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The Melodious Mureed Buledi

By Manzoor Mosiani

May 16, 2019 – 1:55 am

Balochi language has many Wash Gushendas – melodious singers, but one of these voices that ring magically every time in the ears is of Mureed Buledi. His command over the pitch of voice and longevity in expression to go down slowly coupled with a vibration in his throat as well the exciting background music creates a spell over the listener, up lifts mood,

Balochistan Economic Report in 2008 and then………?

By Manzoor Mosiani

April 22, 2019 – 2:25 am

‘’A number of cross-cutting issues limit the ability of Baluchistan’s public administration to deliver good services, including the size and structure of bureaucracy, the extent of merit based recruitment, the quality of career management, the degree of administrative devolution, political fragmentation and tribal identity.

Shakespeare in Romeo and Juliet, what is in the name

By Manzoor Mosiani

April 15, 2019 – 1:02 am

Shakespeare (1564 – 1616) born in Stratford – Upon – Avon, Warwickshire in England. He wrote 37 plays from 1590 to 1613, known as the bard of England as well. Interestingly, after a passage of four hundred years his plays are still relevant and read as enthralling, hilarious, thoughtful piece of fiction, either in the form of tragedies or comedies.

Road Crashes on rise in Balochistan

By Manzoor Mosiani

April 8, 2019 – 2:25 am

Road accidents have increased in the province of Balochistan; the other day accident at Kakaheer, Wadh, Khuzdar, left seven dead and fifteen maimed as a Dumper truck collided with a passenger bus bound to Karachi from Quetta. The rush from and to the provincial capital city – Quetta is a big concern, bumper to bumper traffic is a routine matter,the National Highways are turning dangerous day by day.

It is so cold in the capital

By Manzoor Mosiani

March 28, 2019 – 3:00 am

It is so cold here in Washington, D. C., that politician have their hands in their own pockets: is a joke on American politics by Bob Hope. May not entirely describe the situation is closer in the provincial capital city-Quetta, so cold nobody seen to buying and selling.