July 09, 2017
KARACHI - Abdullah Zafar, a reporter with The Nation in Karachi was picked up by ‘people in plainclothes’ from his home Sunday, the Freedom Network reported.
The network, Pakistan's first watchdog organization to monitor press freedom violations, demanded his safe return.
In June a group of men wearing both plainclothes and uniforms of the Frontier Corps stormed the house of his journalist Zafar Achakzai in Quetta and took him away.
He was detained for several days for sharing content on social media against the security forces. He was released on bail by a judge this week.
Daily Times, December 22, 2016
Do you ever get the sneaky suspicion that these days you pay less for the product and more for the packaging and, what’s most surprising is that you actually believe you are coming out on top?
Look my little buttercup, what lovely stuff I bought.
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On 14 August 1947 Radio Pakistan started its broadcast with two small medium wave stations broadcasting 18 hours a day with transmitting power of 15 kilowatts, covering six percent of the area and 21 percent of the population.
The Civil & Military Gazette which started publication in 1872 from Lahore, Karachi and Simla, was closed down in September 1963.