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LAHORE: For the first time in the political history of Pakistan, dictatorial fists are not in a position to muzzle the press or media outlets. However, irresponsible use of freedom will be followed by a trust deficit between 'watchful media' and its consumers.
With the elections around the
ISLAMABAD: My colleague Imran Naeem has been bugging me again. "Give me a story," he demands. I send him a list and point out, quite unequivocally too I must add, that I'm not in the mood to write anything serious. I've been busy working on my book and need a break from writing. But he has this bulldog-
Pakistan’s status as a frontline state in a global conflict continues to deepen ethnic and sectarian fractures and the past 12 months have seen a further deterioration in the safety environment for journalists, says a report on South Asia launched by the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) on the occasion of World Press Freedo
LAHORE: Reporting on elections in any country is not easy. There are a number of aspects one must cover - the parties, their agenda, manifesto, policies, candidates, past history, statistics, analysis and even anecdotes.
The dynamics differ every time. This time the ante for the media in Pakistan
Hahahahaha….no revelation. Cricketers cheat. Big deal, not as if we didn’t know that the circus has been in town for years, so why the howl of anguish and surpri ...Read more...