Daily Talib, a renowned media group, has relaunched its digital media outlet with several new features that make it unique and more reliable with the same transparent, unbiased reporting style. The Pakistan-based news website has expanded its horizons to cater to a global audience with its new international domain name dailytalib.com.
Founded in Quetta in 2004 to cover local and national news, the media group has decided to level up and will now encompass international news as well alongside local and national reports. Moreover, its website has gone trilingual now with professional coverage in Urdu, English, and Arabic. Notably, the media outlet has updated the website to ensure a better user experience and a wider conveyance of accurate information to the masses.
Daily Talib began its journey in 2004 from Quetta to fill the vacuum in the realm of sensible, unbiased reporting. Recognizing the need of the hour, seasoned journalist Nasir Shah Wani introduced a local newspaper that met the requirements of objective, responsible journalistic standards. He gathered skilled and dutiful journalists to begin the cause of spreading truth among people of the provincial capital and curtail mis and disinformation in the region.
Since its inception, Daily Talib has been providing the people with accurate and unbiased information. It covers politics, sports, social issues, and many other news to fulfill its readers’ desire for knowledge and education. Its popularity has grown immensely over time with its circulation reaching 16,500 copies per day and Facebook audience crossing the 10000 mark.
With its informative analyses and latest news reports, the publication has benefited thousands of readers. Daily Talib’s team is adept at objective, sensitive reporting and headed by dexterous, famous media persons. Apart from its CEO, editor Maqbool Jaffer and administrator Muhammad Iftikhar need no introduction.
To get timely, fact-based news analysis and reports, check dailytalib.com now.
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