Press Club, for its poignant and edgy debates about the current affairs has achieved a well known reputation amongst listeners. The show centers News and issues of daily life. 493 more words
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The Prime Minister began his National Press Club address looking wooden and stiff. But that’s not surprising; as a human being he always comes across on television as wooden and stiff. 2,953 more words
by; Abeer Anwaar, Onusha Ahmad, Manal Khan, Amna Ahmed Zamani and Saad Arfin.
KARACHI: ‘Where is Jinnah’s Pakistan?’ The Minorities demand an answer.
Thursday, 6th November; People from Hindu and Christian community gathered outside the Karachi Press Club in Saddar to raise their voices against the injustice of minorities. 364 more words
By Misha Rizvi, Momina Khan, Hussain Dewani, Mir Shabbar Ali
Karachi: The Karachi Press Club was crowded outside with Christians assembled in groups on Thursday evening as they protested against the killing of a couple in Punjab over blasphemy while the Hindus validated against the suspected forced conversion of a Hindu girl in Daharki. 445 more words