Sikander Baloch

Sikander Baloch is a journalist, columnist, and anchor of the Kawish Television Network (KTN) of Pakistan. KTN Broadcasting is the first Sindhi Satellite TV channel, it is very popular and broadcast in over 88 countries around the world. The focus of KTN is mainly news and current affair.
He has worked for the Red Cross and the Daily Kawish, and has reported on Women Rights, honor killing, and child labor in Sindh. As well as special reports and Documentaries within Pakistan and reported International Events in Dubai UAE, Bangkok Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, London, Leeds, England, United States. Written articles, travelogues in daily Kawish Hyderabad.
Baloch gained qualification in Master of Public Administration and BSC & Diploma in Journalism from Texas. He also written articles on politics, culture, travelogues, social issues. Sikander Baloch speaks many languages Balochi, English, Urdu, Sindhi, Siraki, Punjabi, Thai and Hindi.
He had been the Best Cultural Reporter by Governor Sindh of the daily Kawish News Paper at Karachi in 2003, declared the Best News Presenter of the year 2004 at Karachi by KTN TV, awarded By Sindhi Welfare Community an (NGO) as Best Journalist and newscaster in Hyderabad Pakistan and awarded Reporter of Events by KTN & Shin Satellite Co LMT at Bangkok, Thailand in 2006. Best Reporting award by SANA Dallas USA. Remained member foreign Press Center New York.
Baloch contributed with following International NGOs, and Organization time to time Pakistan Red Crescent Society, Amson Pakistan Ltd, Abbot Pakistan, Pakistan Human Rights Commission, Amnesty International (Geneva), BBC Urdu (Radio Service - London), Kawish group of Publication, Shin Satellite (Thailand), University of Sindh, Jamshoro, The Office of Human Rights Mahidol University Thailand and Shinwatra Satellites Thaicom, Bangkok. He worked for KTN TV in New york DC and Houston Texas.he remained host and Producer at Sangeet radio Houston Texas.
Video links
YouTube video of interview with Nawaz Sharif
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