noun, plural Ba·luch·es, (especially collectively) Ba·luch.
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Contemporary Examples of baluch
Around half the Baluch in the province are unemployed, a result, say rights groups, of longstanding marginalization by Tehran.
His latest target has been Hajji Hassan, a Baluch drug lord who fled Iran and settled in Turbat in 2000.
Nestled in the hills are small market towns like Buleda, dominated by Baluch who make a living smuggling diesel and drugs.
As a well-known advocate for Baluch rights in Iran, young Iranians reach out to him for advice.
The Baluch in Iran do not speak Farsi but Baluchi, just like the Baluch in Pakistan, and in Iran they are a Sunni minority.
Historical Examples of baluch
How far it really imposed on Baluch or Afghan it is difficult to say.
The pass is still an interesting feature in Baluch geography.
In 1901 the population was 252,379, chiefly Pathan and Baluch Mahommedans.
The word Kalat is derived from kala—a fortress; and Kalat is the most picturesque fortress in the Baluch highlands.
It consists of an immense tract of land stretching from the mouth of the Indus to the Baluch boundary.