Governing body meeting of National Press Club, Islamabad.
A course in 'Advanced Reporting: Focus on Feature Writing', conducted by Center for Excellence in Journalism, Karachi.
PEMRA panel discussion with journalists, television anchors, members of civil society, and general public as part of its new initiative - 'Code of Conduct - A Collective Responsibility'; at Marriott Islamabad from 10:00am-2:00pm.
Elections of National Press Club, Islamabad; from 10:00am to 8:00pm.
Announcement of final list of candidates running for National Press Club, Islamabad elections at 11:00pm.
Withdrawal of nomination papers ahead of National Press Club, Islamabad elections; maximum by 10:00pm.
Hearing of objections ahead of National Press Club elections from 4:00pm to 7:00pm.
Filing of objections on nomination papers for National Press Club, Islamabad elections from 4:00pm to7:00pm.
Examination of papers by interested candidates for National Press Club, Islamabad polls from 4:00pm to 7:00pm.
A seminar on 'Providing security to journalists through legislation', at National Press Club, Islamabad at 12:00pm; organized by NPC and Freedom Network.
Display of scrutiny and initial list of candidates for National Press Club elections.
Elections of Lahore Press Club, at the club premises from 8:00am-6:00pm.
Receiving of nomination papers ahead of National Press Club, Islamabad elections; from 3:00pm to 7:00pm..
Annual General Body Meeting of National Press Club, Islamabad at 12:00pm.
Agahi Journalism Awards, at National Library, Islamabad
The release of Committee to Protect Journalists' annual report on journalists killed in relation to their work, on www.cpj.org
Release of yearly census of imprisoned journalists worldwide by Committee to Protect Journalists, on www.cpj.org
The editor, one of its owners, and the printer of Pakistan Observer, a premier English daily published from Dacca, were arrested under the Public Safety Act in February 1952 for publishing an editorial severely criticizing Prime Minister Nazimuddin.
On 20 December 1972 Radio Pakistan was made a statutory organization - Pakistan Broadcasting Corporation (PBC).