The National Press Club held a candlelight vigil to mourn the dead in the terrorist attack on Army Public School in Peshawar on December 16. - Photo courtesy: NPC
Members of National Press Club (Islamabad) who attended the General Body meeting on December 9. - Photo courtesy: NPC
Journalists hold placards during a break in the 'Martyrs of Journalism' seminar, organized by National Press Club and Rawalpindi-Islamabad Union of Journalists.
A delegation of Indian journalists visited National Press Club, Islamabad on November 8 and met Afzal Butt, President of Pakistan Federal Union of Journalists (PFUJ) and office-bearers of the press club.
Journalists in Islamabad, led by Afzal Butt, President Pakistan Federal Union of Journalists (PFUJ), hoisted a black flag at the National Press Club to condemn the November 3, 2007 emergency. The PFUJ also observed the International UN Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists. - Photo courtesy Syed Khalid Gardazi.
To protect the constitution and democracy, journalists in Islamabad continue to stage the Jamhoor Camp in front of National Press Club. - (Photo courtesy National Press Club)
Stones and broken glass litter the pavement just outside Geo offices in Islamabad which were attacked by protesters of Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf and Pakistani Awami Tehreek on August 31.
BOL HITS THE ROAD: A BOL Television van seen on an Islamabad road. The channel is yet to go on air. - JournalismPakistan.com photo
Journalists in Islamabad protest the conviction of three Al-Jazeera Television reporters by an Egyptian court. - Photo courtesy Afzal Javed
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif visited the family of his personal photographer Zulfiqar Balti who died following an illness on Monday June 9. - Photo courtesy: Shabbir Wahgra
Hamid Mir, who survived an April attack by gunmen in Karachi, waves as he leaves the Supreme Court after his appearance before the judicial commission in Islamabad on May 19
Senior journalist Nasir Zaidi who stood up to dictator Gen Ziaul Haq's high-handedness in dealing with media rights and freedom, and was flogged for doing so, is garlanded at a seminar titled Youm-e-Azam, organized by Rawalpindi-Islamabad Union of Journalists (RIUJ) and National Press Club in Islamabad.
The Pakistani community in United Kingdom during a recent protest demanded fair investigation and high security for Geo Television presenter Hamid Mir who is in hospital after being attacked in Karachi by unidentified gunmen on April 19.
Journalists in Karachi stage a protest over an attack on Geo Television presenter Hamid Mir, who sustained multiple bullet wounds. He remains under treatment at a Karachi hospital.
A vendor selling chaat and gol gappay promotes his business by using pictures of Geo Television's newscasters and anchors. - Photo courtesy @faizanlakhani
Azhar Abbas (Left), President and CEO of BOL News presents as memento of appreciation to the Federal Minister for Information, Broadcasting and National Heritage, Pervaiz Rasheed on the occasion of Axact Team Meet 2013-14 held at PAF Museum, Karachi on April 5.
Canadian-born Kathy Gannon, Associated Press Special Regional Correspondent for Afghanistan and Pakistan, who was wounded Friday (April 4) while on assignment in Afghanistan. She was shot twice but is said to be in a stable condition. - AP Photo
KARACHI: An Express News Television DSNG without a number plate on a Karachi street. - Photo By Ali Shafiq @alishafiq89
ISLAMABAD: Journalist Afzal Javed holds a placard during a protest March 20 organized by Pakistan Federal Union of Journalists (PFUJ) to condemn the growing violence against the media in the country.
ISLAMABAD: Journalists from across the country stage a sit-in March 20 in front of the Parliament House to condemn the growing violence against the media.
ISLAMABAD: Journalists protest the killing of photojournalist/reporter Abrar Tanoli in Mansehra by unidentified gunmen. Tanoli was shot in the neck on March 2 and died in an Abbottabad hospital the following day.
Winners of Rutgers WPF Competitive Media Awards with the organizers.
Veteran journalist and trade unionist Abdul Hameed Chapra (centre) during a recent visit to the Karachi Press Club.
Islamabad journalists protest the illegal detention in Egypt of three Al-Jazeera English Television journalists for more than 50 days. They demanded their immediate release.
PROTEST: Senior journalist Fozia Shahid speaks to media during a protest organized by Pakistan Federal Union of Journalists (PFUJ) in Islamabad against the killing of Abb Takk Television correspondent Shan Dhar. He was shot dead by unidentified gunmen in district Larkana on December 31, 2013 and passed away on New Year's Day in hospital.
PROTEST: The Pakistan Federal Union of Journalists (PFUJ) protest in Gujranwala the killing of Abb Takk Television correspondent Shan Dhar who was shot dead by unidentified gunmen in district Larkana on December 31, 2013. He passed away on New Year's Day in hospital.