Pakistan has a vibrant and diverse media landscape, with a wide range of newspapers available in both English and Urdu. Some of the most popular English-language newspapers in Pakistan include The News International, Dawn, and The Express Tribune. Some of the most popular Urdu-language newspapers in Pakistan include Jang, Nawa-i-Waqt, and The Nation.
These newspapers provide comprehensive coverage of local, national, and international news. They also offer in-depth analysis of current affairs, as well as opinion pieces from leading journalists and commentators. Pakistan newspapers are an essential source of information for anyone who wants to stay up-to-date on the latest news and events in the country.
Here are some of the benefits of reading Pakistan newspapers:
Daily Jang is an Urdu newspaper based in Karachi, the oldest newspaper in Pakistan. It was since 1939, the Chief Executive & Editor Chief is Mir Shakil-Ul-Rehman.
Daily Express is the most popular Urdu newspaper.
Dawn Urdu News is also the oldest Pakistani newspaper.
Naweiwaqat is the oldest newspaper. Hamid Nizami founded it in 1940.
Daily Pakistan is a 21-year-old newspaper. The Founder of this organization Mujeeb-Ul-Rehman Shami. The best newspaper of its kind.
Roznama Khabrain is a well-known newspaper, founded by Zia Shahid & published by the Khabrain Group of the newspaper.
Pakistan’s oldest English newspaper.
The News International, The largest newspaper English in Pakistan. The News International editor is Talat Aslam., founded in 1991.
Is the most popular & credible English Newspaper in Pakistan.
The Frontier Post English newspaper was founded in Peshawar in 1985. The news editor Umair Ahmed Butt.
Daily Jang is an Urdu newspaper. It is the oldest newspaper in Pakistan. Daily Jang is founded in 1939.
Express News Founded in 1998, is One of the most widely circulated Urdu newspapers.
E-Daily Urdu Newspaper.
Khabrain is Urdu E-Newspaper.
Dawn E-Paper is founded by Quaid-i-Azam Muhamad Ali Jinnah. Dawn newspaper is now converted to E-Paper.
E-TheNews is the largest English newspaper in Pakistan. The News International editor is Talat Aslam., founded in 1991. Now available in E-Paper
E-The Nation is the most credible English Newspaper in Pakistan. Now available in E-Paper.
The Frontier Post E-Paper is the very oldest daily English newspaper from Peshawar.
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