Hassan Nisar

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Hassan Nisar
حسن نثار
Born 5 July 1951
Rawalpindi
Occupation Journalist
Nationality Pakistani
Subject Politics Economist
Website
www.hassannisar.com

Hassan Nisar (Urdu: حسن نثار ‎) is a Pakistani journalist, columnist and an analyst.[1] He is known for his talk show Choraha (Crossroads) in ARY, Pakistan.[2][3]

Career[edit]

Nisar started his career as a journalist from Dhanak Magazine in 1972. Later he became the Editor of Dhanak. He composed poetry, movie songs and edited a magazine Monthly Zanjeer in 1980, he appeared on TV talk shows in Urdu, including Meray Mutabiq and Choraha on Geo News. He is also a regular member on a TV show Report Card hosted by Geo TV anchor Ayesha Bakhsh. His commentaries in print and electronic media focus on contemporary Pakistan and its political history.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Hassan Nisar – Family Interview in the magazine "Gourmet Khawateen", issue September 2013, (in Urdu)". Reviewwit.pk. Retrieved 13 September 2014. 
  2. ^ "Is London Pakistan's secret capital?", The Nation (Pakistan), October 9, 2010, archived from the original on October 29, 2010, retrieved 2010-10-22, ... 'Choraha' on Geo News ... Guest is Kamran Shafi and hosts are Hassan Nisar and Yasir Pirzada ... 
  3. ^ "کالم نگار جهالت اور جزبات فروشی کا کام کرتے هیں ("Columnists spread ignorance and sensationalism")", Urdu Point, retrieved 2010-10-22, ... 'ضیاء الحق ایک بےایمان آدمی تها، اس ملک کا بیڑا غرق کر گیا' ('Zia-ul-Haq was a dishonest man, and ruined Pakistan') ... 

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