Baluchi


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an Iranian language spoken in Pakistan and Iran and Afghanistan and Russia and the Persian gulf

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The rescue team consisted of rescuers, cranes and cars," Baluchi said.
Univariate regression analysis showed that delay in the initiation of treatment/ cancer chemotherapy by the patient was significantly seen in women aged 18-25 years who had low education (illiterate/ primary) and belonged to Sindhi, Baluchi and Pushto ethnic groups and had children (Table-3).
The nightmare is encirclement, with Baluchi unrest in eastern Iran growing just as ISIS gains strength to the west in Iraq and Syria.
The company's board members include Jawad Al Hawaj, Khalid Engineer, Khalid Al Amin, Ibrahim Al Daisi, Adnan Al Baluchi, Zeenat Al Mansoori, Jassim Al Qaseer and Ahmed Baqer.
Baluchi, 35, who is also known as Abd al-Aziz Ali, turned up in court at Guantanmo for his pre-trial hearings clutching a copy of the EL James's bestseller saying it was a gift from the guards, according to his lawyer.
British imperial interactions with the Pashtun and Baluchi tribes on India's northwest frontier have received a considerable amount of attention from historians, a fascination that is unlikely to diminish any time soon given the current situation in that region.
The Turkic languages (Uzbeki and Turkmen), Baluchi, Pashai, Nuristani and -- in addition to Pashto and Dari -- are the third official languages in areas where the majority speaks them.
While there have been attacks on Iran-bound Shiite passengers in Baluchistan, Kalat, the area where the incident occurred, is a hotbed of Baluchi nationalism.
Like the Pushtus, Punjabis and Sindhis around them, the Baluchi people subsequently, lost their sovereignty.
Then comes the fun filled song, Haawa Haawa which beautifully uses a Baluchi gypsy tune in combination with Spanish guitar.
Venous jugular blood samples (10 ml per ewe) were collected from 152 Baluchi sheep breed, along with data on litter size in the first, second, third or fourth parity (Abbasabad Sheep Breeding Station, located northeast of Mashhad, Iran).
The collection, published for the first time in English, features 142 poems, both classical and contemporary, from 42 authors writing in 6 major regional languages (Punjabi, Baluchi, Seraiki, Kashmiri, Pashto, and Sindhi) and Urdu, the national language of Pakistan.
He said the admissions in PhD programme (MPhil based) are being offered in Urdu, Islamic Studies, Iqbal Studies, Chemistry, Mass Communication, Pakistani Languages and Literature (Punjabi, Saraiki, Baluchi, Brahvi, Sindhi and Pushto specialization).
Summary: A bread bar with an excellent wine cellar and a great Pan Indian restaurant to boot, Baluchi celebrates the diverse flavours of India in its own unique style.
Muhammad Amjad Khan, who is the father of her three children, she married Ammar Baluchi, the nephew of the suspected 9/11 mastermind, Khalid Shaikh Mohammad.