Latest News


The Balochistan Point launches its Mobile Application  with no fee

By:  Sima Batool Sahar Quetta: The Balochistan Point online English newspaper from Balochistan has launched its mobile app for mobile and tablets. The mobile app is now available on all Android devices with no charges. The app comes with lifetime free access to readers who download it through Android devices Appstore. All the available categories can be found in version ...

Read More »

KHUZDAR: Commodities distributed among poor families

By: Ubaid zehri KHUZDAR: Prof. Brig (R) Engr. Muhammad Amin, SI (M), Vice Chancellor, Balochistan University of Engineering and Technology, Khuzdar distributed Ramadan & Eid Packages among 30 widows and poor families during a relief ceremony here at University campus on Wednesday. Fifteen Ration Packages were also supplied to Al- Fawad Foundation for poor families.  All items were purchased and ...

Read More »

The Shepherd: A Picture of Balochistan

By: Hammal Mir Every society is full of different problems as many people settle with their mutual needs, desires and creeds in an area. Researchers, writers and other field experts are providing their professional services to facilitate the people and paying heed to solve the existing problem of the society and assist the individuals towards prosperity and ease. Different methods ...

Read More »

WWF, Balochistan govt join hands for environmental conservation

KARACHI: The World Wide Fund for Nature-Pakistan (WWF-Pakistan) and the Planning and Development Department, government of Balochistan, have entered into a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to explore future avenues of a long-term partnership in environmental conservation and sustainable development of the province. In order to address environmental and development challenges in Balochistan; especially the adverse impacts of climate change, natural resource ...

Read More »

Thousands of workers become jobless as Govt imports coal from abroad

By:  Mir Hazar Khan Baloch QUETTA: Importing coal from abroad has devalued the coal of Balochistan. Thousands workers, associated with this industry have become jobless. 60-years-old Mohammad Yaqoob, working as mine worker since childhood, expressed his grief by telling that mine workers put their lives in danger by working hard and bringing sack of coal from thousands feet down of ...

Read More »