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The Daily Dawn is a Pakistani daily paper in Englishe. The Daily dawn news paper is the oldest paper published by the great guide Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah on 26 Oct 1941. A 32-page spread of the latest news, economic news, sport and twilight job offers for job-hunters. The daily paper Dawns publishes from Pakistan.
These papers belong to the Group of newspapers and the Group of papers also owning the TV news and Herold-Magazin. Since ePaper has its own website for those who want to check the morning news of the day on-line, the website is epaper.dawn.com. Chief of editorial staff of the paper is MR.Zaffar Abbas and e-mail address is email@example.com.
The daily Dawn Newspapers headquarters address is Horoon House, Dr. Ziauddin Ahmed street korachi paraguer. If you want to be able to read more u rdu and english newspapers from paakistan then keep checking this website.
Pakistan's oldest paper excluded from sales in the context of "military repression
Shall we allow them to pass the line and murder 150 men in Mumbai? "The unjustified blockade of the circulation of one of the most important free papers has once again shown the military's determination to keep a handle on news and information in Pakistan.
Nawaz Sharif's interview'blocked' Dawn Zeitung in Pakistan
Pakistan's Press Council has informed Dawn's publisher that the paper is in violation of the Ethics Policy. Paki officials have obstructed the spread of a major English paper in many parts of the state, a press guard claims, day after the paper released the disputed statements by PM Nawaz Sharif on the 2008 terrorist attacks in Mumbai.
Sharif's alleged displeasure with the mighty Pakistani army establishment was published in the May 12 edition of the daily Dawn and the blockade began on May 15, said Reporters Without Borders (RSF), condemning the "recent assault on Pakistan's press freedom". When Sharif threw a bomb last weeks in an Interview with the Dawn newspaper:
Shall we allow them to pass the line and murder 150 men in Mumbai? Pakistan's highest civil-military committee, the National Security Committee (NSC), also denounced its declaration in a high-level group. Pakistan's Press Council has informed Dawn's publisher that the paper is violating the ethics codex by posting contents that "despise Pakistan or its population or tend to subvert its independence, authority or integrity".
"An unjustified blockade of the circulation of one of the major independently owned papers has once again shown the military's determination to keep a handle on news and information in Pakistan," RSF said. "RSF added, "We urge the agencies to stop meddling in the spread of impartial medias and re-establish the spread of Dawn throughout Pakistan.
A number of legislators on both sides of the corridor had launched a broadside on Nawaz to make a declaration about the Mumbai assault, some going so far as to demand that the PML-N Supremos be brought to justice for high-streaking; that his name was put on the Exit Control List and a thorough inquiry was conducted to establish the grounds for the declaration of the three-time PM.
In November 2008, ten Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) fighters in Mumbai murdered 166 and injured many. Kazab was put to execution after a judge found him to have been found guilty and sentenced to execution.