Terror Visits Mastung Yet Again

By | October 10th, 2013|Categories: Recent News|

7th August, 2013 Mastung: In a very unfortunate incident a bomb planted outside a shopping mall went off in Mastung area of Baluchistan today. Explosion reportedly killed two children and one woman who came there for shopping just a day ahead of Eid-ul-Fitr festival. Nearly a dozen has been wounded in the blast as well. Baluchistan [...]

HRCP fact-finding mission says human rights continue unabated in Balochistan

By | October 10th, 2013|Categories: Recent News|

25th June 2013 Quetta - The Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP) on Tuesday made startling revelations about the deteriorating human rights crisis prevailing in Balochistan. According to a report compiled by a fact-finding mission headed by renowned human rights activist Asma Jahangir, nationalist insurgency had escalated since the tragic assassination of Nawab Akbar Bugti and acts of [...]

Baluchistan: No End to Military Atrocities

By | October 10th, 2013|Categories: Recent News|

18th June 2013 The Baloch people continue to face the brunt of a full-fledged military campaign by the Pakistan military while the international community seemed unmoved by the atrocities, says Noordin Mengal, a Baloch representative at the UN Human Rights Council who has highlighted human rights issues at international forums. Speaking at a conference held alongside [...]

Pakistan state’s abduction, kill & dump policy continues in Balochistan, 3 more mutilated bullet riddled bodies found

By | October 10th, 2013|Categories: Recent News|

  BALOCHISTAN – May 24: Pakistani occupied forces continue their “killed and dump” policy in Balochistan. Today another mutilated body of Baloch missing persons was found in Gomazi area after the massive military operation in Gomazi and Malant of Tump Tehsil in Kech district. According to detail, after the military operation in Gomazi and Malant a bullet-riddled and [...]

Balochistan: Teachers Working For Elections Threatened

By | October 10th, 2013|Categories: Recent News|

29th April 2013 After receiving the threats, 18,461 teachers from the 11 districts were advised to refrain from participating in the polls. GTA Secretary General Qasim Khan told The Express Tribune that a meeting of members from 30 districts reviewed the security situation and decided not to put the lives of teachers at stake. Teachers from [...]

Balochistan: Thousands Still Await Relief Efforts

By | October 10th, 2013|Categories: Recent News|

18th April 2013 Thousands of people, including women and children, are awaiting relief out in the simmering heat of Balochistan’s border town of Mashkel. The remote village was badly affected Tuesday by a massive 7.8 magnitude earthquake in Iran, which sent tremors across the border and saw most of its mud houses and shops destroyed. Forty [...]