Organisation November 9, 2006 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Detention, violence and harassment of journalists in madrassa attack probe News Reporters Without Borders condemned the arrest of five journalists in the tribal areas while covering the aftermath of the missile attack on the religious school in Bajaur in which 83 people died. Masood Khan, Anwar Hakim, Haseen Ahmed, Zafarullah and Moammad Ibrahim were interrogated by an officer. Several reporters including the correspondent for a privately-owned TV channel, Nowsherwan Qalandar, were beaten by para-militaries.The violence incidents occurred as a group of Pakistani lawyers and journalists were investigating the attack on the Islamic school, in the villages of Shangai and Bajaur. June 2, 2021 Find out more News PakistanAsia – Pacific April 21, 2021 Find out more to go further News Follow the news on Pakistan Pakistani journalist critical of the military wounded by gunfire Help by sharing this information News Receive email alerts Pakistani TV anchor censored after denouncing violence against journalists RSF_en —————————————–31.10.2006Journalists barred from entered Bajaur district to cover controversial air strikeReporters Without Borders today criticised the Pakistani army for barring journalists from entering the district of Bajaur, in the Tribal Areas north of Peshawar, where about 80 people were reportedly killed in an army air strike yesterday on a madrassa run by a pro-Taliban cleric. The area is now effectively closed to the press and, under pressure from local authorities only journalists from the Tribal Areas are tolerated.“It is regrettable that the press has again been banned from covering a controversial military operation,” Reporters Without Borders said. “This lack of transparency is arousing suspicion about the facts of this air strike, which is threatening the fragile peace in the Tribal Areas. We are reminded of the government’s continuing refusal to shed light on the kidnapping and murder of reporter Hayatullah Khan after he investigated an air strike in the area.”Two Peshawar-based journalists, Haroon Rashid of the BBC World Service’s Urdu-language service, and Mehmood Jan Babar of the Pakistan’s AVT Khyber TV, were denied access to Bajaur yesterday. Soldiers are checking each vehicle entering the area and have been given strict orders not to let any journalist go to Khar, the capital of Bajaur, or to the site of the air strike. “You are not welcome… We have orders to turn back all journalists,” the two reporters were told. A third Peshawar-based journalist was denied access to the district.Earlier this year, the authorities arrested journalists heading to Khar with the aim of covering an air strike on the village of Damadola that reportedly left 13 dead. PakistanAsia – Pacific Pakistani supreme court acquits main suspect in Daniel Pearl murder January 28, 2021 Find out more
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1 min. story Skip Ad Harry Kane will lead the line for Tottenham at Arsenal (Picture: Getty)Arsenal boss Unai Emery insists his side will have a ‘game plan’ to deal with Tottenham star Harry Kane on Sunday.The Gunners take on their north London rivals at the Emirates this weekend and must stop Kane to overcome their neighbours.Both clubs tasted defeat for the first time last weekend with Arsenal losing 3-1 against Liverpool and Tottenham collapsing to a 1-0 home defeat to Newcastle.It means they’ll both be looking to make amends and Kane has an excellent record against the Gunners, scoring nine goals in nine appearances.ADVERTISEMENT Comment Read More Read More by Metro Rio Ferdinand tells Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop struggling Manchester United captain Harry Maguire Video Settings About Connatix V67539 1/1 Read More SPONSORED Coming Next Unai Emery reveals Arsenal’s plan to stop Harry Kane in north London derby Read More PLAY Full Screen Sean KearnsFriday 30 Aug 2019 9:05 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link / Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Read More Top articles Skip Emery insists Arsenal have a plan to counter Kane (Picture: Getty)However, Emery insists Arsenal have their own ‘big’ players and will work collectively to stop Kane.AdvertisementAdvertisement‘Kane is a big and great player for them, but we also have very big and great players in our team,’ said Emery.‘We are going to play with our game plan and also with respect to them, but also believing in our game plan and in our players and in our supporters, because they are going to help us.‘We need also to stop them, but thinking also that we have very good players to do that. Also, to show our best capacity and best performance on Sunday.’More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing ArsenalKane is already the highest scorer in Premier League history when it comes to the north London derby but one more goal will take him level with Emmanuel Adebayor, who managed ten goals against Spurs across all competitions.Nacho Monreal could make a final appearance for the club on Sunday before making a move to Real Sociedad before the transfer window closes.MORE: Manchester United coaches felt Alexis Sanchez struggled to cope at a ‘truly big club’ following Arsenal exit Advertisement Advertisement
