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Journalists and fellowship antics

The general perception in the journalistic community in Pakistan is that the difficult part is managing to wangle a fellowship in a Western country, be it through the right connections, being at the right place at the right time, getting lucky, calling in a favor or blackmailing your way  Read more...

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Bikram Vohra The sounds of silence

I saw this stuffed fish on top of a fireplace, and beneath it, the caption read: “If I had kept my mouth shut, I wouldn't be here.” The glassy eyes still looked sad, like it wished it hadn't gone for the bait.

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Imroze, an Urdu language newspaper founded by Mian Iftikharuddin, started publishing in 1948 from Lahore. After the military coup in 1958 it was taken over by the military government. It was shut down in early 1991.