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Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani called for positive reporting. (Credit: Facebook)

Pakistan’s prime minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani called on Pakistan’s media to present a positive image of Pakistan, the Associated Press of Pakistan reported.

“The media can clear the wrong perceptions and supplement the government’s efforts in creating a better image of the country,” he is quoted as saying.  Further, he called on journalists to follow a uniform set of ethics standards and claimed that the “government has shown exceptional respect for media freedom, in plurality of views.”

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However, Reporters without Borders’ 2010 press freedom index lists Pakistan as 151 of 178 countries.

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