Pakistan’s war on social mediaTBP Editorial Decades of political engineering and embedding military men on powerful government posts have helped the Army to flourish a hybrid and stronger regime in Pakistan. Analysts think...
Meteorological Department has issued warnings for another spell of heavy rainfall in multiple districts of Sindh and Balochistan. The new rain system is likely to enter Balochistan on Saturday and cause torrential rains till Monday. This spell would be...
On the 13th of August, a roadside IED (Improvised Explosive Devise) hit Frontier Corps’ (FC) convoy in Absar town of Kech district in Balochistan. As a result, multiple casualties were reported; however, the...
According to the Indian Independence Act, the day of Independence of both the dominions is 15th August, not 14th. It was only after 1948; Pakistan stopped celebrating Independence Day on the 15th. Historians like K.K Aziz have criticized the...
Pakistan has released its new political map which claims Jammu & Kashmir, Junagadh & Manawadh, and complete Sir Creek as parts of Pakistan. These may sound as radical changes in the map but they are not. Pakistan used to...
Plight of Sindhi Missing Persons TBP Editorial Last week, two more Sindhi political activists were abducted. Sattar Hakdo was picked up from Karachi and Javed KhasKhaili from Nawab Shah....
Last week an 18 point document was circulated in Iranian media and New York Times also published its article based on this document calling it the ‘proposed agreement’ between Iran and China. According to the document, China...
Baloch missing persons’ issue is often downplayed by Pakistani authorities and the media channels. Some sections of the Pakistani society usually hold a comparatively sensible view of the issue but the armed forces have the most interesting...
On June 29 at 10am, four armed men stormed Pakistan Stock Exchange’s (PSE) building in Karachi with an apparent intent to penetrate the building and set up a siege. The battle resulted in the four deaths and six injuries...
Baloch students have been under protest for the last fifteen days against the unavailability of the internet for online classes in Balochistan. The first protest camp was set up in Sindh’s largest city Karachi and later similar camps were...