JournalismPakistan.com July 17, 2012
COLUMBIA, Mo. — A former USA Today editor and a Pakistani reporter who risked his life to cover the news are among this year's winners of the Missouri Honor Medal for Distinguished Service in Journalism.
The winners include former USA Today Editor Ken Paulson, current president of the First Amendment Center at Vanderbilt University and Umar Cheema, an investigative reporter for The News, Islamabad.
The other medalists are National Geographic photographer Jodi Cobb; Egyptian columnist Mona Eltahawy: Denver TV anchor John Ferrugia; Chinese magazine Editor Hu Shuli; Investigative Editor Jeff Leen of The Washington Post; New York magazine Editor-in-Chief Adam Moss; The New York Times' graphics department; and advertising executive Fred Papert.
The awards will be presented in October. - AP
Daily Times, October 29, 2016
Every so often we hear of some person who has been arrested for touching someone’s child. His defense is always that it was an innocent gesture of affection or that he was struck by a bout of homesickness and thinking of his own children back home and meant no harm.
Probably he did not mean anything untoward and one ...Read more...
Edited by Shorish Kashmiri, weekly Chattan was closed down on 22 April 1968 under the Defence of Pakistan Rules.
Zamir Qureshi, news manager PPI (then PPA), Lahore, was shot dead by unknown assailants in January 1965.