Journalists in Quetta hold a protest on December 8 demanding security for journalists and news organizations. There has been a surge in attacks on media houses in recent weeks. - Photo courtesy Malik Achakzai
Relatives, journalists and residents carry the coffin of television journalist Hafeez ur Rehman who was gunned down by unidentified men in Kohat on November 22, 2015. - AFP
RAWALPINDI: A billboard announces the return to the screen of popular television anchor Mubasher Luqman. - JournalismPakistan.com photo
QUETTA: Journalists in Quetta attend a protest rally (September 10) to condemn the attack on media persons in Karachi. Gunmen shot dead two media workers in 24 hours. - Xinhua
KARACHI: Salman Iqbal, CEO of ARY Television announces take over of BOL News on August 18, in Karachi. - Photo courtesy: @shehzadhkhan
ISLAMABAD: Journalists stage a sit-in in front of the Parliament House on August 10 demanding that BOL News Television's bank accounts be unfrozen and the channel's license be reinstated.
Journalists representing different media houses protest against 'media seths' for reportedly conspiring against BOL News Television, at the National Press Club, Islamabad on May 21.
Chaudhry Ishaque, Vice President of Rawalpindi-Islamabad Union of Journalists addresses a Press Freedom Day rally on May 3, organized by RIUJ and National Press Club in Islamabad.
Multimedia journalist Muhammad Irfan Haider of Dawn receives the Best Journalist Agahi Award on April 25 in Islamabad. He was also honored in 2013 for his work on conflict reporting in Dawn.
Journalists based in Islamabad hold a protest outside National Press Club April 19 to press for release of a judicial commission report on the attack on Geo News journalist Hamid Mir.
Speaker National Assembly Sardar Ayaz Sadiq administers oath to newly-elected office-bearers of Parliamentary Reporters Association at the Parliament House, Islamabad on March 24.
Journalists led by President of Pakistan Federal Union of Journalists (PFUJ) Afzal Butt and Shahryar Khan, President National Press Club, held a candle light vigil for Reuters journalist Maria Golovnina, who was found dead in Islamabad on February 23.
A candle light vigil to honor the journalists who lost their lives in the Alamdar Road twin blasts in Quetta last year was held outside the Quetta Press Club on January 10. - Photo courtesy: Khudai Noor Nasar