Posts Tagged ‘ Conspiracy Theory ’

و’کھری بات مبشر لقمان کے ساتھ’

Sep 19th, 2011 | By | Category: Blogs, Dunya, Uncategorized, اردو

مبشر لقمان اپنے پروگرام کھری بات لقمان کے ساتھ میں امریکہ میں ھونے والے ستمبر 11 ,2001 کے سانحے کو ایک محض فریب اور دھوکہ کہتے ھیں۔ ان کے پروگرام کی ایک کلپ نیچے ملاحضہ فرمائیے۔ یہ پھلی بار نہیں ھے کہ مبشر لقمان اپنے پروگرام کی ریٹنگ بڑھانے کے لئیے من گھڑت کہانیاں بنانے […]



Media's Latest Conspiracy Theory

Apr 26th, 2010 | By | Category: The News

The latest conspiracy theory to circulate in the media is that, by signing the 18th Amendment, Zardari has managed to gain power. Yes, this is the same media who only weeks ago predicted that Zardari would not sign the bill because it stripped his powers. Now that their predictions have (once again) proved wrong, the […]



Pakistan's New Media Dictionary

Dec 19th, 2009 | By | Category: Satire

The esteemed and very witty Nadeem Paracha has posted a satire of Pakistan’s media worthy of the greatest rewards on the Dawn blog. In case you haven’t seen it, here it is for your enlightenment. We only recommend that you do not try to read while drinking your chai, otherwise you may spill it on […]



Opinion Column on 1971 War Ignores Historical Facts

Dec 16th, 2009 | By | Category: The Nation

The opinion page of The Nation today is a perfect demonstration of the poisoned and fact-averse environment created by conspiracy theorists. In writing about the 1971 war, Tariq Majeed makes the most incredible claim that the entire affair was part of a secret Jewish conspiracy. Much has been written about the history of the 1971 […]



Pakistan’s conspiracy theories

Nov 21st, 2009 | By | Category: Uncategorized

If it looks like a duck, swims like a duck and quacks like a duck, then … anyone who tells you it is a duck must be hiding something. So goes the logic of conspiracy theories which are gaining increasing currency in Pakistan because of the wave of gun and bomb attacks in its towns and cities. […]



UPDATE: Committee to Project Journalists Condemns The Nation

Nov 9th, 2009 | By | Category: The Nation

UPDATE: The Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) has condemned The Nation for publishing “a reckless and unsubstantiated story”. Last week, Pakistan Media Watch wrote about the incident – in which The Nation published an article with no facts calling an American journalist a spy. Here is what the CPJ wrote today: Last Thursday, Pakistan’s The Nation […]



Where is the freedom?

Nov 7th, 2009 | By | Category: Uncategorized

A view on how the right-wing journalists try to defame and bring down any author or writer who disagrees with their views. It is time such journalists are held accountable and not allowed to merrily trample over any obstacle to their agenda. They are setting double standards when as a source of income they hold […]



The Nation Inciting Murder?

Nov 6th, 2009 | By | Category: The Nation

Weaving fantastic stories out of rumour and innuendo is nothing new to The Nation, but yesterday’s article by Kaswar Klasra represents a new low in journalistic ethics and could result in the murder of fellow journalists. In yesterday’s article, “Journalists as spies in FATA,” Mr. Klasra claims that journalists in NWFP and FATA are secretly […]



Shaheen Sehbai: Journalist or Man with an Agenda

Nov 5th, 2009 | By | Category: The News

It is interesting to note that in today’s The News, the OpEd written by Shaheen Sehbai, an Editor in the newspaper, has been relegated to the inner pages. It seems like even The News governing board has realized that Mr Sehbai is not a journalist, but a campaigner. And that his stories are not based […]



The heart desire's more!

Nov 3rd, 2009 | By | Category: Uncategorized

Another fantastic argument by Agha Haider Raza Looking at the past week, one can see how resilient Pakistanis have become.  Suffering numerous suicide bomb attacks and wide-spread military action, we are here yet again, still standing.  But how long can we sustain ourselves at this current rate of demolition? How many times will we resist […]



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