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BHRC expresses concern over continued human rights violations in Balochistan

London: Baloch Human Rights Council (UK) expressed extreme concern on the continuing human rights violations being perpetrated by the Pakistani state security agencies in Balochistan.  In a letter, dated 30/12/2018,  sent to the UN Secretary-General, it drew the attention of international community towards the plight of the family members whose beloved have been …

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Gwadar fishermen call off strike after successful negotiations

GWADAR: The protesting fishermen of the port city of Gwadar on Sunday called off their month-long strike after successful negotiations with officials of the provincial government and the Gwadar Port Authority. Official sources said that Gwadar Port Authority Chairman Mir Dostain Khan Jamaldini and the provincial government officials held negotiations …

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Gwadar airport billed to handle largest aircraft

BEIJING:  The work on the new international airport, vocational training centre and friendship hospital at Gwadar are likely to start in the first quarter of next year. Both the Chinese and Pakistani governments were discussing the modalities to use the Chinese grant to implement these projects, according to official sources …

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Zia Langove seeks three months time to resolve missing person issue

QUETTA: Provincial Home Minister Mir Zia Langove on Sunday visited protesting missing persons’ camp pledging to address missing persons’ issue in next three months after which the protesters have right to start chanting slogans against me. “Despite freezing temperature in Quetta, people of missing persons, sitting in camps and the …

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Over 311 killed in Balochistan violent incidents in 2018

QUETTA: Around 311 people lost their lives in 277 incidents of sectarian, religious violence, suicide attacks and targeted killings in 2018. The deceased included personnel of the Levies Force, police and Frontier Corps (FC) as well as civilians. The incidents that took place in Quetta and other towns and cities …

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افغان صدر کا انتخاب 20 جولائی کو ہو گا

واشنگٹن — افغانستان کے قومی الیکشن کمشن نے اعلان کیا ہے کہ افغانستان کے صدر کا انتخاب 20 جولائی کو ہو گا۔ کمشن کا کہنا ہے کہ صدارتی انتخاب ملتوی کرنے سے انتظامیہ کو ووٹنگ کی مکمل تیاری کرنے کا موقع مل جائے گا۔  یہ انتخاب اس سے قبل 20 …

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Drought affected Surab waiting for relief

QUETTA: The remote areas of District Sikandarabad (Surab) too are adversely affected of widespread drought and the affected people are waiting for government’s relief works. Owing to the negligence of local administration, the remote areas, including Marap Archino, and Siya Kumb of District Sikandarabad could not include into the list …

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لاپتہ افراد کا مسئلہ تین ماہ میں حل کیا جائے گا،ضیاء لانگو

کوئٹہ:وزیر داخلہ بلوچستان ضیاء اللہ لانگو نے کوئٹہ پریس کلب کے باہر لاپتہ افرادکے لواحقین کی جانب سے لگائے گئے کیمپ کا دورہ کیا ۔ اس موقع پر میڈیا سے گفتگو کرتے ہوئے ضیاء لانگو کا کہنا تھا کہ لاپتہ افراد کا مسئلہ تین ماہ میں حل کیا جائے گا …

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پاکستان اور افغانستان کی سرحد پر باڑ اور قعلے

پاکستان نے افغانستان کے ساتھ ڈھائی ہزار کلو میٹر طویل سرحد کے ساتھ ساتھ 233 قلعوں یا سرحدی چوکیوں کی تعمیر کا کام مکمل کر لیا ہے جبکہ 144 مزید قلعوں کی تعمیر پر کام ہو رہا ہے۔ سرکاری خبر رساں ادارے ایسوسی ایٹڈ پریس آف پاکستان (اے پی پی) …

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2018: A year of media suppression and rights abuses in Pakistan

Over the past year, there was a noticeable increase in attacks on freedom of expression and human rights in Pakistan. by Rabia Mehmood “Sneaky”, “sinister” and “Orwellian”are just some of the words Pakistani journalists and human rights defenders used to describe the censorship and growing clampdown on dissent, mainstream and social …

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