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  • ForeignFront: Distorting history for the sake of masala in Hindi films

    It’s official: superstar Hirthik Roshan’s Mohenjo Daro has flopped in the domestic market! With a whopping alleged budget of Rs1 billion out of which Rs160 million was spent on production, it has barely earned Rs550 million from the Indian market in the two weeks that it has been running...

    Directed by Ashutosh Gowariker, Mohenjo Daro was touted as a historical film based on an era which so far hasn’t been depicted in Hindi films... ...

  • Living Colours: ‘Hindi-Urdu is a single spoken language’

    Dr Syed Mohammed Anwer, an advocate of the Supreme Court, launched a unique linguistic, calligraphic art book, SamrupRachna - Calligraphic Expression of ApniBoli[Hindi-Urdu] at the Mother Languages Literature Festival in Islamabad...

    The first of its kind, the book is as much a coffee table art book as a socio-political comment on the fact that Hindi and Urdu are a single spoken language...

  • Data Science Lab in Pakistan makes Urdu-Hindi Dictionary

    The Data Science Lab (DSL) at Lahore’s Information Technology University has made an application called the Urdu-Hindi Dictionary which can help overcome this language barrier and offers a powerful custom search that will enable you to find the translation of any word in Arabic, Urdu, Hindi or English...

    More than 542 million people on the planet speak either Hindi or Urdu which makes them one of the most common languages spoken... ...

  • Newspapers not delivered in Balochistan amid threats

    QUETTA: Newspapers were not distributed in the city and other parts of the province on Tuesday as hawkers and agents refrained from delivering them due to threats hurled by banned militant organisations...

    The organisations are demanding the media publish statements about their activities and have threatened to stop distribution of newspapers in any area of the province...

  • A leaf from history: Four journalists flogged, two newspapers shut

    On Oct 15, 1979, Gen Zia began clamping down on the news media, after he began feeling that newspapers were gaining liberty to the extent that they had begun criticism over his continued rule...

    On Oct 17, 1979, the Sindh government went ahead with slapping a ban on the publication of two newspapers from Karachi, Daily Musawat and Daily Sadaqat...

  • The struggle of Sindhi newspapers

    Once the target was achieved, regional newspapers became more objective and focused on their role of being society’s watchdogs...

    Although newspapers and periodicals started coming out of various cities across the province, Karachi continued to remain the hub of Sindhi journalism well into the 1950s...

  • Dangerous or fair: How global newspapers covered the SC judgement on Panama

    This is not good for India", the Hindustan Times wrote:"His departure from the political scene is almost certain to herald a period of volatility within Pakistan and, therefore, greater risk in relations between India and Pakistan...

    In an article titled "India keeps close watch as verdict on Nawaz Sharif puts Pakistan in a flux", Indra Bagchi wrote:"The [Indian] government has stayed silent, refraining from even categorising this as...

  • 'Blow to Pak-India ties': How Indian newspapers covered Jadhav's arrest

    While Jadhav claimed to be an officer currently serving in the Indian Navy, the Indian government said he was a businessman who had taken early retirement from the government...

    The question that arises is, if the NSAs had indeed built a strong relationship, with a commitment not to go public before they had spoken to each other, why did this not apply to the spy case?"The newspaper did not feature Jadhav's video confession on its...

  • India stops Kashmir newspapers from printing amid unrest

    SRINAGAR: Authorities in Indian-held Kashmir (IHK) have shut down printing presses and temporarily banned newspapers from publishing in a sweeping information blackout after days of anti-India protests left dozens of people dead in the region...

    The government says 36 people — 35 civilians and a police officer — have been killed in clashes between protesters and security forces, while local human rights groups and newspapers say at...

  • APNS criticises govt’s indifference towards problems of newspapers

    KARACHI: The executive committee of the All Pakistan Newspapers Society criticised what it described as consistent indifference of the federal government, especially the information ministry, towards long-pending issues of the newspaper industry, said an APNS press release on Tuesday...

    This had resulted in a sharp decrease in advertisements in newspapers which in turn had made it difficult for smaller and regional publications to...

  • Here's how Indian newspapers covered the Pathankot attacks

    Almost all major Indian newspapers, in editorials published after the Pathankot attacks, advised their government to "stay the course" and not stall or suspend talks with Pakistan after the attacks, which are seen as an attempt to undermine resumption of dialogue between the two neighbours...

    Resiling from engagement is just the kind of reaction that jihadis want...

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