Malik Ayub Sumbal is an accomplished roving journalist in South and Central Asia. He is based in Islamabad and Baku. Malik has won the Syracuse University Mirror Award for 2012; the S.I. Newhouse School of Communications at Syracuse University confers the Mirror Awards annually to honor excellence in reporting on the media industry. www.malikayubsumbal.com Malik is currently working as an Editor In Chief with Eurasia Media Network and Eurasia Diary+The Caspian Times. Previously he worked on several key distinguished positions with the leading media outlets, as a freelance correspondent including Al Jazeera, Deutsche Welle (DW), The Diplomat, Asia Times Online, Asia Calling Radio, The Foreigner, iMediaEthics, The Los Angeles Post and some other leading international media organizations. Malik is still contributing for Gulf News and Daily Sabah Turkish leading English newspaper. Having 13 years of professional experience of journalism and broadcasting. He is also a senior analyst on the various developing news from Pakistan and across the region in South Asia. He is an expert on Taliban's and al-Qaeda, South Asian security & defense and strategic studies. Malik also appears on the foreign news channels on the international relations and conflicts as a veteran analyst.
Malik Ayub Sumbal Analysis on The Silk Road, CPEC in PTV News Seedhi Baat Yasir Rehman
Malik Ayub Sumbal on regional terrorism with CCTV on Bishkek Chinese Embassy Suicide Blast in Kyrgyzstan
A series of bombings in Thailand has left four people dead and dozens injured during the past 24 hours.
Malik Ayub Sumbal, Editor In Chief, Eurasia Diary
Morning Show Interview with ITV
Pakistani officials say a suicide bomb blast at a crowded public park in the eastern city of Lahore Sunday evening killed at least 70 people and wounded some 300 others.Vincent Makori talks about the Pakistan attacks with Malik Ayub Sumbal a reporter in Islamabad, Pakistan.
In an exclusive interview with the Ukrainian Ambassador to Pakistan on Russian aggression
Speaking with ITV in Azerbaijan about elections
Speaking in an Exclusive interview with CCTV on Hinkley Point C nuclear power station