KARACHI: Jang Group has decided to file civil and criminal lawsuits against Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chairman Imran Khan over his allegations which the group termed offensive and baseless.
Addressing his supporters in Lahore Monday, Khan lambasted Geo/Jang Group owner Mir Shakil-ur-Rehman for
LAHORE: Harassed by Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaaf supporters, Geo Television's popular newscaster and reporter Sana Mirza (pictured) broke down in tears while speaking live on the party's protest in Lahore Monday.
Geo News reported empty bottles were tossed at her. Other staffers also came
GENEVA: At least 128 journalists have been killed so far in 2014, according to the annual report of the Press Emblem Campaign. The 2013 tally was 129.
PEC Secretary-General Blaise Lempen said that 2014 was terrible for journalists. New conflicts for media workers opened in Ukrai
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Federal Union of Journalists (PFUJ) will hold a protest demonstration Tuesday against Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf for attacks on journalists in Kar
ISLAMABAD: Islamabad High Court Monday restricted an Inter-Ministerial Committee for Evaluation of Websites (IMCEW) from issuing orders to take down content from web
ISLAMABAD: Lahore Press Club has awarded honorary life-time membership to singer-turned-actor Ali Zafar at a ceremony held at the club.
The Express Tribune reported Zafar told journalists
ISLAMABAD: Journalists Foundation Pakistan posthumously awarded a gold medal to journalist Siraj-ud-Din for his services in the field.
Siraj was associated with The Nation as a reporter and his career in the field spanned over two decades. During rise of the Taliban in
Two things that ticked me off yesterday. One, three occasions when three idiots parked their vehicles on the white line ensuring that they had invaded the second square so that when you came back to your car there was 5.6 inches between your door and the side of that badly parked car and you h ...Read more...
Zamir Qureshi, news manager PPI (then PPA), Lahore, was shot dead by unknown assailants in January 1965.