01 September 2014

Showdown in Islamabad

Courtesy: Sharnoff's Global Views

Political showdown in Islamabad, capital of Pakistan, has reached its boiling point. Police attacked the peaceful protestors of two political parties without any provocation. The course of events that followed, from last night onwards, have exposed the brutality of the government of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.

27 August 2014

Death Anniversary of Nawab Akbar Bugti

Courtesy: The Balochistan Point

Today is the 8th death anniversary of Nawab Akbar Bugti. The events related to his assassination are still shrouded in mystery. However, everyone knows that he was assassinated on the orders of Musharraf who congratulated his troops after his assassination. Later on, the dictator backtracked form his statements and alleged that Nawab Akbar Bugti had committed suicide. There is no doubt that Assassination of Akbar Bugti was the triggering point for the 5th round of conflict in Balochistan. The man responsible for the tragic assassination of former chieftain of Bugti tribe is Pervez Musharraf. As long as he is not punished for his crimes there is no way the situation in Balochistan can be pacified.

Saving democracy in Pakistan

Courtesy: The Balochistan Point

Sit-ins of both Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) and Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) are taking place in Islamabad for last 9 days. The call for revolution by Tahir ul Qadri and the demand to dissolve Nawaz Sharif government, on pretext of election riggings, by Imran Khan has created a storm in Political landscape of Pakistan. There is no doubt that the method of bringing change in the government and system by both agitating parties is entirely wrong. Similarly, any military intervention will result in ultimate destruction of Pakistan. However, one can’t ignore all those who have jumped the bandwagon to save democracy in Pakistan. 

14 August 2014

Youth Essay Competition - Result


Winner of Youth Essay Competition is Mariyam Mohammed Suleman.

Top three position holders Youth Essay competition:

1) Mariyam Mohammed Suleman

2) Muhammad Zia Muneer

3) Aziz Ullah Kakar    AND    Asad Hussain

Top Essay:

Read the essay written by Winner which has been published in The Balochistan Point.


First three position holders will be sent Certificates of Achievements and rest of the participants will be sent letter of participation in next few days.

Congratulations to all the winners.

Future Plans:

I would like to thank all the participants of the essay participation.

Next Year this Essay Competition will also be conducted, Inshallah!

04 August 2014

Youth Essay Competition

The Role of Youth in development of Balochistan

This essay competition is a part of  1000 Youth Actions campaign launched by Chanan Development Association.


The Role of Youth in development of Balochistan

  • People from any age group can participate in this competition.
  • Essays must be in range of 700 - 1000 words and written in English
  • Essays must be submitted in the form of a MS-Word document.


  • Last date of submission of Essays is 12th August, 2014.

Send Essays to:

  • Essays should be emailed to: Youth.Competition@Outlook.com


  • Name of the winners will be declared on 14th August.
  • Top three Essay writers will be awarded certificates.
  • Number one Essay will be published on The Balochistan Point and other social Media platforms.
This competition is closed now. Check back next year.