Tag Archives: Pakistani journalists

Book Review: Reporting Under Threat

According to Pakistani media organizations, over 100 journalists and media workers have been killed and more than 2,000 injured in the country since 2000. Reporting Under Threat highlights the dangerous conditions in which journalists operate in the South asian country and documents first-person testimonials of 57 media personnel from all over Pakistan and one from Afghanistan.

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Pakistan’s Press Freedom Debate

The murderous attack on Raza Rumi in Lahore in which his driver died was claimed by militant extremists, so was the subsequent threat to veteran media personality Imtiaz Alam.  While the motive and responsibility for the dastardly assault on Hamid Mir in Karachi is still a matter of speculation, the threat to the freedom of expression in Pakistan is nothing …

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Attempt to Silence One More Journalist in Pakistan

The space is shrinking for independent journalism in Pakistan because of continuous violence against journalists by militants and state agencies. The attack on Hamid Mir, Pakistan’s most respected journalist, proves this again. Mir survived an assassination attempt in Karachi on April 19, 2014. An unidentified gunman targeted him as he traveled from the airport to the office of Geo News, the TV …

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