ISLAMABAD: A senior journalist, kidnapped on Friday in Jamrud town in Khyber tribal region while going home from work has been freed.
ISLAMABAD: Waqar Satti (pictured), a former president of Rawalpindi-Islamabad Union of Journalists (RIUJ) has joined 92 News Television that is likely to start its
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan's unwanted distinction of being the most dangerous place for media persons has prompted Jamaat-e-Islami to seek foolproof security for
ISLAMABAD: Medialogic Pakistan (Pvt) Ltd, the national TV ratings provider, officially launched its new service comprising 20 cities and 1,000 plus households.
You go out for a Chinese dinner, these scenarios invariably occur:
The menus are usually the size of refugee tents. Everyone studies them like they were swotting for the SATS and then orders sweet corn chicken soup, fried rice, chop suey and sweet and sour chicken ...Read more...
On 18 April 1959 the Pakistan Times was taken over by the military government of General Ayub Khan.