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Brahumdagh blasts Pakistan media as five brothers-in-law prepare to meet

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mustikhanUncategorizedNovember 11, 2017 3 MinutesExiled Baloch nationalist leader Brahumdagh Bugti said in a statement that a meeting of “all” Baloch political leaders including Nawab Mehran Marri, Mir Javed Mengal, Nawabzada Hyrbyair Marri, Sardar Bakhtiyar Khan Domki and Waja Hammal Haider is due in near future, according to the web site of his party Baloch Republican Party.Bugti’s statement followed a news item in a Punjab-based newspaper The Daily Times that falsely claimed that the militant leaders were getting together “to fight for provincial autonomy.”Observers point out the meeting of feudal lords that is taking place in Geneva on November 18, though long overdue, is a step in the right direction and essential if the Baloch  leaders want international donors to help their cause.Bugti said that “meetings were also held in the past, but no details were made public, after co…

Brahumdagh blasts Pakistan media as five brothers-in-law prepare to meet

https://mustikhan.com/2017/11/11/brahumdagh-blasts-pakistan-media-as-five-brothers-in-law-prepare-to-meet/


mustikhanUncategorizedNovember 11, 2017 3 MinutesExiled Baloch nationalist leader Brahumdagh Bugti said in a statement that a meeting of “all” Baloch political leaders including Nawab Mehran Marri, Mir Javed Mengal, Nawabzada Hyrbyair Marri, Sardar Bakhtiyar Khan Domki and Waja Hammal Haider is due in near future, according to the web site of his party Baloch Republican Party.Bugti’s statement followed a news item in a Punjab-based newspaper The Daily Times that falsely claimed that the militant leaders were getting together “to fight for provincial autonomy.”Observers point out the meeting of feudal lords that is taking place in Geneva on November 18, though long overdue, is a step in the right direction and essential if the Baloch  leaders want international donors to help their cause.Bugti said that “meetings were also held in the past, but no details were made public, after co…

Pakistani forces abduct seven people including an elderly man and a teenage student

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Balochistan: 27 minutes agoQUETTA: Pakistani security forces have abducted at least seven people including a teenage student and a 60-year-old man from district Kech and Turbat Balochistan on Thursday.The FC (Frontier Corps) and intelligence agencies of Pakistan conducted a raid in Kech Bazar and abducted Rashid Raza son of Shakhi Dad resident of Shapuk.In Tump’s Nizarabad region Pakistan forces raided several houses and harassed women and children. Two men named Nadil son of Gull Mohammad and Ashraf son of Yousaf were abducted during this unwarranted raid.In a separate incident, Pakistan forces abducted 60-year-old Murad son of Gull Mohammad and youngster Badar son of Mohammad Saleh from Gawak area of Mand Balochistan.Badar was previously abducted by Pakistani but he was released later.Meanwhile, Pakistani forces also abducted Samiull…

Baloch Martyrs Day, Vancouver: 13th November

Baloch Community of Vancouver is organising a event to pay homage to fallen Martyrs on 13th November. The event include  protest in front of Pakistan Consulate to hilight ongoing genocide of Baloch in Balochistan by Pakistani Millitary and also community gathering. All Baloch diaspora , Canadians, Journalists are welcome to  the event . Prof.Naela Quadri Baloch , head of WBWF World Baloch Women Forum will be speaking at the event along with other organisers.

Pakistan allows wife to meet Jhadav on ‘humanitarian grounds’

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By Our CorrespondentPublished: November 10, 2017

Kulbushan Jhadav. PHOTO: AFPISLAMABAD  : Pakistan has allowed convicted Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav to meet his wife, months after a request was made by India’s Ministry of External Affairs.“The Government of Pakistan has decided to arrange a meeting of Commander Kulbhushan Jhadav with his wife, in Pakistan, purely on humanitarian grounds,” Foreign Office said in a statement on Friday.“A Note Verbale to this effect has been sent to the Indian High Commission in Islamabad, today.”ADVERTISEMENTIt is not clear what prompted Islamabad to allow Jhadav’s wife to meet him in Pakistan. There were rumours that the two countries discussed the issue in a recent meeting between Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Sawraj and the newly appointed Pakistani High Commissioner to New Delhi Sohail Mahmood.Commander Kulbushan Jhadav alias, Hussain Mubarak Patel…

Pakistan allows wife to meet Jhadav on ‘humanitarian grounds’

https://tribune.com.pk/story/1554989/1-pakistan-allows-wife-meet-jhadav-humanitarian-grounds/


By Our CorrespondentPublished: November 10, 2017

Kulbushan Jhadav. PHOTO: AFPISLAMABAD  : Pakistan has allowed convicted Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav to meet his wife, months after a request was made by India’s Ministry of External Affairs.“The Government of Pakistan has decided to arrange a meeting of Commander Kulbhushan Jhadav with his wife, in Pakistan, purely on humanitarian grounds,” Foreign Office said in a statement on Friday.“A Note Verbale to this effect has been sent to the Indian High Commission in Islamabad, today.”ADVERTISEMENTIt is not clear what prompted Islamabad to allow Jhadav’s wife to meet him in Pakistan. There were rumours that the two countries discussed the issue in a recent meeting between Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Sawraj and the newly appointed Pakistani High Commissioner to New Delhi Sohail Mahmood.Commander Kulbushan Jhadav alias, Hussain Mubarak Patel…

U.S. Afghan strategy will be governed by events in Balochistan

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by LAWRENCESELLIN, PHDNovember 10, 2017The Pentagon is spinning its wheels in Afghanistan, continuing a questionable counterinsurgency and nation-building strategy because, quite literally, it knows that it won't work, but cannot think of anything else to do. It will not succeed because the U.S. and NATO will never regain the military dominance the alliance had in the years immediately after the 2001 toppling of the Taliban government, without which negotiations can only occur from a position of weakness.The U.S. and NATO do not control the operational tempo or the supply of our troops in land-locked Afghanistan. Pakistan and Iran fuel the insurgency, while the former maintains a strangle-hold on supply convoys. Both Russia and China want us out of the region, preferably precipitated by a humiliating defeat.Raising troop levels and changing tactics on the groun…