June 06, 2022
Published 22 days ago
ISLAMABAD—Retired military officers and other participants Monday chanted slogans during a press conference in Islamabad when journalist Matiullah Jan asked a question.
According to VOA Urdu, a group of former Pakistani army officers, in a press conference, accused the current government of corruption and demanded immediate elections.
However, the situation turned ugly when some participants refused to interact with Matiullah. The press conference was called off, and the question and answer session could not be held.
The participants, showing extreme displeasure, accused Matiullah of sabotaging the news conference and asked him to leave the scene.
Daily Times, January 30, 2018
If my call is so important to them, why don’t they answer it for 22 minutes?
How come when I want to, but something specific online is the only item out of stock.
When I get into a queue or lane going fast, the moment I get in, it becomes the slowest and refuses to budge.Read more... | Archives
A study conducted by JournalismPakistan.com and Communications Research Strategies on the economic situation of slain journalists' families and journalists displaced due to security threats.