Daily Times (Pakistan)

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Daily Times
Daily Times newspaper of Pakistan.jpg
Front Page for January 1, 2015
Type Daily newspaper
Format Broadsheet
Publisher Shehryar Taseer
Editor Raza Rumi
Founded 2002
Political alignment Liberal/Secular
Headquarters Lahore, Punjab,
 Pakistan
Website [1]

The Daily Times (DT) is an English-language Pakistani newspaper. Launched on April 9, 2002, Daily Times, which is simultaneously published from Lahore, Islamabad and Karachi, is edited by Raza Rumi.[1] The newspaper was owned by Governor of Punjab and Pakistan Peoples Party stalwart Salmaan Taseer.[2]

Staff and columnists[edit]

The Daily Times is widely recognized as a newspaper that advocates liberal and secular ideas.

Daily Times (Pakistan) is listed as a member publication on the All Pakistan Newspapers Society website.[3]

The main contributors to the Daily Times include:

  • Qasir M. Chaudhry
  • Rizwan Asghar
  • Ali Salman Alvi
  • Aurangzeb Qureshi
  • Hasan Askari Rizvi
  • Zafar Hilaly
  • Ishtiaq Ahmed
  • Munir Attaullah
  • Babar Ayaz
  • Gulmina Bilal Ahmad
  • Mahjabeen Islam
  • Farrukh Khan Pitafi
  • Manzur Ejaz
  • Mehmal Sarfraz (former Op-Ed Editor)
  • Zahir Hussain
  • Garga Chatterjee
  • J Sri Raman
  • Javaid Iqbal Bhat
  • Mir Mohammad Ali Talpur
  • Ali K Chishti
  • Andleeb Abbas
  • Rakesh Mani
  • Abbas Rashid
  • Salman Tarik Kureshi
  • Naeem Tahir
  • Farah Adeed
  • Syed Mansoor Hussain
  • Yasser Latif Hamdani
  • Reem Wasay (Op-Ed Editor)
  • Ralph Shaw
  • Hassan Khan
  • Amjad Parvez[4]
  • Iftikhar Ahmad
  • Mohammad Jamil
  • Shaheer Ahmad Piracha
  • Obed Suhail
  • Haider Shah
  • Lal Khan[5]
  • Saulat Nagi
  • Farman Nawaz
  • Raja Omer Shabbir
  • M. Khalid Shaikh
  • M. Aamer Sarfraz
  • Suleman Khanzada

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