Posts Tagged ‘ Daily Jang ’

جنگ گروپ کی جھوٹی اور من گھڑت رپورٹنگ

Aug 8th, 2011 | By | Category: Blogs, Jang, Uncategorized, Urdu Media, اردو

اتوار کے جنگ اخبار کی سرخی کو دیکھنے کے بعد جنگ اخبار کی کھوکھلی رپورٹنگ کھل کر سامنے آ جاتی ھے۔ اتوار کی سرخی نیچے ملاحضہ فرمائیے اگر غور کریں تو پتا چلتا ھے کہ صارفین سے ایک نھیں بلکے کئی جھوٹ بولے جارھے ھیں۔ سب سے پھلی کوتاھی ھے بنا تصدیق یہ خبر چھاپنا کہ […]



Journalist or Wannabe PTI Media Advisor?

Aug 5th, 2011 | By | Category: Jang

The problem of political bias in reporting is an ongoing topic of this blog and others. This is a failure of journalistic ethics and professionalism that, unfortunately, is rampant in our media. But rarely do we have the opportunity to see such a textbook example of this behaviour as we do today. Last year, at […]



اردو پرنٹ میڈیا کی ایک بار پھر غیر ذمہدارانہ رپورٹنگ

Jul 12th, 2011 | By | Category: Blogs, Daily Express, Daily Nawa-i-Waqt, Jang, Urdu Media, اردو

آج کی تاریخ کے تینوں اثرورسوخ والے اخبارات (جنگ ،ایکسپریس ،نوائے وقت) کو دیکھنے کے بعد اس بات کا پتا چلتا ھے کے اردو پرنٹ میڈیا کے یھ علم بردار بھی سچائی سے کوسوں دور ھیں اور کھانیاں گھڑنے سے بالکل نھیں کتراتے۔ :سب سے پھلے نوائے وقت کی سرخی نیچے ملاحضہ فرمایں اس بات […]



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     […]



Sloppy Editing or Misdirection?

Jun 14th, 2011 | By | Category: Jang

Daily Jang today posted an article with the headline “Uruguay kay sadder ka kul asasa 1987 model ki aik car, bank account hai na sadarati mehal mei qayam karty hain”, on its front page. On further reading this small piece (please note that only the headline and first two lines are visible on the front […]



Daily Jang Terms Ilyas Kashmiri ‘Patriot’

Jun 8th, 2011 | By | Category: Geo TV, Jang, The News

An article in Daily Jang provide an interesting look at how Jang Group characterises jihadis in Urdu publications. The articles describe the jihadi leader Ilyas Kashmiri who is believed to have been killed recently in a drone strike. You will please recall that a sympathetic piece was published in Daily Jang following the death of Osama bin […]



Jang Group Promotes Sensational PNS Mehran Conspiracy Theory

May 25th, 2011 | By | Category: Conspiracy Theories, Jang, The News

A front page article in The News by Mayed Ali that claims to report on the assault on PNS Mehran on Sunday night, but after listing details about the combat radius and onboard radar of the destroyed Orion aircraft the reporter ventures into the land of Hollywood movie-style conspiracy plots. However, it is believed, the […]



Media Adds Bodies, Confusion To Drone Death Count

May 17th, 2011 | By | Category: Daily Express, Daily Nawa-i-Waqt, Express News, Express Tribune, Geo TV, Jang, The News

Since Geo took a report from AFP and added two bodies to the death count from a pair of drone strikes in North Waziristan on Monday, news agencies have been in a race to the top of the pile of bodies. The News and Jang added an extra body, making the total 10 deaths. Express […]



What do McDonalds, Tata Group, and Osama have in common?

May 6th, 2011 | By | Category: Daily Express, Express Tribune, Jang

Yesterday we wrote about the two-faced reporting on Osama bin Laden coming from Jang Group‘s newspapers. But Jang Group is not the only media group that has been promoting one perspective in its English language media while projecting a sympathetic or pro-jihadi message in its Urdu publications. On 4 May, Express Tribune published opinion pieces […]



Jang Group’s Two-Faced Reporting On Osama

May 5th, 2011 | By | Category: Jang, The News

The events surrounding the death of Osama bin Laden in Abbottabad have revealed the two faced media once again, this time in it’s worst form. This week a report by Agha Khalid on Osama bin Laden’s death appeared in both The News and Jang. These reports appeared on the same day, by the same reporter, and […]



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