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Journalist shot dead

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Muhammad Sohail Khan (30), a reporter working for the daily K2 Times and AVT television channel was shot dead in the Hattar area of Haripur on October 16. Haripur is the main city of the Haripur District in the Hazara region of Khyber Pukhtunkhwa province of Pakistan. Khan was returning after having submitted an application in DPO office about getting threats from local drug dealer Musarat Iqbal, who also happened to be his uncle.  Musarat Iqbal had been arrested as a […]

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‘Donkey King’ full-fledged entertainment for all ages: experts

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KARACHI: The Donkey King (TDK) is a blockbuster, entertainment which is interesting to watch. It’s not easy to get too much from one movie but TDK is such a film which is entertaining that one cannot feel bored watching it. This is a fast-paced movie which consists of multiple brief scenes. It promises to be […]

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Pemra to award licences to rating companies

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The Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (Pemra) on Tuesday unanimously approved the Television Audience Measurement (TAM)/Television Rating Points (TRP) Rating Service Regulations 2018 and decided in principle to award licences to rating companies on case to case basis. In its 145th meeting held at its headquarters in Islamabad, the authority was apprised of the orders […]

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NBP plants saplings in Mardan

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In a bid to mitigate the impact of climate change and global warming, National Bank of Pakistan (NBP) had planted saplings at Mardan as part of national tree plantation drive of the government. Shaukat Mahmood, Group Head, Service Quality Group, was welcomed by Dr Khurshid Ahmed, VC, AWKUM, Dr Qadar Baksh at Abdul Wali Khan […]

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PM meets APNS delegation, vows to clear dues

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ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan has said his government will extend all-out support to the newspaper industry to enable it to deal with its longstanding problems. At a meeting with a delegation of the All Pakistan Newspapers Society (APNS) on Tuesday, Mr Khan said that dues of the print media would be cleared soon, according […]

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