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Saleem Safi

Saleem Safi is an anchor/analyst with the largest Urdu news channel, Geo..He also hosts a Pashto language current affairs programm on AVT Khyber. He was the host of “Saleem Safi Kay Saath”, a daily current affairs talk show on Pakistan Television (PTV). This program aired from April 2006 to August 2008. He remained, the Bureau Chief of News Network International ,from 1997 to 2008. His Articles appears in pakistan’s largest urdu newspaper “Daily Jang”and English language newspaper “The News” (with the title of “Jirga”.He is host of Geo TV’s popular current afffair program “Jirga”.
He is frequently invited to comment on BBC and Voice of America’s Pashto services as an expert on Afghanistan and N.W.F.P.

Saleem safi comments

Aik Zara sabar Kah intazar kay Din Thoray Hain

Posted by azeem On January - 12 - 2011

Haroon Rashid

Haroon Rasheed:Is one of the Leading Columnist of pakistan.he wrote column in Jang newspaper and works with Geo group of network.He also Consider as one of the leading analyst of politics.his vision is broad and his most of the prediction about the coming days of Future politics is true.he belongs to the middle class family.In start of his carrier he spend his life in misery but later in because of his constant struggle he got the major post in Literature.

Aik Zara sabar Kah intazar kay Din Thoray HainAik Zara sabar Kah intazar kay Din Thoray Hain

Irfan Sadiquee

Irfan Siddiqui is the Urdu columnist, known to be the great supporter of former prime minister of Pakistan, Nawaz Sharif. He started writing his columns on Nawaiwaqt. In July 2008, Irfan Siddiqui left Nawaiwaqt and joined Jang. He has been found criticizing Pervez Musharraf and his regime in Pakistan, very bluntly. He was also unhappy with the late Benazir Bhutto and her Pakistan Peoples Party, and wrote the same in the columns. He is currently serving the Jang group of newspapers.

Law, constitution,religious conflicts and Tohen-e-Risalat issues

 

True Islamic teachings, sufi-ism and self

Posted by Member On January - 9 - 2011

 

Haroon Rashid

Haroon Rasheed:Is one of the Leading Columnist of pakistan.he wrote column in Jang newspaper and works with Geo group of network.He also Consider as one of the leading analyst of politics.his vision is broad and his most of the prediction about the coming days of Future politics is true.he belongs to the middle class family.In start of his carrier he spend his life in misery but later in because of his constant struggle he got the major post in Literature.

True Islamic teachings, sufi-ism and self

Politicizing the murder of Salman Taseer

Posted by Member On January - 9 - 2011

Saleem Safi

Saleem Safi is an anchor/analyst with the largest Urdu news channel, Geo..He also hosts a Pashto language current affairs programm on AVT Khyber. He was the host of “Saleem Safi Kay Saath”, a daily current affairs talk show on Pakistan Television (PTV). This program aired from April 2006 to August 2008. He remained, the Bureau Chief of News Network International ,from 1997 to 2008. His Articles appears in pakistan’s largest urdu newspaper “Daily Jang”and English language newspaper “The News” (with the title of “Jirga”.He is host of Geo TV’s popular current afffair program “Jirga”.
He is frequently invited to comment on BBC and Voice of America’s Pashto services as an expert on Afghanistan and N.W.F.P.

Politicizing the murder of Salman Taseer

Ansar Abbasi

Ansar Abbasi (Urdu: انصار عباسی) is an investigative editor for one of the leading newspapers from Pakistan, The News International.After Masters in Mass Communication, Abbasi started his career as a professional journalist in 1991. His first stint was with an English language daily, The Democrat. Later, he worked for two months at Pakistan Times, before eventually joining The News International, of which he is now an editor.Abbasi was born in Murree and did his early education in his native village. Abbasi did his matriculation at Sir Syed School Rawalpindi. He then joined Government College Asghar Mall from where he completed his Intermediate and later graduated with a ‘Bachelors in Arts’ degree from the same college. He did his Masters at Balochistan University, Quetta. He later earned another Masters degree from Goldsmiths College, University of London. His research thesis was on child labor.

Scholars should decide the confusion about Salman Taseer murder status

Critical matters and Salman Taseer murder

Posted by Member On January - 7 - 2011

Irfan Sadiquee

Irfan Siddiqui is the Urdu columnist, known to be the great supporter of former prime minister of Pakistan, Nawaz Sharif. He started writing his columns on Nawaiwaqt. In July 2008, Irfan Siddiqui left Nawaiwaqt and joined Jang. He has been found criticizing Pervez Musharraf and his regime in Pakistan, very bluntly. He was also unhappy with the late Benazir Bhutto and her Pakistan Peoples Party, and wrote the same in the columns. He is currently serving the Jang group of newspapers.

Critical matters and Salman Taseer murder

Hassan Nisar

The discussion involves all the topics that would have occurred in the last week and may include political issues, social issues, inflation, economy, international issues, showbiz and even religion. Their discussion deals with big and serious issues albeit through simple questions and by employing a layman’s everyday conversation. Mr. Hassan Nisar’s witty and intellectual insights on the current political and social scenario are the highlight of the show.The idea of this program originated from Mr. Hassan Nisar’s column “Choraha”. This program is a representation of Lahori culture where men of a mohalla get together in the evening, sit on a Choraha and discuss issues which are prevalent to their interests. In true spirit of Lahori mohalla culture, the men indulge in jugatbazi, an integral part of even their most serious conversations. Program includes actual Choraha where Mr. Hassan Nisar sits with 3 characters and chit chat on all issues making it interesting with a tinge of wit.

Hassan Nisar analyze the cause and effects of Salman Taseer murder

Nazeer Naji

 

Nazeer Naji (urdu:نذیر ناجی) is a senior columnist in Pakistan’s Urdu press. He frequently writes in the country’s largest newspaper, Daily Jang, published from Karachi. with Nazeer Naji regarding Mr Naji’s plot allotment in Islamabad. The verified audio recordings of these phone calls were published on the internet on 19 April 2009 by popular Pakistani blog PkPolitics . Contents of this conversation are inappropriate because Naji have used a very abusive and slang language and threatened Ahmed Noorani and Ansar Abbasi (also an investigative journalist), which shows a new face of his personality.

Sudden change in politics of Pakistan, Challenges to Prime Minister

Sudden change in politics of Pakistan, Challenges to Prime Minister

Irfan Sadiquee

Irfan Siddiqui is the Urdu columnist, known to be the great supporter of former prime minister of Pakistan, Nawaz Sharif. He started writing his columns on Nawaiwaqt. In July 2008, Irfan Siddiqui left Nawaiwaqt and joined Jang. He has been found criticizing Pervez Musharraf and his regime in Pakistan, very bluntly. He was also unhappy with the late Benazir Bhutto and her Pakistan Peoples Party, and wrote the same in the columns. He is currently serving the Jang group of newspapers.

18th amendment issue, Weak situation of educational system in Pakistan