Pakistan Observer

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Pakistan Observer
Type Daily newspaper
Editor-in-chief Zahid Malik
Founded 1 November 1988
Language English
Headquarters Islamabad, Pakistan
OCLC number 17883609
Official website pakobserver.net

The Pakistan Observer is an English-language daily newspaper published in Islamabad, Karachi, Lahore. The newspaper was founded in 1988 by MR Zahid Malik

Origins[edit]

The newspaper was started on 1 November 1988.The news paper is now led by Zahid MALIK and his 3 sons and a daughter Faisal Zahid Malik, Gauhar Zahid Malik,Omar Malik, Sadia Zahid Malik.The news paper celebrated its 24th birthday this year.The head office is in the capital city Islamabad and it has 4 other office in Karachi, lahore, Peshawar,and muzafarabad. Air Commodore (Retd) Khalid Iqbal is the lead current affairs analyst of this newespaper.He focuses on international security.

Circulation and publication[edit]

Although not in the league of Dawn or The News International  – Pakistan's two other widely read English-language newspapers – it is popular among its readers. It is published from Pakistan's major cities, including its metropolis. It has been continuously published ever since it was started in 1988.

Editor[edit]

Its editor-in-chief is Zahid Malik.

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