Balochistan Voices Online Newspaper Launched

Quetta: Balochistan Voices English-Language Online newspaper has been officially launched on 7 PM, 20th February 2016.
Balochistan Voices is a volunteer driven online newspaper that mainly focuses on socio-economic issues of Balochistan.
At the moment, Balochistan Voices is in its testing phase and will not be updated on daily basis. It will be updated with a gap of two or three days. Balochistan Voices will be updated on daily basis once the entire systems and news reporting procedures settle down, hopefully by the second week of March.
Formal launching ceremony of Balochistan Voices is also planned in second week of March in Quetta.
Balochistan Voices will carry out news reporting without any political affiliation and inclinations. All political parties will be treated in the same way and given coverage based on the importance of news items released by them.

We vow to make Balochistan Voices a difference maker for people of Balochistan

Again, it’s important to mention that Balochistan Voices is not a self-sustainable media outlet and depends on the support of the society at large. You can help Balochistan Voices by promoting it within your circles, contributing news stories and articles for it and donating for it in your capacity.
We would like to thank everyone who participated and still participating in our trend #BalochistanVoices on twitter.
We urge all our readers and supporters to LIKE our Facebook page and Follow us on twitter.
In the end, we thank everyone who helped us in the launch of the newspaper. We vow to make Balochistan Voices a difference maker for people of Balochistan.
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Adnan Aamir is founder and Editor of Balochistan Voices. He also works as an independent journalist covering politics, economy, and development. He is Digital Security Fellow of Reporters Without Borders 2019. He has also completed Chevening South Asian Journalism fellowship from the University of Westminster in 2018.