Muhammad Atif is a multimedia journalist based in Washington, DC, United States of America. Currently he is associated with Voice of America where he is an anchor/reporter covering news and current affairs. Muhammad specializes in covering high profile news events as well as finding human interest stories. He has covered the historical US elections of 2008 and 2012. Muhammad has access to the White house and US Department of State. He has interviewed US Secretary of Home Land Security Michael Chertoff, Deputy US Secretary of State Richard Armitage, President Pervez Musharraf of Pakistan and many other news makers. Muhammad has a keen focus on news that is generating from Washington and engaging the worldwide audience.
9/11 Anniversary special show. The show was in Urdu but it has an interview in English with Lisa Curtis a security analyst with The Heritage Foundation in Washington DC. The English interview starts at 01:35 into file.
Many western countries are encouraging their citizens to ride bicycles to work in an effort to reduce traffic congestion as well as to help save the environment. In Washington and some of its near-by suburbs, local governments are making the bicycle lifestyle easy.
Nepal Ambassador to the US Dr. Arjun Karki discusses earthquake recovery with Muhammad Atif.