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Covid claims four lives, over 10,000 test positive in a day across Bangladesh

Covid-19 infection rate over 40 percent in Rajshahi division

News cannot be broadcast on YouTube: Hasan Mahmud

Coronavirus: Flouters to be booked by law enforcement

Chief Justice, wife test positive for Covid-19, admitted to BSMMU

Pakistan: Blast injures six in Quetta

Islamabad, July 2: At least six people were injured as an explosion occurred in front of Askari Park on Quetta's Airport Road in Pakistan's Balochistan area on Thursday, media reports said.

Pakistan: Gunmen kill 11 coal miners in Machh coal field

Quetta: Armed men opened fire and killed at least eleven coal miners in Pakistan's Machh coal field on Sunday, media reports said.

Protests erupt in Pakistan over activist Karima Baloch's death

Karachi: Protests have taken place in several regions in Balochistan and in Karachi city against the sudden death of activist Karima Baloch in Canada.

Sindh and Balochistan threaten Pakistan's existence: Former Pakistani diplomat

Dhaka, December 3: Hussain Haqqani, a former Pakistani ambassador to the United States, recently said that Pakistan considers Sindh and Balochistan a threat to its very existence and that is why Prime Minister Imran Khan has given them special status.

Pakistan: Unknown gunmen kill Balochi language singer Hanif Chamrok

Unknown gunmen recently shot dead Balochi language singer Hanif Chamrok  in Pakistan's  Turbat city.

Enforced disappearances: Sindhi Baloch Forum to hold protest on Aug 30 in London

London: Marking the International Day of the Victims of Enforced Disappearances, The Sindhi Baloch Forum (SBF) will stage a protest outside the Houses of Parliament in London on Aug 30.

Washington: Sindhi Foundation holds protests outside Pakistan envoy's residence

Washington: Protesting against forced disappearances, a US-based Sindhi organisation, along with Balochis and Pashtuns, on Saturday demonstrated outside the residence of Pakistan's Ambassador to the US, Asad Majeed Khan, here.

Canada-based Baloch leader describes Aug 14 as 'Black Day', slams Pakistan Army

Vancouver: A senior Baloch leader has described the Pakistan’s Independence Day as ‘Black Day’ in the history of humankind as the country’s Army continues to kill, rob, rape, convert people and grab lands of Baloch people.

Reporters Without Borders warns Pakistan authorities against threatening journalists living abroad

Paris: Reporters Without Borders (RSF), a Paris-based non-profit organisation, has said it is shocked by a leaked Pakistani government internal memo about stopping the “rhetoric against Pakistan” of six journalists based abroad.

UN should intervene to stop the ethnic cleansing of the indigenous people of Balochistan: Tarek Fatah

Pakistan-born Canadian author Tarek Fatah has said it is time for UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres to intervene and stop the slaughter and ethnic cleansing of the indigenous people of Balochistan.

Baloch poet rejects literary award from Pakistan govt due to state’s oppressive policies

Islamabad/IBNS: A Baloch poet has rejected an academic award from Pakistan citing the Imran Khan government’s policies ‘inflicted’ on Balochistan that have ‘subjugated’ the populace.

Senior Baloch leader warns Karachi stock exchange attack is a warning to Pakistan, China to quit Balochistan

A Baloch leader has claimed that the recent attack on the Pakistan Stock Exchange building in Karachi on Monday is acting as a warning to Pakistan and China to quit Balochistan.

Protest in Balochistan over detention of students for agitating in demand for internet

Quetta: Local workers of Balochistan National Party-Mengal (BNP-M) and Baloch Students Organization Pajjar (BSO-Pajjar) protested in Dalbandin against the detention of agitating students by the Quetta Police last week.

Police arrest students who protest to demand for internet to attend online classes in Balochistan

Quetta: Police on Wednesday arrested over two dozen students in Quetta as they protested from Quetta Press Club to Balochistan Assembly to demand for access to the internet to attend online classes.

Two journalists tortured for reporting on a coronavirus quarantine centre in Pakistan, probe ordered

Islamabad: Authorities in Pakistan have launched an investigation into the torture of two journalists in Chaman region of the country.