The all-women entrepreneurship organization SoGal, formerly known as GirlsUp, hosted the SoGal Summit, a conference for aspiring women entrepreneurs from across Southern California, on March 28 in the Seeley G. Mudd building.During the all-day event, women attended a fireside chat, a keynote speech, entrepreneurial process panels and mentoring sessions.Pocket Sun, the founder of SoGal and organizer of the SoGal Summit, said she hoped that the event would provide attendees with a forum to network and put forth their own business ideas.“I wanted to take it to the next level by creating an all-day gathering, networking and celebration, so that young millennial female entrepreneurs, especially students, can showcase their innovation and get connections and resources in the SoCal startup community,” she said.Sun said she faced much adversity in planning the event because of time constraints.“I was told by professors, directors who have put on many conferences themselves that I can’t possibly accomplish the task in such little time even with my team’s help,” she said.After working 12 hours a day, seven days a week for two and a half months, Sun was able to secure a location, find speakers and recruit sponsors. More than 450 tickets to the summit were sold. Blackstone LaunchPad at USC sponsored the event.Among those who attended the SoGal Summit included Sabrina Kay of Fremont College; Robyn Ward of United Talent Agency; Melinda Moore, chief marketing officer at Crowdfunder; Erin Reilly, creative director of Annenberg Innovation Lab; and Espree Devora, founder of WeAreLATech. In total, more than 300 female entrepreneurs attended the event.Kay gave a keynote address describing her achievements. She told her life story about how she came to achieve a doctorate from the University of Pennsylvania and master’s degrees from both UPenn and USC.She also described her business ventures in a series of industries, as the chancellor and CEO of Fremont College and the founder of the California Design College, now known as the Art Institute of California.Kay concluded her speech imploring each audience member to remain one of the “crazy ones.” The audience responded with a standing ovation.Her speech was followed by a pitch competition in which 10 companies, all composed of women, competed.According to the judges, three stood out. The companies that received honorable mentions were Sportec, which aims to improve the technologies that people use in the sports industry, and ManServant, the newest form of party entertainment in which women can hire attractive men to serve them during special events.The winner of the pitch competition was Pulp Pantry, a company that uses the excess leftover pulp from juiceries to create healthy snacks like muffins and crackers. The organization was established by Kaitlin Mogentale, a senior majoring in environmental science, and Ashley Lukashevsky, a senior majoring in international relations, and Uzo Onyejiaka, a senior majoring in business administration. However, Onyejiaka was not in attendance at the pitch competition.Mogentale said she appreciated the opportunity to participate in the competition.“With every pitch, our business just gets better. We have to make sure how we will impress the judges, which only leads us to rethink our business plan and improve it,” she said.Melissa Feldman, a junior majoring in communication, said that she was able to learn how to effectively present herself in up-and-coming markets.“As someone that is interested in entrepreneurship, the summit taught me how to present myself and about the hottest new markets,” Feldman said.Tiffany Yin, a junior majoring in economics, said that the event was a great networking opportunity.“I am not necessarily interested in entrepreneurship, but this was an great event that allowed me to meet people from all kinds of industries,” Yin said.Sun also said that she was very proud of the turnout.“We got amazing social media traction and very awesome feedback from the attendees and speakers,” she said.UPDATE: The story has been updated to include the fact that Blackstone LaunchPad USC was a sponsor of the SoGal Summit.