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Daily Archives: November 27, 2022

Lack of objectivity, partisan approach by journalists hurting the profession

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Islamabad, NOV 25: The standard of journalism in Pakistan is gradually deteriorating as many journalists have become biased parties, listening to one side, and then building and reporting narratives in a distorted way. This way, they are not only failing to report the truth but also creating instability and confusion in the society. These views […]

Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA) imposes ban on speeches, pressers of Azam Swati

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ISLAMABAD (Dunya News) – The Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA) has banned the broadcast of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Senator Azam Swati’s live speeches and press conferences. According to the PEMRA declaration, the press conference, media coverage, statement, or tickers of Azam Khan Swati will also be banned. The PEMRA has also restrained TV channels […]

Sindh High Court (SHC) dismisses petition against ‘Joyland’ release

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The Sindh High Court (SHC) has dismissed as inadmissible a petition against the release of “Joyland”, a movie nominated for Academy Awards that has stirred controversy in Pakistan. The written judgment issued on Saturday states that the petitioner submitted that the film would encourage immorality in society, but has not pointed out any legal flaw […]

Minister of National Assembly (MNA)’s secretary manhandles reporter in Hangu

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HANGU: A local journalist was manhandled after he asked a question from the lawmaker about the poor participation of people in the long march here on Saturday. Local journalists said that their colleague Esarul Haq Qasmi threw a question to the Member of National Assembly Nadeem Khayal about the rifts in the local chapter of […]

State’s failure to protect bold journalists criticized

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KARACHI: The hapless families of the murdered newsmen on Saturday asked the journalists fraternity to step up the fight with the state for ending the unshakeable impunity the murderers enjoy. Unfolding their ordeals in pursuance of justice for their loved ones, who were murdered by the state’s functionaries or government’s departments just for exposing the […]