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Brahumdagh Bugti meets Kofi Annan in Geneva

thumbnail imageBritain has granted political asylum to Baluch leader Nawabzada Hyrbyair Marri, tacitly acknowledging that the life of fiery Baluch nationalist leader was at risk if returned to Pakistan.

How Pakistan Monitors Net Traffic

thumbnail imageOther Narus global customers include the national telecommunications authorities in Pakistan and Saudi Arabia -- two countries that regularly register alongside Egypt near the bottom of Human Rights Watch's world report.

Hyrbyair Marri wins his asylum appeal

thumbnail imageBritain has granted political asylum to Baluch leader Nawabzada Hyrbyair Marri, tacitly acknowledging that the life of fiery Baluch nationalist leader was at risk if returned to Pakistan.

Herald exclusive: An interview with Asma Jahangir

thumbnail imageIntelligence agencies in Pakistan are functioning without any law supporting their creation and functioning.

Why we should worry about Balochistan

thumbnail imageWorsening violence in Balochistan is going largely unnoticed as Pakistan slides ever deeper into crisis. The province has become the epicentre for regional warfare - threatening stability in Pakistan, Afghanistan and Iran, reports guest columnist Ahmed Rashid.

Tracing the disappeared

thumbnail imageTHE report of the judicial commission set up last year to probe cases of involuntary disappearances has not been officially released. But the extracts from it carried by the media contain enough evidence of gross abuse of power by the intelligence and law-enforcing agencies that no modern government can choose to ignore.

U.S. asked to explain why it is training Islamist Frontier Corps in Balochistan

thumbnail imageA leader of an American organization working for an independent Balochistan has asked the State Department to explain why U.S. Marines were still training the dreaded Frontier Corps which is killing Baloch patriots extra judicially in Texas-sized Balochistan in southwest Asia.

Rallies in London, Karachi and Quetta protest Baloch missing persons

thumbnail imageThe families of several illegally detained Baloch persons are continuing their token hunger strike protests in Karachi and Quetta.

Judiciary, parliament silent on Baloch issues

thumbnail imageIn an exclusive interview with the Sanaullah Baloch, Viewpoint spoke about the Balochistan imbroglio and possibilities of rapprochement with Islamabad.

93 Suspects Detained in Quetta

thumbnail imageQUETTA: Quetta police rounded up 93 suspects for their alleged involvement in different crimes, including opening fire on police and kidnappings for ransom, Deputy Inspector General (DIG) (Operations), Hamid Shakil told reporters while addressing a news conference on Sunday.

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