By Dr Ali Akbar Dhakan
Since the shifting of capital from Karachi to Islamabad after costing about Rs 60 billion in sixties to Sindh, a very nascent stage of the country in the year 1960, and at a very distant place of about 1500 kms away from one corner to another corner.
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Baloch community of Bahrain mourns over the killing of Shaheed Nisar Baloch. The community has organized a condolence meeting on 8th November in Bahrain to pay tribute to slain Baloch political and social activist Shaheed Nisar Baloch. The community has expressed its solidarity to Shaheed’s family on their grave loss and strongly condemns this cowardly act.
Shaheed Nisar Baloch has lived his life for the betterment of the Baloch nation. His social activities against the land mafia an ethnic group in regards to Guttar Baghicha were disturbing the ruling influential ethnic group of Karachi, Sindh. It has been concluded by the community that the murder of Shaheed Nisar Baloch is a part of the Baloch nation’s genocide. Bullets and inhuman torture can not divert Baloch nation from the legacy of our Shaheed.
By Khalid Hashmani
Washington DC, November 2009 — Two separate batches of 26 female and 26 male high school (10th grade) students from the rural areas of Sindh, Balochistan, and FATA areas attended a two-week training in Northern Virginia, a suburb of Washington DC. The training was held during October and November of 2009. Their visit was made possible under a Pakistan-US Cultural program funded by US Aid.
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