Editor’s Note – December 2019
Following the announcement of Newsline’s closure, the outpouring of support from friends, supporters, former staffers, interns and total strangers has been phenomenal – and overwhelming.
The Alternate View
Has the advent of digital journalism in Balochistan, compromised the quality of journalism or has it given a voice to one of the country’s most backward provinces?
Covering politics in Pakistan is like watching a soap opera that has all the ingredients of a thriller, says Zahid Hussain, as he recounts all his cover stories for Newsline.
From Journalism to Parliament
Parliamentarian Nafisa Shah traces her journey as an intrepid reporter with Newsline and her subsequent entry into politics.
The Pilgrims’ Progress
Pakistan is fortunate to have the religious sites of some of the greatest religions of the world. The opening of the Kartarpur Corridor could spell the beginning of religious tourism in Pakistan, which boasts some of the world’s most important religious sites for Sikhs, Hindus and Buddhists.