Shahrag in Balochistan is known as a coal-mining town. But it also hides an ugly secret.
Muhammad Akbar Notezai
RECENTLY, Professor Dr Zahoor Ahmad Bazai, who teaches botany at the University of Balochistan, went to Frankfurt...
The Balochi Academy was established in 1958 to promote Balochi language, culture, literature, art and civilisation.
IN her latest post on YouTube titled “Why I visited Turbat”, vlogger Anita Jalil Baloch talks about her team’s...
Fishermen wait for the fisheries to reopen as their livelihood is suspended due to silt-ups.
The Jam family is not all about politics and power. They have an appreciation of the finer things in life — like music.
AS I walk down the narrow Alamdar Road, crossing Mailo Shaheed Chowk, I am greeted by Mohammad Hadi — a ...
PTI's pick for NA deputy speaker played a vital role in laying the party's foundation in Balochistan.
The political climate in Balochistan is charged and heated as heavyweights contest in constituencies like PB- 44, PB-10.
Last year, one of Quetta’s senior security officials claimed that they had zero tolerance for sectarian religious...
Cracks have surfaced in powerful families in the province, reducing their influence on the electoral scene.
In Mastung, room in graveyards is running out.
"If you do not conduct politics as per the circle drawn by the hidden hands, then you are unacceptable."
Before the latest delimitation, NA-268 was the biggest constituency in terms of area and population in the country.
1997 was the year in which Sardar Mengal was appointed chief minister of Balochistan but his government ...
After Gen Zia, the right to elect our representatives was taken away from us.
Freight train, which transports goods between Pakistan and Iran, usually gets stuck for days and weeks.
Bashir Baloch, who has so far been given 132 awards, awaits official support from the government.
Thousands of illegal migrants, including Pakistanis, take the risky land route through Balochistan to reach the West.
Thousands of illegal migrants, including Pakistanis and Afghans...