No Dawn onboard

Published Apr 18, 2013 06:03am

TRAVELLING on a flight to Lahore I looked for Dawn newspaper and didn’t see any, so I thought it was circulating among passengers. After some time I asked the steward and he said they didn’t keep Dawn.

I could not believe it and told him to rectify it which he promised to do.

Dawn is the oldest newspaper founded by the Quaid-i-Azam and most read. In fact, no journalism is complete without Dawn. Dawn should also look into this and urgently.

S. BABAR Karachi


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