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‘Mutual cooperation a must for SAARC states’

Speakers at a seminar on Thursday said in order to save themselves from exploitation by the foreign countries, the SAARC member states needed cooperation...

‘Pak-India intel agencies should interact on terror’

Speakers at a seminar on Saturday presented a shocking demand, saying that intelligence agencies of India and Pakistan should interact to address terrorist-related issues...

Free trade between India and Pakistan necessary: SAFMA

The speakers at a seminar on ‘SAARC’s promise amid Indo-Pak thaw’ on Friday said that free trade between Pakistan and India is necessary for...

SAFMA to hold seminar

The South Asia Free Media Association (SAFMA) is holding a seminar on SAARC’s promise amid Indo-Pak thaw.

SAFMA sues TV channel, analyst over slanderous remarks

The South Asian Free Media Association (SAFMA) has sent defamation notices to the management of a private TV channel, anchor Mehr Bukhari and analyst...

SAFMA team to celebrate Indo-Pak independence

A 29-member delegation comprising journalists, artists, farmers and politicians led by eminent journalist Nusrat Javed is leaving for India under the platform of South...

SAFMA cancels talk on Arab revolution

A talk on Arab revolution supposed to be held at the South Asian Free Media Association (SAFMA) office on Sunday was cancelled because of...

SAFMA to hold press seminar today

South Asian Free Media Association (SAFMA) is organising a seminar at the South Asian Media Center to mark the ‘freedom of press day’ on...

SAFMA discusses cricket’s role in Indo-Pak diplomacy

LAHORE - A seminar was organised by the South Asian Free Media Association (SAFMA) on Wednesday where high-profile speakers discussed "If cricketing could act as a diplomatic effort to build ties with India?" The seminar was led by the speakers Hasan Askari, IA Rehman, and Khaled Ahmed who each voiced their view on the role of sports, especially cricket, in the relations of the two countries and discussed how it could act positively.
IA Rehman said there was a common saying that

SAFMA slams NoC condition

ISLAMABAD - Criticizing the decision of the government that artists, writers, journalists and civil society activists must obtain No Objection Certificate (NoC) from the Ministry of Interior prior to their visits abroad, particularly to India, South Asian Free Media Association (SAFMA) has called for immediate withdrawal of the condition.
"We do not accept this NoC policy and demand of the government to immediately withdraw its decision as it reflects mindset of Hitler's regime,"

SAFMA marks SAARC’s silver jubilee with a seminar

LAHORE - The South Asia Free Media Association (SAFMA) held a seminar on Thursday to mark the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation's (SAARC) silver jubilee.
Former foreign minister Khurshid Mahmood Kasuri said that during former president General (r) Pervez Musharraf's government, talks with India were going in the right direction. The Sir Creek issue was about to be resolved but the 2008 general elections changed the entire scenario.
He said those people who