The Sindh government has approved a proposal to make the Sindh High Court’s retired judge Rasheed A Razvi the first chairman of the long-awaited provincial commission for the protection of journalists and other media practitioners. The announcement was made by Information Minister Sharjeel Memon on Wednesday while briefing the media about the decisions taken in […]
Daily Archives: November 18, 2022
Freedom of expression is a fundamental human right, besides a fundamental human faculty to subsist in the world. Freedom of expression comes with four dimensions.
The first dimension is that freedom of expression gives liberty, though under certain reasonable restraints, to express oneself by speaking or writing. The availability of freedom of expression nudges one to create an idea or hold an opinion to express without any coercion. Only can expressed views be shared. Views that remain unexpressed are unshared, […]
ISLAMABAD—Daily Jang on Thursday expressed a half-hearted regret for publishing a cartoon seen as offensive by readers, portraying the supporters of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf as donkeys. The cartoon, published on the newspaper’s front page, also showed the party Chairman Imran Khan, using the pejorative term ‘youthia’ for PTI supporters. In its regret note, the paper […]
LAHORE: The government of Punjab has banned the screening of Saim Siddiq’s ‘Joyland’ movie, less than 24 hours after the federal government decided to lift the ban, reported local media. The notice sent by Punjab Information and Culture Department to Sarmad Sultan Khoosat on November 17 reads that the ‘Joyland’ team cannot exhibit their film […]