|PFUJ condemns hooliganism at Dawn office in Islamabad
ISLAMABAD — The Pakistan Federal Union of Journalist (PFUJ) has strongly condemned the hooliganism at the office of Dawn and blocking its entry and exit
|CPJ launches 2019 #FreeThePress campaign
|Mob blocks gates of Dawn offices in Islamabad
ISLAMABAD — A group of about 100 people gathered outside the offices of Dawn on Monday, blocking the gates for almost three hours.
|Shahzada Zulfiqar elected president of PFUJ, Nasir Zaidi as secretary-general
KARACHI — Shahzada Zulfiqar (pictured, left) and Nasir Zaidi (right) got elected as the president and secretary-general respectively of Pakistan Federal
|Female journalist killed by her husband in Lahore
Urooj Iqbal, a female journalist, was shot and killed by her husband on International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women.
|Journalists attend workshop on Sustainable Agriculture in Bhurban
BHURBAN — Speakers at a two-day workshop on ‘Sustainable Agriculture’ stressed the need for adoption of innovative and latest agricultural t
|A new low in journalism -The News copy-pastes Dawn story
ISLAMABAD — The level of journalism fell to a new low — The News copy-pasting a story published in Dawn on its back page.
|AGAHI Awards honor 47 journalists for excellence in journalism
ISLAMABAD — The AGAHI Awards, recognized and honored 47 journalists for media excellence and ethics on Monday.
The organizers received
|CPJ gala recognizes courageous journalists from developing democracies
|Former sports editor of Gulf News and Dawn Rehan Siddiqui dies
ISLAMABAD – Rehan Siddiqui, a former sports editor at Gulf News and Dawn, died in London on Saturday. He was 76.
Siddiqui lived in England fo
With hundreds of newspapers, TV channels and FM radio stations, Pakistani media today report everything under the sun – well almost everything. And there is no fear of being permanently closed down, save for financial reasons.
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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.