Balochistan Archive

Quetta train accident, 19 dead many injured

The death toll from a deadly Rawalpindi-bound train accident near Aab-e-Gum area of Bolan district in Balochistan has risen to 19. Officials on Wednesday

Repelling the Taliban Threat: Pakistan and its Coercive Policy

The Taliban is in transition. Its leadership council in Quetta—in Pakistan’s Balochistan province—announced recently that Mullah Akhtar Mansour would replace Mullah Mohammed Omar as

13 die in country wide floods, Rs. 500m relief announced for Chitral

As at least four people were killed on Wednesday when their pick-up truck was swept away by a seasonal stream in Khuzdar, Balochistan, raising

In the name of full disclosure

Christine Fair’s latest article addressing Indo-Pak relations is a predictable tirade against Pakistan’s ‘aggressive’ tendencies.  Her venomous rant—completely detached from the complex security environment

Husain Haqqani’s failed anti “China’s Pakistan Push”

Mr Husain Haqqani has once again targeted Pakistan. This time it was an extremely failed attempt at highlighting some “facts” why Pakistan – China