Balochistan’s politics continue to be a saga of betrayal, deals and wheels within wheels.
Zohra Yusuf, chairperson of the Human Rights Commission Pakistan, writes about the HRCP’s latest mission to Balochistan and the tragedies that occur there daily.
The government looks the other way as the banned LEJ wages an organised war against the minority Shia Hazara community.
Faced with insecurity following the kidnappings of relatively prosperous members of their community, many Hindus are considering migrating to India.
Relatives of missing persons have set up camp outside the Parliament House in Islamabad. But will the government help them?
The real debate in regard to Balochistan is not about the exact number of missing people, but rather about the government’s failure to exert its authority in the province.
Has Balochistan been alienated to the point of no return, or is there a way out?
The murder of Brahamdagh Bugti’s sister in Karachi further inflames a fast deteriorating situation in Balochistan.
Amir Mateen takes a look at the multifarious problems affecting Balochistan that have resulted in what he calls a “monumental mess.”
Have the hereditary rulers, planted on the Baloch by the British, done a disservice to their people? Is it the army or the unfair feudal system which is the cause of Balochistan’s ills?