M E S S A G E S
M E S S A G E S
The tenth anniversary of ‘National Courier’ is a milestone not only for the newspaper and its staff members but also for the readers who keenly observe its contents regularly. The news reporting, editorials and selection of most of the articles published in this paper are mostly discussed among the friends. Its series of interviews with leading personalities of different walks of life is among the most favorite pages. Being President Karachi, Pakistan Peoples’ Party (PPP) I do appreciate the coverage given to public problems and their grievances in this newspaper. This is healthy sign that performance of elected local bodies’ members is being closely monitored by this paper. The political analysis published by this newspaper may prove helpful to our party workers and leaders to help decide policy guidelines for coming national general elections. I hope that in future too its reputation would be escalated and its team members would further improve their output. There are still many avenues open in front of this newspaper to diversify its coverage and win the hearts of its readers.
I congratulate the management and editorial team of daily ‘National Courier’ on its 10th Anniversary. Their efforts attract big applause. No doubt its contents are quite encouraging but its marketing effort seems weak. Its distribution must be looked after properly. The content appearance is more Health oriented compared to other newspapers. In a way it is an additional qualification. The image of National Courier needs to be further improved and it must be turned into an international newspaper. Being health oriented it also needs to give maximum coverage to all hospital affairs of the country without any discrimination. Day to day changes in hospital technologies, new discoveries and achievements by the surgeons must be highlighted and interviewed. Specialists of the medical field must be brought into limelight by this newspaper. And activities of the other hospitals should also be covered properly to inform its general readers.