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Naela Quadri in Kerala

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Aali Bugti has official patronage

ISLAMABAD: Nawab Akbar Bugti’s young grandson Aali Bugti, who recently staged an abrupt comeback in Dera Bugti, marking the revival of the return of the possible hold of the clan on the area, has the official patronage and acquiescence, it is learnt. “Aali Bugti did not suddenly emerge on the murky Balochistan horizon without an understanding with the powers that matter,” an informed source told The News on condition of anonymity. He said that allowing, rather facilitating, Aali’s return to Dera Bugti was a potent effort of influential circles to tackle Brahamdagh Bugti, who is charged with commanding terrorist activities in Balochistan from Afghanistan and openly speaking and working against the integrity of Pakistan. Brahamdagh does not hide his plan and actions. Officials say that after constant battering from all around over the growing sense of alienation in Balochistan, powerful quarters that have been in contact with Aali Bugti decided that he returns to Dera Bugti to mark h

Balochistan: In no hurry to set up 'government in exile', says Naela Quadri Kannur (Kerala):  As part of drumming up support for setting up a 'government in exile', Baloch International Women's Forum leader Naela Quadri Baloch has said they were in no hurry for it. Baloch, who arrived in Kerala on Tuesday night as part of her effort at garnering support across the country, will speak on Wednesday at a public meeting in Thalassery near here. The meeting is being organised under the aegis of 'Brennen Vibrant', an organisation of the old activists of the RSS's students wing Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad at Brennen College in Thalassery. "Our goal is to set up a government in exile and we are in no hurry for that. We all know that it's a long way ahead and we are now laying the foundation for it," she said. "What has come as a joy for us is that the people of Varanasi have extended their support to u

Nearly 1,000 bodies of activists, separatists found in Balochistan: Pak govt figures In this file photo from September 2016, Mazdak Dilshad Baloch, son of prominent author-activist Naela Qadri Baloch and filmmaker Mir Ghulam Mustafa Raisaini who lives in Canada in exile, climbs during a protest against Pakistan near Pakistani Embassy against human rights violation in Balochistan. (HT Photo) Updated: Dec 29, 2016 09:47 IST By Rezaul Hasan Laskar, Hindustan Times, New Delhi Nearly 1,000 bodies of political activists and suspected separatists have been found in the restive Balochistan province over the past six years, according to the Pakistan government’s official figures. Most of the bodies were dumped in the regions of Quetta, Qalat, Khuzdar and Makran, areas where Balochistan’s separatist insurgency has its roots, BBC Urdu reported citing figures from the federal human rights ministry. “According to the Feder

Naela Quadri in Talesserey, Kerala

Initial pictures of Prof.Naela Quadri