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East Bay Expressway The Balochistan Post Report Author: Behzad Deedag Gwadar issue has remained a sensitive issue for the Balochs since the beginning of the century, and the claim of building Gwadar ‘the new Dubai’ of the region has angered Baloch nationalists,...
Wahag Baloch In the early fifteenth century, Mir Haji Khan Mirani Baloch founded the city of Dera Ghazi Khan in the name of his son Mir Ghazi Khan. It remained a stable Baloch...
Late Sajid Hussain, the Baloch journalist who was found dead in Uppsala, Sweden, in March 2020, once wrote: “The dead don’t haunt me as much as the missing do”. He met the same fate that he dreaded...
At 1:00 AM on January 27th, 2022, someone knocked on the door and Rashida Baloch answered it, expecting to see her husband on the other side. But what she saw was not her husband, it was the...
Balochistan, a region marked by the haunting shadow of forced disappearances, continues to grapple with the distressing reality that has haunted its people for the past two decades. Baloch nationalists, activists, and advocates for human rights have...
Author: Zaarain Baloch Honor killing, a deeply rooted issue in Balochistan for several decades, is the culturally condoned killing of individuals found guilty of engaging in supposedly illicit relationships. This practice has become ingrained...
Author: Fateh Baloch On 3rd February 2023, the Anti-Terrorism Court in Karachi presided over by Judge Mohammad Yasin Qadri, acquitted Abdul Hafeez Zehri, son of Muhammad Ramzan, of all charges since the...
In the early hours of November 4, 2023, an air force training base in Pakistan’s Mianwali area became the stage for a militant attack that thrust the country's security vulnerabilities into the spotlight. The...
Balochistan is currently going through what many analysts have called a “human catastrophe” – enforced disappearances show no signs of decline, thousands of Baloch missing persons have not yet returned home, and unidentified dead bodies keep surfacing...
On the surface, February 8 was like any other day in Pakistan, marked by clear winter sky and earth warmed by the sun’s rays. In the political sphere, however, it was anything but mundane – it was...