Daily Pakistan

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Daily Pakistan
TypeDaily newspaper
Editor-in-chiefMujeeb-ur-Rehman Shami
LanguageUrdu and English
HeadquartersLahore, Pakistan
WebsiteDaily Pakistan Urdu, Daily Pakistan English, Daily Pakistan Chinese

The Daily Pakistan (Urdu: روزنامہ پاکستان) is a daily newspaper in Pakistan, , published both in Urdu language and in English. Mujeeb-ur-Rehman Shami is its chief editor.[1][2][3]

Daily Pakistan is currently published from Lahore, Karachi, Islamabad, Multan and Peshawar simultaneously.[1]


This Lahore-based daily was started in December 1997 by Akbar Ali Bhatti. This was the first newspaper of Pakistan that came in a colored form. He suffered hardships and was put behind the bars due to some clashes with the government during the time. The newspaper was then handed over to Mujeeb ur Rehman Shami. Prior to taking over Daily Pakistan, he was Editor-in-Chief of the Weekly Zindagi, Lahore. Mujeeb also served as president, Council of Pakistan Newspaper Editors (CPNE) in 2002.[4]

Notable columnists[edit]

  • Mujeeb-ur-Rehman Shami (Jalsa-e-Aam) (Chief editor of Daily Pakistan)[1][4][5]
  • Noman Nayyir Kulachvi[6] (Sirat-e-Danish)
  • Isar Rana (Group Editor Daily Pakistan)
  • Anique Butt (Sabz-Bagh)
  • Shahid Malik (Kush-Kalami)
  • QudartUllah Chaudry (Ye Lahore Hy)
  • Mohsin Goraya (Surkh-Fita)
  • Mustafa Kamaal Pasha (Current Affairs)
  • Naseem Shahid (Ankahi)


See also[edit]


  1. ^ a b c Shami deplores NAB move to seek details about ads Dawn newspaper, Published 29 July 2019, Retrieved 17 January 2024
  2. ^ (Associated Press Of Pakistan - APP) Journalists visit Overseas Pakistanis Commission (OPC) The Nation (Pakistan newspaper), Published 24 November 2017, Retrieved 17 January 2024
  3. ^ Daily Pakistan newspaper on the List of National newspapers in Pakistan w3newspapers.com website, Retrieved 17 January 2024
  4. ^ a b (Council of Pakistan Newspapers Editors) CPNE meets secretary information Dawn newspaper, Published 13 July 2002, Retrieved 17 January 2024
  5. ^ Tributes to Majid Nizami on 89th birthday The Nation (Pakistan newspaper), Published 4 April 2017, Retrieved 17 January 2024
  6. ^ "Noman Nayyir Kulachvi Archives". Retrieved 3 December 2022.
  7. ^ Profile of Mujeeb-ur-Rehman Shami on tv.com.pk website Retrieved 6 June 2020

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