updated Mon. December 4, 2023
January 9, 2018
Those who laid down their lives in the line of duty are Saleem Tahir (Dera Ismail Khan), Musa Khankhel (Swat), Azmat Ali Bangash (Peshawar), Fazal Wahab (Swat) and Hayatullah Khan (North Waziristan). The families of these slain journalists received either little or no compensation. The other fiveÃâÃÂ ...
January 8, 2018
Those who laid their lives in the line of duty are Saleem Tahir (D.I.Khan), Musa Khankhel (Swat), Azmat Ali Bangash (Peshawar), Fazal Wahab (Swat) and Hayatullah Khan (North Waziristan). The families of these slain journalists received either little or no compensation. The other five journalists who cameÃâÃÂ ...
November 29, 2017
Nine days after Mumbai Mirror broke the story that Afroz Shah had suspended the campaign of cleaning Versova beach after alleging that his volunteers were abused by goons and the BMC had failed to pick up the garbage, the lawyer-turned-activist has decided to resume the drive again. Shah will beÃâÃÂ ...
November 28, 2017
Days after a Mulund resident, Neelima Puranik, got sucked into a manhole on her way back home from a temple in Bhakti Marg area, the police arrested two people for stealing the manhole cover and causing the accident. The accused have been identified as Hayatullah Khan, 27, and Shafiullah Khan, 20.
November 12, 2017
(From left) Saurav Chatterjee, Sabatullah Khan and Jogendra Jaiswal with their trophies at a city hotel on Sunday. Calcutta: A convoy of four-wheelers and two-wheelers drove through the forests of Bankura to complete the 18th Kaviguru Rally presented by Xtra Premium, in association with The Telegraph.
Geo News, Pakistan
November 2, 2017
But what about the cases of many Pakistani journalists, including those of Wali Khan Babar, Munir Sangi, Saleem Shahazad and Hayatullah Khan? The case of Geo News reporter Wali Babar goes into history as perhaps the only one in which nine people related to the case were killed, the situationÃâÃÂ ...
October 17, 2017
After Hayatullah Khan was abducted in Fata in late 2005 — following his report about a drone strike that killed a militant leader in North Waziristan — and found dead six months later, a judicial inquiry was ordered. The report, however, was never made public, although he was the fifth journalist to be killedÃâÃÂ ...
March 8, 2017
DSP Mukhtiar Ahmed has been transferred and posted as acting SP investigations, Lower Dir; DSP CTD Hafeezur Rehman has been transferred and posted as acting SP investigations, Upper Kohistan; DSP headquarters, Nowshera, Hayatullah Khan has been transferred and posted as DSP securityÃâÃÂ ...
Inter Press Service
January 30, 2017
Hayatullah Khan was the first journalist killed, in June 2006 after being kidnapped in December 2005 in Waziristan. Since then more than 20 journalists have been killed in the seven agencies of FATA, allegedly by Taliban militants who were unhappy over their reporting. “Taliban militants set on fire aÃâÃÂ ...
Council on Foreign Relations (blog)
September 19, 2011
We only know that the villagers of Haisori found physical evidence of the American drone strike because freelance journalist Hayatullah Khan filed a story and photographs with the Urdu-language daily Ausaf, with the pictures further distributed around the world by the European Pressphoto Agency (EPA).
June 21, 2006
The murder of a Pakistani journalist who reported on the alleged killing of an al-Qaeda suspect highlights the dangers for the media in the tribal areas. The body of Hayatullah Khan, himself a tribesman, was found last Friday in North Waziristan, more than six months after he was abducted by unknownÃâÃÂ ...
CPJ Press Freedom Online
June 18, 2006
New York, June 16, 2006—The Committee to Protect Journalists is greatly distressed by reports that abducted Pakistani journalist Hayatullah Khan has been found dead. International news agencies reported that Khan's body was found today by villagers in the North Waziristan town of Mir Ali, from whereÃâÃÂ ...
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