ISLAMABAD - Communication Research Strategies (CRS) and JournalismPakistan.com kicked off a project focusing on economic security of slain journalists’ families or those displaced, by holding a consultation with stakeholders at the Islamabad Hotel on February 22. The project titled ‘Surviving the Story’ involves conducting a research on the issue in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, engage in consultations with media practitioners and other stakeholders and come up with policy recommendations.
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Daily Times, January 2, 2017
We all have favorite daydreams. The ones we reel off on the megaplex screen in our minds at 2:00 am when sleep has done the disappearing act and we are either cricket champions bringing home the World Cup or celebrity singers belting out big hits to an audience of thousands or Oscar winners giving 'thank you' speeches or pre ...Read more...
The Press and Publications Ordinance was replaced by Registration of Printing Press and Publications Ordinance (PPPO) in 1988.
On December 25, 1952, The Evening Times (later Times of Karachi) published a front-page editorial and a cartoon accusing the government of plunging the country into chaos. On December 30 Z A Suleri, printer publisher Khurshid Alam, and cartoonist N.M. Katpal were arrested on charges of sedition.