“Jaiza” is a frank, thorough and engaging current affair’s show with Ameer Abbas and other political analysts who will debate key issues facing Pakistan.
Filming by: Haider Ali
The Reham Khan Show is a 2015 Pakistani talk show on Dawn News TV, that is hosted by British Pakistani journalist Reham Khan.
The format of the show involves personalities from various fields, that have contributed in uplifting Pakistan’s image and have become a source of inspiration for the audience, being invited and the story of their life being told.
Director of photography: Haider Ali
Deep in the slums of Pakistan’s biggest city is a 15-months-old boy with a problem that could, perhaps should, have been conquered long before he was born.
Mustafa crawls happily across the dirt floor of his home in Karachi, but when his mother tries to stand him up his difficulties become obvious.
His leg is visibly weak and his foot twisted and hanging uselessly at an odd angle.
While most of the world has consigned polio to history, as ITV News Diplomatic Correspondent John Ray reports, Mustafa’s world will be confined by its crippling effects.
(Footage credit: Evan Williams Productions)
Director/Shooter: Haider Ali
Award winning director Mohammed Naqvi’s short film “Happy Things In Sorrow Times”, inspired by best-selling author Tehmina Durrani’s book of the same name. Set against the backdrop of the ongoing war, “Happy Things in Sorrow Times” is a delicately-wrought tale—told from the hopeful heart of an Afghan child—of love, hardship, separation, loss and fear.
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Thousands of Pakistani households are turning to microfinance institutions that provide loans based on Islamic law, or Sharia.
Photo/Video: Haider Ali for The Wall Street Journal
Pakistan is home to the third largest population in debt bondage, most belonging to marginalized religious minorities. Undercover Asia investigates why millions of men, women and children survive by pledging their labor as security for the repayment for a debt that they can never repay.
Cinematographer: Haider Ali
Charismatic cleric Abdul Aziz Ghazi, an ISIS supporter and Taliban ally, is waging jihad against the Pakistani state. His dream is to impose a strict version of Shariah law throughout the country, as a model for the world. A flashpoint in Aziz’s holy war took place in 2007, when the government leveled his flagship mosque to the ground, killing his mother, brother, only son and 150 students. With unprecedented access, Among the Believers follows Aziz on his very personal quest to create an Islamic utopia, during the bloodiest period in Pakistan’s modern history.
In towns and cities across Pakistan, tens of thousands of vulnerable young boys have become the victims of paedophile predators who seem to have nothing to fear from the law.
The Pakistani city of Karachi is one of the biggest in the world – and now one of the most dangerous. For more than two years, it has seen an onslaught of kidnappings, bombings and targeted assassinations by Taliban militants. The police are now fighting back, but they are understaffed, under-resourced and up against a deadly enemy. More than 160 police officers have been killed in the line of duty in just 12 months. Mobeen Azhar joins Police Superintendent Ijaz and his team of Taliban Hunters as they try to regain control of the city.