Karachi Press Club

Saddar, Karachi

Karachi Press Club

Karachi Press Club (KPC) Pakistan is a Non-Government Organization of primarily news journalists, located in Service Station Road, Saddar Town, Karachi, Sindh. It was the first press club that was established in Karachi and it consists of Governing Body, President, Secretary and Council members manage the affairs of club.

In 1958, first election was held and I.H.Burne was elected as a first president of KPC. Karachi Press Club's main Building involve of Curriculum includes Academics, Business people and Members of the public service.

Karachi Press Club is the place where every day Demonstrations, Rallies and Protests are organized against the government and for the demand of the civil and human rights by people and organizations.


QUICK INFORMATION
Alias Names

KPC • کراچی پریس کلب

Established Established in December 1958
Category

Media & Press

Rating
Location Saddar, Karachi
City / Town Karachi
State Sindh
Country Pakistan
Address

Karachi Press Club, Service Station Road, Saddar Town, Karachi

Contacts
Geo Coordinates 24.8551860413063 °N,    67.0265686511993 °E
Official Website www.karachipressclub.com


Travelor Instructions

Karachi Press Club Visit Timing

All Days - 24 Hours Open


Map Of Karachi Press Club



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