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Free accommodation, great fun, a chance to meet hundreds of top-flight journalists and other volunteers from all over the world.So what do the volunteers do in Perugia? Just about everything a professional journalist would do; all the speaker interviews for the festival webtv and festival webradio, the articles for the online festival magazine, reviews of events, photographic and video coverage, press office, other webtv activities like festival background reports, previews of the next day’s…See More
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Royal Embassy of Thailand in Pakistan organized Charity Fashion Show

The wife of the Ambassador of Royal Embassy of Thailand Mrs. Jiraporn Jitpatima has organized a mini fashion show at the residence of Thai Ambassador here in Islamabad. This arrangement is aimed at raising funds for the unfortunate children especially in Islamabad/Rawalpindi. The main proceeds after cost deduction have been…See More
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Royal Embassy of Thailand in Pakistan organized Charity Fashion Show

Posted on February 5, 2011 at 19:00 0 Comments

The wife of the Ambassador of Royal Embassy of Thailand Mrs. Jiraporn Jitpatima has organized a mini fashion show at the residence of Thai Ambassador here in Islamabad. …

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Slam . Lets Create a Pakistani Media Room ... where only Pakistani Journalists Participate

At 14:31 on February 4, 2011, Hanna McLean said…

Hey Nasir! 

Welcome to the EJC's Online Community! Here you can join and create groups, get involved in the online forum, check out cool photos and videos that others have posted, share your blog, and best of all start connecting with other media professionals from around the world!

I was also hoping that you might find the time to share a little about yourself to the other journalism community members. If you want, you can do this on the Forum. Just click to add a new discussion and make sure you select the correct category: 'Member Introduction'.

 

Cheers!

Hanna McLean (Community Manager)

 
 
 

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