This process seems heavily engineered for Baluchistan’s tribal elite and not the public. The focus is so much on the province’s sardars, their children and grandchildren that the government seems to be missing the whole point about the province and the common citizen.
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 The recent death (or the suspected murder) of the Baluch political and human rights activist Karima Baloch is the most significant event in Baluchistan’s political history since the […]
By Malik Siraj Akbar When the prominent Baluch political activist Karima Baloch died mysteriously in Canada in December 2020, the news of her death at a young age sent shockwaves across Baluchistan. Thousands of […]
WASHINGTON DC: Dr. Tara Chand, former President of the Balochistan National Party (BNP-Mengal) USA Chapter and a former minister in the Baluchistan government, has announced the formation of a new political organization […]
Kamal confirmed the news in a tweet
“This development is unprecedented, as the present government has ensured the completion of all these projects related to Baluchistan in the CPEC.”
Dr. Baluch stated that the internet speed at the station was so fast that some of the students even managed to download their assignments and submit homework. Some students said they were not sure if their professors would be equally ‘lucky’ to be able to review their assignments.
Sources said Sardar Rind, while sleeping during a session of the Baluchistan Assembly, dreamed that Khan reached out to him and said he had decided to make him the new chief minister of the province to teach Akhtar Mengal a lesson for recently withdrawing from the coalition government.