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Rashid Dar

 

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Country/City : Islamabad
Organization : Akhbar-e-Punjab, Shashca Newspaper,
Designation : Columnist
Experience : 5 years
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Our media's embarrassing degeneration

Certainly there are more reporters and journalists now than when I was in active journalism. But this doesn’t necessarily mean more is better. On the contrary, it has proved just the opposite. An indication of just how much the quality of Pakistan’s media has degenerated since th Read more...

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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.