Posts Tagged ‘ Contradictions ’

Jang Confusion Over Mansoor Ijaz Security

Jan 22nd, 2012 | By | Category: Jang, The News

In The News on Sunday, Jang Group‘s reporter Murtaza Ali Shah has an article claiming that the US will protect Mansoor Ijaz in Pakistan. The day before, however, The News reported that the US Embassy denied that they supported Mansoor Ijaz’s visit and “made it clear that Ijaz has not been committed any security during his […]



اب کس کی بات مانیں؟

Jul 2nd, 2011 | By | Category: Uncategorized, اردو

آج کے جنگ اخبار کی سرخیاں  دیکھنے کے باد اس بات کا اندازہ ہوتا ہے کہ ہم پاکستانی صرف  وہ باتیں مانتے ہیں جو ہم ماننا چاہتے ہیں۔ آج  کی ایک سرخی نیچے ملاحذہ فرمایے     اب ایک دوسری سرخی ملاحظہ  فرمائے جو کے اسی  صفہے کے کافی نیچے ہی چھاپی گئ     […]



Media Reporting On Shamsi

Jul 1st, 2011 | By | Category: Uncategorized

According to headlines in the newspapers today, the US refuses to vacate Shamsi air base. The United States is rejecting demands from Pakistani officials that American personnel abandon a military base used by the CIA to stage drone strikes against suspected militants, US officials told Reuters. This news is certain to confirm the fears of […]



Daily Express Headlines Add More Confusion

May 11th, 2011 | By | Category: Daily Express

Daily Express really outdoes itself this time. The following headlines all appeared on the front page on 10 May. Is it any wonder that the people are confused? “Osama had died of illness long before – Iranian Intelligence Agency” “Osama was wearing a shalwar and a vest. Head and chest was shot twice – Interior […]



The News Publishes All Manner of Contradictions on Front Page

Mar 17th, 2011 | By | Category: Jang, The News

Following the release of Raymond Davis per the orders of the court and under the Islamic law, The News published several stories on the front page related to the case. Actually, so many stories were squeezed into the page that it appears as if every employee of Jang Group was given the space to voice […]



Media Adds To Raymond Davis Confusion

Feb 18th, 2011 | By | Category: Jang, Pakistan Today, The News

Can it be any surprise that confusion surrounds the curious case of Raymond Davis when the media continues to add to the confusion with contradictory headlines? The News on Friday included several front page headlines that directly contradicted each other. On the issue of foreign aid, two article, ‘Top US lawmakers reject cut in Pak […]



Cover up is always worse than the crime

Jan 12th, 2011 | By | Category: PEMRA, The Nation, Waqt TV

As was reported by most news agencies yesterday, PEMRA imposed fine on two TV channels for projecting terrorists, showing blood and gore. The two TV channels are Samaa TV and Waqt TV. Despite this official press release, The Nation published an article on page 12 headlined:PEMRA denies fining Waqt TV. According to this article the […]



The Nation Publishes Contradictory Wikileaks Conspiracies

Dec 3rd, 2010 | By | Category: The Nation

You have to hand it to the editors of The Nation – they do not discriminate against any conspiracy theory. This is made obvious again this week as the newspaper changes its tune within mere days, first saying that the Wikileaks confirms that there is a USA-India conspiracy against Pakistan, and only a few days […]



Conflicting Conspiracies in The News

Jul 21st, 2010 | By | Category: Jang, The News

There appears to be a curious conflict of conspiracies in reports published by The News (Jang Group) on Wednesday regarding the HEC report submitted to the Education Ministry. Ansar Abbasi reports that there is a conspiracy to change the contents of the report, and that the Education Minister Sardar Assef Ahmad Ali has sent the […]



Inconsistency And The Nation's Editorials

Dec 18th, 2009 | By | Category: The Nation

The Nation has taken a contradictory position on US Aid, saying that Pakistan should both refuse all aid and request more aid from the US depending on whether the claim fits The Nation’s immediate political agenda. These contradictory positions demonstrate that the only consistency in the The Nation‘s editorial page is anti-Americanism and anti-government. Today’s […]



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