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Deprived Girls Of The Resource-Rich Province

Mariyam Mohammed Suleman “I raise my voice not so that I can shout, but so that those without a voice can be heard.” Malala’s words often enlighten a hope for the deprived yet courageous girls around the world. Today, we find three different reactions on birth of a girl child around the globe; the first type of reaction is when ...

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The Great Shift of Balochistan

Mariyam Mohammed Suleman Walking on the wet sand of the West bay of Gwadar with friends on a Sunday morning in 2006, 11 year-old Sammi, as a new 6th grader, was sharing her excitement for her new class with her friends. All of a sudden she heard screams of people and saw lots of men with resentment coming out of ...

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The Role of youth in the development of Balochistan

By Mariyam Suleman Baloch “Enlighten me with the flames of my youth!” echoed a voice around the mountains of the province forming 43.6% area of the country. The voice travelled from the barren arid deserts to the 760 kilometers long coastline, from the vast plains of scattered population to the mineral rich districts and from a few urban and to ...

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Balochistan: From Political Restlessness to Extremism

Mariyam Suleman Baloch                                                                                                                   ...

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Sawat in Makran

By Muhammad Akbar Notezai Makran, which is consisted of Panjgur, Turbat and Gwadar districts of Balochistan, is the most populous division of Balochistan as compared to other divisions along with higher level of literacy rate and awareness about day-to-day issues of the province. Interestingly, the people of the mentioned division are reputed to be prodigiously talented. Panjgur has produced plethora ...

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Silencing the Baloch Malalas

By Mariyam Suleman Baloch A 16-year old girl standing in the United Nations’ headquarter, addressing hundreds of well known officials form around the world, having pledge in her voice and rationality in her words who was gunshot for only a desire which in fact is one of her fundamental rights. Today in this 21st century, every young girl has the ...

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Gwadar: The Devastating Condition of Degree College

By  Mariyam Suleman Baloch “Stepping to the bus and crossing by the barren arid sandy roadsides of my homeland, a silence of the regime I hear and by the time I reach to my college, a squandering of my talents I experience sometimes. An outrageous state of my college truly anguishes me each day. I have some aims and dreams. ...

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Attack on Hamid Mir: A Threat to Press freedom

By Mariyam Mohammed Suleman  Once I had an opportunity to visit “Newseum” the Museum of news in Washington DC. There were numerous things to explore, to know and to learn as a student but among all the other interesting objects there, one thing caught my attention “The World Press Freedom Wall”. I was mystified and confused with those colors which ...

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Barriers of Language for Balochs

By Mariyam Suleman Baloch  The last ten months hold great significance for Balochistan due to various legislation, and expansions of mega projects which mainly include projects associated with education along with health. The implementation process for these laws has not started yet but new laws are added by the members of provincial assembly. Recently, a piece of legislation related to the inclusion ...

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Chief Minister raises Fishermen’s expectations in Gwadar

By Mariyam Mohammed Suleman  The two-day visit of Gwadar this week by the Chief Minister of Balochistan Dr Adbul Malik Baloch, brought a lot of expectations for the suffering inhabitants of the region. Specifically for the fishermen who have been troubled with the issue of the illegal trawlers from Sindh for over ten years now. However the previous dictator as ...

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