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BNC condemn kidnapping of Wife and Kid of Dr.Allah Nazar

PRESS RELEASEFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEOctober 30, 2017WASHINGTON D.C— Balochistan National Congress (BNC) strongly condemn the latest kidnapping of innocent Baloch women and children by Pakistan’s military in Balochistan and demands their immediate release without being harmed. We ask the world community and human rights organizations to take notice of these serious human right violations and enforced disappearances taking place in Balochistan by Pakistan’s army and security forces.“We also asks all the Baloch militant groups to end their ill-advised suicidal skirmishes, lay down their arms and end their violence and terrorism in Balochistan and use only peaceful means of struggle to secure Balochistan for Baloch people, as these ill-advised and suicidal skirmishes have not produced any positive results but have helped only the Pakistani occupying forces to strengthen their grip and control over Balochistan, arrest, kill and disappear more innocent Baloch citizens with full impunity and i…

Dr.Allah Nazar wife and Daughter abducted

SIR SYED AND INDIA’S ISLAMIC SURGERY

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COLUMNISTS

Tuesday, 31 October 2017 | Sandhya Jain | in Edit
Those celebrating Sir Syed Ahmad Khan must realise they are feting the lack of agency of the Muslim world and its continuing subordinationRecently, Sir Syed Ahmad Khan, founder of Aligarh Muslim University (Mohammedan Anglo-Oriental College), received fulsome tributes on his 200th birth anniversary. Khan was a devotee of British rule even before the Mutiny (1857) forced the Crown to directly administer its Indian territories, hitherto held in trust by the East India Company, and make plans to safeguard its empire in India.Civil servant AO Hume created the Indian National Congress in 1885 to control the intellectual energies of a rising class of educated Indians. Some years later, the Muslim League was nudged into existence to trigger Muslim separatism and contain the Hindu majority.Having successfully used political Islam as a tool to instigate…

Pakistani forces abduct wife of Dr. Allah Nazar

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October 30, 2017

Pakistani security forces have “abducted” wife of famous Baloch leader Dr Allah Nazar.Dr. Nazar heads pro-independence armed organisation Baloch Liberation Front.Dr. Nazar’s wife, Fazeela and their adopted daughter Popal Jan were abducted by Pakistani state forces today from Sariab road Quetta.The other women and children taken away by Pakistani forces include Bibi Salma and Salma’s 18 months old son Irfan, Ayal and Ayal’s two year old daughter Zaheerag and Guar Jan.According to a statement released by Baloch National Movement (BNM), Fazeela Baloch was in Quetta for treatment after a botched backbone operation. Fazeela had received injuries in past after Pakistani security forces bombarded their village in Mashkay.Fazeela Baloch was also diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) after the incident in Mashkay.BNM in their statement said that Pakistani forces are violatin…

Half million Chinese to take Gwadar by 2023: Report

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October 30, 2017, 3:40 PM IST Ahmar Mustikhanin Balochistan Insight|EconomyWorld| TOIAlarm bells are ringing for the Baloch of Balochistan that their historic land may soon be taken over by the Chinese: nearly six times more Chinese will live in Gwadar town by year 2023 as there are Baloch in Gwadar today, a new report has bared.According to the report in The News International last week, the China Pak Investment Corporation (CPIC) announced a mega housing project called China Pak Hills at a press conference in London. The chief executive officer of CPIC, Jian Zheng,  announced plans to invest $500 million in first phase of the controversial housing project called China Pak Hills to house around half million Chinese professionals by 2023. The unprecedented development project will span over 10 million square feet across three phases. Jian Zheng said the CPIC has joined ha…

Pakistan Army Motor Rally attacked in Balochistan

(Daily Sangar)A Pakistani Army organised motor rally to mark “peace” in the country comes under heavy attack by baloch fredoom fighter in Balochistan.The rally was attacked on Monday morning in Aasank near Balgithar in Turbat District.There are reports of causalities, however, full details are yet to come.Rockets and other heavy weaponry were used in the attack, reported the local sangar correspondent.According to sangar correspondent, Gunship helicopters deployed for the security of the motor rally have been shelling nearby mountains since the attack.The local administration has also confirmed that an attack has taken place.The ‘peace rally’, which kicked off in Khunjerab on Oct 21, was supposed to end in Gwadar on Oct 31.Aimed at marking the 70th year of the country’s independence and promote tourism and national cultural heritage, the rally is held under the auspices of the Pakistan Army, the Dawn news reported.Analysts believe the main reason motor rally passed through Balochistan…

How to Make Proxy War Succeed in Baluchistan

By Dr Amarjit SinghIssue:  Net Edition    | Date : 20 Dec , 2014For decades, Pakistan has engaged in a proxy war against India.  Much of that proxy war has been secretive, while many of those secrets have been exposed.  At other times, Pakistan has made threats of taking war deep inside Indian territory, and Hamid Gul has openly voiced the disintegration of India.  Pakistan’s proxy wars have extended from J&K and Punjab to the Northeast regions and the Maoist belt.  Pakistani assistance for the Indian mujahedeen and homegrown Indian terrorists has arrived by way of Nepal, Burma, Bangladesh, infiltration across the LOC in J&K, and infiltration of the Punjab and Rajasthan borders. The smuggling of narcotics into Punjab is accompanied by small arms quickly stockpiled in sleeper cells and mosques across India.  Pakistan is playing towards an endgame; in contrast, India reacts in knee-jerk fashion, rather than catching Pakistani action before the effect, and finds its own plays in …

How to Make Proxy War Succeed in Baluchistan

By Dr Amarjit SinghIssue:  Net Edition    | Date : 20 Dec , 2014For decades, Pakistan has engaged in a proxy war against India.  Much of that proxy war has been secretive, while many of those secrets have been exposed.  At other times, Pakistan has made threats of taking war deep inside Indian territory, and Hamid Gul has openly voiced the disintegration of India.  Pakistan’s proxy wars have extended from J&K and Punjab to the Northeast regions and the Maoist belt.  Pakistani assistance for the Indian mujahedeen and homegrown Indian terrorists has arrived by way of Nepal, Burma, Bangladesh, infiltration across the LOC in J&K, and infiltration of the Punjab and Rajasthan borders. The smuggling of narcotics into Punjab is accompanied by small arms quickly stockpiled in sleeper cells and mosques across India.  Pakistan is playing towards an endgame; in contrast, India reacts in knee-jerk fashion, rather than catching Pakistani action before the effect, and finds its own plays in …

The Twists and Turns along China’s Belt and Road

e Twists and Turns along China’s Belt and Road30/10/2017Michael KovrigEconomyImage courtesy of Pilar Rubio Remiro/Flickr. (CC BY 2.0)This article was originally published by International Crisis Group on 2 October 2017.“The project of the century” is how Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi touted the Belt and Road Initiative to the world when addressing the UN General Assembly on 21 September. It was only the latest in a series of pronouncements and events, including a Belt and Road Forum in Beijing in May and the ninth BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) summit in Xiamen in early September, choreographed to position China at the vanguard of a new stage of globalisation. Step by step, China is demonstrating that the Belt and Road is now the guiding framework for its international economic statecraft.Formally launched in 2013, the vision combines a Silk Road Economic Belt along the ancient Eurasian routes, a 21st Century Maritime Silk Road through the South China Sea and…