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A few years back I visited Vietnam with my brother for a long weekend break. Never been before. First impressions all good…airport clean and organised well set up for tourists and we left to get the…

The trouble with tourism

That Pakistan is a tourist destination with almost boundless opportunities is beyond doubt. From the majesty of the Karakorams in the north to the miles of pristine beach along the Makran coast to…

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Will try to resume talks with India after Lok Sabha elections, PM Khan

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National Courier - NC

National Courier is a daily English-language newspaper headquartered in Pakistan. All the latest and breaking stories from the world are documented on hourly basis. The newspaper is founded on the principles of free and fair journalism. NC is determined to produce authentic, compelling and insightful news from across the globe that should help the reader to better understand what is happening around them. Our aim is to present an objective image of the story to the viewer, without any prejudice against any group or belief.

National Courier prides itself on producing content that is transparent, factual and free of any bias. The newspaper aspires to become the voice of the common man. It has been estimated that more than 3 billion people in the world live below poverty line. The common does not have a representation and National Courier is on the mission to preach for the unheard.

As a newspaper hailing from Pakistan, National Courier aspires to project a positive and liberal image of Pakistan to the world by shedding light on the developments in the country. Pakistan has seen improvements in industries like tourism and Information Technology and NC wants to use its platform to highlight these improvements.

National Courier houses writers and editors with wealth of experience in community, tabloid investigative and other forms of journalism. Our content team ensures our pieces are adequately researched and verified before publishing. We do not engage in yellow journalism. Our content does not include jargon or hyperbole, as our target audience is not exclusive for people holding a tertiary education. Knowledge is sacred, it is the ultimate weapon and NC believes it should be within the access of everyone.

As a newspaper, our message is loud and clear, with engaging artwork that reinforces the message of our content. Our narrative is simple – news that is informative and based on truth.

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