Saturday, July 4, 2020

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No peace for Balochistan

Nothing stops the Pakistani army from violating the Baloch people’s rights, not even natural calamities. There have been reports of enforced disappearances in Balochistan...

ساجد، پلیز واتَر کن

دلگۆش: اے نبشتانک نامیێن اهوالکار و ناول‌نویس مهمد هنیفا په بی بی سی اردوا نبشته کرتگ و تاج بلۆچا په بلۆچستان‌ٹایمزا بلۆچیا رجانک کرتگ ێکے...

The shelter from the storm

A letter to Sajid Hussain Hello Guru! Let’s make one thing clear. If you are expecting that I will write an eulogy or another emotional piece,...

Since our friend is missing

What I'm doing here is not right. How could I be writing about the disappearance of the man who took special interest in how...

Ali Haider: the trolley boy gets to join his missing father

The once-famous 11-year-old boy carrying a single-wheel trolley during the historic Long March to find his missing father is now a 16-year-old young man...

Mysterious bodies from Balochistan: ‘Only five per cent of them are...

This report, by Riaz Sohail, was published by the BBC Urdu service on March 13, 2019. Yousuf Murad has translated it from Urdu.   In a...

Enforced disappearances in Balochistan: an unresolved humanitarian crisis

By definition, enforced disappearance occurs when a person is, “arrested, detained or abducted against their will by or with the support of government officials,...

Caught in conflict: the Baloch women

On the outskirts of Quetta, just at the foothill of the Chiltan Mountain range, is a small town comprising over 10,000 people. The town...

Mass grave containing four bodies found in Balochistan

A mass grave was found in Balochistan’s Panjgur district on 17 July, 2018, containing four bodies decomposed beyond recognition. Relatives of missing persons, a term...

Tales from the dungeon: Haji Naseer

In the Tales from the Dungeon series of Balochistan Times, former victims of enforced disappearance recount their ordeal. Haji Naseer was one of the...
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