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Historical relationship between Kurd and Baloch.

      The Kurds are the ethnical group living in a region known as Kurdistan which is divided into Iraq, Syria, Turkey and Iran. They  are struggling for an independent region since decades and they are famous for their female guerrilla fighters.         On 25 September 2017, the referendum for an independent Kurdish region  was held in Iraq with a turn out of 72 %.    On this important occasion, the historical relation between Kurd and Baloch people is worth discussing.        When it comes to history, every nation tends to find its roots and origin. Same goes with the Baloch people. The Baloch people are always curious  about  finding their roots in history. Even if you  talk to a shepherd in Balochistan, he will be curious to talk about his  tribal or ethnical roots.       The Balochs have always conveyed the history to the next generations in different mediums like poems etc. No Baloch before 20th century had written books on  history  or origin of the Baloch nation .        

Hind Baloch Forum: Agra event

Baloch youth urged to follow in footsteps of Bizenjo Saleem Shahid October 23, 2017 QUETTA: National Par­ty President Mir Hasil Khan Bizenjo and Balochistan Chief Minister Nawab Sanaullah Khan Zehri have urged the Baloch youth to become part of mainstream politics and take part in dialogue to protect rights of the people of Balochistan as this was the only way to resolve all problems being faced by the province. Speaking at a public meeting organised in connection with the birth centenary of veteran nationalist/leftist leader Mir Ghous Bakhsh Bizenjo at Shahwani Stadium in Sariab area here on Sunday, they said that Mir Bizenjo was the name of a philosophy who always believed in peaceful political struggle to achieve rights for the people of the province. Hasil Bizenjo said that issues the province was facing could be resolved only by adopting the philosophy of late Mir Bizenjo. He said that National Party believed in democracy and supremacy of pa

Militancy pushed Balochistan 50 years back: Zehri By  Mohammad Zafar Published: October 23, 2017 File photo of PML-N Sardar Sanaullah Zehri. PHOTO: NNI QUETTA :  Balochistan Chief Minister Nawab Sanaullah Zehri has said he would soon announce a development package for Sariab localities, a huge underdeveloped human settlement with more than a million population on the outskirts of the provincial capital. Addressing a public meeting organised in connection with the 28 th  death anniversary of the late Mir Ghaus Bakhsh Bizenjo, a legendary political figure of the region, the chief minister said: “The development package for Sariab localities will range from Rs4 billion to Rs6 billion.” He said the provision of gas, electricity, wide roads, modern drainage, education and health services would be extended to the population. ADVERTISEMENT Ad Zehri deplored that the current picture depicted a devastated land of Sariab where basic amenities and

Chinese company to invest $500m in Gwadar to build homes October 20,2017 Murtaza Ali Shah Advertisement LONDON : A leading Chinese investment company here announced to invest $500 million in Gwadar in first phase of project aimed at building homes for around 500,000 incoming Chinese professionals expected in Gwadar by 2023. China Pak Investment Corporation (CPIC) announced at a press conference here the partnership with Top International Engineering Corporation (TIEC) a Chinese state owned company with over $100 Billion worth of projects delivered since 1950 to develop China Pak Hills the first Chinese built Master-Community in Gwadar. The ceremony was attended by China Pak Investment Corporation officials Jian Zheng, Chief Operations Officer, Dawei Li, Spokesperson; Stuart Reid, Chief Operations Officer of ONE Investments, architect Vladimir Tchaly; legal Consultant Moshiur Mian and Syed Zeeshaan Shah, the Chief Executive Office of ONE Inve