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PPF welcomes the Gambian courts verdict

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Pakistan Press Foundation (PPF) in a letter to Adama Barrow, President of the Republic of Gambia welcomed the issuance of arrest warrants for the accused in the killing of Deyda Hydara, a journalist and founder of independent Point Newspaper. PPF Secretary General Owais Aslam Ali in his letter appreciates courts verdict and hopes this will […]


PPP raises voice against enforced disappearances

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ISLAMABAD: Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Senator Farhatullah Babar said in the Senate on Friday that the complicated issue of enforced disappearances could not be fixed without legislation to reign in the state intelligence agencies. Senator Babar, raising a point of public importance, said that the Senate Human Rights Committee had, sometime back, proposed legislation, which […]


TV actors we want to see in cinema

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The recent Dear Maya debut of VJ-turned-actress Madiha Imam brought her to the limelight despite the fact that she had been acting on television for a few years now. Many people didn’t even know Madiha Imam until they found out about her film debut and then subsequently, her brilliant performance. Similarly, another TV actress, Mansha […]


FPCCI wants changes in Finance Bill 2017

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KARACHI:  While playing down fears of closing down business operations as a sign of protest, FPCCI President Zubair F Tufail warned the government of dire consequences if crippling clauses from the Finance Bill 2017 were not removed or replaced. “After a series of meetings and consultations with our Members of Trade Bodies throughout the country, […]


Journalists warned against recording parliamentary proceedings

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Islamabad –  National Assembly Speaker Sardar Ayaz Sadiq on Friday once again warned journalists against video recording proceedings inside the Parliament House, otherwise they would their entry passes would be cancelled. According to a notice issued by the National Assembly Secretariat any kind of video recording with mobile phones or other gadgets is strictly prohibited. […]