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What does KUJ stand for?

KUJ stands for Karachi Union of Journalists


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The visiting Pakistani delegation included among others Tahir Hasan Khan - President of Karachi Press Club, Fazil Jamili - Vice President Karachi Press Club: Internet editor Jang newspaper, Ghulam Muhammad Jamali - President of Karachi Union of Journalists, Habib Khan Ghauri: Senior Correspondent - Dawn, Khalid Khokhar: Editor Sindhu, Manzar Naqvi: Executive Editor: Financial Daily, Maula Bukhsh Kalhoro: President Larkana Press Club, Saeed Jahan alias Lala Asad: President Sukkur Press Club, Saeed Khawar: Resident Editor: Nawa-e-Waqt, Khursheed Haider: feature writer Dawn, Zanobia Ilyas of CNBC and Dr.
KARACHI, July 11 -- The Karachi Union of Journalists (KUJ) took out a rally as part of the black day called by its apex-body Pakistan Federal Union of Journalists (PFUJ) against a resolution passed in the Punjab Assembly (PA) criticising media on Friday.
The visiting Pakistani delegation included among others Tahir Hasan Khan: President of Karachi Press Club, Fazil Jamili: Vice President Karachi Press Club: Internet editor Jang newspaper, Ghulam Muhammad Jamali: President of Karachi Union of Journalists, Habib Khan Ghauri: Senior Correspondent: Dawn, Khalid Khokhar: Editor Sindhu, Manzar Naqvi: Executive Editor: Financial Daily, Maula Bukhsh Kalhoro: President Larkana Press Club, Saeed Jahan alias Lala Asad: President Sukkur Press Club, Saeed Khawar: Resident Editor: Nawa-e-Waqt, Khursheed Haider: feature writer Dawn, Ms Zanobia Ilyas of CNBC and Dr.
Karachi, May 24, 2010 (Frontier Star): Karachi Union of Journalists (Dastur) has demanded of the government to take legal action against elements who harassed the journalists by resorting to sit in and ransacking the offices of Jang and Geo News.
ISLAMABAD, April 01, 2010 (Frontier Star): On the call of the Pakistan Federal Union of Journalists (PFUJ) protest rallies were held in various parts of the country in which Karachi Union of Journalists, Rawalpindi Islamabad Union of Journalists, Punjab Union of Journalists, Khyber Union of Journalists, Balochistan Union of Journalists, Faisalabad Union of Journalists, Bahawalpur Union Of Journalists, Abbottabad Union Journalists.