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Zafar Iqbal, founder of Press for Peace (PFP), is a peace and human rights activist. He did his MA (Media & Globalization) from Nottingham Trent University, UK. He earned his post Graduation in Mass Communication from the University of Punjab, Pakistan. As a journalist, he has specifically been interested in peace and security with special perspective on South Asia, press freedom, globalization and environmental issues. He can be reached at [email protected]


Articles by Zafar Iqbal :

Pakistan Detains Two Peace Campaigners In Kashmir

Two peace activists have been arrested by police in Pakistani Administrated Kashmir (PaK) for allegedly entering a city without visa

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Taliban Shooting Of Pakistani Activist Malala: Some Questions For BBC‏ – OpEd

The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) is at the centre of controversy over the attack on 14- year old Pakistani girl,

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Youth Protest Against Pakistan’s Role In Gilgit Baltistan

In Pakistani Administrated Kashmir a pro independence student organisation marched on the roads against the sectarian killing of innocent people

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Poverty Stricken Pakistani Citizen Offers “Eye For Sale” To Feed Children

A jobless Pakistani citizen has offered his ‘eye for sale’ to feed his poor family. The Pakistan government has declined

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Muzaffarabad Demands Empowerment From Islamabad – OpEd

This week Pakistani Prime Minister received a startling welcome from people of Pakistan- Administrated Kashmir (PAK) with growing demand of

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Anti-Militant Protests Rock Kashmir’s Neelum Valley

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Anti-militant protests rocked Pakistani Administrated Kashmir’s Neelum Valley when people came out on roads and demanded evacuation of activists of

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China’s Diplomatic Expansion In South Asia

China has decided to open a Consulate in Pakistan controlled Giligit Balitistan which recently became as a focal point of

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Nature Lovers Set World Record For Tree-Hugging

A new world record of tree hugging has been set by the nature admirers in a remote village in Pakistan

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