Opinion

 The recent debate on Baloch Women’s Representation on Women’s Day in Pakistan

By: Feroz Jamali Just before starting first chapter of Orientalism, Edward W. Saeed quotes Karl Marx, a Western political philosopher (my favorite too) with perhaps the most influence and impact upon the progressive anti-colonial, anti-imperial movements in the Orient/Colonized world, but a native European nonetheless:  “They cannot represent themselves; they must be represented.” -Marx, 18th Brumaire of Louis Bonaparte. Although ...

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The dilemma of political parties and democratic process in Pakistan

By: Saad Dehwar Baloch It is often said that, political parties are the main bricks of democracies in any modern society, through which societies can protect their social, cultural, civil, economic rights. Politics is often described as an art— which is the key to coping up existing problems faced by any society. It also shapes the behavior of a society ...

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Poverty-Stricken People and The Coronavirus

By Muhammad Hussain  Currently the world is engaged in combating a pandemic issue. The pandemic is a type of infection caused by an n-Covid19, specifically known as the Corona Virus. The first case of this disease was reported to be confirmed in the Wahan city of China. Overtimes, it has promptly dissipated and affected the entire world. The virus in ...

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Coronavirus: People Want Restoration of Mobile Internet in Balochistan

By: Aziz Ejaz All the cases of coronavirus in Balochistan have been reported in the pilgrims, who recently came from Iran after performing their religious rituals. Despite these cases, there isn’t any case that got reported in the public, but amidst the insufficient and alarming strategies, it is feared that there can be a rapid increase and will spread among ...

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Women March 2020

By:Seema There are various explanations that justifies the importance of Women March, which globally aims to advocate human rights, including the most important right, which is the right to equal and quality education, political power, reproductive health, freedom and healthy environment that both male and female need to have. But after the backlash against the Women March 2019 and since ...

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Balochabad and Female Education

By: Nadil Baloch Films have been produced to represent the social, political, economic, health and educational problems, family and religious conflicts in the world. World had experienced numerous social changes and a number films have been made on these social changes, thereafter, impacts of films on social life of the society. Films are the easiest way of discriminating the message ...

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Provincialism: A serious curse to Pakistan’s integrity

By: Mehlab Kashani Pakistan, a dream land of every Muslim in subcontinent; a land of freedom; a piece of earth whose basic foundation was laid into three principles Unity, Discipline and Faith, today is among those countries where these three principals are sporadically found. A country where people dreamt of living with fraternity, today has the rate of terrorism on ...

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In the name of honor

By : Abdul Rasool Syed Woefully speaking, women in our country are subjected to various kinds of abuse and persecution. Rape, domestic violence, forced marriage, Acid attacks and honor killing are the most common injustices that a Pakistani woman has to undergo in our patriarchal society. Of all these crimes against the womenfolk, honor killing is the most serious one ...

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Beating the drums of war

By: Advocate Abdul Rasool syed The tension between US and Iran is escalating with each succeeding day. Drums of war have now started beating and the strategic planning to outsmart each other has taken a new and exponential momentum. Both countries seem to remain firm and unwavering on their respective stand and are not ready to step back. The ongoing ...

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Lament of a Baloch girl

By:  Gohar Hoth I have been waging a war with myself before penning down this article. A part of me wanted to share this story with Baloch. A part of me held my hand and did not allow me for writing it. I don’t know whether I have taken a right decision of sharing my thoughts or not, but I ...

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