Nasim Zehra (Urdu:نسیم زہرہ) is a Pakistani columnist and author who has an early evening current undertakings syndicated program on Channel 24.
1 Education and vocation
3 See too
5 External connections
Instruction and profession
Zehra considered business at the Quaid-e-Azam University, Pakistan and later examined tact at the Fletcher School at Tufts University in 1989. She functioned as an advancement expert, working with the Canadian International Development Agency and Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation. Zehra filled in as a meeting speaker at the School of Advanced International Studies at the Johns Hopkins University in 2006, and later at the Quaid-e-Azam University in 2010.
She joined Dunya News in November 2008 as an anchor and facilitated the TV program Policy Matters until February 2013. During that time, she met a few public and worldwide pioneers including Michael Mullen. In April 2013, she moved to Capital TV and turned into the channel’s present issues manager. She left Capital TV in October 2014. In September 2015, she joined National University of Sciences and Technology as a meeting educator and stayed in that position until February 2016. In October 2014, she joined Channel 24. In 2018, she delivered the book From Kargil to the upset: Events that shook Pakistan, which narratives the setting of the Kargil strife and its results on India–Pakistan relations. At the book dispatching service, a board of columnists and individuals acquainted with international strategy and military issues of Pakistan talked about the book including writers Arif Nizami, Sohail Warraich and previous Foreign Secretary Salman Bashir.
List of sources
From Kargil to the upset : occasions that shook Pakistan, 2018.
Rundown of Pakistani writers
Abdullah Niazi (29 May 2018), Book dispatch by Nasim Zehra: ‘From Kargil to the upset: Events that shook Pakistan’ Pakistan Today (paper), Retrieved 23 September 2020
“Book Discussion: What Has Kargil Taught Us About Managing Foreign Affairs (incorporates profile of Nasim Zehra)”. Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) site. 11 February 2019. Recovered 22 September 2020.
Nasim Zehra on Harvard University Asia Center site Retrieved 23 September 2020
“Naseem Zehra Anchor and Journalist”. woman.com.pk site. Recovered 9 September 2020.
“Profile of Nasim Zehra”. PakistanHerald.com site. Recovered 9 September 2020.
Ejaz Haider (28 August 2018). “The statures of imprudence: A basic glance at the Kargil Operation”. Sunrise (paper). Recovered 22 September 2020.
Books by Nasim Zehra on goodreads.com site
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Classes: Pakistani ladies journalistsPakistani TV television show hostsHarvard University staffJohns Hopkins University facultyQuaid-I-Azam University alumniLiving people1959 birthsThe Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy alumniNational University of Sciences and Technology personnel