Hamza Baloch

  • People were busy in markets, shrines and homes, doing their work and living ordinary lives. They were happy with whatever they had. But suddenly, one day on 21st April 1802 they were attacked by the radical puritans also known as Wahhabis, under the command of Abdul Aziz Ibn Muhammad. The term ...

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  • Nationalism played a vital role in the making of history and shaping today's modern world, particularly the piece of land where we live today. Pakistan was once a part of the Indian subcontinent; however since Partition many attempts have been made to erase the shared past of the region under the ...

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  • Last year Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) was barred from organising an event on Balochistan and missing persons. The LUMS initially invited Mama Qadeer and Ustad Mir Muhammad Talpur to speak at a session and  to interact with students there and with the youth of Lahore. LEAs ...

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