Dr. JUMMA MARRI BALOCH
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By: Adnan Aamir

Education is arguably the single most important thing in the modern era. It’s the ultimate tool which can enable people to move up the social mobility ladder and liver better lives. As a result, inclusive and equitable quality education is one of the most talked about Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of United Nations. In that backdrop an educational emergency was imposed in Balochistan in 2013 and extra emphasis was laid on education but not anymore.

Abdul Rahim Ziaratwal, Parliamentary Leader of Pashtunkhwa Milli Awami Party (PKMAP), took charge of education ministry of Balochistan in January 2014. Since then all the gains made in first half of the tenure of the incumbent government under education emergency are being rolled back due to political interference.

Since incumbent minister has assumed power, the favourite past time of the education ministry has been to transfer the top officers in education department who do not dance to the tunes of political bosses. ... Read more »

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Indian delegation at UNHRC.

India on Thursday raised the issue of Balochistan at the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) in Geneva and urged the UN body to take a "clear-cut stance" against atrocities committed by Pakistan, adding that the people of the state are “waging for decades a bitter and brave struggle against daily abuse”.

The Indian delegation also slammed Pakistan for raking up Jammu and Kashmir at the UNHRC for propagandist purposes, reminding Islamabad of its obligation under UN resolutions to first vacate the illegal occupation of the Indian state. ... Read more »

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Balochistan is the only way out for international community...

U.S. Afghan And South Asian Policy Suffers From Strategic Stagnation

By: Lawrence Sellin
Retired Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve


President Trump is seeking what he called a "historic" 9 percent increase in military spending, even as the United States has wound down major wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and remains the world's strongest military power. Trump will ask Congress to boost Pentagon spending in the next fiscal year by $54 billion in his first budget proposal and slash the same amount from non-defense spending, including a large reduction in foreign aid, a White House budget official said. The president does not have the final say on federal spending. His plan for the military is part of a budget proposal to Congress. Although controlled by his fellow Republicans, Congress will not necessarily follow his plans. Budget negotiations with lawmakers can take months to play out. Officials familiar with Trump's budget blueprint said the defense increase would be financed partly by cuts to the State Department, Environmental Protection Agency and other non-defense programs. Trump's budget will not seek cuts in federal social programs such as Social Security and Medicare, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said. REUTERS/Alaa Al-Marjani

While Washington D.C. frets over military stalemate and troop levels, American policy in Afghanistan and South Asia is about to be overtaken by events, which potentially could render the U.S. strategically irrelevant for a generation or more.

Even the dimmest foreign policy analyst should recognize by now that the U.S. and NATO cannot succeed in Afghanistan without a significant change in the strategic environment because Pakistan controls the operational tempo of the war and the supply of our troops. ... Read more »

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By: Adnan Aamir

The 7th NFC Award, assessed on the basis of almost a decade-old reports, robs the province of its due share

After the 18th Amendment, the 7th National Finance Commission (NFC) was the second biggest achievement of the last PPP-led government.

The 7th NFC altered the revenue distribution in favour of smaller provinces and Balochistan was dubbed as the biggest beneficiary. However, what is not known is that Balochistan is still being deprived of approximately Rs28 billion annually from its share in the federal divisible pool due to technical wizardry. ... Read more »

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By: Dr. Jumma Marri Baloch

Deny the light of education make the masses blind, lead them anywhere you wish…

A university professor wrote an expressive message to his students at the doctorate, masters and bachelors levels and places it at the entrance in a university in South Africa.

This is the message:

Collapsing of any nation does not require the use of bombs or long range missiles.
It only requires lowering the quality of education and allowing the students to cheat in examinations.
Patients die in the hands of such doctors.
Justice is lost in the hands of such judges.
Money is lost in the hands of such accountants.
Buildings collapse in the hands of such engineers.
Humanity dies in the hands of such religious scholars.
The collapse of education is the collapse of a nation.

Baloch leaders’ teachers, intellectuals, society and students must think about these words, why in Balochistan cheating is allowed openly and even promoted and education is of so low standards? ... Read more »

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Noreen Leghari, a would-be Islamic State female suicide bomber, is seen in a video confession shown during a news conference by Maj. Gen. Asif Ghafoor, director general of Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR), in Rawalpindi, Pakistan, on April 17, 2017. (Faisal Mahmood/Reuters)

ISIS is on the decline in the Middle East, but its influence in Pakistan is rising

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/worldviews/wp/2017/05/05/isis-is-on-the-decline-in-the-middle-east-but-its-influence-in-pakistan-is-rising/?utm_term=.e22f8bfa3613

Comments by: Dr. Jumma Marri Baloch

We very well understand the special and deep rooted relationship between ISI created funded trained so called Afghanistan Mujahedeen’s and later from them they created Taliban’s who were very violent in their nature completely burnt down the Kabul killing thousands of innocent Afghan women and children and tortured and killed former Afghan president Dr Najibullah, from Taliban roots came Al-Qaeda and from Al-Qaeda roots came ISSI, these groups are God given gifts for Pakistani ISI who recruits such groups through thousands Madrasas throughout country specially well guarded centers in Punjab’s big cities like Lahore, Pindi, Islamabad, Multan etc and many other such groups are used for their proxy war against India and west.

Saudi and US aid money are used US armed these groups. It is not hidden fact that 80% Pakistani army are long bearded Taliban and hate the Christian world and one of the prime facts why Pakistani fund and use Afghan Talibans is to conquer central Asian Muslim states and in east they want to retake India and make their own Islamic empire. ... Read more »

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By: Dr. Jumma Marri Baloch 

Baloch are under intense cruelty today?

Today Baloch people are under intensive cruelty and crimes which we should describe in few basic categories; intentional cruelty, neglect, indulging Baloch people in constant internal wars and military aggression and economical political deprivations.

International cruelty abuse and neglect

When a government knowingly deprives a large number of people with most basic human needs like food and other basic means of survival, like clean drinking water, shelter, socialization, health, education, constant mental and maliciously tortures, kill or mutilates in large numbers. Constant military action against unarmed civilians would fall under intentional cruelty. Cases of neglect are acts of omission and gives satisfaction to the governments of Pakistan and Iran who are intentionally neglecting Baloch people and Balochistan’s development is one of basic human right violations in mass scales. ... Read more »

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By: Naseer Memon

Multi-dimensional failures in the restive province merit deeper introspection rather than customary denials


How to restore tranquility in the province?

After a decade of fierce battles resulting in hundreds of killings, the order, if not law, has been restored to a larger part of Balochistan.

A pall of despair hangs over the province. Haunting deprivation, discrimination and disenchantment are starkly evident and cannot be callously refuted by merely alleging that it’s the handiwork of foreign hands. A cursory look at the indicators of human development and political affairs depicts a lamentable picture AND merits deeper introspection rather than denial.

The problem in the province resurrect after a hiatus of few years because political remedies are always ignored. ... Read more »

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