Balochistan has never been home to religious sectarianism and has been peaceful for all religions and minorities but soon after the war in Afghanistan and the rise of the Taliban, Baluchistan has also become a battleground for the sectarian wars.
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The Baluch Hal editor Malik Siraj Akbar discusses the Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan’s recent visit to Quetta in Baluchistan to condole with the families of the 11 coal miners killed by the Islamic State in Mach area and why Khan’s trip doesn’t promise much.
Malik Siraj Akbar, editor The Baluch Hal, discusses the background and the context of various armed sectarian groups that operate in Baluchistan, Pakistan and parts of Iranian Baluchistan province.
The Baluch Hal editor Malik Siraj Akbar discusses the recent killing of 11 Shia-Hazara coal miners in Baluchistan’s Mach area and the background of these sectarian attacks.
By Malik Siraj Akbar Here is the spoiler alert: The answer is extremely biased. When I talk about the Pakistani media, I am not referring to the staunchly pro-military or overtly religious media organizations like Bol, ARY, or Ummat. I… Read More ›
Karima was the first female to lead the BSO.
By Malik Siraj Akbar Months after ending an alliance with the ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) at the Center over the latter’s failure to fulfill several electoral promises, former Baluchistan chief minister and the head of the Balochistan National Party (BNP)… Read More ›
A leader of the business community in Quetta not only accepted PDM’s invitation but also assured the opposition of full cooperation.
The attack took place on the Mekran Coastal Highway near Ormara, when a convoy of OGDCL, was being escorted from Gwadar to Karachi.