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Two persons more went missing in Awaran

Nov 28, 2019 (Current Balochistan) Forces disappeared two persons from Awaran district of Balochistan and shifted them to an unkown detention. According to details, on 25 november Pakistani military forces disappeared two persons from Harooni Dann and shifted them to unknown locations. The both victims were identified as Sajid S/O Qadir Bux and Parveez S/O Sadiq residents of Haroon Dann Awaran. However, victim families are protesting all over the Balochistan, besides the VBPM’s continuous protest for more than a decade in front of Quetta Press club capital of Balochistan to demand the safe release of their loved ones and in case of a criminal offence demanding the fundamental right of a fair trial for their loved ones.

Balochistan: BLF claims killing of eight Pakistani Army personnels.

Nov 28, 2019 (Current Balochistan) BLF claimed responsibilities of two differents attack on Pakistani Army in Mashkay and Awaran on Thursday. In a Statement Major Gwahram Baloch, the spokesman of Balochistan Liberation Front expressed that, Fighters of BLF killed eight Pakistani army personnels In Mashkay and Awaran where eight killed and severals were wounded. Major Gwahram said that, on 25 November fighters of BLF carried out an attack on forces central outpost in Malar Kahn Awaran, with automatic weapons where three killed and several were injured. He added that, On 27 November our Fighters carried another attack on forces outpost in Mashkay's Rendag area, At 8 O'clock with heavy weapons at least five personnels were killed and severals were injured. Major Gwahram added that, such attacks will be carried out till the independence of Balochistan.

Fourteen persons including women & children abducted by Pakistan Army.

Nov 28, 2019 (Current Balochistan) Fourteen people including women and children have been abducted by the Pakistan Army from Kech and Dera Bugti on thursday. According to details, the victims were abducted by the forces from Buleda, Kech and Uch’s Lakha Narri area of Dera Bugti and were moved to an unkown location. There were four women and children among the abducted victims. The people had their livestocks such as Camels, Goat and Etc while they were moved which were also taken into custody by the army and they were later shifted to Sui army cantonment. Some of abducted victims from Dera Bugti were identified as follow: Shahgull s/o Shah Nawaz Bugti, Shad Ali s/o Shah Dad, Meero s/o Ghabru Bugti, Phogo s/o Mazaran Bugti, Hunda s/o Jada Bugti, Naseewan s/o Zarrakh Bugti, Turkman s/o Zarrakh Bugti, Sami Khatoon w/o Zarak Bugti, Shah Meer s/o Bakht Ali Bugti, Naseebo Khatoon w/o Bakht Ali Bugti, Durr BiBi d/o Bakht Ali Bugti. Another abduction was reported in Mehnaz, B

Sexual harassment of students at Balochistan University

sangar publication Editorial This age calls the age of modern civilization, progression and enlightenment but this age women become victims the of scandals of men in this society. While we observe this circumstances, the believe becomes more strength that we have been gotten surpass from all past period in civilization and material progression. If the civilized and civilization progressions are discussed then the influence with gender today also takes us era of barbarism. Nowhere doesn’t like that the laws of sexual harassment haven’t been made, not only every country rather in world the all nation’s organization (United Nations), based on civil rights act announced laws in 1664 about especially the women to are victims the sexual harassment. So five years ago United Nations developed the laws and once again we see that after creation the laws also such inhuman actions are being continuously occurred aggravatingly. In this civilized era where the women as get equality like to the me

Balochistan seeks partnership with foreign companies

Updated Nov 28, 2019 08:36am MUHAMMAD AKBAR NOTEZAI QUETTA: The Baloch­istan government on Wednesday expressed its desire to partner up with private companies for investment in the province. In a meeting with MRDL Saindak President Wang Jicheng and Chairman HeXuping in Quetta, Chief Minister Balochistan Jam Kamal Khan Alyani said: "We are committed to inking agreements with private firms by leading bilateral matters in a conducive way as many international mining companies have been showing interest to do business with the provincial government." Furthermore, expansion of the Saindak project was discussed. He also briefed the Chinese regarding provincial Mineral Policy 2019, saying it would help foreign companies in knowing the clear stance of provincial government. He reiterated provincial partnership in all mineral, oil and gas projects in Baloc­h­istan. Published in Dawn, November 28th, 2019

