10 Balochi language Newspapers published from Pakistan after 1947

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Pakistan is the only country that owns multiple religions, cultures, and languages. Balochistan is the largest province by area. Different languages are spoken here including Pashtuo, Sariki, and Balochi. Press in all local and national languages in Pakistan face a lot of challenges. The same challenges face by Balochi languages newspapers that were published after the 1947 movement in Pakistan. Following are the newspapers published in Pakistan after 1947:

Balochea

Daily Balochea is an Urdu, English, and Balochi language newspaper published in Quetta. Balochistan, Pakistan.

Balochistan Chronicle

Daily Balochistan Chronicle is an Urdu, English, and Balochi language newspaper published in Balochistan, Pakistan.

Baluchi

Daily Baluchi is a Balochi and Brahvi language newspaper published in Quetta. Balochistan, Pakistan.

Dardwaar

Daily Dardwaar is an Urdu and Balochi language newspaper published in Noshki, Balochistan, Pakistan.

Dardwar

Daily Dardwar is an Urdu, Balochi, and Brahvi language newspaper published in Mastung, Balochistan, Pakistan.

Gangeen Balochistan

Daily Gangeen Balochistan is an Urdu, English, and Balochi language newspaper published in Kharan, Balochistan, Pakistan.

Nawai Watan

Daily Nawai Watan is an Urdu, English, and Balochi language newspaper published in Quetta,  Balochistan, Pakistan.

Rouch

Daily Rouch is an Urdu and Balochi language newspaper published in Nushki, Balochistan, Pakistan.

Sartain Sameen

Daily Sartain Sameen is an Urdu and Balochi language newspaper published by Turbat. southern Balochistan, Pakistan,

Sewat

Daily Sewat is an Urdu, Brahvi, and Balochi language newspaper published by Mastung. Balochistan, Pakistan.

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