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Pakistan’s first transgender newscaster appears on TV screen

Kohenoor News Television is said to have hired a transgender as a news presenter – a first in Pakistan’s vibrant media. Marvia Malik first went on air on Pakistan Day. Kohenoor announced on its Facebook page that Pakistan’s first transgender had assumed responsibilities at the channel. Marvia had launched her career in the entertainment industry as a model recently and walked the ramp at the PFDC Sunsilk Fashion Week. There

CFWIJ panel sets up support system for women in journalism

The Coalition for Women in Journalism brought in leading women journalists at an official launch of Pakistan Chapter, at the Islamabad Press Club, in the capital city. The panelists were Amber Shamsie, Nosheen Abbas, Marvi Sirmed and Tanzila Mazhar, including remarks by founder Kiran Nazish, mentors Ayesha Tanzeem and Kathy Gannon. The Coalition for Women in Journalism is launched to connect and support women journalists through a global network of

Pakistani community in US observes Pakistan Day

(By Farooq Mirza President 4thpillar.org)   We are proud to have Pakistani Community in Town Hall Nassau County first time in the history and now we will continue participating with great Community Pakistani every year the County Presiding Officer Richard Nicolello said. We are grateful to the organizer of American Heritage team to involve us in Pakistan Resolution Day in in this County, Pakistani Community is a vibrant, hardworking and

Journalist from Balochistan selected for journalism fellowship

Adnan Aamir, Editor of online newspaper Balochistan Voices and a freelance writer based in Quetta, has become the first working journalist from Balochistan to attend the Chevening South Asian Journalism Fellowship. Aamir, who won the Agahi Journalist of the Year Award 2016 in Business and Economic Reporting category and mainly covers the province’s socio-economic issues. The Chevening South Asia Journalism Fellowship comprises journalists from India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Maldives, and

Press Club an open forum for Pakistani community in US

The motor mechanics and construction workers are proud to earn their own means and to invest back to society. One of them has 30 years of experience in writing, reporting and printing and he has always kept a second source of income to stay strong and honorable. Some the local journalists rob innocent community and blackmail through US Audit Bureau of Circulation. They even don not pay to their printing