Daily Mail (Pakistan)

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The Daily Mail is an English daily newspaper published from Islamabad, Pakistan by editor Makhdoom Babar. The Daily Mail, a national English daily from Islamabad was launched by Makhdoom Babar, belonging to a rather religiously known Agriculture and politics oriented Makhdoom family of Sargodha, Punjab and who himself is an investigative journalist in 2001-002.

Makhdoom Baabar is President and Editor-in-Chief of The Daily Mail.

In 2005 The Daily Mail embarked on a collaboration with Chinese media that saw it circulating content from China Daily, People's Daily and Beijing Review with the newspaper.[1]

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