Muhammad Luqman is a Lahore-based journalist and blogger. After doing a Master’s degree in International Relations from Quaid-e-Azam University, Islamabad, he stepped in the field of journalism in 1990 as a reporter of Pakistan’s national news agency, Associated Press of Pakistan (APP).
During his career in the wire service and print journalism till 2007, he contributed hundreds of in-depth stories on economy, climate change, agriculture, water and politics. In 2008, Muhammad Luqman switched to electronic media, joining country’s leading news channel Samaa TV as senior reporter.
In March 2022, he became a part of pioneer team of Satellite Channel, Suno TV. As a broadcast journalist, he has contributed thousands of news reports on issues of national and international significance.
Muhammad Luqman has attended various training programmes arranged by the prestigious institutions like World Bank, Asian Development Bank, Reuters Foundation, Thomson Foundation, Non-Aligned News Agencies Pool (NANAP), ECO News Agency and Center of Excellence in Journalism (CEJ), Institute of Business Administration (IBA), Karachi (Pakistan). Lately, he has attended Asian Short Course on Agri Biotechnology, Communication and Regulations in Malaysian capital, Kuala Lumpur.
He has also been contributing blogs on various issues of international, national and economic significance. He was adjudged as Journalist of Year 2016 in food security category and given Agahi Awards on 10 December 2016.
Mediabites wish Muhammad Luqman all goodluck on joining Suno TV.