baluchistan

Religion
On March 29, 2011, a day before the keenly anticipated World Cup semi-final between India and Pakistan - arch rivals both on and off the field - I visited the Gurudwara Dera Sahib in Lahore.
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The olive branch comes after 40 days of violent protests in Indian-ruled Kashmir.
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Islamist militants also regularly target civilians and the security forces, and earlier this month at least 43 commuters
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May Sabeen's soul rest in peace even as we hope that her network will continue to be inspired by her enlightened vision, and her indefatigable courage to right the wrongs in Pakistan.
Media
With the accusations about the I.S.I's involvement in another plot against a journalist, the failed assassination attempt has transformed into a major national debate in Pakistan about the army's hostile relationship with the media and desperate attempts to strangulate dissenting voices.
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Complexities start multiplying for the United States ahead of withdrawal from Afghanistan, as on one side the situation is far from favorable for Washington in Kabul while on the other relatively safe NATO supply routes from Pakistan may face a closure.
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Baluchistan is Pakistan's biggest but poorest province, where Baluch separatists are fighting a protracted insurgency to
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While sectarian violence by its very nature is discriminatory, the attackers in Quetta have gone the extra step: Buses are stopped and the Shia of Hazara ethnicity are identified, lined up and shot in cold blood.
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Pakistan is not only facing serious terrorism threats, but also a grave crisis of political leadership. The insurgent threat cannot be defeated with military force alone. Pakistan's political leaders have to demonstrate strong will and vision.
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The Pakistani state has misused billions in U.S. military aid and has used U.S. military hardware to oppress the Baloch people on a daily basis.
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It's time that Saudi Arabia antes up and empowers its women to show the world they fear not the choice of powerful women.
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Pakistani children may be enjoying the break, but most of them know exactly why they can't go to school. I sit stiff as one boy looks up from his video game to tell me the school buses might not be safe right now.
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Iran's Revolutionary Guards today vowed to take revenge after blaming Britain and the US for a suicide bombing that killed
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The US was secretly flying unmanned drones from the Shamsi airbase in Pakistan's southwestern province of Baluchistan as