Journalist’s Economic Woes in Balochistan

Muhammad Ali (Name changed), 68, has been working as a reporter for a private TV channel in Balochistan’s Nushki district. In the view of...

Girls in The Resource Rich Province

In the backdrop of deceptive educational emergency presented by the ex-Chief Minister of Balochistan in January 2014, it is appropriate to raise the questions...

Jail, A Place For Reform or Just Punishment

“Hate crime not the criminal!” “Hate crime not the criminal!” Those who use this phrase are obviously not aware of the state of jails in...

Plight of Highway Passengers in Balochistan

Balochistan is the largest province of Pakistan and most backward in terms of infrastructure development. Travelling by roads is the most common mode of...

Negative Impact of Early-age Marriages on Society

The under-privileged section of our society which lives below poverty line comprises of 60 percent of total population. Man, women, boys and girls of...

Editor’s Note – November, 2015

Dear Readers Every incumbent government raises voice about the corruption of the last government or the opposition engages the government in some issue. Current situation...

Causes of Insurgency in Balochistan

Balochistan remained the most peaceful province of Pakistan until 1999 once the earlier rebellions were settled in 1977 during Zia regime. There was not...

Gardi Jangle to Gwadar

Second and Last Episode In order to spend the night, I stayed at the home of brother of  my Sindhi friend who was an Engineer...

Saindak Project And Its Employees

Saindak, which is a small town based in Balochistan’s largest Chagai district, contains abundant ore reserves. In the 1970s, it is said that a...

Deteriorating Health Situation in Balochistan

It’s said that there is no life without good health. In the world, if we talk about developed countries or developing countries, health is...