BBC is an excellent source of Pakistan Urdu news, commentary and analysis. Despite the slight British bias in reporting, more than 180 million people turn to BBC World for independent news reports and analysis every week. Simply the best Urdu newspaper from Pakistan – no ifs or buts. Owned by Century Publications, a Lakson Group subsidiary, it is published simultaneously from Islamabad, Karachi, Lahore, Peshawar, Quetta, Multan, Faisalabad, Jang forex, Sargodha, Rahimyar Khan and Sukkar.
Big names like Abbas Athar, Abdul Qadir Hassan, Javed Chaudhry, Abdullah Tariq Sohail, Asadullah Ghalib, Zahida Hina, and many more are associated with the Daily Express. The Daily Jang is an Urdu newspaper based in Pakistan. It was one of the very few Urdu news sources on the net for Pakistanis around the world for a long time. The Daily Jang is published by the Jang Group of Newspapers.
Access is free, however you will need to register before you can access it. I like it because it gives me access to Pakistan local news as well. Know what did not make the frontpage today. Yet another version of the popular Daily Jang Urdu: This is the text version of the Urdu newspaper, and is ideal for users with dial-up or slower internet connection.
Founded by Hamid Nizami in 1940, Nawa-i-Waqt is an Urdu language daily newspaper from Pakistan. Nawa-i-Waqt is one of the oldest sources of Urdu news in Pakistan. Nawa-i-Waqt has traditionally favoured the right wing, and the bias can be seen in its reporting and editorials. Among the columnists of the newspaper are Ataul Haq Kasmi, Dr. Founded by a prominent Journalist, Zia Shahid, around 1990 in Lahore, Khabrain is a popular Pakistani Urdu newspaper that is published daily from Lahore, Karachi, Islamabad, Multan, and Peshawar. The newspaper is known for identifying, investigating, and reporting social injustice in the Pakistani society.
Zain Malik is the chief editor of Daily Jinnah. Although Daily Jinnah covers both natinal and international news events, this newspaper has excellent news coverage of local events. Published from Karachi, The daily Ummat is a right wing urdu newspaper known for its investigative reporting and colorful daily cartoon. Daily Ausaf is one of the few Pakistani Urdu newspapers that are know for unbiased reporting and edtiorials.
Founded in 1970 in Karachi, the daily Jasarat is one of the few political party newspapers in Pakistan. Founded around 1990 in Lahore, the Daily Pakistan is published daily from Lahore, Islamabad, and Peshawar. This Pakistani Urdu newspaper also had Karachi and Multan editions as well, but have long discontinued publishing these editions. Owned by Mashriq Group of Newspaper, Daily Mashriq is published from Peshawar.
The newspaper is not owned by the government any more. Syed Ayaz Badshah is the Chief Editor. Owned by the Jang Group of Publications, Akhbar e Jehan is a weekly Urdu magazine published from Karachi, Pakistan, and distributed around the world. The Dawn was founded by the Quaid-e-Azam, Mohammad Ali Jinnah, the father of the nation. Published from Karachi, Lahore, and Islamabad, the DAWN is the most widely circulated English language newspaper of Pakistan, enjoying a nation-wide influence. The News International is the second largest English language newspaper in Pakistan.
The News has an ABC certified circulation of 140,000. The Nation is an English-language newspaper in Pakistan. It is published by Majid Nizami of the Nawa-i-Waqt group. The roots of The Nation trace back to 1940 when Nawa-i-Waqt was formed. The Nation is internationally the most quoted Pakistani newspaper. The Post is a an English-language Pakistani newspaper, owned by Khabrain Group of newspapers. Attempting to rival the existing newspapers, it has brought a new vision into the modern journalism.
It was founded on August 14, 2005 by late Ednan Shahid. With a circulation of more than 1,600,000 in Pakistan the paper currently has its resident offices at Islamabad and Karachi. The Frontier post was founded in 1984 in Pesahwar as the first English newspaper from Pakhtoonistan. The newspaper is known for its Peshawar, Quetta and Afghanistan news sections.