Sunday May 12
Poll results suggest victory for Baloch nationalists
Although the Election Commission of Pakistan has not announced results yet; however, the unofficial results suggest a clear victory for the nationalist parties in the province.
Fri May 10, 2013
Four labourers die of suffocation in Mastung
QUETTA: At least four labourers working deep in well died of suffocation in Mastung district of Balochistan, official sources said on Friday.
Thu May 09, 2013
Balochistan shuts down over anti-election strike call
QUETTA: A complete shutter-down and wheel-jam strike was observed in Baloch dominant district of Balochistan on Thursday on the call of Baloch National Front against the general election.
Tue May 07, 2013
Several political workers killed, injured in various incidents
QUETTA/SWAVI - The residence of PML-N candidate and former federal minister Zubida Jalal was attacked with hand grenade in Kech district on Tuesday while two power pylons were exploded near Sibi and a school was exploded in Kohlu.
Mon May 06, 2013
Voice of America
In Pakistan's Baluchistan, Nationalist Parties Return to Contest Vote
Pakistani volunteers search for blast victims in the wreckage of a destroyed passenger bus following a bomb explosion in Mastung district, about 25 kilometres south of Quetta, the capital of insurgency-hit Baluchistan province, September 18, 2012.
Pakistani Politician, Polling Stations Attacked In Southwest Province
Balochistan Province has been the scene of extensive pre-election violence. Here, police and security officials collect evidence at the site of a bomb blast in Dera Allah Yar, in the Jaffarabad district of Balochistan, on March 22.
Four polling stations blown up in Pakistan
ISLAMABAD: Two girls' primary schools and another high school were attacked with bombs and rocket in District Barkhan and Mastung of Balochistan in Pakistan and fortunately no loss of life was reported.
Mon Apr 29, 2013
Army on the move to save elections
Deciding on concentrated troops deployment for polling stations under threats, the military leadership on Monday approved a security plan for national and regional polls it had earlier formulated in consultations with the election commission and the government.
Balochistan govt, teachers in impasse over election duty
The teachers have threatened to boycott the election duty in the entire province if the government goes ahead with its plan.
Fri Apr 26, 2013
Fed govt may include Gwadar linkages project in budget
Feasibility study of the project has been completed with an estimated cost of Rs 180.163 billion, according to the available official details.
Wed Apr 24, 2013
Torrential rains claim 6 lives in Balochistan
Staff report QUETTA: Torrential rains and subsequent flash floods wreaked havoc in parts of Balochistan on Wednesday and killed 6 people, including women and children in district Pasni and Turbat.