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Attacks on Ethnic journalists are equally condemnable: PPCUK

Attacks on Ethnic journalists are equally condemnable: PPCUK
London: Pakistan Press Club UK (PPCUK) has strongly condemned the cowardly act of vandalism with fellow journalist Malik Asad Ali, a senior reporter of UK44 TV Channel. Some thugs had broken his car parked outside his home. No valuables from the car were missing in this incident. The motive clearly seems to be terrified the journalist. The victimised journalist has... Read More

Journalists have responsibility to educate their Community

Journalists have responsibility to educate their Community
Luton: The journalists residing in UK are playing role of a bridge to keep the Pakistani community linked with their homeland. They have right to claim remuneration for their hard work. These were the views of National Leader of Pakistani Journalists Afzal Butt who was speaking in a reception in honour of newly elected cabinet of Pakistan Press Club Uk.... Read More

NPC Islamabad and PPCUK signs landmark agreement

NPC Islamabad and PPCUK signs landmark agreement
LUTON: National Press Club Islamabad and Pakistan Press Club UK have signed a landmark agreement under which members of PPC UK will receive all benefits and privileges (except the right to vote) which the members of NPC are enjoying in Pakistan. National Press Club President Shakil Anjum and Pakistan Press Club UK’s newly-appointed President Arshad Rachyal signed this agreement at... Read More

Pakistani Media overseas has dual responsibility to protect values

Pakistani Media overseas has dual responsibility to protect values
London: Government would go to any extent in blocking all material which damages National integrity and Islamic values. In the past, access to social media and video hosting websites such as Facebook and YouTube have been blocked as a kneejerk reaction to presence of allegedly blasphemous contents. Governor KPK Iqbal Zafar Jhagra expressed these views in a meeting with Pakistan Press... Read More

Pakistan Press Club UK and Lahore Press Club declared twin clubs

Pakistan Press Club UK and Lahore Press Club declared twin clubs
Lahore: Pakistan Press Club UK delegation led by its President Mobeen Chaudhry along with eight members of the body visited Lahore Press Club during their official visit to Pakistan and AJK. President Lahore Press Club Muhammad Shahbaz Mian, Vice President Abdul Majeed Sajid, Secretary Shadab Riaz, Joint Secretary Zahid Gogi, Treasurer Zaheer Ahmad Babar along with senior Journalists Moin Azhar,... Read More

Press Club Delegation Meets Overseas Commissioner Afzaal Bhatti

Press Club Delegation Meets Overseas Commissioner Afzaal Bhatti
London: The Punjab government has decided to establish police stations with a view to redress the grievances of Overseas Pakistanis. These police stations would be set up in those cities on priority basis, of which large number of people are living abroad. These views were expressed by Commissioner Overseas Pakistanis Commission (OPC) Punjab Afzaal Bhatti while talking to a eight-member... Read More

CM Punjab Warmly Welcomed Pakistan Press Club Uk

CM Punjab Warmly Welcomed Pakistan Press Club Uk
LONDON: The way the overseas Pakistani media men living in different countries of the world including United Kingdom upheld Pakistan’s image so high and acted in a responsible way projected positive aspects of their country ignoring negative propaganda before Pakistanis living abroad, was highly appreciable. These views were expressed by Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif in a special sitting with the... Read More

Ignoring propaganda, we must be part of Pak progress: Gen Qayyum

Ignoring propaganda, we must be part of Pak progress: Gen Qayyum
London: Pakistan is passing through a critical juncture of its history where on one side a prosperous and strong country is waiting for us and on the other side anti-Pakistan forces are trying their level best to impede its journey of progress. The circumstances are very clear. We, instead of becoming a part of any propaganda, must be part of... Read More

Overseas journalists must enjoy perks in Pakistan at par with locals: President PPCUK

Overseas journalists must enjoy perks in Pakistan at par with locals: President PPCUK
OLDHAM: United Kingdom had no solid platform to vitalize the true spirit of journalism which could properly represent the journalists. So, after making long deliberations and consulting with my friends and colleagues working in the field, Pakistan Press Club England was established. It was agreed as a basic principle that only the people actually associated with the journalism would be... Read More

We need to make strenuous efforts to educate our youth: President PPCUK

We need to make strenuous efforts to educate our youth: President PPCUK
OLDHAM: British Pakistani diaspora is now playing key role in English society and where we are standing in different fields today is all due to hard work and sacrifices of our forefathers. We must not let our youths go astray. We still need to make strenuous efforts to educate them and ensure a bright and safe future for our coming generations.... Read More