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Editorial: VBMP March Towards Islamabad

Editorial: VBMP March Towards Islamabad

The Voice for Baloch Missing Persons (VBMP) has started the second phase of its long march from Karachi to Islamabad from 13 December, for the recovery of Baloch missing person who have been allegedly disappeared by Military and intelligence agencies of the state. Prior to this the first phase of this long march was launched on 27 October and ended ...

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Editorial: Long March of Voice for Baloch Missing Persons (VBMP)

Editorial: Long March of Voice for Baloch Missing Persons (VBMP)

The Voice for Baloch Missing Persons (VBMP) protest,which is becoming one of the world’s peaceful and long protests, has now launched a long march of 730 Km from Quetta to Karachi to press the authorities for recovery of missing Baloch political workers. The Voice for Baloch Missing Persons (VBMP) Chairman VBMP, Nasrullah Baloch and Mama Qadeer Baloch led the long ...

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Editorial: Awaran Needs International Assistance

Editorial: Awaran Needs International Assistance

   Apart from human made disasters,   Balochistan is again and again confronting deadly natural catastrophes.  24th  September’s earthquake once again   shocked Balochistan as 7.8-magnitude earthquake   hit Balochistan’s the  most backward district Awaran, where Thousands  of houses collapsed to ground and countless  partially damaged. Due to the collapse of mud-houses more than 1000 people are feared dead. The officials have confirmed ...

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Editorial: International Day of the Disappeared and Baloch

Editorial: International Day of the Disappeared and Baloch

    30 August  is marked as The International Day of the Disappeared   to draw the attention of   responsible authorities and human rights organizations towards forcefully disappeared people in the world. On International Day of the Disappearance, Human rights organizations conduct seminars and press briefings to focus the burning issue in world. The case of missing persons is not new ...

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Editorial: Ban Ki-moon’s visit and demand of Baloch nationalists

Editorial: Ban Ki-moon’s visit and demand of Baloch nationalists

The United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon is in  Pakistan to attend Independence Day celebrations, promote education and disaster management as the monsoon season begins. While the Baloch Nationalist and social media activists are asking him to take notice of what they name it ‘Baloch Genocide’.  According to the UN deputy spokesman Eduardo del Buey that Ban will meet President Asif ...

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Flood Victims in Dire Need of Relief

Flood Victims in Dire Need of Relief

The Provincial Disaster Management Authority (PDMA) on Monday released  Rs 8 million to the Deputy Commissioners of Naseerabad, Jaffarabad, Jhal Magsi, Kech, Sibi, Loralai, Quetta, Khuzdar to ensure prompt response to the catastrophe which has left thousands of people homeless. The heavy rains followed by flashflood have inundated several villages in Jhal Magsi district creating hurdles for relief teams to ...

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Editorial: Dr. Malik’s loyalty to PML-N

Editorial: Dr. Malik’s loyalty to PML-N

  It seems that the One-man government in Balochistan is running only on suspending   teachers and doctors to make its performance better. Since being elected as Chief Minister of Balochistan till today Dr, Abdul Malik has not done anything remarkable which proves that the situation in Balochistan is getting better. The law and order condition   is getting bad to worse, ...

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Editorial: Canadian Concerns Over Human Rights Violation in Balochistan

Editorial: Canadian Concerns Over Human Rights Violation in Balochistan

Though, the human rights violation in Balochistan is not being taken seriously by the state authorities, the world community is becoming aware of this burning issue and concerns are being expressed.  Recently the Canadian foreign affairs’ minister has expressed worries over human rights abuse in Balochistan. This move came in response to a letter of the coordinator of International Voice ...

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Editorial: Government’s hasty decision of closing 600 schools

Editorial: Government’s hasty decision of closing 600 schools

According to the media reports over 600 schools setup under a presidential ordinance in Balochistan have been closed and services of 684 teachers terminated. Under the ordinance, National Commission for Human Development (NCHD) was established in 2002 which setup 615 schools and hired 684 teachers in Balochistan to educate over 4,600 students in those schools. The NCHD extended cooperation to ...

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Editorial: Professor Razaq’s Murder, A great loss

Editorial: Professor Razaq’s Murder, A great loss

Balochistan has been suffering from extreme murder of teachers, doctors, students, political activists, human rights defenders and intellectuals. Unfortunately, none of the killers have been arrested or government made efforts to mitigate these heinous acts against Baloch people. The recent target killing of Professor Abdul Razaq is part of the series, what the Baloch political activists and nationalist name it ...

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