TBP Brahui and Balochi websites launched

Must Read

Genocide is the only option in Balochistan – Pakistani Minister declares

A Pakistani minister in Balochistan, who is de-jure head of security apparatus in the region, has declared that genocide...

Aslam Baloch — The Baloch General – TBP Special report

For seventy years, through ups and downs, successes and failures, with rapid and slow pace, the Balochistan’s...

State’s deadly weapon, Shafiq Mengal – The Balochistan Post report

Strings of suicide bombing in Sindh's Shikarpur city and firing incident on BSO azad's rally in Khuzdar got connected...

Expanding The Balochistan Post Media Network, today, on May 9, 2020, two new websites of the organization have been launched in Baloch national languages, Brahui and Balochi. Earlier, two TBP websites have already been operating in Urdu and English.

The purpose of setting up Balochi and Brahui desks and separate websites is not only to fill in the gap in the field of journalism in the Baloch national languages but also to develop and promote them. In this regard, special sections on language and literature have also been set up on both the websites.

You can access the TBP Balochi website and its associated social media pages at the following addresses.
Website: https://www.tbpbalochi.com/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tbpbalochi
Twitter: @TBP_Balochi
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtGUyvPvoZ_4TKyJXe1jRJw?view_as=subscriber

Access to the TBP Brahui website and related social media pages can be reached at the following addresses.
Website: http://tbpbrahui.com/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tbpbrahui
Twitter: @TBP_Brahui
YouTube:  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKX3n8PH1fJyccO3aM1MF9w?view_as=subscriber

However, For Brahui as well as Balochi, TBP will use the same Instagram, WhatsApp and Telegram, which are already in use for Urdu and English websites. Which are as follows.
Instagram: @balochistanpost
Telegram: https://t.me/TheBalochistanPost
WhatsApp: https://chat.whatsapp.com/Ha9hRDvTuVwJMMNlbJl4MC

Apart from Brahui and Balochi websites, The Balochistan Post Media Network’s Urdu and English websites have been live for the last three and two years respectively. The addresses are as follows.
Urdu: http://thebalochistanpost.com/
English: http://thebalochistanpost.net/

The Balochistan Post Media Network is an online news portal, simultaneously published in English, Urdu, Balochi and Brahui languages from four different websites. Which can be accessed from every corner of the world. The Balochistan Post offers its readers those authentic news from Balochistan, which are normally kept hidden from regional and international media. It also publishes important international news that are related to Balochistan. The main faucet of TBP is its extensive reports that render the real conditions in Balochistan to the outside world. TBP is a team of professional journalists, web designers, on ground reporters and writers that make sure only authentic and professional news, quality articles and informative reports are published at all times and the website is updated round the clock.

Latest News

Two Baloch youths go missing from Karachi and Hub

Two young men have been forcibly disappeared in various raids, in Karachi, and Hub Chowki city of...

Kech: Army convoy comes under attack, casualties reported

Pakistan army’s convoy was attacked in Zamuran area of district Kech, on Tuesday, Baloch armed organization took the responsibility.

The investigation report of the versity scandal be publicized: BSAC

The Baloch Students Action Committee (BSAC) said in a statement on Thursday that the investigation report of the UOB scandal must be...

Karachi: Hand grenade attack kills former Rangers officer, SRA takes the responsibility

Unidentified men hurled a grenade at a shop in Sachal area of ​​Karachi, killing an ex Rangers personnel. According...

RSF: Pakistan must not threaten journalists living abroad

Reporters sans frontières (alias Reporters Without Borders or RSF) released a statement on July 8 where it warned the Pakistani government to...