Busting the myth of China’s New Silk Roads

NOVEMBER 27, 2019 Conceptual image of Venetian explorer Marco Polo’s fabled journey to China. Image: Facebook Beijing draws on flawed history and appropriates modern misnomers to soft sell its Belt and Road Initiative ByBERTIL LINTNER, CHIANG MAI If China’s state media and other propaganda organs are to be believed, Xi Jinping’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) is reopening ancient trade routes around the world once known as the “Silk Roads.” Indeed, the state-owned investment arm overseeing a range of the US$1 trillion BRI’s trade-promoting infrastructure projects is known as the “Silk Road Fund.” The historical term conjures images of desert caravans of silk and other traders crossing from China through Central Asia and on to European markets. It also evokes the travels of 13th century Venetian adventurer merchant Marco Polo, who was among the first European traders to arrive in China and whose reports on his peregrination exoticized China and its silken wares. BRI’s public rel

China versus the US model of doing business — and CPEC

By  durdana najam  Nov.28,2019 China's model of economy is better than the darkness Pakistan lived with for more than 50 years of US-Pak relations US Assistant Secretary of State for South Asia Alice Wells’ special talk on the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) with a focus on the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) at the Woodrow Wilson Center has generated discussion on the issue of who is a better friend of Pakistan — the US or China. Another streak of discussion hovered around the pinch the US has been feeling on seeing its sphere of influence in Asia shrinking, because of China’s ability to garner support and interest of regional countries in joining the BRI. Yet another part of the discussion is hitched to the fear the US shares with India about Pakistan becoming independent economically that could make it difficult for the former to have Pakistan toe its line for the fulfillment of geostrategic ambitions. Last but not the least, the discussion focussed the US and India’

Pakistan Is New Frontline In Chinese, U.S. Rivalry

November 27, 2019 Abubakar Siddique FILE: Pakistani soldiers stand guard at the port of Gwadar in the southwestern province of Balochistan. Pakistan has emerged as the new front for the global rivalry between the United States and China as the two powers jostle to shape the 21st century. Chinese officials have angrily reacted to the criticism of their multibillion-dollar infrastructure and energy investments, collectively called the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), by a senior U.S. diplomat last week. “They are a mere repetition of old slanders against China,” Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Geng Shuang told journalists on November 25. His remarks followed blazing criticism of CPEC, a flagship project of Beijing’s global Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), by Alice Wells, acting assistant secretary of state for South and Central Asian affairs. “Together with non-CPEC Chinese debts payments, China is going to take a growing toll on the Pakistan economy,” she told a think

Balochistan University bans all political activities inside campus and students Organizations condemns.

Balochistan University bans all political activities inside campus and students Organizations condemns. Nov 28'2019 (Current Balochistan) Balochistan University has banned all political activities inside campus on Tuesday. According to details: As the simmering video scandals surfaced from Balochistan’s University and University of Balochistan has banned political gatherings and activities inside the varsity campus. The notification came days before the #StduentsSolidarityMarch to be held on November 29 to protest against a sexual harassment scandal and military presence on the campus. According to notification issued from Governor Secretariat on Tuesday which has triggered a new debate in the Balochistan. According to the notification, Banned has been imposed in Balochistan University to prevent interruption of teaching process. The notification has also directed the university administration and security officials to fully implement the banned. Meanwhile, before some mont


sangar publication - 28 Nov, 2019 at 8:11 am Sangar News BLF Activities Published by “Ashoob” from the statements of BLF spokesperson Gwahram Baloch issued in Electronic and Print Media. During the month of October 2019, (11) attacks were carried out on Pakistani forces. More than (15) soldiers were killed and more than a dozen injured. Brave martyr of Balochistan On October 3, 2019, Pakistani state agencies abducted Ali Akbar with the help of local informers, and on October 5, his body was dumped. Ali Akbar, a resident of Mand Hozai, was picked up near his house and tortured to death. 01 October 2018 – Attacked Pakistani military check-post with Sniper rifle, heavy weapons and rocket launchers in Mand area of district Kech, Balochistan. 5 military personnel were killed and several injured 04 October 2018 – Attacked Pakistan military check-post with heavy weapons in Bullu area of Mand, district Kech Balochistan and inflicted heavy causalities to the occupying forces. BLF Sn

