January 11, 2017
Published 13 days ago
ISLAMABAD – Ghulam Murtaza, a Royal News Television bureau chief in Islamabad, has joined an Urdu language newspaper to be brought out by 92 News Group soon.
He has been hired as a senior correspondent and will be reporting on economy, telecom sector, commerce and Federal Board of Revenue.
A senior journalist, Murtaza has worked for several news organizations during his career. He has been with Daily Jinnah, Al-Akhbar and weekly Pulse. He was a senior correspondent at Jehan Pakistan, in-charge news at News One TV, and correspondent at Business Plus TV, Khabrain, and Nawa-e-Waqat.
He is an expert in energy and economy.
Pakistan Observer, November 6, 2016
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