KARACHI: Relatives and colleagues mourn around the body of Taimoor Abbas, an employee of Samaa TV, who was shot dead while reporting an attack on a police vehicle in Karachi on February 12. - AFP
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Daily Times, December 22, 2016
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Salamat Ali, a Pakistani correspondent of the Hong Kong-based Far Eastern Review, was sentenced to one-year by a military tribunal on 29 November 1979 in Rawalpindi. Arrested on 13 November, Mr Ali, 45, was brought to the military court in chains where a major passed the sentence. The reporter was found guilty for writing an article – An Upheaval is Forecast – on the volatile situation of Balochistan. It was published on 19 October 1979.
During the first seven years (1947-53) of Pakistan, in Punjab alone, 31 newspapers were banned.