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Bugti want to negotiate with Pakistan Army

Nawab Bugti gave interview to Azadi Where he is interested to negotiate with Army. He is saying,  "W e are po litical people. Our doors for negotiations is never close. We are ready to talk. We don't t have any demand. We want to Know what the military leaders want from us". سیاسی لوگ ہیں مذاکرات کے دروازے کبھی بند نہیں کیے،براہمداغ بگٹی مانیٹرنگ ڈیسک |  وقتِ اشاعت :   December 27th, 2016 کوئٹہ: بی آرپی کے سربراہ نوابزادہ براہمداغ بگٹی کا کہنا ہے کہ ہم انتہا پسند نہیں سیاسی لوگ ہیں کبھی مذاکرات کو مسترد نہیں کیا، ہمارا کوئی ڈیمانڈ نہیں فوجی قیادت بتائے کہ ان کو کیا چاہیے، مشرف سے لیکر اب تک بلوچستان میں آپریشن جاری ہے۔ ان خیالات کااظہار نوابزادہ براہمداغ بگٹی نے غیرملکی خبررساں ادارے کو ایک انٹرویو کے دوران کیا۔ نوابزادہ براہمداغ بگٹی نے کہاکہ فوج اور حکومتی نمائندے ہر وقت دعوے کرتے ہیں کہ عوام ہمارے ساتھ ہے جبکہ ہمارے ساتھ چند مٹی بھر عناصر ہیں۔ انہوں نے کہاکہ مذاکرات مائنڈ سیٹ پر انحصار کرتا ہے فی الوقت مجھے زمینی ح

Water resource management in Balochistan MOHIUDDIN AAZIM AWARENESS about efficient use of water is growing among farmers and orchard owners in Balochistan, while the government and multilateral lending agencies are focusing on water resource development. Farmers in Balochistan rely on several ways, in varying degrees, of getting water for their cropland and orchards. And in a few areas they have started making the most of available water supplies, officials and farmers say. For example in low-lying districts like Lasbela and Khuzdar, some crop farmers are now using solar-power generators to extract water from open wells. Besides, one can see the water-efficient tunnel farms of vegetables now coming up a bit faster and drip water irrigation for crop fields is gaining popularity, according to officials of the provincial agriculture department. In Pishin, Qila Saifullah and other fruit producing districts a number of orchard owners now prefer micro

Refugee praised as 'inspirational' by BBC deemed inadmissible to Canada Refugee praised as 'inspirational' by BBC deemed inadmissible to Canada An activist praised for her “campaigns for independence for Balochistan” from Pakistan has had her asylum hearing suspended by Canadian border-enforcement authorities. Karima Mehrab was recognized by the BBC for her “campaigns for independence for Balochistan,” a formerly sovereign state that was seized by Pakistan in 1948.  (NICHOLAS KEUNG / TORONTO STAR)   By  NICHOLAS KEUNG Immigration reporter Mon., Dec. 26, 2016 A refugee named by the BBC as one of the world’s 100 most “inspirational and influential” women in 2016 has had her asylum claim suspended by Ottawa because of her activism. Karima Mehrab was  recognized by the British Broadcasting Corporation  for her “campaigns for independence for Balochistan,” an area that had been under the British rule until 1947 and was