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Ammar Masood

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Ammar Masood is a prominent political analyst and media consultant. He is a former director at 92 News, a former program director at Dunya TV and a former director at PTV. He currently writes for Jang and enjoys writing short stories.

سیاسی جمود سے سیاسی جدوجہد تک

Leaders have fallen prey to their own rhetoric. What solution does world history suggest in such difficult places? Ammar Masood writes.

جسٹس شوکت عزیز صدیقی کے نام ایک خط

Ammar Masood writes an open letter to Justice Shaukat Aziz Siddiqui in a tongue-in-cheek manner.

اسلام آباد کو شناخت مل گئی

Ammar Masood discusses the recent multitude of assassinations of prominent Pakistani journalists.

نواز شریف کی سیاست ۔ پانامہ کے بعد

Ammar Masood details Nawaz Sharif's politics after the Panama Papers scandal.

ابصار عالم ہوش میں نہیں

Prominent Pakistani journalist has been shot after criticising the military — Ammar Masood details the aftermath of such an event.

ڈسکہ الیکشن کے بارہ نتائج

Ammar Masood details the Daska election results.

مونچھیں ہوں تو نٹور لال جیسی

Heads of state aren't always the best decision-makers — Ammar Masood explains.

اسلام آباد پولیس اور سیف سٹی پراجیکٹ

Despite its limited resources, Islamabad's police force has worked diligently in the line of defence.

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