Rights activists in Pakistan — especially the ones that work in digital area — have voiced severe concerns as Facebook launched it’s controversial Internet.org service in Pakistan in association with Telenor on Thursday. This new service essentially enables hundreds of … Continue reading Activists worry for net freedom as FB launches Internet.org in Pakistan
Just after recovering from a massive scandal, Geo seems to have landed into another controversy again. A map of Pakistan-China Economic Corridor shown in Shahzeb Khanzada’s show, with Pakistan map in highlight but without Kashmir and Gilgit-Baltistan. This obviously seems … Continue reading Geo under fire again for allegedly omitting Kashmir, GB from Pakistan map
The wanna-be hip “love, love, love…7UP” ads have always given me a challenge understanding what’s going on. And the new 7UP Pakistan Asal Foodies ad continues to fuel my curiosity. Here’s what I’m thinking of this ad. – Excessive Urdish … Continue reading 7UP Asal Foodies ad has adults acting like 12-year-olds
It all started when a man from the banned terrorist outfit ASWJ claimed a meeting and ‘exchanging of views’ with the army man in a photo he tweeted. In the misleading caption he wrote: “Military leadership and ASWJ leadership exchanging … Continue reading Army man sets the record straight after ASWJ claimed ‘exchanging views’
The previous week has been littered with multitudinous news around the globe. Some providential while others heart-wrenching. Mehwish apa, a name in the history of Lollywood passed away on May 21st, Thursday, bringing tears in the eyes of many. Starting … Continue reading Arguably loudest actress Mehwish Apa passes away silently
So we now have seen reports making fresh rounds on Pakistani TV about how a dog Chester was able to get an MBA degree from ‘Rochville University’, one that is listed in New York Times’ list tracking alleged Axact websites. … Continue reading Is this American show’s episode inspired by alleged Axact scandal?
In its official response to New York Times’ story accusing it of running a massive diploma mill, Axact — the group behind Bol TV network — posted a link to the pdf version of the legal notice their attorneys sent … Continue reading Axact’s legal notice to NYT not so legal?