The state of Pakistani media: 10 toons that tell it like it is

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Note: All information cited in the toons below has been taken from the 2013 report Mapping Digital Media: Pakistan, released by Open Society Foundations.

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Published in Tribune Blogs.

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One thought on “The state of Pakistani media: 10 toons that tell it like it is

    Saim Inayatullah said:
    December 2, 2013 at 7:39 pm

    I think more progressive stuff being published in Urdu. It should be published in the people’s vernaculars to get maximum diffusion.

    Of course, this is also partly a result of Pakistan’s linguistically/economically segregated education sistem. Each language should be the dominant medium of education in its own territory, with emphasis on learning other languages of the state rather than just imposing Urdu and English on everyone.

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