Mr. Javed Iqbal having done his higher education and with the rich experience he gained in the civil service, he launched his own Publication House in 1998. Now he is the Editor-in-Chief and Publisher of the prestigious English newspaper, The Parliament Times that is circulated and trusted nationwide in all major cities of Pakistan.
Mohammad Saqib Zia
Mr Mohammad Saqib is a renowned journalist and his contribution towards the freedom of press is widely accepted. Mr Zia has been the Editor of Parliament times since its inception and his brave and true reporting has played a significant part in the reputation of the Daily Parliament times newspaper among the general public. Inspite of several death threats he continues to work bravely.
Rasool Khan Khattak
Abdul Wajid Khans
Mr Abdul Wajid received his early education in his native village. He obtained matriculation from Rawalpindi. Later he joined Government College, where he completed his Intermediate and Bachelor of Arts education. He received his Masters degree from the University. He joined Parliament times as a News editor and is continuing to excel in his field of expertise.
Khizar Hayat Abbasi
Currently working as Resident Editor with Daily Parliament Times, Khizar Hayat is Muzaffarabad based journalist with diverse background in both print and broadcast media. His career began in 1991 with a reputed national English language daily newspaper of Pakistan â€˜The Newsâ€™ and later he joined Geo TV.
With passion and knack to use media as tool to create awareness on social and development issues, Khizar Hayat has also worked with a number of media organizations like Agency France Press (AFP) Associated Press of Pakistan (APP) Kashmir Media Service, South Asian News Network Association (SANA) and Childrenâ€™s magazine Tehreek.
He had launched first daily Urdu newspaper Siasat from Muzaffarabad as its Editor back in 1998 and later joined first English language newspaper Daily Heights as its Resident Editor Â
He is also contributing to many local, regional and national newspapers, magazines and web sites. He was one the participants of Conflict Reporting Workshop of Thomson Foundation UK, during which he travelled to UK and Northern Ireland to study the history and genesis of the conflict there. Â Â