The first ever Sariab Literary Festival kicked off in Quetta on Sunday on the occasion of International Mother Language Day. A large number of students and youth turned up on the first day of the 3-day event.
On 28th May 1998 Pakistan tested its nuclear arsenal in Raskoh, Balochistan. Since then the day is celebrated as Youm-e-Takbeer in Pakistan but observed as Black Day called Youm-e-Aasrokh in Balochistan. But why?

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At least 20 rockets hit various residential areas of Kabul on Saturday morning killing and injuring several civilians. Music:
March 8 is celebrated annually as International women’s day. On this IWD we take a look on the neglected and victimised women of Balochistan.
Baloch students studying in Multan, Punjab are protesting for more than 20 days now against abolition of Scholarships. The students say their scholarship were abolished in continuity of the discriminatory behaviour directed at...
Protests held in Quetta, Turbat & Karachi against murder of journalist & artist Shaheena Shaheen Baloch.
Baloch nation observes 27th March as a Black day and holds protests and rallies on this day. We explain the significance of the day in this video.
WORLD IS ONE NEWS (WION) examines the Baloch struggle for independence and why do the people of Balochistan feel so different from their Pakistani, Iranian and Afgan rulers.
Muqadas, daughter of missing Hafeezullah Baloch, protested for 4 years and waited for the release of her father. Her wait was finally over on 9th September 2020. Music:
While the Muslim world celebrated Eid, the families of Baloch missing persons were on the roads again in Quetta, Balochistan demanding release of their loved ones.