|Friday, May 24, 2013, Rajab 13, 1434 A.H.|
Itís a simple transition from a comment to a question. Lekin (But), that one word that you might use it frequently every day but never realize how often you do or how necessary it is. Living under dictatorships for most of its life, Pakistan Ė and its education system Ė doesnít encourage its people to ask questions or have an opinion. Most Pakistanis tend to accept what they hear, even if they are the most outrageous conspiracy theories, trying to understand it and hoping what they have heard is right. But hope isnít enough. When you have the courage to rebut a comment and are willing to sit back and listen to the answer, with an open mind, then youíre talking journalism.
Lekin isnít your regular Pakistani news program. It is not going to be the show where you will hear confusing facts, watch irrational and overly-dramatic reports and be forced to see a messy screen. It is simply journalism, fact versus fiction, black and white, leaving it up to you to decide what colour you prefer.
In Pakistanís media boom, every channel and its shows, in the run for high viewership and ratings, has lost the essence of journalism, covering it up with extreme drama and sensationalism. Lekin takes your local news and breaks it down for you, in plain, frank words, with reports, information and guests who are related to the issue. Each story has two or more sides. We will present all angles to you, even the ones you didnít think of and allow you to make up your own mind. No drama. Just the truth. It is that simple.
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