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(Urdu:پاکستان ٹائمز) Daily English, Urdu Lahore, Karachi, Islamabad, Peshawar, Gujranwala 4 February 1947 Defunct 3 Daily Qudrat: Urdu and English Quetta, Karachi, Islamabad 2004 Founded by Naimat Ullah Achakzai. Founded on 4 April 2004 From Quetta balochistan. Online (digital) publication started in 2011. 5 The Dayspring: Weekly
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1. Berita Harian– Malaysia's nationwide Malaysia-language tabloid newspaper 2. Harakah – owned by Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party(PAS) 3. Harian Metro– Malaysia's largest and number one nationwide Malaysia-language tabloid newspaper 4. Kosmo!– Malaysia's nationwide Malaysia-language tabloid newspaper 5. New Sabah Times– Malay daily in Sabah 6. Sinar Harian– Malaysia's nationwide Malaysia-language tabloid community newspaper 7. Utusan Borneo – Malay daily in Sarawak and Sabah, published by The Bor...
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