Kech’s grinding wheel could point to an ancient civilization

By Amjid Ali If you go with the local legends in Kech, the hole in the middle of the grinding wheel could contract or expand...

Colours of Gwadar Book Fesitval

By Suleman Hashim Outstanding performances by artists and sculpture display by local students received huge appreciation from attendees in Gwadar Book Festival, organized by RCDC. Gawadar...

Hindu Temples Closed On Security Pretext

By Dharmindar Balach Pak Voices, Rahim Yar Khan Hindu community has lived in the Cholistan Desert for centuries and temples form an integral part of their...

Baloch Keep the tradition of ‘Mashkeza’ Alive

By Balach Qadir You will be surprised to know that the tradition of using ‘Mashk’ (goatskin used as water bag) is still alive in many parts...

A History of Gwadar: Harbor village to emerging Port City

The longest district along the Makran coast which is an emerging port city today, has a rather intriguing history. Gwadar was originally the legacy...