AUJ

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AcronymDefinition
AUJAmbunti (airport; Papua New Guinea)
AUJAll-University Judiciary
AUJAtlantic Upper Jurassic
AUJAbbottabad Union of Journalists (Pakistan)
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Former Director Sports Directorate of Sports KP Tariq Mehmood, Regional Sports Officer Syed Saqlain Shah, Office-bearers of the Abbottabad Press Club and Abbottabad Union of Journalists were also present.
The event will be organised by the Abbottabad Union of Journalists at the local press club with council members from all over the country in attendance.
President of Abbottabad Union of Journalists by three men on October 11, leaving him critically injured.
ABBOTTABAD -- Abbottabad Union of Journalists (AUJ) Abbottabad Press Club (APC) and other union of journalists of Hazara observed black day and organized protest rallies against killing of Bakhsahih Elahi journalist in Haripur.
ISLAMABAD, May 09, 2010 (Frontier Star): The Pakistan Federal Union of Journalists (PFUJ) has taken strong exception to the Abbottabad District and Session Court incident in which a senior member of the Abbottabad Union of Journalists, Juma Khan, was manhandled, tortured and kept in illegal confinement in the presence of District and Session Judge Abbottabad.
President Multan Union of Journalist, Mr Rauf Maan, President Faisalabad Union of Journalists, Mr Shamsul Islam Naz, President Abbottabad Union of Journalists, Sardar Naveed Ahmad, President Rahimyar Khan Union of Journalists, Rana Mohammad Afzal, General Secretary, Gujranwala Union of Journalists, Yasir Ali Jutt, General Secretary, RIUJ, Mr Bilal Dar.
According to reports reaching the PFUJ Secretariat, media persons across the country hosted black flags at the offices of their unions of journalists, press clubs, wore black armbands, held protest rallies expressing their resentment and concern over patronage of doctors by the Punjab government.* The rallies were staged by Karachi Union of Journalists, Rawalpindi-Islamabad Union of Journalists, Khyber Union of Journalists, Balochistan Union of Journalists, Faisalabad Union of Journalists, Bahawalpur Union of Journalists, Gujranwala Union of Journalists, Abbottabad Union of Journalists, in their respective areas, demanding immediate arrest of offending doctors and their accomplishes involved in torture of media persons at the Jinnah Hospital, Lahore.
Islamabad, May 09, 2010 (Balochistan Times): The Pakistan Federal Union of Journalists (PFUJ) has taken strong exception to the Abbottabad District and Session Court incident in which a senior member of the Abbottabad Union of Journalists, Juma Khan, was manhandled, tortured and kept in illegal confinement in the presence of District and Session Judge Abbottabad.