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The Baloch people occupy homelands that stretch across the borders of the three countries and their "secular, tolerant and liberal tradition is now in danger" of being deprived of access to independent media, said the congressman.

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Musician Mohammadreza Darvishi had also described Kamal Khan as a grand singer in the true sense of the term in the Baluchistan region. This is true Darvishi said, "Because not only is he a great singer, but also an eminent poet who helped preserve the intangible history and ancient culture of the region."

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Long years of migration left them open to various influences. He spoke of the presence of Baluchis, who can trace their origins to Africa. "When I spent sometime there, they called me a ‘White Baluch'," said the Professor whose beautiful performance was resonant with his love not only for his subject, but for the people and culture that he is trying to showcase.

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When the first Baloch insurgency broke out in 1948 to resist the illegal and forceful annexation of the Baloch-populated autonomous Kalat state with Pakistan, Manmohan Singh - today Indian prime minister - was barely a teenager while his Pakistani counterpart Yousuf Raza Gilani had not even been born to witness the rebellion's magnitude. Yet, last month, both leaders in Sharm el-Sheikh discussed for the first time the indefatigable Baloch insurgency.

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Dress is one of the most important representations of the uniqueness of a nation. Cute Pashk is one of the connecting aspects of the people of Baluchistan, along with land, language and history

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Amarican girls in balochi dresses

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Several educational organisations, musical clubs and video academies have cropped up in Lyari, Malir and Golimar areas in the informal sector, which are playing a crucial role in the promotion of the Balochi language

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Baloch: Baloch is generally known as a noun. The native people who live in Balochistan are called Baloch. Generally Baloch people speak Balochi, but even if native people can't speak Balochi, they are still called Baloch. They can migrate and live in other parts of the world. They can still refer to themselves as Baloch. So, I believe that it is now accepted that "Baloch" is noun in this context.

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Iran's Sistan-Baluchestan Province has published a bulletin about the artificial eye, unearthed in the historical Burnt City site.

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A brick-walled quadrangular grave was found at the site, which is believed by archeologists to be unique among the discoveries of the past 30 years.

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