The Nation has a special position in Pakistan's media, as the most respected publication in English, with firm and constructive views, and excellent news coverage. With five editions published daily from three stations, it is the market leader in the Punjab and Islamabad areas, and has established a strong presence in Karachi since its inception there in 2000. It is the newspaper of choice for not only those who make decisions, formulate policy, shape opinions or are in leadership roles but also for those youngsters who will call the shots in the future.
The Nation is part of the Nawaiwaqt Group, and thus belongs to the oldest newspaper tradition in the country, which started when Hamid Nizami founded Nawaiwaqt in 1940, the day the Pakistan Resolution was passed. The Nation is the most quoted Pakistani newspaper internationally. This is the result of efforts by a professionally skilled and highly motivated editorial team, backed up by state-of-the-art information technology, a huge network of correspondents at home and abroad, and an excellent syndication and wire service network.
Apart from the main news events on the outside pages, the newspaper provides separate sections for city, national, sports, foreign and commerce news. Source