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2018 was a revolutionary year for Naya Daur. Since we believe our platform is voice to those who do not have access to the mainstream media, we provided platform to people to have a say via our v-logs. Here are our top 5 v-logs.

Raza Rumi on Punjab government restoring Basant

Recently, govt announced moving court against the ban on basant. Raza Rumi appreciates this move that will restore the festival. ‘State should do its job instead of banning festivals’.

Marvi Sirmed talks about PTI and Imran Khan’s policies 

In this video, Journalist Marvi Sirmed talks about strengthening the Parliament, the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) policies and democracy as a whole.


Laiba Zainab on women being blackmailed over nudes

Journalist Laiba Zainab talks about reasons why women send nudes over social media and how they are blackmailed over the images. She also talks about ways to tackle the problem and importance of consent.

Saadia Ahmed requests COAS to help open avenues for religious tourism

Earlier this year, the PTI government took a laudable step and opened the Kartarpur Corridor for Sikh Pilgrims. In this v-log, Saadia Ahmad makes a very important request to COAS General Qamar Javed Bajwa regarding Kartarpur Corridor opening and Sikh pilgrimage.

Yasser Latif Hamdani talks about PM Khan’s video on Dr Israr Ahmed

In his latest vlog, Yasser Latif Hamdani raises concern over PM Imran Khan’s recent tweet on Dr Israr Ahmed’s video referring to 1988 Jang edition stating that Quaid-e-Azam wanted to make Pakistan a caliphate. He adds that PM Khan should not fuel post hoc ideology based on the words of controversial people and should let our country progress as Jinnah’s Pakistan, a democratic state.

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