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About 295 results for "Pakistan Blogger"

Why This Pakistani Blogger Called Ben Affleck a Stifler

Last month, Be Affleck and Bill Maher -- joined at a roundtable by Sam Harris, Nicholas Kristof, and Michael Steele -- fiercely battled the merits of Islam. At its core, it demonstrated how we can't even agree on whether there's a problem with Islam ... Huffington Post, 2 months ago

Pakistani media lacks united front on important issues, moot told

KARACHI: Freedom of expression does not exist in a state of isolation, said blogger, activist and lawyer Jibran Nasir, who went on to lament lack of a united front in Pakistani media in general when reporting on issues. He was speaking at an event ...
 DAWN Group2 months ago
DAWN Group

Pakistan's uproar over popularity of online porn put in perspective

By Saad Durrani ,Dawn/Asia News Network Sex (or controversy) sells. Couple it with Pakistan, and you have got a big story. Pakistan was caught being naughty again. In what seems to have become a regular occurrence, several news sites, global and ...
 China Post2 days ago Pakistan's porn uproar  Asia News Network3 days ago Pakistan's porn uproar click[bait] this India "bird sex" analysis  DAWN Group4 days ago Arson connects Sweden, Pakistan  Mission Network News3 weeks ago

PM's press secretary refutes blogger's claim that she lied

AMTHE press secretary of Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong yesterday refuted allegations by blogger Roy Ngerng that she had lied in her media statement on a closed-door hearing on Monday, saying they were "baseless".... ...
 24Dunia1 week ago Press Briefing by Press Secretary Josh Earnest, et al. | January 26, 2015  OfficialWire2 hours ago Daily Press Briefing: Croatia  US Department of State1 week ago Meet the Press Transcript - January 4, 2015  NBCNews.com3 weeks ago
Business Insider

Saudi postpones blogger lashing on medical grounds

Ensaf Haidar(C), the wife of Saudi Blogger Raef Badawi, holds a vigil in Montreal, Canada, on January 13, 2015, urging Saudi Arabia to free her husband who was flogged for "insulting Islam" Dubai (AFP) - Saudi Arabia postponed until next week ...
 Business Insider1 week ago Saudi Arabia postpones activist's flogging: source, Amnesty  Investing.com1 week ago Saudi Arabia flogged a blogger? Let's blame the West for that too!  The Express Tribune2 weeks ago

Blasphemy laws empower extremists: Our view

Last Friday, authorities in Saudi Arabia drove 30-year-old blogger Raif Badwai from his prison cell to the front of a mosque in the city of Jeddah and flogged him 50 times. Badawi had been sentenced to 10 years in prison and 1,000 lashes for ...
 USA Today1 week ago
The Nation Pakistan

What Pakistan can learn from French solidarity

How do you hide your guilt? Your sense of shame? You divert attention. You pull the focus on something else. Guilt and shame are unavoidable emotions. They nag at you. They pull at your conscience. They make you uneasy. You can't deal ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 week ago
Slate Magazine

TheCharlie HebdoShooting Was a Violent Attack Against Blasphemy. Governments Do This All the Time.

Pakistani Christians protest against the country's blasphemy laws on Aug. 30, 2012. Photo by Arif Ali/AFP/GettyImages The Charlie Hebdo attack in Paris this week was uniquely horrific. But in one way, it was not that unusual: Violent acts of ...
 Slate Magazine2 weeks ago Saudi Arabia's blasphemy is worse than Charlie Hebdo's  The Nation Pakistan1 week ago

Homeland garnering more ratings post criticism by Pakistan?

The Interview', a Sony Pictures spoof that has found itself at the centre of a controversy of global proportions, has grossed $15 million in just a few days of online sales. One wonders what share of that should go to the hackers. If anyone, they ...
 Daily Times2 weeks ago
Sify

Pakistan is back to its tricks yet again

One would have thought that the absolutely horrific terrorist attack on an Army Public School in Peshawar that killed more than 140 (mostly schoolchildren) would force the Pakistan State to crack down on terror with an iron hand. But already there ...
 Sify1 month ago Peshawar school attack: 'Class IX of APS has only one survivor'  ZeeNews.com1 month ago
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