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|CPJ calls for arrest of reporter's killers
|Balochistan journos in Islamabad, visit APP
ISLAMABAD: A 15-member delegation of journalists from Balochistan on Tuesday visited the offices of Associated Press of Pakistan Read more...
|IFJ, PFUJ condemn Joiya murder
The International Federation of Journalists joins affiliate the Pakistan Federal Union of Journalists (PFUJ) in strongly condemning the killing of a journalis
|PML-N's relations with the press and media
LAHORE: Pakistan Muslim League –Nawaz (PML-N) is geared up to govern Pakistan, under the leadership of Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif. Third c
|Journalist shot dead 'for helping police'
MULTAN: A newspaper reporter was shot dead on Friday in Bahawalnagar apparently for helping police in an investigation, The Exp
|More talk than factual, educational content
KARACHI: Prime time monitoring by a European Union observer unit of six major Pakistani news channels on election coverage from April 8
|Army dismisses Amnesty report
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan army on Friday rejected a recent report by the Amnesty International that journalists in the country are under "serious threat" fro
|Pakistani journos under serious threat: AI
LONDON: Journalists in Pakistan are under “serious threat” from state security forces, some political parties and religious militant
|Woodrow scholarship for business scribe
WASHINGTON: The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Washington D.C., in collaboration with the Fellowship Fund for Pakist
|Pakistan's Endangered Press
More than 20 journalists have been murdered in reprisal for their work in Pakistan over the past decade. Not one case has been solved, not a single conviction
In 2002, an ordinance was issued by the military government of General Pervez Musharraf to set up the Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA) to “facilitate and regulate” private electronic media.