India better do its work in helping the Balochs to get their autonomy or outright independence (the latter will require the big sugar daddy US's blessing) and thus get a foothold in Pakistan's backyard, before Afghanistan again slips back into Pakistan's fold after the US/Nato 2013 withdrawl.
Remember that Pakistan's geographical pre-eminence rises from the fact that there is no other easy access from anywhere between Iran and Pakistan, to the warm waters of Arabian Sea. Pakistan has milked its this strategic location to the utmost, by shutting off any access for anyone from Afghanistan and the Central Asian republics, to the south sea. This geographical monopoly will be shattered once for all, if Balochistan becomes a nation of its own and channels its new found location to the economic benefit of itself and for all. I cannot believe that the US and the western powers have not thought about this, particularly as a bulwark against the mullahs in Iran and the bearded military radicals in the Pakistan army.
Pakistan will be insufferable if it gains Afghanistan and also crushes the Baloch rebellion. If Pakistan has to be kept off-balance, then "the bleeding of it by a thousand cuts" has to be nurtured by keeping the Baloch's hopes for a home of their own alive.