Daily Lokaai

The Daily Lokaai (Punjabi:روزوار لوکائی) is a daily newspaper of Punjab, Pakistan. Lokaai means people or masses in Punjabi. Lokaai was first published in 2006 with purpose to fill the gap created after the closure of daily Khabran punjabi version of Khabrain. Lokaai is currently publishing from Lahore, Pakistan. Jameel Ahmad Paul is current[when?] editor of the newspaper. Daily Lokaai covers national, international and regional news.[1][2] Provincial newspapers and publications are facing hardship in the country but having all these obstacles Lokaai is proving media service to a Punjabi audience. [3][4][5][6][7]

Daily Lokaai
TypeDaily Newspaper
FormatPrint, online
Owner(s)Jameel Ahmad Paul
Founded2006
LanguagePunjabi

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Another Daily in Punjabi". Dawn Publications.
  2. ^ "Masood Khaddarposh trust". masoodkhaddarposh.org.
  3. ^ "Provincial language, journalism and governments". dawn.com. Dawn Publications.
  4. ^ "When press conferences abruptly end". dawn.com. Dawn Publications.
  5. ^ "Education at what cost?". dawn.com. Dawn Publications.
  6. ^ "Mother tongue: Punjabi language on the edge". dawn.com. Dawn Publications.
  7. ^ "Linguistic war on media". dawn.com. Dawn Publications.

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