the administration’s surveillance fleet. China plans undersea observation system ‘for science and national security’ With a wingspan of about 30 metres and maximum range of 2,450km, it has the capacity, at least in theory, to monitor and re

Five killed in separate firing incidents in Balochistan By  Our Correspondent Published: July 2, 2017 Five killed in separate incidents. PHOTO: REUTERS QUETTA :  At least five people, including a woman, were killed in three separate incidents of firing in Balochistan on Saturday. In Tambo Tehsil of Naseerabad district, Dur Mohammad, Jan Mohammad and Nazimudin opened indiscriminate fire on Gul Jan and her two brothers Ameer Jan and Ali Nawaz Magsi. The firing led to the death of three persons, including a sister of the gunmen, in the name of honour. Balochistan: Five killed in separate road accidents ADVERTISEMENT In another incident, unidentified men fired at a vehicle which resulted in the death of 40-year-old Mohammad Shah in Murga Zai area of Zhob district. The reason of the firing was claimed to be an old enmity. Separately, unidentified assailants entered a house in Sohrab area of Kalat and opened fire on Nadir Ali who succumbed to his inj