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RAW using Kabul for unrest in Balochistan: Gen Zubair The Newspaper's Staff Reporter July 16, 2017 PARTICIPANTS of the 107th Midshipmen and 16th Short Service Commission course parade at the Pakistan Naval Academy PNS Rahbar on Saturday.—Online KARACHI: Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee Gen Zubair Mahmood Hayat said on Saturday Pakistan knew that Indian intelligence agency RAW was operating from Afghanistan to create unrest in Balochistan and other parts of the country. “Pakistan is fully aware of threats from hostile intelligence agencies, especially RAW. These hostile agencies are operating from Afghanistan and other locations to create unrest in Pakistan in general and Balochistan in particular. Their designs/actions to sabotage the CPEC [China-Pakistan Econo­mic Corridor] are also well known,” he said. He was speaking as the chief guest at the 107th midshipmen and 16th short service commission course commissioning parade at the Paki

Alienation factors in Balochistan Mansoor Akbar Kundi  July 16, 2017 Leave a comment Balochistan lags behind other provinces when it comes to representation in federal government, military, bureaucracy and other organisational structures of society inShare 0 The concept of alienation is as old as mankind itself. Erich Kahler, a famous sociologist once remarked that “the history of man could very well be written as a history of the alienation of man.” In wider analysis of social sciences, it is universal, indispensable, elusive and multidimensional with myths and realities. Alienation factors in a community are considered as one of the major causes of dissatisfaction, resistance and instability amongst people towards state and societal structure. The major kinds of alienation are economic, political, and socio-cultural further divided into five major categories, namely powerlessness, meaninglessness, normlessness, isolation and self-estrangeme

China only worried about CPEC,not Nawaz Sharif's future Source : Last Updated: Sat, Jul 15, 2017 19:46 hrs [India], July 15 (ANI): As the much anticipated findings of the joint investigation team (JIT) have implicated the Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his family in the Panama gate Case and his disqualification and ouster is becoming inevitable day by day, his biggest friend and ally China is not concerned about him, but only concerned about the 'One Belt, One Road (OBOR)' initiative, that includes China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) as its "flagship" project. As being widely reported in the Pakistani media, "Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's disqualification or imprisonment by the full court bench sounds like the writing on the wall for not only concealing assets, but also for failing to reveal their sources of income and presenting a fake money trail," the political situation

Balochistan: Nineteen abducted by military and seven released  by hakkpaan ,  July 15, 2017 According to reports, on 14 July 2017, early in the morning, Pakistani security forces started a military operation in Goburd area of Mand district Kech, Balochistan. During the operation, security forces abducted, Abdul Qadir Shay Rasul Bakhsh, Majid Abdul Qadir, Irfan Anwar Raza, Wahab Karim Bakhsh, Muhktar Ali, Hakim Majeed, Jalal Khan Rehmat, Razzaq Jalal Khan, Maqbol Samad, Mohammad Bakhsh Karim Bakhsh, Shay Nizar Mohammad, Master Rafiq and Waheed Shay Nizar Mohammad. Majid Abdul Qadir Wahab Karim Bakhsh Hakeem Majeed Mohammad Bakhsh Karim Bakhsh Later, Mohammad Bakhsh Karim Bakhsh, Abdul Qadir Shay Rasul Bakhsh, Shay Nizar Mohammad and Master Rafiq were released but the others are still missing. On 13 July 2017, Pakistani security forces started a military operation in Gomazi area of Tump district Kech, Balochistan. Security forces abducted Niaz Dost Mohammad

Baloch Martyrs day


(Daily Sangar)  BLF is striving for a free Balochistan since its inception The core reason for the establishment of the organization has always been to reinstate the separate Baloch identity and regain motherland's sovereignty from the occupier Pakistan.With the founding of the organization, BLF along with armed struggle, began to create political and ideological awareness to Baloch nation and has endeavored to bring Baloch people from all walks of life together to join the armed struggle, so that the masses consciously, politically and ideologically get involved in the resistance. Because, the struggle for independence is impossible without the participation of masses. On the fundamental principle of freedom of occupied Balochistan, BLF is educating the Baloch nation to be ideologically and politically aware. Ideologically motivated BLF fighters, along with armed resistance, expanding the struggle with political awareness across Balochistan. Baloch nation is destroying occupy

China concerned about Pakistan's corruption affecting CPEC Updated: Jul 15, 2017 09:23 IST        Brussels [Belgium], July 15 (ANI): China is concerned about the impact of Pakistan's rampant corruption on the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), according to a leading European expert on South Asian affairs. Dr. Siegfried O. Wolf, a senior researcher at the South Asia Institute of Heidelberg University and Director of Research at South Asia Democratic Forum, a Brussels-based think tank, told ANI in an exclusive interview that endemic corruption in the civilian and the military establishment in Pakistan and the flourishing culture of impunity for criminal activities in that country if not stopped, would severely affect the smooth and effective functioning of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) projects. Dr. Wolf said, "One has to be aware that if the country would have more transparency and accountability in