Opinion

Nazism And Contemporary Democracy: Two Names Same Ideology

Haroon Shah David Irving, the writer of Hitler’s Wars, faced deportation from Australia because he tried to counter the mainstream narrative: Hitler, authoritarian and anti-Semitic, was the sole architect behind the pogroms and carnages targeted against Jews, named Holocaust. He denied this. It must be noted that it was the democratic setup of governmental system in Australia that manifested that ...

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Analysis Of Education In Balochistan

Aimal Salang As a Japanese scholar said; “If you want to keep a nation into the darkness of ignorance, then snatch the right of education from that nation.” It will be foolish to talk about education without defining it, which is unclear in Balochistan and people remain confused without knowing the purpose of education. Alongside, a serious question needs to ...

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The CPEC Controversy

Adnan Aamir On May 16, an all-parties conference (APC) was conducted under the auspices of the Awami National Party in Quetta. All the major political parties of Balochistan and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa attended the conference. The participants urged the restoration of the old (original) route of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). In the same conference, participants reiterated that they appreciated the ...

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The Missing Commotion For Minority Killings

Nadir Baloch The Attack on Ismaili Shias on May 13th added another to the long list of doomed days that we seem to have even lost count of. If each such day is dedicated for the remembrance of victims, we will have nothing else but to grieve all year long. According to Asian Terrorism Portal more than 20,000 persons have ...

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Young Artists Of Balochistan

Shahjahan Baloch Art, especially fine art is the architect of harmony that human soul always desires for. It rubs the ordinary dust of the time from objects and immortalizes them. It seeks completion in the mind of the one who sees it, reads it, hears it, and understands it. It is the untold tale of centuries; it highlights what is ...

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Plight Of Air Passengers In Balochistan

Adnan Aamir The word Balochistan is synonymous with deprivation in Pakistan. There isn’t a single federal department that is not depriving Balochistan of its legitimate rights. Now, Civil Aviation Authority and Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) have also joined the ranks of the organizations that are directly responsible for deprivation in Balochistan. A huge number of citizens from Balochistan visit Middle ...

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The Apathy Of Dr Malik Baloch And His Allies

Adnan Aamir Quetta is the only metropolitan city of Balochistan. People from all around the province visit Quetta for almost everything that is not available in small towns. Passenger buses and mini-wagons are the main source of transportation for people travelling to Quetta. For the last 20 days, transporters in Quetta have been on strike due to a bus stand ...

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Kharan: Stronghold Of Problems

Abid Shaizad Once I was travelling to Punjab, my fellow passenger was talking about the performance of the Punjabi leaders. When we passed through a city, he said a General from this city has made hospitals, colleges and currently doing many social works in his city. When another city we reached again he said that a justice of Lahore High ...

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Rising Wealth and Poverty in Pakistan

Sharif NuhaaQ Baloch According to the World Ultra Wealth Report, Pakistan is home to 415 super-rich people and their assets are worth approximately $50bn. Last year, there were 310 Pakistanis in the category with assets worth $40bn. Increase in number of wealthy people in Pakistan proves that affluent people are doing really well. Apparently all this sounds good but the ...

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Lyari: Who will be the godfather? – Final Part

Author: Razzak Sarbazi Translator: Ahmed Muneeb For Part-1 of this article click here For Part-2 of this article click here For Part-3 of this article click here For Part-4 of this article click here Mullah Sultan was a man of strong nerves. He went to participate in Afghan jihad from Gul Muhammad Lane in Lyari. He joined those groups of ...

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