Businesses in Pakistan are now making themselves ready for internet; many of them have already proved their presence on internet. Similarly, Print Media organizations in Pakistan are excessively investing their time and workforce to make themselves available on internet.
Newspaper readers, specifically Urdu newspaper readers have multiple options to remain updated with happenings in conventional way. They can now read newspapers online exactly the same way as they appear in print version.
Daily Jang, Dawn, Daily Jinnah (Jinnah is currently offline due to maintenance) and Daily Express update their e-versions daily. Good thing about these papers is, that you can access back dated newspaper editions as well. You would be amazed to know that Daily Express has record of every edition published since July 22, 2006, rest of papers offer 7 days’ record.
- Dawn: http://epaper.dawn.com (Free Registration Required)
- Jang: http://ejang.jang.com.pk/ (Free Registration Required)
- Express: http://express.com.pk/ (No Registration Required)
- Daily Jinnah: http://epaper.dailyjinnah.com/ (No Registration Required)
- Daiky Waqt: http://www.dailywaqt.com/ (No Registration Required)
So give these free online resources a try, and let me know if there is any other paper also offering its e-version.
Meanwhile, check following scan of front page from Dawn from 2020 (Got this image from WCCFtech.com)