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
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. Mr Abdus Satter Former Foreign Minister is the lead current affairs analyst of this newespaper.He focuses on international security. The Daily Pakistan Observer is one of the largest circulated English newspaper of Pakistan, being published simultaneously from, Islamabad, Karachi, Lahore, Peshawar and Quetta .The Newspaper has a vast readership all over Pakistan especially in the four Provincial capitals as well as the Northern areas

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.

The Daily Pakistan Observer has  been declared on top-5 leading English dailies of Pakistan according to Red Book(NATIONAL READERSHIP SURVEY) .The Pakistan Observer is the most visited newspaper of the country and it can be verified from www.pakobserver.net that between 300,000 and 600,000 persons visit the e-newspaper at any time of the day. 

Pakistan Observer’s circulation break-up is as follows:

Stations Islamabad 43,500 Karachi 35,000 Lahore 21,000 Peshawar 9,600 Quetta 5,100

Editor[edit]

Its editor-in-chief is Zahid Malik.

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