The West intensifies efforts to free up more ‘blasphemers’. Screams a headline in bold red on top of one of the colored pages of national daily, Ummat. Right next to it, an old photo of Aasia Bibi is displayed on...
In Pakistan, it is believed that the media blind spot on any case means that the law won't take its course as swiftly as it does on the cases that enjoy media attention. Team Media Gardi investigates how the...
It is commonly believed that democracy and freedom of press rise and fall together. Pakistan’s top English daily Dawn wrote that the decrease in the number of journalists’ body bags over the years doesn’t reflect greater press freedom. This...
Despite being one of only 3 countries in the world which has yet to eradicate polio, Pakistan and parts of its society remain in the dark about the importance of the vaccine which is needed to prevent little children...
5th Generation Warfare or Hybrid Warfare has become a buzz word in Pakistan’s media landscape with every other political and ‘defense’ analyst bandying around it. In this video, Team Media Gardi attempts to sift fact from fiction in the...
Social media users weren’t pleased to find Minister of State for Interior Shehryar Afridi sharing stage with Muhammad Ahmad Ludhianvi, head of Ahl-e-Sunnat Wal Jammat (ASWJ) – a political front for the banned sectarian outfit Sipah-e-Sahaba Pakistan (SSP), days...
OFCOM – the media and communication regulator of the United Kingdom (UK) has fined Channel 44, a UK based Urdu news and current affairs channel for airing hate speech and unfounded allegations against the Ahmadiyya community. The media regulator said...
This video by Media Gardi looks into how hate speech against religious minorities and powerless segments of the society is usually considered a non-issue in Pakistan. The frequent demonization of political rivals and religious minorities through media has desensitized...
In this video, Team Media Gardi pays a heartfelt tribute to Mashal Khan on his second death anniversary. He was lynched by a mob at Abdul Wali Khan University on April 13, 2017 over false accusations of blasphemy.
The enhanced access to broadband internet seems to have also ushered in a little trouble alongside unprecedented ease and comfort. The recent briefing of the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) to the National Assembly’s standing committee on IT and Telecommunication...

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