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BBC News - Pakistan gunmen kill four polio workers in Quetta

Thursday, 26 November 2014. Four polio vaccination workers have been shot dead and three injured in the south-west Pakistani city of Quetta.

Police said the three female health workers and their male driver were attacked by two gunmen on a motorbike. 208 more words


Pakistan and Balochistan: Is Ignorance Bliss?

Author: Regina Paulose

Balochistan is one of the largest provinces in Pakistan. The western province which is mainly composed of various ethnic tribes now faces various human rights issues which could potentially explode into larger issues. 925 more words

Human Rights

The Fix: How a drug rehabilitation centre in Quetta is tackling addiction

The Express Tribune: October 19, 2014

A whiteboard in the reception of the Milo Shaheed Welfare Trust in Quetta, Balochistan, is testament to the centre’s success in treating drug users. 62 more words


Study of melting glaciers worries meteorologists

Meteorologists worried at the depletion of glaciers in Pakistan studied six glaciers in the Karakorum Range recently, and the results have made them worry even more. 478 more words

Politics & Current Issues

The Fire Indians Fuel May Catch Their Own House Some Day

By:      Aasef Chaudhry

The prototype of Indian propaganda pose a very ghastly picture as whenever a terrorist or sabotage activity is planned by Indian RAW, Indian media pro-actively accuses Pakistan for an looming terrorist attack which is straight away labeled as ISI sponsored. 971 more words


Balochistan: The Conspiracies Meeting their Fate Finally

By: Aasef Chauhdry

Almost three years back an article under the title ‘A Discreet Conflict’ written by one Matt McCullough was published in an online journal ‘The Majallah’. 1,320 more words