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Tuesday, 9 June 2020

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Wednesday, 5 December 2018

Biography of Zehra Nigah

Biography of Zehra Nigah


Zehra Nigah was naturally introduced to a scholarly family on fourteenth May 1937 in Hyderabad, India. Her composition vocation started at an exceptionally youthful age. In spite of the fact that her dad worked in government, he go down his unmistakable fascination in verse to his youngsters. She relocated to Pakistan in 1947. 

Zehra Nigah is a Urdu writer and scriptwriter from Pakistan. She was one of two female writers to pick up unmistakable quality during the 1950s when the scene was ruled by men. She has composed a few TV serials. She has additionally gotten different honors incorporating Pride of Performance in acknowledgment of her artistic works. 

Zehra was conceived in Hyderabad, India. She moved to Pakistan amid the segment in 1947. Her dad was a government employee with an enthusiasm for verse. Zehra's senior sister, Surayya Bajia, is likewise an author. One of her siblings, Anwar Maqsood, is a comedian and open speaker and another sibling, Ahmad Maqsood was Secretary to the Government of Sindh. She wedded Majid Ali, who was a government employee and had enthusiasm for Sufi verse. 

Zehra Nigah is a Urdu artist and scriptwriter from Pakistan. She was one of two female writers to pick up unmistakable quality during the 1950s when the scene was ruled by men. She has composed a few TV dramatization serials. She has additionally gotten different honors incorporating Pride of Performance in acknowledgment of her scholarly works in 2006. 

Zehra was conceived in Hyderabad, British India. She relocated to Pakistan after the 1947 freedom of Pakistan. Her dad was a government employee with an enthusiasm for verse. Zehra's senior sister, Fatima Surayya Bajia, is likewise an author. One of her siblings, Anwar Maqsood, is an essayist, humorist and a TV have and another sibling, Ahmad Maqsood was Secretary to the Government of Sindh. She wedded Majid Ali, who was a government employee and had enthusiasm for Sufi verse. 

Zehra Nigah is a Urdu artist and scriptwriter of Pakistan. She has composed a few TV serials. She was conceived on fourteenth May, 1937 in Hyderabad, India and moved to Pakistan with her folks amid the segment in 1947. She had a place with an insightful group of Hyderabad Deccan. Her dad was a government worker with an enthusiasm for verse. Zehra's senior sister, Surayya Bajia, is likewise an extraordinary show essayist. One of her siblings, Anwar Maqsood, is a flexible comedian and open speaker and another sibling, Ahmad Maqsood was Secretary to the Government of Sindh. She wedded Majid Ali, who was a government worker and had enthusiasm for Sufi verse. She has likewise gotten different honors incorporating Pride of Performance in acknowledgment of her scholarly works. 

Nigah was one of the two female writers – the other being Ada Jafri – to clear way and gain noticeable quality in the male-overwhelmed universe of Urdu verse in the post-Partition years. In the end, the time likewise arrived when Jafri and Nigah used to recount in mushairas close by Faiz Ahmed Faiz, Ahmed Faraz and Habib Jalib. 

Nigah began forming verse at eight years old or nine. Afterward, she got motivation from Ada Jafri. Around then, she stated, ladies artists were not very many and the vast majority of them were, here and there, connected to the scandalous 'chowks' or 'baazar-e-husn'. 

While verse was viewed as a God-skilled capacity, the sub-landmass' 'shurfa' did not enable their ladies to create sections and stanzas, she included. "Being a shayra (poetess) was viewed as a forbidden as well as thought unequipped for composing genuine verse," she said. "For me, nonetheless, verse was a medium to convey love that ought not be compartmentalized into sexual orientation jobs and contrasts. 

