The Press Ownership In Pakistan

In the light of the above, let us analyse the press ownership in Pakistan. The biggest group of newspapers was run by the National press Trust, a government sponsored and government controlled body. It controled the “Pakistan Times,” of Lahore and Rawalpindi, “Mashriq” of Lahore, Karachi, Peshawar and Quetta, “Imroze”... more →
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Impact On Masses Of Newspapers

How much is the impact of our newspaper on the general mass of the people? During the general elections of December 1970, a large number of widely-circulated dailies, offered strong opposition to the Pakistan Peoples Party but the election results showed that newspaper- readers had voted according to the call of their own conscience... more →
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Muslim Journalism During 1939-1947

During this phase the Muslim press grew rather rapidly. A Number of English language newspapers sprang up while Urdu* Press too had new additions. Together with the old newspapers, they voiced Muslim political aspirations with still greater force and placed the major role in mobilizing public opinion in support of the Pakistan Movement.... more →
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Role Of Muslim Press In Pakistan Movement

Our struggle began with the 1857 National Struggle for Independence when the British liquidated almost the entire Muslim Press, shot dead the proprietor of Delhi Urdu Akhbar, issued warrants of arrest of its editor Muhammad Azad and sentenced Jamiluddin, editor of another paper to 3 years imprisonment. In the trial of Bahadur Shah,... more →
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