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Naela Quadri at FINS event in Mumbai

Azad Balochistan eBook launched by Seshadri Chari, BJP at  an  event organized by Federation of Integrated National Security FINS in Mumbai. Prof. Naela Quadri Baloch and Mr.Mazdak Dilshad Baloch attended the event. Download Free eBook Balochistan consists of the south west of Pakistan. In the west it borders with Afghanistan and Iran and in the south it has the Arabian Sea. It accounts for nearly half the land mass of Pakistan and only 3.6% of its total population. The province is immensely rich in natural resources, including oil, gas, copper and gold. Despite these huge deposits of mineral wealth, the area is one of the poorest regions of Pakistan. A vast majority of its population lives in deplorable housing conditions where they don’t have access to electricity or clean drinking water.

Federal Solution in South Asia, Particularly in Pakistan And Question of Baloch Nationalism in the Region

The Experiences of the Nationality Question and its Federal Solution in South Asia, Particularly in Pakistan And Question of Baloch Nationalism in the Region 1. The Question of Nationalities in South Asia: 2. The Question of Nationalities in Pakistan: 3. Baloch National Question in P.I.A (Pakistan, Iran, Afghanistan): 4. Baloch National Question in Pakistan: 5. Baloch National Question in Iran: 6. Baloch National Question in Afghanistan: 7. Viability of Baloch National state: 8. Conclusion: The Question of Nationalities in South Asia Before 18th and 19th centuries, states or territories under one administration were not delineated by nationality. It was only at the end of 18th century that, for the first time civilization was considered to be determined by nationality. In the second half of the 19th century, nationalism disintegrated supranational states of the Hapsburg and the Ottoman Empire, both of which were based upon pre-national loyalties. In twentieth century Afro-Asia, “state-


The Baloch struggle for national independence has its genesis in history and culture. Fiercely independent, the Baloch has never accepted hegemony and domination either by other tribes or by organized states in any stage of history. His periodic movements, apart from many other reasons came about because he never had to contend with a subordinate status. Tribal wars and jealousies, although they had their roots in economic competition, were also due to efforts by one tribe to gain supremacy over another, which were actively resisted. The Baloch was unsettled and preferred a nomadic life because in that he felt himself truly emancipated. During the Khanate, although Balochistan theoretically was supposed to be under Afghan hegemony, for all practical purposes various Khans of Kalat never accepted the Afghan over lordship. The war between Ahmed Shah Durrani and Mir Naseer Khan was primarily a contest on the question of Afghan sovereignty over Balochistan. Traditionally, when the Baloch


This chapter will deal first with the British division of Balochistan in 1871 and then the eventual incorporation of its western part into Iran in 1928. It is a historical analysis of events, which preceded the incorporation of western Balochistan into Iran, beginning with the rise of British colonial hegemony in the region and the ensuing division of Balochistan into western and eastern halves in 1871. This is essential for a better understanding of the present Balochi national movement, which is rooted, in their anti-colonial struggle for reunification of Balochistan. In this regard, the following brief narrative is adopted largely from the official documents found in the British archives as well as the writings of British authorities involved in shaping and implementing those policies. These documents are the only major recorded sources on the internal events in Balochistan during the period between 1860 and 1928 The Anglo-Persian Policies and the Division of Balochistan Western Ba