Muhammad Akbar Notezai
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.
Quetta’s transgender community still seeks inspiration from one of their own who died in 2002 … because he helped them live a...
The illegal transportation of oil/diesel from across the border is not smuggling but business.
A critical, informative and argumentative collection of essays on the changing face of media in Pakistan...
Persecution and injustices have continued to haunt the Hazaras, generation after generation. The sit-ins may have come to an end
Pall of gloom hangs over Hazara Town after the arrival of the coal miners’ bodies from Mach.
Abdul Khaliq has been in the book-selling business since his matriculation.
A book on the thorny issue of Balochistan’s underdevelopment by a Baloch former bureaucrat, writer and politician, despite his...
There are seven Medical Emergency Response Centres each with a gap of 70 to 80 kilometres along the Quetta-Karachi road.
A fictional Urdu novella reflects the sentiments and fears of the people of Gwadar
about their future...
Sexual harassment has been endemic at the University of Balochistan
since well before last year’s video scandal.
Sexual harassment has been endemic at the University of Balochistan since well before last year’s video scandal
Mansoor Bukhari who dedicated his life to books and reading culture in Quetta, and who died in June, was much more than a...
A former Indian civil servant’s book on Balochistan is among the most well-researched and balanced books on the subject
A book looks at the plight of Quetta’s Hazara community through untold and seemingly incomplete stories
As FAO warns of major blow to food supply, farmers say locusts are already gobbling up their crops.