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Dawn Newspaper Jobs 2021 1 Finance Department Sindh Jobs 2021
Posted Date : February 20, 2021
Dawn Newspaper Jobs 2021 1 Rangers Cadet College Chakri Jobs 2021
Posted Date : February 18, 2021
Dawn Newspaper Jobs 2021 1 HEC Programme Specialist Jobs 2021
Posted Date : February 14, 2021
Dawn Newspaper Jobs 2021 1 Peshawar High Court KPPSC Jobs 2021
Posted Date : January 1, 2021

The oldest newspaper of Pakistan is Dawn, Dawn Newspaper publishes jobs ads, promotions on a daily routine. Today newspaper has announced the following jobs. Dawn Newspaper publishes promotions in English, Urdu, Sindhi, Pashto, Balochi. However, it is famous all over Pakistan. Here you can check the Government and Private sectors jobs 2020. Todayjobs.pk team makes it easy to apply easy and get all the job information point to point.

Sunrise is Pakistan’s most established English-language paper and is the nation’s paper of record. It is the nation’s biggest English language everyday paper and the leader of the Dawn Group of Newspapers. Daybreak is distributed by Pakistan Herald Publications, which additionally claims the magazine Herald, the data innovation magazine Spider, and the promoting advertising and media magazine Aurora. Envoy is done distributing.

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Daybreak was established by Quaid-I-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah in Delhi, India, on October 26, 1941, as a mouthpiece for the Muslim League. The primary issue was printed at Latifi Press on October 12, 1942. The paper has workplaces in Karachi (Sindh), Lahore (Punjab), and the government capital Islamabad, and reporters abroad. As of 2010, it has a workday flow of more than 109,000. The CEO of Dawn bunch is Hameed Haroon, and the current manager is Zaffar Abbas. On March 24, 2016, it turned into the primary paper to contradict the resumption of capital punishment in Pakistan.