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Bye Bye PTV

“Success is not counted by how high you have climbed but how many people you brought with you” -Dr.Will Rose Obviously can’t thank enough to Madam Shazia Sikandar for the trust she had upon me, the opportunities she gave, the things she taught, the respect I and my colleagues had earned because of her vision, […]

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Knowledge Exchange Programme

Aiming to promote Sustainable development goals through Media and devising its policy to pursue the targets by 2030, I would really like to thank all of my participating media broadcasters from 10 different countries representing 11 different state braodcasters (you guys really made my first international project a successful one), who participated in the event […]

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PTV-ABU-KBS’s Care-7 Project

64 per cent of female TV Journalists around the world, even today, experience harassment, intimidation, threats, abuse, gender discrimination not only from the society but also within their own respective organizations. “To promote gender equality and empower women”, is one of the goal of Millennium development goals set by United Nations in 2015. In 2016, […]

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Rohtas Fort

History has termed Ghakhars as fearless warriors who ruled Potohar region for centuries, till Sher Shah Suri snatched the kingdom from Emperor Humayoun in 1540. Sher Shah Suri knew that Ghakhars were allies of Mughal Empire and would revolt against his reign, so he ordered a garrison fort to be built at a distance of […]

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Mohra Morado

Serenity of self is said to be linked with the Stillness; stillness of mind, body, emotions and soul, which leads one to understand the meaning of Universe with more clarity. It is said that there are five phases of stillness: Silent Meditation: Closing down the portion of mind dedicated to speech Concentration Meditation: The challenge […]

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Pakistan & Sri Lanka- 69 years of diplomatic relations

Though diplomatic relations between Pakistan and Sri Lanka has been 69 years long, but the brotherly relations between the people of these two regions dates back to 324 BC when Chanderagupta Maurya, great grandfather of Mahinda Bhikkhu, who spread Buddhism in Sri Lanka (70% of Sri Lankan population is Buddisht) was crowned in Taxila (Now […]

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Kattas Raj Temple

Originally called Katkasha (strings of tears), Kattas Raj holds a very significant place in the history of sub-continent. Vedic Scriptures reveals an event related to Shiv, whose inconsolable grief at the death of his wife Sati led to a rain of tears which formed a pool of water here. Kattas Raj dates back to 1500 […]

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GZDOC 2016

#GzDoc2016 gave me a great opportunity to meet some of the maestros of documentary film making, learnt quite a lot from them, pitched and discussed some ideas, met broadcasters for seeking opportunities for international collaborations for Pakistan Television… So overall tried to made as much impact as I could as documentary filmmaker and representing Pakistan […]

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Choolo Aasmaan

10 years back I used to do a program on Behavioral Psychology along with Sadiq Malik. me being a #Graphologist and he as a #Palmist and the host of the show. Both of us tried to bust various myths and superstitions people had regarding occult sciences.but unfortunately those things still persists even today. Today I […]

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ABU Award Nomination

Was waiting for #WhiteCane day to share this great news..#DarkClimb got nominated for #ABU awards 2016 in sports category, to be held in Bali, Indonesia this year..here is the teaser of this documentary…again thanks to my team and Tahir Imran Khan & Haider Ali…and Tariq Majeed for his awesome music in this short.