The US state department’s report on Human rights violations in Pakistan has extensively reported on Balochistan unlike Amnesty International’s annual report on the Asia Pacific where the rights organization seemed to have forgotten the existence of Balochistan...
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...
The Pakistan People’s Party led government in 2009 announced the much hyped-up Aghaz-e-Haqooq e Balochistan project to “address the longstanding grievances” of the area. The package included political, administrative, economic and educational initiatives for people of the poor region...
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....
On the first May, TBP news desk reported an armed clash in the mountainous region of Kalat. The news read that both sides had suffered causalities. A day later, Baloch Liberation Army (BLA) released a statement confirming...
All the education institutes in Balochistan have been shut off until further notice; all the shopping malls, restaurants, public transport, and crowded places have been ordered to close for the next three weeks. Public gatherings having more...
Enforced disappearances are a widespread phenomenon across the world, particularly in the third world countries where possible uprisings are tried to smother by disappearing the active figures of the movements. Such acts are prominent in third world...
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...
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...
Let’s forget for a moment that Baloch movement is not 70 years old and stories of enforced disappearances had not started half a century ago, but all this started at the beginning of this millennium. What have the last...