November 29, 2021
ISLAMABAD—One of Pakistan's finest and most respected journalists, Muhammad Ziauddin, passed away after a brief illness in Islamabad at 83.
He was a former editor of The News, Dawn, and Express Tribune, and his career spanned five decades, serving as a reporter, editor, and analyst.
Mr. Ziauddin was born in 1938 in Madras (now Chennai). After the partition, his family moved to Dhaka in 1952. Later, they moved to West Pakistan in 1960, when he was 21 years old. Three years later, he enrolled at the University of Karachi to study journalism.
After completing his masters in journalism, he launched Pakistan Spotlight. However, one of his first jobs was with Pakistan's only private news agency back then, Pakistan Press Agency. It was later renamed Pakistan Press International (PPI).
Due to his critical condition, he had also been put on a ventilator this month.
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