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Baluchistan cinema was called Balochwood

Baluchistan cinema was called Balochwood but after the departure of the British and the division of the territory of Baluchistan Entered the hardline Islamist groups banned acting, singing And it became a cinematic art movement in Balochistan die slowly and the resulting lack of artistic talents to show that he is against Islamic values ​​and Avobth prison and a fine So emigrated lot of Baloch artists abroad in order to Aevkaddon talent of them went to the cinema the Indian and some of them went to the Arab cinema and forced many of them to change their identity in order to get a chance, because there are rules has Njeho in it and Asubho celebrities namely the likes of (Raj Kumar , Mahol Kumar Ghaderkhan Amjadkhan, Mansour blog etc. in the cinema and Indian there in Arab cinema Hameed Al Balushi, Juma Ali, Abdul Rahman Mohammed, Khaled Zadjali, Salah Zadjali etc .... thanks to the Baloch people's efforts art returned to Baluchistan in the seventies and appeared artist Abdulazi

Quote of the day: Jack Ma Ma said, “ In the past 30 years, companies like IBM, Cisco and Microsoft made tons of money.” The problem was how the US spent the wealth: “In the past 30 years, America has had 13 wars at a cost of US$14.2 trillion.” So what if the US “had spent part of that money on building up their infrastructure, helping white-collar and blue-collar workers? You’re supposed to spend money on your own people. It’s not that other countries steal American jobs. It is your strategy – that you did not distribute the money in a proper way.”

Missing bloggers of Pakiatan POLITICS  |  3-minute read |    23-01-2017 SHANTANU MUKHARJI   @shantanu2818        Pakistan is already plagued with a host of problems — domestic terror, a fragmented military, human rights abuses, strained relations with neighbouring Afghanistan, resentment brewing in Balochistan and PoK — keeping the establishment on its toes. In addition to all these, a new malady has struck the nation — the curious case of missing bloggers. The problem assumed monstrous proportions as  several bloggers  went missing within the first week of January. Judging by history, Pakistan has never been very tolerant towards men of letters. It was a sound and wise judgement on the part of urdu poets and academics that they chose to remain in India after the Partition. Their vision paid off and poetry flourished in a tolerant India, where even the common man remains a patron of Urdu l

Wali asks PM to ensure KP share in CPEC January 23, 2017 CHARSADDA/PESHAWAR -  Awami National Party central leader Asfandyar Wali Khan stressed upon Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to ensure due share of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa in all developmental schemes related to China-Pakistan Economic Corridor project as well as immediately merge Federally Administered Tribal Areas into the province. He was addressing at the main event held in connection with the 29th death anniversary of Abdul Ghafar Khan, also known as Bacha Khan, and 11th death anniversary of Abdul Wali Khan in Sugar Mill Ground, Charsadda. Awami National Party (ANP) Central General Secretary Mian Iftikhar Hussain, Provincial President Ameer Haider Khan Hoti, provincial leader Sardar Hussain Babak and other addressed on the occasion. Asfandyar Wali said his party rendered great sacrifices for the cause of peace. He said schools established by Bacha Khan were still educating the peopl

69 Pakistanis in detention for terrorism Jan 23, 2017 69 Pakistanis in detention for terrorism By Anas Al-Yousef JEDDAH — With the arrest of a Pakistani woman in Jeddah’s Al-Naseem district during a security operation on Saturday, the number of Pakistanis arrested for involvement in terror activities has gone up to 69. Fatima Ramadan Balochi Murad was arrested along with her Saudi husband from an apartment in Al-Naseem district by security agencies after a tip-off. Last July, a Pakistani terrorist named Abdullah Qalzar Khan blew himself up near Solaiman Fakeih Hospital in Jeddah. The security authorities arrested 49 Pakistani residents and put them under interrogation since the bombing in July. A terrorism operation attempt was also foiled last October in Jeddah. It involved two Pakistanis — Solaiman Arab Deen and Farman Naqshaband Khan. They had planned to carry out blasts in Al-Jowhara Stadium. A recent statement issued by the Interior M

Four desalination plants lying idle in Gwadar amid water shortage BEHRAM BALOCH  — UPDATED about 5 hours ago GWADAR: Despite a serious water shortage crisis in Gwadar and adjacent areas, the government has not made four desalination plants functional which have been lying abandoned for seven years. A desalination plant installed in the private sector is working successfully and is selling 100,000 gallons of drinking water to the public health engineering department daily for the supply of water to the people of Gwadar. ADVERTISEMENT Sources said that in view of a serious water shortage crisis in Gwadar, Pasni and Jewani in 2008, the provincial government had decided to install four desalination plants in Gwadar district for making sea water drinkable. The installation of plants was planned for solving the water shortage problem of the district on a permanent basis. The task for the installation of the four desalination plants was assigned to the

