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Pakistan Mountain Festival: Environmental insight, students paint mountains

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ISLAMABAD: Even as the government has embarked on a ‘Clean and Green Pakistan’ campaign coupled with a 10 billion tree plantation drive across the country to mitigate the effects of climate change, a painting exhibition opened in the garrison city on Wednesday which put the spotlight on a community which has and stands to lose the […]

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Curbing Arts

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The Information Minister of Punjab Fayyaz ul Hassan Chohan has declared that no plays will be performed at Alhamra Arts Council in Lahore without the approval of the government. This decision is rightly being termed as an attempt to curb freedom of expression in the country. Pakistan has witnessed a steady decline in its art scene post the Zia […]

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Pakistani celebs win big at Masala Awards

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LAHORE: Every year Masala Award show celebrates the outstanding achievements of the members of the Asian community in UAE and this time it is no different. The 11th edition of Masala Awards welcomed celebrities from both India and Pakistan who were present at the most happening night of the year. From SheheryarMunawar to AmnaIlyas, from […]

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Human rights priorities

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ON Monday, when the nations of the world celebrate the 70th anniversary of the signing of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the Pakistan government too will be expected to not only count what has been done to guarantee the people’s human rights, but also to reflect on what remains to be done. The first […]

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PPF express concern over the killing and abduction of media workers

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Pakistan Press Foundation (PPF) in a letter to Ashraf Ghani, President of Afghanistan has expressed concern over the killing of a driver of private owned Enikas radio television network and abduction of its owner in eastern Afghanistan. PPF Secretary General Owais Aslam Ali in his letter has called on the authorities to thoroughly investigate the […]

Freedom of Expression, Media Safety, Protest Letters by PPF