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How these women journos took the beast of online harassment by throat?

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Anchorperson and journalist Tanzeela Mazhar became an inspiration for her peers when she took the rampaging beast of workplace harassment by the throat in the face of formidable pressure from a bunch of toxic bosses in state electronic media — her then-employer. It was the dawn of a metaphor for intrepidity, perseverance, and a declaration […]

Pakistan, UK to join hands to eliminate hate content on social, online media

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Pakistan and the United Kingdom on Wednesday agreed to work together to eliminate content related to hate and terrorism on social and online media. The decision was made during a meeting between acting British High Commissioner Andrew Dagleish and Minister for Information and Broadcasting Marriyum Aurangzeb.During the meeting, the promotion of bilateral diplomatic relations, including […]

Imran Khan’s party demands media coverage of Zaman Park’s search operation

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Islamabad [Pakistan], May 17 (ANI): The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) demanded media coverage of the search operation of former Prime Minister Imran Khan’s Lahore residence Zaman Park. Taking to Twitter, the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf said, “All media is invited to Zaman Park in the presence of Punjab Police (not exceeding 4 people) Media should come, see and […]

Anchorperson’s kidnap FIR filed against five unknown men

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NAROWAL: Sialkot police have registered a first information report (FIR) of alleged kidnapping of TV news anchor person and video blogger Imran Riaz against five unidentified persons. The FIR has been filed at the Sialkot Civil Lines police station on the application of Mohammad Riaz, the father of the “missing” anchorperson, a resident of New […]

United States supports freedom of expression in Pakistan

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The United States has supported freedom of expression in Pakistan but without any violence. State Department Deputy Spokesperson Vedant Patel told reporters at his daily news conference on Monday “Our belief is that individuals should have the freedom to express themselves, but do so without participating in any violence, violence that would put government employees […]