The Frontier Post

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The Frontier Post
Type Daily Newspaper
Format Broadsheet
Founder(s) Rehmat Shah Afridi
Editor Mustafa Nazir Ahmad
Editor-in-chief Rehmat Shah Afridi
Founded 1985
Language English
Headquarters Lahore, Pakistan

The Frontier Post is an independent English language daily newspaper being published from Peshawar, Lahore, Islamabad, Karachi, Quetta (Pakistan) and Kabul (Afghanistan) since 1985. The newspaper has a history of standing up for democracy and human rights, and for raising the voice of the marginalised and oppressed communities of Pakistan. The founder, chief editor and publisher, Rehmat Shah Afridi, has been termed a 'prisoner of conscience' by Amnesty International due to his longstanding struggle for democracy and media freedom in Pakistan. The resident editor, Mustafa Nazir Ahmad, is one of Pakistan's leading journalists, academics and development practitioners. He has worked in senior capacities for leading English daily newspapers and development organisations, besides teaching at top universities of the country.


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