Saleem Sethi, anchor and an analyst with Khyber News, following a short illness. He began his career with the Frontier Post and later remained associated with The Muslim.
Zeeshan Niazi, a journalist associated with Chinese Xinhua news agency; of pollen allergy in Islamabad. He also had stints with The Express Tribune, Geo, and APP.
Masoom Usmani, Senior journalist, who during his career worked for Pakistan Television (PTV), Geo, Roshni TV, Aaj News, and Apna, of a heart attack in Karachi.
Muhammad Javed, 52, a photojournalist with The Express Tribune in Islamabad, of bone cancer.
Tauqeer Ghumman, 43, senior reporter with DawnNews Television in Lahore, of cardiac arrest.
Saleem Usmani, 52, City Editor of The News, of a heart attack in Rawalpindi. During his career he also worked for The Muslim, and Pakistan Observer.
Taimoor Abbas, 22, of Samaa TV, killed in a Taliban attack on the channel's news-gathering van, in Karachi.
Syed Shahid Hashmi, veteran journalist, broadcaster, unionist and poet; of pneumonia in a London hospital.
Muhammad Jan Sumalani, of Daily Qudrat and Brahvi language Daily Talaar, gunned down by unidentified assailants in Kalat, Balochistan.
Rukhsana Noor, 58, a journalist, poetess, film writer and producer following a prolonged illness, in Lahore. She was wife of film director, producer and script writer Syed Noor.
Rauf Sheikh, 59, Editor Coordination, The News, of respiratory complications, in Lahore. During his career he also worked with Pakistan Times and The Nation.
Edited by Shorish Kashmiri, weekly Chattan was closed down on 22 April 1968 under the Defence of Pakistan Rules.
The editor, one of its owners, and the printer of Pakistan Observer, a premier English daily published from Dacca, were arrested under the Public Safety Act in February 1952 for publishing an editorial severely criticizing Prime Minister Nazimuddin.