Muhammad Akbar Notezai
Quetta-based observers link the latest impasse all the way to Islamabad and the discord over appointment of the ISI chief.
The Harnai valley does not only wear a desolate look but is also the picture of hopelessness and helplessness.
In some cases, people from Balochistan have to go to Sindh to fetch water.
Although the Taliban takeover in Afghanistan has not resulted, so far, in the kind of massive refugee influx that Pakistan feared
With the death of Sardar Ataullah Mengal, Balochistan’s first chief minister, on September 2, an era of Baloch politics also...
Hundreds of Hazara families have reached Balochistan here after fleeing Afghanistan.
According to business and customs officials in Chaman, so far Afghan Taliban has not imposed any conditions on trade.
Some guesstimates put number of illegal immigrants handed over by Iranian authorities every year to Pakistan at 10,000-12,000.
Officials say immigrants may be housed in camps if influx becomes unmanageable.
Despite the shortcomings of a debuting writer, a novel from Balochistan is a worthy read, addressing the practice of ‘honour...
I LANDED in Gwadar in the scorching heat of July. After checking in at a decent motel near the beach, I encountered ...
Situated on the outskirts of the Balochistan capital, Hanna Lake is a man-made reservoir in the far corner of the Quetta valley.
Agriculturists say government apathy, climate change are largely responsible for turning green patches dry.
Over the years, human smuggling rackets in Balochistan have transported hundreds of thousands of Afghans to the Iran border
THE authorities have started to fence the 900-kilometre border with Iran in Balochistan. I was recently in Mashkhel,...
Most of the population in Balochistan is dependent on trade with Iran; the border fencing is now squeezing them economically.
Unidentified men on a motorcycle had thrown a bottle filled with acid at Bagum and her younger sister 10 years ago.
In past year alone, 102 coalminers have lost their lives in Balochistan in 72 accidents.
Iranian lawmaker says three people killed in town near Pakistan border.
Comprising several tiny villages, Badini not only lacks power supply or cellular network but also basic necessities of life.