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In the tragic bus accident of Lasbela, 41 people lost their lives while three injured are still under treatment in a Karachi hospital. This is not the first such incident, thousands have lost their lives in...
A seminar titled “Reimagining Pakistan” was held in Quetta. Several including Pakistan’s former Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, former Chief Minister Balochistan Nawab Aslam Raisani, former federal finance minister Miftah Ismaeel, former People’s party leader and...
Pakistani military and the Police used brute force to quash the protests of Gwadar’s fishermen. Hundreds of activists including leader of Haq Do Tehreek, Waja Hussain Wadhela, were arrested. These events resulted in further aggravation of...
According to political analysts, the only transparent elections in Balochistan were held in 1970s. After that all governments in Balochistan are believed to be formed as per Pakistani military’s policy, and such governments have always been...
TBP Editorial 2022 finished with the news of forcible disappearances of two Baloch students from Gresha, Siraj Noor and Arif Gajian of Law College Sargodha. Whereas, the new year in its first week has already witnessed eight cases of frocible...
TBP Editorial Balochistan is home to an armed struggle for independence for last two decades, but a dramatic uptick in attacks against Pakistani military has been noticed in last few days. The Pakistani Army suffered heavy losses in these attacks...
The fishermen of Gwadar have been protesting for last two months. They demand stoppage of fish trawling in the sea, which has destroyed the natural habitats and has risked extinction of marine life. The practice has also resulted in...
Few days ago a bill was presented in Pakistan’s upper legislative house (The Senate) to transfer the rights to Rekodiq reservoir and other mineral resources to the federal government. The bill was passed without any significant opposition. Prior to...

Mama Qadeer – TBP Editorial

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The life of a 69-year-old bank manager at United Bank’s Hazarganji branch in Quetta changed forever after his son went missing on 13 February 2009. Known then as Qadeer Reki, the old man was looking forward to...
On 4th September a normal wedding ceremony was underway in Quetta, everyone seemed cheerful on the face of it but there was a sense of dread in the environment. Not because there was any particular concern but because the...