Reporting Pakistan #2020

Reporting Pakistan By Meena Menon Reporting Pakistan Meena Menon was The Hindu s correspondent in Islamabad till she was expelled by the Pakistani authorities in May In spite of her truncated stay and the restrictions placed on her movements Meno
  • Title: Reporting Pakistan
  • Author: Meena Menon
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  • Page: 463
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  • Reporting Pakistan By Meena Menon
    Reporting Pakistan By Meena Menon Meena Menon was The Hindu s correspondent in Islamabad till she was expelled by the Pakistani authorities in May 2014 In spite of her truncated stay, and the restrictions placed on her movements, Menon managed to write on a range of subjects covering swathes of life in Islamabad She spoke to people from the persecuted Ahmadi community she covered protests interviewed vMeena Menon was The Hindu s correspondent in Islamabad till she was expelled by the Pakistani authorities in May 2014 In spite of her truncated stay, and the restrictions placed on her movements, Menon managed to write on a range of subjects covering swathes of life in Islamabad She spoke to people from the persecuted Ahmadi community she covered protests interviewed victims of bomb blasts she spoke to Partition survivors she visited the sprawling, crowded Afghan refugee camp on the outskirts of the capital wrote about the Murree Brewery and described political events, including the high treason trial of General Musharraf Reporting from Pakistan is considered one of the difficult if exciting assignments in journalism, so for an Indian Despite the limitations, she has produced a probing, incisive portrait of a conflicted society it is both nuanced and wide ranging, and tries to look not just at politics but also at the human realities beneath.
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    • Meena has done a great job She talks about Pakistan with impressive credentials Unlike Barkha Dutt who claims to be an expert on Pakistan, while knowing jack about that country, Meena really knows the pulse of this country What I loved about this book is that she is very balanced in her views She does put the Pakistani argument across also and let s the reader decide This is the sort of intellectual honesty that is missing in the narrative of many Indian journalists Meena has brought about the i [...]


    • A fair overview of the enemy country in my opinion It was funny and insightful I had finished it ages ago and just realized hadn t reviewed it Menon has been to restaurants and cafes in Islamabad I didn t even know about The view into the life of an expat reporter was very interesting I loved that she felt so welcomed by most Pakistanis and had a good time in her nine months here This is an excellent book to read if anyone wants to know about Pakistan.


    • A riveting read for those who might want to visit the country and wouldn t get the chance to do so I have been intrigued by the nation s culture, food, people and music This book is rich with explanations and I only wish the writer got a longer reporting stint over there Must recommend for people like me who wanted to know about Pakistan keeping all the bias about it aside.


    • An Indian reporter in pakistan 1 This book is a personal experience of the author while staying in islamabad for a brief stay before being expelled from pakistan.2 This book contains the following 10 chapters Oh,for a visa Islamabad, unreal city On being a foreign correspondent Covering terrorism Shooting the messenger No lines of control Civilian versus military Reviving a left of centre politics and other stories Bilateral ties Voice for missing Balochis3 The content of the book is a bit borin [...]


    • I expected this book to be about Pakistan and not about which restaurants the author liked to eat when she was in Pakistan for 9 months She talks about food, politics, suicide bombs, clothes in the same chapter I read 1 4th of it and had no idea what she was trying to say She only talks about the trivial stuff Avoid.


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