Friday, January 16, 2009

“Media Pakistan”


Pakistan's First International Exhibition & Conference on Digital, Satellite & Broadcast Media Technology


DAWN invites you to "Media Pakistan', a three day exhibition showcasing the latest range of digital, broadcast and satellite media technology and equipment.


The Dawn Media Pakistan exhibition will be bringing all the relevant service providers (rendering services & technology products to the media industry including technology sector vendors, suppliers, distributors, importers, IT industry specialists, telecom experts, exporters and agents) to come together on a single platform providing an opportunity for business networking and knowledge sharing. The exhibition is also your chance to take a closer look at the latest in media technology, with an array of manufacturers and production equipment providers in attendance


Come face to face with Pakistan's media community, TV channels, radio stations, print media advertising agencies and production houses all represented at The DAWN Media Pakistan Exhibition.


Expand your media horizons and join us at The DAWN Media Pakistan Exhibition at the Karachi Expo Centre


Timings:            Friday   30th January 3:00 pm -8:00 pm

                         Saturday & Sunday 31st January & 1st February 11:00 am-8:00 pm.


To attend Media Pakistan exhibition, please register yourself online at



For further queries please feel free to contact us on Phone: 5613124, Fax 5637277,
Mobile 0300-8250225 or Email: &

resolution of the dispute over Kashmir would help deny extremists one of their main calls to arms,,MESSAGE TO STATE TERRORIST INDIA FROM UNITED KINGDOM

india rejects UK minister's remarks on Kashmir

The Indian response came after Mr Miliband wrote in an opinion piece for the Guardian newspaper that "resolution of the dispute over Kashmir would help deny extremists one of their main calls to arms".

British Foreign Secretary David Miliband's quest for a political rather than military approach to weed out terrorism may have been welcomed in Indian administered Kashmir but the prescription was dismissed by India's foreign ministry as intrusive.

"Mr Miliband is entitled to his views, which are clearly his own and are evolving," India's foreign ministry spokesman Vishnu Prakash said.

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