South Asian Regional Information Agency “SARIA” is an organization which provides with the news and information to the Newspapers, TV. Channels, Multinationals, Corporate giants, Consultants and other professionals, whose interests are being influenced with every moment passing by.
To Make SARIA a leader in the information industry in South Asia, we are the complete news and information provider, committed to excellence, abreast of technology, viable credible and caring.
To help create a well-informed society in line with Vision 2025 by providing accurately and speedily, comprehensive news and information to all.
To achieve profitability by providing services into a wide range of news and information and related services and products at home and abroad.
To ensure the customer satisfaction.
To use the latest technology with the viable and developed resources of our own where possible.
Currently SARIA is providing news in both Urdu and English Language to more than 30 Pakistani Urdu Newspapers regularly through E-mail and Bit-ware technology.
Many of the news items sent are placed prominently in various newspapers with the dateline of SARIA NEWS.
SARIA is collaborating with different Local and International News Agencies as well as with the TV Channels for News, Films & Documentaries and Research Oriented data exchange. Currently, we are providing news to 12 Pakistani news channels.
We have an experienced, skilled and a devoted team of reporting staff to cover important events and exclusive stories that are generated in this geography where world has focused its micro and telescopic eye to find out the things from DNA to the hefty stuff.
It is a very different and sensitive region of the world. In fact, other than South Asia, there is no region in the world where two rival nuclear powers are situated as neighboring countries. It has KASHMIR….which is an international flashpoint nowadays. More than one third of the world’s poor population lives in this region. That is the reason all eight countries of South Asia desperately need a strong mutual information network to know each other better.
The South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) was established when its charter was formally adopted on December 8, 1985 by the Heads of State or Government of Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.
SAARC provides a platform for the people of South Asia to work together in a spirit of friendship, trust and understanding. It aims to accelerate the process of economic and social development in member states.
The meeting of the SAARC Information Ministers held in Dhaka in 1998, adopted the Plan of Action on Information and Media which identified a number of activities to be undertaken by Member States, including to ensure a free flow of information, newspapers, journals, periodicals, books and other publications; to increase cooperation amongst news agencies of SAARC countries; to facilitate easier travel for media persons within the region; to set up a SAARC recognized Regional Media Forum; to hold annual conferences of editors and journalists; to promote regular exchanges of TV/Radio programs; to train media persons; to evolve guidelines on transnational satellites; to establish a SAARC satellite; and to consider setting up a SAARC information Center with Media Production, Research and Training units as well as a SAARC Media Development Fund.
We are always open for the suggestions, views and support which could helps us improve and provide even better services for the benefit of society and the world at large.