The Voice of the Voiceless". From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For seven years, he went to the Pakistan International School in Riyadh.
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Retrieved 11 January The Moment - EP 01". Khan received a fellowship of Royal College of Surgeons of England. He was also banned from participating in any other TV show during this day period. Shahid Masood on News One.
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Khan was supposed to pay six months salary to PTV in case of resigning as per contract terms, which however was waived by the then prime minister. According to him, he spent his childhood in Taif and Riyadh.
The show followed a similar pattern to his earlier current affairs and politics. Khan also suspended PTV director administration and personnel, and issued him a show-cause notice for complying with the prime minister's orders and allowing Nadeem to rejoin the organization as deputy MD. Two of his younger brothers were born in Saudi Arabia so the country is close og him.
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The Voice of the Voiceless". InExpress Tribune reported that a Karachi resident filed a petition against Khan and asked the court to take action against Khan for encouraging cultural hatred through his TV show. Archived from the original on 30 September Shahid Masood Khan Urdu: Retrieved 24 November He added that he is married and has two daughters.
Retrieved 3 March Judge orders TV channel to relay apology".
Inhe joined News One and started a show Live with Dr. He is a medical doctor by profession. Following the resignation, he was appointed as special assistant to the then Prime Minister of Pakistan Yousaf Raza Gillani with the status of a minister. Shahid Masoodas a guest journalist.
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Archived from the original on 1 December Inhe was briefly appointed as the managing director and chairman of Pakistan Television Corporation and also served as the special assistant to then Prime Minister of Pakistan Yousaf Raza Gillani with the status of a minister of state in the Gillani ministry.
InDawn reported that an anti-terrorism court in Pakistan ordered Khan to telecast an apology for telecasting derogatory remarks on the judiciary after which Khan submitted written apologies before the court. For seven years, he went to the Pakistan International School in Riyadh. Retrieved 5 January Retrieved 25 August Retrieved 12 February — via Dunya News.
Retrieved 10 September Retrieved 30 January Retrieved 14 February — via News One. He also carried out coverage of the three wars in Afghanistan, Iraq and Lebanon.
Retrieved 13 February