|Gwen Ifill Press Freedom Award for Dawn Editor Zaffar Abbas
The Committee to Protect Journalists will honor editor of Dawn newspaper Zaffar Abbas with the Gwen Ifill Press Freedom Award this November.<
|Journalists hold protests to denounce censorship
KARACHI — Journalists held nationwide protests Tuesday to denounce rampant censorship, massive layoffs due to budget cuts and months-long delays in paym
|The News on Sunday blunders big time
ISLAMABAD — In an embarrassing blunder, The News on Sunday splashed a picture of prominent journalist Mariana Baabar Pashteen along wit
|Media freedom in Karachi has worsened: press club president Imtiyaz Khan
ISLAMABAD — Imtiyaz Khan Faran, President of Karachi Press Club, says the situation and freedom for journalists working in Karachi have deteriorated in
|Journalists Umar Cheema and Azaz Syed back on Twitter
ISLAMABAD — Forced off Twitter almost a week ago, Jang Group journalists Umar Cheema (pictured, left) and Azaz Syed returned to the soc
|Iftikhar Ahmad quits 24 News for health reasons
ISLAMABAD — Prominent television anchor Iftikhar Ahmad has decided to quit 24 News for health reasons.
In a tweet Saturday,
|Journalist 'heckles' minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi over media freedom
LONDON — Amidst reports of growing press censorship in Pakistan, Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi was heckled by a Canadian journalist here allegin
|No media space for convicts or those under trial: government
ISLAMABAD — The government has decided that media should not be allowed to promote the narrative of convicted or under-trial persons, in a move that aim
|Shah Mehmood Qureshi rejects criticism over media freedom
LONDON — Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi said Thursday there was "no question of gagging" journalists after being challenged ab
|Nadeem Malik's interview of Maryam Nawaz blocked
ISLAMABAD — An interview of Maryam Nawaz on Hum TV by Nadeem Malik was taken off air minutes after it began Thursday.
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