Pakistan’s minority journalists and newspapers struggle to survive

By Dharminder Balach Sindh province of Pakistan has a sizeable population of Hindu community living there for centuries. But if one looks at the daily...

Unfamiliar with journalistic norms, some Pakistani anchors become medium of fake news

By Waseem Abbasi Editor’s Note: The writer is an investigative/ data journalist based in Islamabad and working for The News. He has worked for the leading...

Balochistan’s media houses reopen after three months closure

By Barkat Ullah Baloch Balochistan’s media houses reopened on Monday after banned militant organizations announced on 20th January to formally end the boycott against the...

Journalism Is a Crime in Pakistan

By Umer Ali  Editor's Note: The writer is an award-winning Pakistani journalist currently based in Aarhus, Denmark. He has reported on human rights, terrorism and censorship in...

When they finally came for me

By Taha Siddiqui Editor's Note: The author has worked for international media for the last 12 years and considers himself a Freedom of Speech activist. His...