Gwadar can become a Shenzhen-level city in ten years,' Dostain Khan Jamaldini, Chairman, Gwadar Port Authority January 23, 2017 RECORDER REPORT 0 Comments     BR Research recently visited Gwadar to get a look and feel of CPEC projects in the famous fishing district. There we also had a detailed sit-down with Dostain Khan Jamaldini, Chairman, Gwadar Port Authority (GPA). Mr. Jamaldini started his civil services career in 1990. He has served on many top positions in Balochistan, including Secretary Finance, Secretary Energy, Secretary Religious Affairs, Joint Chief of Economics, and Chief, Planning and Development. Mr. Jamaldini has been serving as Chairman GPA since 2013. Following are edited excerpts from our extended discussion on issues related to the planning and development of the Gwadar Port and the Gwadar Free Zone: BR Research: Development of Gwadar Port has been on the policy radar since almost a quarter century. Why did it have to wait for a major bilateral investment to come back to life? Dostain Khan Jamaldini: The thinking to

China to set up refinery at Gwadar By  Webmaster  - January 23, 2017      Refinery to meet transport fuel needs on CPEC roads Shahrukh Syed Islamabad In another welcome development, China is going to build refinery at Gwadar to cater for needs of the Chinese trucks that will be moving between western part of China and Gwadar port. According to the official sources, the Chinese company will use the Russian crude oil that will be refined to produce finished petroleum products. “The products will be used in the Chinese trucks to be involved in the transportation of goods to and from Gwadar. The refinery will be not big one as it will be having the refining capacity of 45000 barrel per day.” They said that China is working here as per its own business plan. However as far as the government of Pakistan is concerned, a plan is also being carved out according to which the country will be having the deep conversion refineries and to this effect Pak-Arab Refin

Govt should link CPEC with freedom of Kashmir: Hafiz Saeed 22-Jan-17 LAHORE : Jamaat ud Dawa (JuD) Ameer Hafiz Saeed has urged the government of Pakistan to link CPEC with freedom of Kashmir. “Government should increase pressure on India to stop state terrorism through China, Russia and other countries.” he said. According to a press release, he stated this view while addressing to senior journalists and columnists. Central Leader JuD Maulana Ameer Hamza, Abul Hashim Rabbani and Muhammad Yahya Mujahid were also present on the occasion. He announced to observe ‘Kashmir Decade’ from 26th of January to 5th of February. He said, “We have decided to observe 2017 for Kashmiris. We will hold all parties conferences and seminars. Programmes and rallies will be arranged in Kashmir decade. These activities will also be performed at district level.” He also urged Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to sit in the United Nations with ministers. “They should

Balochistan, Gwadar not benefiting from CPEC: Shahzain Bugti 22-Jan-17 ISLAMABAD: Jamhoori Watan Party (JWP) central leader Shahzain Bugti stated that Balochistan and Gwadar have not taken any benefit from CPEC yet. In an interview on Sunday he said that “you visit Balochistan and you would observe the deep-rooted hatred against the centre’. He said it was clear that the inhabitants of Pakistan’ s largest, but poorest province were not at all satisfied with the federal government’s policies. While answering to a question Shahzain Bugti said that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif led government’s policies pertaining to Balochistan have changed after coming into power. He said that the Sui-gas was not available in most parts of the province and the people of Balochistan were forced to cock on open fire. The grandson of late chieftain Nawab Akbar Bugti, said, “we are against giving Pakistani nationality to Afghanis.” To a question he answered that

Learn foreign languages to reap CPEC benefits' * Punjab higher education minister says government extending scholarships to financially challenged youth of federating units to help them continue their studies arsalan haide 23-Jan-17 LAHORE:  Punjab Minister for Higher Education Syed Raza Ali Gillani has advised students to learn foreign languages to fully exploit economic opportunities in the wake of the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). Addressing a 22-member delegation of students belonging to Balochistan, Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa during an event on Sunday at the Punjab University, the minister said the CPEC would benefit Gawadar as several new educational and healthcare projects would be initiated in Balochistan to help raise the quality of life there.The 22-member delegation is on a visit to the Punjab University. The event was organised by a non-governmental organisation working for educ