Posts Tagged ‘ media ’

Media Watch | Jingoism in the Media

Jul 2014

There is high tolerance for state violence without giving much thought to the death and destruction it causes.
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Media Watch | When Ideologies Shape the Facts

The ostensible effect of the silence produced by the media of secular opponents of the war has been to lend further credence to the idea--propped up by many--that secularism is only a western ideology tied to state violence.
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Media Watch | Reading the German and Italian Press

Jun 2014

I chose 4 newspapers from the German speaking world and 3 Italian language papers which have considerable influence and read their coverage of the Army operation between June 12th– June 16th.
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Media Watch | Army attacks North Waziristan

As the Army attacks on North Waziristan ramp up into a full blown military offensive, TQ is launching a media watch project to examine the media coverage of the operation -- and separate propaganda from fact.
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In Solidarity | Editorial

The journalistic practices and standards of media houses have no bearing on the question of solidarity with journalists under attack.
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Safdar Dawar | Voices

Feb 2013

Tanqeed sat down with Safdar Dawar, the general secretary of the Tribal Union of Journalists (TUJ). Based out of Peshawar, the TUJ represents 300 journalists operating out of the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) and boasts 13 press clubs in an area generally off-limits to the rest of the world–including the average Pakistani. Transcript: English Audio...
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Protests Against Army Operations in FATA | Q&A

By M.A.
Jan 2013

Inspired by the Hazaras of Quetta, Pashtuns convened in front of the Governor’s House in Peshawar with the bodies of 18 people killed in an army operation carried out in Bara, a sub-division of Khyber Agency. The bodies have since been confiscated by the army and police, but the protestors continue their sit-in, this...
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