Pakistan's Retired Army General appointed as CPEC Authority chairperson

Retired Pak Army General Asim Saleem Bajwa appointed as CPEC authority chairperson. The project will connect China 's Xinjiang with Pakistan 's Gwadar Port. Tanima Ray Updated On: November 27, 2019 16:48 IST Lt-Gen (retd) Asim Saleem Bajwa has been appointed as the first chairman of the newly-established China-Pakistan Economic Corridor Authority by the Pakistan government on November 27. The move comes with an aim to ensure timely completion of the multi-billion dollar projects which includes a planned network of roads, railways and energy projects linking China's resource-rich Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region with Pakistan's strategic Gwadar Port on the Arabian Sea. Chinese President Xi Jinping launched the project in 2015 during his visit to Islamabad. As per reports, a whopping $60 billion has been invested in different projects of development in Pakistan. The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor Authority comes under Pakistan's planning and development minis

Missing person released in Kech.

Nov 27, 2019 (Current Balochistan) A Baloch missing person has been released in kech District of Balochistan on Wednesday. According to details, a Baloch missing person has been released from detention of security forces. According to sources, Shahdad S/o Gux Bux was abducted on 25 October 2018 from his hometwon Malant, Tump.. He was released on Wednesday in Turbat, Kech and returned to his home. According to local reports, while few dozen people have returned homes in last couple of months, others have gone missing.

Students of Agriculture College Quetta staged a sit-in protest against lack of facilities.

Students of Agriculture College Quetta staged a sit-in protest against lack of facilities. Nov 28, 2019 (Current Balochistan) Quetta Agriculture College student protest over lack of basic facilities in Abdul Staar Edhi Chowk area of Quetta Capital of Balochistan on Wednesday. According to details, students of Agriculture College of Quetta blocked traffic at Abdul Staar Edhi road and staged sit-in to protest against 16 hour long load-shedding, lack of facilities in college. A number of students participated in the sit-in chanted slogans against the administration of college and provincial government. “We are deprived from every basic facility we face 16 hours electricity load-shedding and no internet available as well. We have been forced to come on roads to protest for our rights,” A student said during the protest. Students said that college students government neglected the students of college during lap top distribution as well. “We receive 1500 rupees as per the scholarship,

BSO is a national institution and its services will always be remembered in the history: Dr Allah Nazar.

BSO is a national institution and its services will always be remembered in the history: Dr Allah Nazar. (Current Balochistan) Dr. Allah Nazar, the pro-independence Baloch leader, congratulated the leaders of the Baloch Student Organization (BSO) on the 52nd anniversary of its formation. He said, “I feel proud that I started my political journey from the platform of BSO. Ideologically, BSO has trained thousands of Baloch for the national struggle. BSO is one of the most important and key pillars of the Baloch nation.” Dr. Allah Nazar termed BSO as an institution of the Baloch nation and added, “BSO is a national institution and its services will always be remembered in the history of the Baloch nation.” The Baloch leader maintained, “BSO has played a vital role in guiding the Baloch national struggle into the right path and direction. With the support of the nation and the consistent struggle and sacrifices of Baloch students, BSO has been guiding the Baloch nation for more than a

Fareeda Baloch calls for a Demonstration in Quetta on eleven months of disappearance of Rashid Hussain.

