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Abdul Khaliq Junejo

By M.A.
Nov 2012
Abdul Khaliq Junejo

Tanqeed spoke with Abdul Khaliq Junejo, the Chairman of the Sindhi nationalist party, Jeay Sindh Mahaz. Ever since the Sindh Assembly passed the Sindh People’s Local Government Ordinance (SPLGO)—at the behest of the province’s two ruling parties, the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) and the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP)—the rest of the province has been up...
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Abdul Khaliq Junejo | Voices

By M.A.
Nov 2012

Tanqeed spoke with Abdul Khaliq Junejo, the Chairman of the Sindhi nationalist party, Jeay Sindh Mahaz. Ever since the Sindh Assembly passed the Sindh People’s Local Government Ordinance (SPLGO)—at the behest of the province’s two ruling parties, the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) and the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP)—the rest of the province has been up...
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Hasil Khan Bizenjo | Voices

By M.A.
Nov 2012

Tanqeed sat down with Balochistan’s Hasil Khan Bizenjo, member of the Senate of Pakistan, and vice president of the National Party (NP). As the debate rages on about Balochistan, mainstream commentators continue to point at its sardars or tribal leaders as a main cause of the province’s woes – and violence. Bizenjo challenges such...
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Hasil Khan Bizenjo

By M.A.
Nov 2012

Tanqeed sat down with Balochistan’s Hasil Khan Bizenjo, member of the Senate of Pakistan, and Vice President of the National Party (NP). As the debate rages on about Balochistan, mainstream commentators continue to point at its Sardars or tribal leaders as a main cause of the province’s woes – and violence. Bizenjo challenges such...
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Forgotten Floods

By M.A.
Oct 2012
Forgotten Floods

This is an image of a flash floods in Jacobabad, Sindh. In the past five weeks, we’ve read about anti-film protests, drone reports, peace marches to Waziristan and the shooting of Malala Yousafzai in the western press. Pakistani papers have added a little more to the mix – reporting on Akhtar Mengal’s visit, or...
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