ISLAMABAD: A journalist's life is often a perilous one in Pakistan, a country deemed one of the world's most dangerous for journalists, especially since mil
WASHINGTON: He says that he is the only reporter to ever be barred by FIFA president Sepp Blatter (pictured) -- and veteran investigative journalist Andrew Jennings
KARACHI: Associate Vice President Human Resource Department at Axact and BOL Media Group, Noman Ali Rajput was shot dead near North Nazimabad in the wee hours of Th
ISLAMABAD: Reham Khan, broadcast journalist and wife of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chairman Imran Khan, Wednesday dismissed a report published in UK's Daily Mail questioning her journalism course that she is said to have registered for.
She said that she has never clai
ISLAMABAD: A reunification committee comprising senior journalists that strived to resolve differences between rival factions of Pakistan Federal Union of Journalists (PFUJ) has been dissolved.
A member of the committee, not wanting to be identified, tells JournalismPakista
ISLAMABAD: The management of Capital TV agreed Monday to pay salaries and clear all outstanding staff dues in two installments following pressure from National Press Club and Rawalpindi-Islamabad Union of Journalists (RIUJ).
The NPC and RIUJ reached an agreement with HB
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The declaration of monthly Afkar, Karachi, edited by Sehba Luckhnawi, was cancelled in June 1965, under the Press and Publications Ordinance 1965 on the pretext that the magazine failed to appear consecutively for three months.