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Cable operators suspend transmission of private TV channels in Balochistan province due to threat

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The transmission of private news channels has been suspended in Quetta and the Baloch-dominated areas of Balochistan province since December 3, 2014 due to threats issued against cable operators by the nationalist outfit, Baloch Students Organisation (BSO). Earlier, BSO held a news conference during which it announced a boycott of all television news channels and […]

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Journalists protest murder of colleague

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QUETTA: The Balochistan Union of Journalists (BUJ) on Tuesday staged a protest demonstration outside the Press Club against the murder of their colleague, Mumtaz Alam, who was killed in Besima and life threats to senior journalist Imtiaz Alam. The protesting journalists, who were carrying placards and banners, chanted slogans in support of their demands. They […]

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Quetta journalists protest killing of colleagues

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QUETTA: Journalists in Balochistan staged a protest demonstration in Quetta against the killing of their colleague Ibrar Tanoli and others. According to reports, the protest was staged in front of the Quetta Press Club by the Balochistan Union of Journalists (BUJ). Journalists chanted slogans and carried placards and banners inscribed with their demands. They demanded […]

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Journalists walk out of House press gallery

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QUETTA: Journalists staged a walkout from Balochistan Assembly’s proceedings on Saturday to register their protest against the targeted killings of Express News employees. A technician, driver and a guard were shot dead when the channel’s stationary DSNG van was ambushed in Karachi on Friday. Journalists raised slogans against the killings, terming it an attack on […]

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