JournalismPakistan.com April 21, 2013
He will be taking care of JP’s news, marketing and sales requirements from Karachi and other cities in Sindh.
Mr. Khan has more than 44 years of experience in sales, marketing and business development. A twice Rotary Club president, Mr. Khan has had work experience in the UK as well as Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
“We are pleased to have Mr. Khan aboard JP,” said Imran Naeem Ahmad, Managing Editor and Co-Founder of JournalismPakistan.com. “Mr. Khan has rich experience in a number of fields and it is towards this diversity that we are leaning.”
“We have always intended to expand,” added Stephen Manuel, JournalismPakistan.com Chief Editor. “However, we want to make sure we have the right people with us.”
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The draconian Press and Publications Ordinance, enforced by the military government of Ayub Khan in 1960, was consistently used to close down newspapers and suppress freedom of press. However in 1984, the Federal Shariat Court termed the PPO unIslamic.
Kohistan, an Urdu daily edited by Nasim Hedjazi, was banned on 7 November 1963 for publishing "a false and baseless report".