November 26, 2018
ISLAMABAD – The News blundered big time on Monday repeating a four-column story on pages facing each other.
Headlined ‘NAB does not believe in victimisation’, the paper splashed the news first on Page 4, and then again on Page 5.
Stories do get repeated but are often hard to notice as they are published well apart.
A journalist who did not want to be named pointed out that the story did not merit such a display in the first place because it was based on a NAB press release.
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