Baluchi

  • (noun): An Iranian language spoken in Pakistan and Iran and Afghanistan and Russia and the Persian gulf.
    Synonyms: Balochi

Some articles on baluchi, baluchis:

Baluchi Autonomist Movement
... The Baluchi Autonomist Movement (BAM) was an ethnic Baluchi guerrilla movement in Iranian Balochistan during the 1980s ... were limited autonomy and economic concessions for Iranian Baluchis ...
Popular Front For Armed Resistance
... It was run by Baluchi tribal separatist groups, which carried out serial bomb attacks ... and end to the insurgency, which had by that time claimed the lives of 5,300 Baluchi fighters and 3,300 army personal ... As a result, this made some 20,000 Baluchi tribesmen pick up arms against the Pakistani Army ...
History Of Iranian Balochistan - Balochistan Conflict of The 1970s
... The Iranian Baluchi were supported from the 1950s to 1980s by Arab nationalist leaders, especially Baathist regimes of Iraq and Syria and Egyptian leader Gamal Abdel Nasser ... In the 1960s, Baluchi revolted against Iran, Iraq fully supported Baluchis but as a result of Baluchi tribal leaders negotiating with Shah of Iran, the Iraqi support for Baluchi shrank until in 1975, when ... and Iran and Iraq stopped supporting Baluchis but Iraq ties with Baloch people did not end completely ...
Baluchi, Balkh
... Baluchi is a village in Balkh Province in northern Afghanistan. ...
Baluchi Horse - Characteristics
... The Baluchi horse is usually bay, chestnut, or gray ... The Baluchi somewhat resembles the Indian Kathiawari breed ... to diluted bloodlines, horses of pure Baluchi lineage are extremely rare today ...