Islamabad, Pakistan , August 13, 2010 Humanitarian organization Press for Peace (PFP) has urged government of Pakistan to declare emergency in the country to cope the recent floods by mobilizing international community on...Views: 1688
LONDON: 28 July, 2010 Humanitarian organization Press For Peace (PFP) has expressed satisfaction over latest developments on Middle East Peace Process. "Press for Peace (PFP) understands that direct peace talks are possi...Views: 1530
Pakistan blames India for killing a soldier in Kashmir border Muzaffarabad, Jammu and Kashmir: January 20, 2010: One Pakistani soldier was killed on Tuesday along the Line of Control ...Views: 1773
TALIBAN REACH KASHMIR By Zafar Iqbal The recent surge of violence in both parts of contentious state of Jammu and Kashmir has fuelled the concerns about the expansion of Taliban network in the Himalayan region. Despite ...Views: 1560
By Zafar Iqbal MUZAFFARABAD, Jammu and Kashmir: January 14, 2010: More than 17 bodies of missing persons lost during four years ago devastating earthquake were found from rubbles on Thursday, officials said. &ldq...Views: 1385
By Zafar Iqbal Muzaffarabad, Jammu and Kashmir: January 14, 2010: The tangible impacts of climate change are now witnessed even in those areas of South Asian region which are considered as habitat of ecosystem due to the...Views: 3677
Indo-China Diplomatic War Over Kashmir By Zafar Iqbal Recent statements of Indian External Affairs Minister S M Krishna about the development activities of China in Pakistan administered Kashmir has triggered gro...Views: 3186
Report: Zafar Iqbal Islamabad, Thursday, November 05, 2009: Press for Peace (PFP) has hailed the government of Pakistan for incorporating an important change in the criminal justice regulations in the country for...Views: 1836
By Zafar Iqbal The people of Pakistan controlled Giglit Baltistan are going to exercise their right of vote to elect 24 members of Legislative Assembly on November 12. This significant move is c...Views: 2639
By Zafar Iqbal Iran is amongst those unfortunate countries of the Middle East where authoritarian regimes frequently use unyielding measures to gag the press in order to prevent free flow of information. Media wa...Views: 1937
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Zafar Iqbal is a freelance writer, campaigner and educator. He is architect of Press for Peace (http://www.pressforpeace.org.uk/), which works for the promotion of peace and sustainable development in South Asia, raising the voice of deprived communities and focusing gross root peace building and conflict resolution interventions in Himalayan State of Jammu and Kashmir.
Being a campaigner he is a passionate and ardent supporter of change in his social and political milieu.
As a freelance and independent writer, he contributes to various newspapers and online sources like Eurasia Review, Environmental News Service, Daily The Kashmir Monitor, Media Helping Media etc.
He writes on political, environmental and geo-strategic dimensions of contemporary South Asia.