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UAE club Al Ain will be led by Crespo

Hernan Crespo, the Argentine coach destined for Al-Ain. Is scheduled to arrive on Monday to officially sign a contract, the UAE club announced. Crespo will make it. Following rumors in the media that he would be relocating to Saudi Arabia, Dutch coach Alfred Schreuder abruptly left Al Ain last week, having only been in command […]Read More

In last 11 months, 140 cases of press freedom violations

KARACHI: According to the yearly Pakistan Press Freedom Report, which was released ahead of the observance of World Press Freedom Day on May 3, there has been an increase of more than 60% in threats and attacks against journalists, media workers, and media organisations in Pakistan this year. This underscores the urgent need for measures […]Read More

NICH: Sada Welfare Foundation holds media meet-up

KARACHI: Sada Welfare Foundation held a media meet-up at their Blood Bank at the National Institute of Child Health to apprise the media of the great work the organization is doing absolutely free of cost, to support patients that come from all over Pakistan. The event attended by members of the press, as well as […]Read More

Media put all his romances ‘into a blender’: Prince Harry

Prince Harry admits he felt extreme anxiety in his late 20s. The Duke of Sussex, in his memoir ‘Spare’ talks about how his birthday created an existential crisis with himself. Also Read: The “first” Black person to work in “C-suites” was Meghan He began: “As autumn neared my anxiety was heightened, I think, by my […]Read More

Matric exams: CS paper gets leaked on media in Karachi

KARACHI: In Matric exams Computer Studies paper gets leaked on social media in Karachi. Despite the government’s claims of taking stringent steps to curb cheating and secure distribution of examination papers, the question paper of ninth-grade computer studies leaked on social media, Private News reported. The Science Group exam scheduled to start at 9:30am. But the questionnaire […]Read More

PBA condemns govt excesses against media outlets

KARACHI: Pakistan Broadcasting Association (PBA) on Tuesday condemned government actions against some media houses (outlets). The PBA in a statement said that the actions taken by the government included advertisement bans, getting Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (Pemra) to issue a series of show-cause notices to numerous TV channels, imposing illegitimate claims of billions of […]Read More

Targeting media regrettable: Ch Pervaiz Elahi

LAHORE: Punjab Assembly Speaker Chaudhry Pervaiz Elahi on Sunday urged the prime minister to “beware of his advisers who are misleading him and creating a gulf between him and the media.” Pervaiz Elahi stated to have noted with deep concern the decision of PTI advising its members not to participate in programmes of certain TV […]Read More

Wendy Williams, why time slot got taken away: Rep

Wendy Williams’ representative says that the host completely ‘understands’ why Sherri Shepherd was handed her time slot on the talk show, in light of her continued hiatus. According to the rep and a report by People magazine; “It’s been a challenging time for Wendy as she deals with her health issues. She is incredibly grateful […]Read More

PECA changes aim to stifle media: Joint Action Committee

KARACHI: The media Joint Action Committee (JAC) comprising All Pakistan Newspapers Society (APNS), Council of Pakistan Newspaper Editors (CPNE), Pakistan Federal Union of Journalists (PFUJ), Pakistan Broadcasters Association (PBA), and Association of Electronic Media Editors and News Directors (AMEND) has outrightly rejected the draconian amendments to the Prevention of Electronic Crimes Act (PECA), stating it […]Read More