Tag: Baloch

Will Chinese negotiations with Baloch militants help CPEC security?

News Analysis | China has been negotiating with Baloch militants for above five years to secure its $60 billion investment in the infrastructure development project...

Chinese demands to Malaysia highlight China’s growing challenges!

James M. Dorsey |  A Chinese demand for the extradition of 11 Uyghurs from Malaysia puts the spotlight on China’s roll-out of one of the...

Chinese Ambassador: Baloch militants are “not true Pakistanis” if they work...

News Analysis | The Chinese Ambassador to Pakistan Yao Jing, while giving an exclusive interview to BBC Urdu on 2nd February, claimed that the Baloch...

Kulbhushan pops up as India-Pakistan spar at the UN

News Analysis | At a high-level Security Council meeting, Pakistan has raised the case of Kulbhushan Jadhav, the RAW officer apprehended by Pakistan on its...

Mama Qadeer on Indian TV Channel says Pakistan is lying over...

News Analysis | Abdul Qadeer Baloch, a Baloch human rights activist, yesterday, on an Indian News channel, CNN-News 18, claimed that Jadhav was a businessman,...

Will India grant political asylum to Brahumdagh Bugti?

News Analysis | Leader of the proscribed Baloch Republican Party (BRP), Brahumdagh Bugti was dealt a severe blow when the Swiss government rejected his request...

India’s dirty war inside Pakistan

Asif Haroon Raja | When Pakistan came into being on August 14, 1947, under the sagacious leadership of Quaid e Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, Indian...

Can military rule save Pakistan now?

Mudassir Saeed Laghari | Recently, former military dictator Pervaiz Musharraf made headlines. In an interview with BBC on Aug 2, he lauded the rules of...

Pakistan’s road to national integration: What is the right approach?

Abdul Rahim | Pakistan is a unique country on the map of the world. Since its inception in 1947, the politics of maligning nationalists with...

Supporting Baloch insurgency: Where are Indian “high moral grounds”?

Tayyaba Sattar | New Delhi and Islamabad are once again at each other’s throat as tensions between the two continue to escalate. India is finding...

Raad-ul-Fasaad Yes; but Raad-ul-Pakhtun No

Abdul Rahim| Why does Punjab look down on the rest of the provinces? Is it natural or due to Punjab’s aristocratic behavior? Why do Baloch separatists...

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