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Muhammad Akbar Notezai

Human smuggling: a thriving racket

Human smuggling: a thriving racket

Thousands of illegal migrants, including Pakistanis, take the risky land route through Balochistan to reach the West. Updated Apr 24, 2018 04:48pm
FOOTPRINTS: KEEPING THE FAITH

FOOTPRINTS: KEEPING THE FAITH

ADJACENT to the Pakistan-Iran border, on a four-acre piece of arid land, Pakistan House stands as a symbol of... Published Apr 08, 2018 06:46am
Footprints: HEARTBREAK OF HOPE

Footprints: HEARTBREAK OF HOPE

IN the tiny central bazaar of Mashkel, elderly Nako Allah Dad sits in front of an electric shop surrounded by... Published Mar 20, 2018 07:03am
PRECARIOUS LIVES OF POLIO WORKERS

PRECARIOUS LIVES OF POLIO WORKERS

SITUATED in a corner of Killi Lala-abad, a locality somewhat removed from main Quetta city, is a tiny house that... Published Jan 27, 2018 07:03am
THE SAINDAK FILES

THE SAINDAK FILES

Although mineral resources are aggressively being mined and sold from Chaghi district, the last to benefit are those Published Jan 07, 2018 07:51am
Footprints: TRADE IMBALANCE AT TAFTAN

Footprints: TRADE IMBALANCE AT TAFTAN

ZERO POINT, where people trade goods across the Pakistan-Iran border in Taftan town, wears a deserted look. It is... Published Jan 05, 2018 06:43am
Footprints: CHILDREN OF A LESSER GOD

Footprints: CHILDREN OF A LESSER GOD

THE traffic on Quetta’s Zarghoon Road flows as usual past the official residences of the governor, chief minister,... Published Dec 24, 2017 07:01am
Bravery of a different kind

Bravery of a different kind

Hamida Ali Hazara has an inspiring vision — the economic empowerment of women affected by violence. Updated Nov 14, 2017 08:05am
Between red lines

Between red lines

‘Journalists! We have prepared your coffins.’ Published Nov 13, 2017 07:05am
THE EXODUS OF QUETTA’S HAZARAS

THE EXODUS OF QUETTA’S HAZARAS

The recent killings of Hazara vegetable vendors in Quetta, and before them a family of four in Mastung, pose the Published Oct 22, 2017 07:56am

Three killed in mine

QUETTA: Three workers were killed and one was injured while six others were trapped when a landslide hit a coal mine... Published Oct 21, 2017 06:57am
FOOTPRINTS: DESCENDANTS OF ROYALTY

FOOTPRINTS: DESCENDANTS OF ROYALTY

THE remnants of Kalat Fort (Meeri) lie at a stone’s throw, on the western side, from main Kalat city. It is said... Published Oct 15, 2017 07:02am