Fareeda Baloch calls for a Demonstration in Quetta on eleven months of disappearance of Rashid Hussain. Nov 27, 2019 (Current Balochistan) Fareeda Baloch sister of missing Rashid Hussain calls for demonstration in front of Quetta press Club on 02 december. According to details, Sister of missing Rashid Hussain calls for demonstration in Quetta Capital city of Balochistan on 02 December on the completion of eleven years of dissperance of Rashid Hussain. She appealed to civil society and human rights activist to participate in demoralisation for her brother's save recovery. Rashid Hussain Baloch was arrested by UAE intelligence agencies from UAE on December 26, 2018. On July 3, 2019, according to Pakistani media, he was deported to Pakistan through Interpol. However, Baloch political parties including Rashid Hussein’s Faimly, have denied Pakistan’s claims, saying that Rashid Hussain was illegally deported via a private plane to Noshki city of Balochistan on June 22, 2019. Mor

Does China Want to Take Over the World? Part Two: The Belt and Road Initiative

November 27, 2019 23:12, Last Updated: November 27, 2019 23:13 By Simone Gao , NTD Narration: There are three major components to  China ’s global ambitions: The  Belt and Road  Initiative, 5G, and the South China Sea. Simone Gao: I mean in the history of the world, very few power or no power has been able to dominate both land and sea, you know, at the same time. But China, through belt and road initiative is trying to do that. John Sitilides: One of the benefits of having a command economy is you can plan out what your objectives are and then order your corporations, your banks, your lending institutions, your industrial leaders to undertake the policies you need to achieve the goals under a command economy. Protect yourself against fake news. Get real news directly to your phone.  Download The Epoch Times app here . Narration: Huawei has secured 5G contracts with over 60 countries around the world, many of which are U.S. allies, despite American warnings over cybersecurity co

China's Belt and Road Initiative: Where it goes and what it's supposed to accomplish

   Economic powerhouse is investing billions of dollars in infrastructure projects around the world CBC News Posted: November 27, 2019 Last Updated: November 27, 2019 Security personnel stand guard near a "Golden Bridge on Silk Road" decoration for the Belt and Road Forum outside the China National Convention Center in Beijing earlier this year. (Jason Lee/Reuters) This story is part of a  CBC News series  exploring China's expanding influence around the world and how Canada and other countries are contending with China's power. Back in 2013, when the U.S. and many other countries were still recovering from the Great Recession, Chinese President Xi Jinping announced perhaps the most transparently ambitious foreign policy of the new century: the Belt and Road Initiative. The name is a nod to the Silk Road, the ancient network of trade routes that connected China with the Roman Empire and many societies in between. The modern version envisioned by Xi goes even

CPEC loans less than one-tenth of Pak's total debt: China responds to US

By IANS | Beijing/Islamabad | Last Updated at November 26 2019 17:55 IST    Photo: Shutterstock Refuting the US' assertions on the multi-billion-dollar  China-Pakistan Economic Corridor  (CPEC), China has claimed the debt incurred from the project stands at $4.9 billion, which is less than one-tenth of Pakistan's total debt. Beijing said it will continue to work with Pakistan for progress of the project. Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Geng Shuang said, "On US' accusations on CPEC, China and Pakistan refuted it time and again. Some in the US still use the same old script and do the same old plots. They don't stop though the show has become a complete disaster, and don't get off the stage even when booed by the audience." Deputy Director General, Information Department, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, China, Lijian Zhao posted, "Major progress has been achieved in CPEC, with early harvests reaped in 22 projects. This has significantly improv

Nine Navy Personnel dead in a accident in Ormara.

Nov 26,2019 (Current Balochistan) At least nine Navy personnel lost their lives while 29 others were injured when a coach carrying Pakistan Navy personnel and their families from Ormara to Karachi on Tuesday. According to details, Nine Navy Personnel dead and several were injured because of Bus developed a mechanical fault and fell into a deep ditch in Buzi To area. According to Assistant Commissioner Bela Jameel Baloch, 38 individuals, including Navy personnel and their families, were traveling from Ormara to Karachi. Traveling through the dangerous turns in the Buzi Top area, the coach developed a mechanical fault and fell into a deep ditch. AC Bela said that Levies forces had arrived at the site of the accident and participated in the rescue and first aid operations alongside the Pakistan Army, Pakistan Coast Guard and Navy. He said that the deceased and the injured were being shifted to PNS Darman Jah hospital in Ormara and added that further information was being collected.