The News International

The News International (ISSN 1563-9479), published in broadsheet size, is the largest English language newspaper in Pakistan.[1] It is published daily from Karachi, Lahore and Rawalpindi/Islamabad.[2] An overseas edition is published from London that caters to the Pakistani community in the United Kingdom.[3]

The News International
The News International logo
Type Daily newspaper
Format Broadsheet
Owner(s) Jang Group of Newspapers
Publisher Mir Shakil-ur-Rahman
Editor Talat Aslam
Founded February 11, 1991
Political alignment moderate
Headquarters Karachi, Pakistan
Circulation 140,000
ISSN 1563-9479


The News International is published by the Jang Group of Newspapers, publisher of the Daily Jang (جنگ), an Urdu language newspaper in Pakistan.[4] Mir Khalil ur Rehman was the founder of the newspaper and his younger brother, Mir Shakil ur Rehman, is the current Chief Executive Officer and Editor-in-Chief.[5]


The regular op-ed contributors for The News International are:


Iftikhar Qaisar (based in London) 1985-2015

See also


  1. ^ Citizen Khan - view from abroad (in this article, read news coverage of comments by the Pakistani newspaper The News International), BBC News, Published 7 September 2012, Retrieved 22 September 2017
  2. ^ The News International (newspaper), a listed member newspaper of All Pakistan Newspapers Society, website, Retrieved 22 September 2017
  3. ^ Profile of Pakistani newspaper The News International on website, Retrieved 22 September 2017
  4. ^ Pakistan profile - Media (in this article, read the list under 'Press' showing The News International), BBC News, Published 2 March 2017, Retrieved 22 September 2017
  5. ^ 2008: US criticized major media group for irresponsible reporting, Dawn (newspaper), Published 1 June 2011, Retrieved 22 September 2017
  6. ^ Profile of journalist Ghazi Salahuddin on website, Retrieved 22 September 2017
  7. ^ Hamid Mir wins 'most resilient journalist award', Geo News, Published 2 November 2016, Retrieved 22 September 2017

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