May 02, 2021
Published 9 days ago
ISLAMABAD—Columnist, political analyst, digital, print, and broadcast journalist Hassan Naqvi has joined Daily Times as the newspaper’s web editor.
Naqvi is an award-winning investigative journalist specializing in politics, economy, militancy, human rights, and regional affairs.
His responsibilities at Daily Times will be to plan all online content according to the publication's style, editorial policy, and publishing requirements. He will also be responsible for building and developing a team to manage and monitor the website and the social media presence of the group’s publication.
During his career, Naqvi has done more than 3,000 investigative pieces for the United Press International, The Friday Times, Express Tribune, Daily Times, Dawn, The Nation, The News, The News on Sunday, and Pakistan Today.
He was part of Capital TV’s launch team and served in various capacities. He was a crime reporter at The Express Tribune and later a political and business reporter for Pakistan Today and Profit.
Naqvi regularly appears on television talk shows as a political analyst. He also served as a content producer of Munizae Jahangir’s show (Spotlight) and Gharidah Farooqi’s show (G for Gharidah) on Aaj News. He is known for not mincing words in his analysis, news reports, and op-eds, and conducting hard-hitting interviews of high-profile people.
Hassan has a master's degree in mass communication from Beaconhouse National University with distinction and is presently pursuing his MPhil. He also teaches online journalism, data journalism, news reporting, editorial writing, and sub-editing courses at different universities.
Daily Times managing director and senior journalist, Kazam Khan said: “It is always a great pleasure to work with young dynamic journalists. Mr. Hassan Naqvi earns a wonderful reputation as an investigative journalist. I congratulate him for his new assignment as “web editor” for Daily Times. Best of Luck, Hassan.”
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