Meet Aqsa Junejo

Aqsa Junejo is a broadcast journalist from Pakistan. She has worked extensively on educational, health, social and cultural issues for 7 years and has now ventured into political reporting. She started off with Dunya TV as a trainee reporter in 2009 and switched to CNBC Pakistan (now Jaag TV) in 2012. It was with CNBC in 2012 where she got a chance to do international reporting for channel and covered US ELECTIONS along with an attachment with KRGV TV to cover US-Mexico Border issues.


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Out of station reporting and anchoring makes journalism journey worth it. Aqsa has reported politics from Islamabad as well. In 2013, she started working as a news anchor and continued highlighting issues of grave concern. She’s fluent in English, Urdu and Sindhi and aspires to learn Spanish and Chinese in future. Ms. Aqsa also represented Pakistan in Fulbright Alumni Conference in Berlin in 2014. She has ventured into Documentary Film making and Media Development.






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Featured Articles From Aqsa Junejo

June 15, 2016
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PM uncalled for aggression is he on the way out

Our Prime Minister finally decided to speak up. Kudos to him. Addressing a public meeting at the Bannu Sports Complex, PM Sharif visibly sounded disturbed and […]
June 15, 2016
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Life Dies In Thar

By Aqsa Junejo Just in the month of Janruary 2016, more than 150 infants lost their lives in Tharparker. Tharparker, the largest desert of Pakistan, is approximately […]
June 15, 2016
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No Choice For Bhuttos But Politics

I just sat one day and thought how would Benazir Bhutto – two times elected Prime Minister of Pakistan — would have felt when she was […]

Pakistan's folk music and instruments are loved the world over but unfortunately the once treasured instruments are dying now. Aqsa did a series of musical segments with Maestros of Rabbab, Banjo, Danbura, Flute and many more to let the world know that Pakistani folk instruments and heroes are very much alive

Aqsa believes journalism being voice to voiceless millions. Hence, she covered mighty floods in 2010 and exclusively highlighted the plight of minorities. She covered the displacement of Hindu Community and drowning of their places of worship in flood hit areas.

Education is every child's right - Article 25-A of constitution endorses it. Aqsa has done extensive reporting on education and believes in education for all. Here she visits PEHLI KIRAN - School System in Islamabad to spend some time with lovely kids.

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