A look at some of the best stories and headlines from print.
“Mahim, wo story ke sath picture nahi he.” -- “Saifi, mera sar laga do.”
For years, I thought I was eternally condemned to the graveyard shift for journalists.
We like to make our readers aware that kabaddi, ludo, donkey-cart racing, malakra and dangal exist as well.
My comment moderation team is cracking up approving comments bashing ET for “biased reporting” against Imran Khan.
Some have felt that our stories at times seem like advertisements, but I disagree.
Question – Design? News? What? Why? What do you do again?
Much like Smaug, the huge winged dragon in JR Tolkein’s The Hobbit, I’m a compulsive hoarder.
Content generation is the most challenging (and stressful) aspect of managing the Life & Style desk.
Weaving political narratives, instead of isolated reporting, has become somewhat a hallmark of our reporting.
The newspaper’s online presence has been, what I consider, our greatest edge.
The team that takes out the pages every day did not and has not come with any kind of baggage.
We are quoted, criticised and appreciated, but we are never ignored.
The Express Tribune is the only newspaper in this country today to have its own Ombudsman.