Safety, first-aid training in PPF

Karachi: Pakistan Press Foundation (PPF) started a ‘Safety and first-aid’ training course for its staff members here on Tuesday evening. The training course was aimed to enable the trainees to give first-aid to an injured in case of emergency. The proper use of the first-aid kit was also included in...

Balochistan and journalists

By: Muhammad Akbar Notezai The issue of the killings of Balochistan’s journalists is neither being paid heed to internationally nor nationally In Balochistan, journalists are susceptible to danger because of their honest and brave reporting in the restive province. Moreover, there are many journalists who have quit performing their journalistic...

Another CD shop blown up in Peshawar

PESHAWAR: Militants continued targeting CD centres in the rural Peshawar as another shop was bombed in Matani early Sunday. The officials of Matani Police Station said the militants had planted explosives near the CD shop owned by one Israruddin that went off in the midnight. The CD shop was destroyed...

COMMENT: Pakistani journalists, security agencies and the state — Musa Khan Jalalzai

According to international media, more than 48 journalists have been killed in Pakistan by various terror groups and state agencies in the last few years Pakistani and international print and electronic media have been publishing heartbreaking reports on the harassment of journalists by Pakistan state security agencies and militant groups...