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PTI gets roots in Balochistan

By Faizan Hussain

Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf (PTI) has started making inroads in all the districts of Balochistan. People from all walks of life and the youth especially are joining PTI. 733 more words


"In a democracy the people are supreme, and can criticize all government agencies, which are only servants of the people"

Retired judge of the Supreme Court of India, Justice Markandey Katju, Chairman Press Council of India, emailed the following statement about the attack on Pakistani journalist Hamid Mir: 499 more words


Call for talks to establish peace in Balochistan

KARACHI, Oct 13: The conflict in Balochistan has been going on over the past four decades but only recently has the violence in the province increased at an alarming momentum, with killings, enforced disappearances, kidnappings, protests and demonstrations becoming more common, said a rights activist during an informal talk here on Friday evening. 845 more words


The Balochistan quagmire: Where does the answer lie?

Nadeem Syed

QUETTA – If the 60-member provincial cabinet of mostly Baloch ministers, an all-powerful, multi-layered security apparatus and a sprawling bureaucracy of mostly Baloch people cannot come out with a healing touch for the troubled province, then “who can?” is the question agitating most Baloch minds, as the insurgency in Balochistan rumbles on with all its murky overtones, creating a rift between state institutions and the local population. 1,499 more words

A response to Ejaz Haider: Blatant lies and partial facts on Balochistan – by Sheen Alif

Ejaz Haider, as a political analyst wrote about him, “Ejaz Haider is just defending what he has always believed in. He is a former cadet and would have done quite well had he stayed on. 926 more words

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