Monthly Archives: August 2020

Research suggest that female journalists are suffering greater stress and anxiety during Covid-19

Research suggest that female journalists are suffering greater stress and anxiety during Covid-19

The corona virus pandemic has changed the way the world acted. Semblance of normalcy is gradually returning. However it is a long way to recovery especially when the second wave of pandemic is almost inevitable. International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) ... Read More »

Picture Gallery of Karachi Workshop 17 – 18 August 2020

Two-Day Online #Electronic #Media #Training #Course on the topic “SOCIAL MEDIA MANAGEMENT” Arranged by: #Women #Media #Center (#WMC), Pakistan Supported by: #National #Endowment for #Democracy (#NED),#USA 17 – 18 August 2020 Karachi via Zoom Read More »

Picture Gallery of Karachi Workshop 16 – 18 July 2020

Three-Day Online #Electronic #Media #Training #Course on the topic “IMPACT OF SOCIAL MEDIA DURING COVID-19 CRISIS” Arranged by: #Women #Media #Center (#WMC), Pakistan Supported by: #National #Endowment for #Democracy (#NED),#USA 16 – 18 July 2020 Karachi via Zoom Read More »

Pakistani born Nergis Mavalvala named new dean of MIT School of Science

Pakistani born Nergis Mavalvala named new dean of MIT School of Science

Astrophysicist Nergis Mavalvala has been named the new dean of MIT’s School of Science, effective Sept. 1. She will succeed Michael Sipser, who will return to the faculty as the Donner Professor of Mathematics, after six years of service. Professor Mavalvala, whose ... Read More »

This is how feudalism denied justice to slain female journalist in Lahore

This is how feudalism denied justice to slain female journalist in Lahore

Arooj Iqbal wanted to be the first Pakistani woman journalist to create her own newspaper. A dream which was shattered when she was shot dead in the eastern city of Lahore on 25th November, 2019. Before her death, Arooj founded ... Read More »