June 29, 2019
KARACHI —Senior journalist Anil Datta, 70, who worked for The News died here on Friday afternoon.
The News reported that Datta was at the Karachi Press Club when he passed away.
The paper said that Datta, who belonged to the Christian community, was known for his polite demeanor and impeccable English language skills. A bachelor, he dedicated his life to journalism.
He was a graduate of Government College Lahore and later settled in Karachi where he began his career in journalism.
During his career, he served as a sub-editor and reporter at Pakistan Gulf Economist, Business Recorder, Dawn, and The News.
He wrote prolifically on art and culture.
The News, October 11, 2017
If my call is so important to them, why don’t they answer it for 22 minutes?
How come when I want to, but something specific online is the only item out of stock.
When I get into a queue or lane going fast, the moment I get in, it becomes the slowest and refuses to budge.Read more... | Archives
A study conducted by JournalismPakistan.com and Communications Research Strategies on the economic situation of slain journalists' families and journalists displaced due to security threats.