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Fakiha Hassan Rizvi

Contributor profile · 4 posts · joined 29 August 2013

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Fakiha Hassan Rizvi is a student of B.Sc (Hons) Communication Studies at the Institute of Communication Studies, University of the Punjab, Pakistan. She is an avid reader, likes writing on socio-political issues and is a campaigner on education with Ilmpossible. Fakiha serves as a freelance contributor for the Daily Times Pakistan and runs her own blog (www.fakihahassanrizvi.wordpress.com). You can follow her at @Fakiha_Rizvi.

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5 February 2014

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Pakistani Journalists on Taliban Hit-List

The Taliban have issued a fatwa against some Pakistani media houses and prepared a hit list with the names of two dozen journalists and publishers.

27 December 2013

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Pakistan Idol Makes Some Music Dreams Come True, Crushes Others

Pakistan now has its own version of the popular Idol singing competition. The first episode of Pakistan Idol was broadcast on December 6, 2013.

9 November 2013

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Turk-Arab Youth Congress: Middle East Needs Greater Regional Cooperation

Global Voices author from Pakistan Fakiha Hassan Rizvi attended the 2nd Turk Arab Youth Congress (TAYC) held in Istanbul, Turkey on Oct 25-27, 2013 and reports what she learned.

31 August 2013

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Justice Goes Mobile for Residents of Pakistan's Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

A fleet of buses painted in the colors of the Pakistani flag have been converted into traveling courtrooms.

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