Around 1922, the front room in Zehra's family home used to fill in as the inside stage for noteworthy gatherings of writers of the stature of Iqbal, Firaq, Makhdoom, Faiz Ahmad Faiz and Majaz. "Scholastics, verse and music finished my home," she says, including, "My mom used to take in music from her ustaad [teacher] from behind a purdah. My maternal granddad used to urge us youngsters to amend intense writers like Haali and Iqbal with right implications, elocutions and perusing style. He would entice us by saying, 'In the event that you remember Iqbal's Jawab-e-Shikwa or Musaddas-e-Hali, you will get five rupees.' And we would employ every one of our energies to retain them. Such was my preparation that at four I had took in the right recitation style and elocution and when I was 14, I had took in the gems of most enormous writers by heart

Biography of Ishrat Afreen

Biography of Ishrat Afreen


Ishrat Afreen ( Ishrat Aafreen; conceived 25 December 1956) is a Urdu artist and ladies' rights lobbyist named one of the five most powerful and pattern setting female voices in Urdu Literature. Her works have been deciphered in numerous dialects including English, Japanese, Sanskrit and Hindi. The famous ghazal vocalists Jagjit Singh and Chitra Singh additionally played out her verse in their treasury, Beyond Time (1987). Popular performing artist Zia Mohyeddin likewise recounts her nazms in his seventeenth and twentieth volumes and in addition his continuous shows. 

Afreen sought after her undergrad instruction at the Allama Iqbal Govt College Karachi and later gotten her Masters Degree in Urdu Literature from the University of Karachi, Pakistan. She additionally educated at the Aga Khan School and boardinghouse. 

Ishrat Afreen positions among the most prestigious writers of Pakistan. Known for her women's activist verse, she has contended energetically to anchor the privileges of ladies. She was conceived in an accomplished family in Karachi on December 25, 1956. 

Ishrat finished her M.A. in Urdu from Karachi University, however she began composing verse at an a lot more youthful age. She turned into a distributed artist when she was only 14. From that point forward, she never thought back. As of not long ago two of her accumulations, "Kunj Peele Phuloon Ka" and "Dhoop Apne Hisse Ki", have been distributed. Other than this, different magazines of India and Pakistan distribute her work once in a while. 

These days, Ishrat lives in America with her family and is related with the Urdu bureau of the University of Texas. She has been respected with a few critical honors for her administrations to writing. 

At present the Principal Urdu Lecturer for the University of Texas at Austin's Urdu Flagship Program, Ishrat Afreen was naturally introduced to an informed family on December 25, 1956 in Karachi. She is a Urdu writer, who was named one of the five most compelling and pattern setting female voices in Urdu Literature. Her works have been deciphered in numerous dialects including English, Japanese, Sanskrit and Hindi. 

Ishrat was first distributed at 14 years old in 1971. She kept composition and was distributed in a large number of artistic magazines crosswise over India and Pakistan. Ishrat Afreen in the end ended up partner supervisor for the month to month magazine Awaaz, altered by the writer Fahmida Riaz. 

Parallel to her composition profession she took an interest in a few radio shows on Radio Pakistan from 1970-1984 that circulated broadly and internationally. She later worked under Mirza Jamil on the now all inclusive Noori Nastaliq Urdu content for InPage. 

Ishrat Afreen is a piece of the women's activist development in Urdu Literature. Other ladies in the development incorporate Ada Jafri, Zohra Nigah, Fahmida Riaz, Kishwar Naheed and Parveen Shakir. 

She expected the penname "Ishrat Afreen", Ishrat being her given name and Afreen meaning a positive response to accomplishment. 

Ishrat Afreen recognizes emphatically with the Urdu writers Muhammad Iqbal and Faiz Ahmed Faiz. She utilizes their cleaned, conventional style and skilfully diverts it to make resistant dynamic messages of distinction and defiance to man centric and harsh social standards. 

She wedded Syed Perwaiz Jafri, an Indian legal advisor in 1985 and moved to India. Five years from that point, the couple and their two youngsters relocated to America. They currently dwell in Houston, Texas with their three youngsters. 

Ishrat Afreen is as of now the Principal Urdu Lecturer for The University of Texas at Austin's Hindu Urdu Flagship Program. 

Afreen has distributed two accumulations of verse entitled Kunj Peeleh Poolon Ka (1985) and Dhoop Apne Hisse Ki (2005). Among others, she has been incorporated into the esteemed treasury We Sinful Women and roused the outstanding collection Beyond Belief: Contemporary Feminist Urdu Poetry. Ishrat Afreen ki Shairi was a book composed exclusively on Afreen's verse by author and abstract pundit Ikram Barelvi. From Beyond Belief.

Biography of Sehba Sarwar

Biography of Sehba Sarwar


Sehba Sarwar is a multidisciplinary craftsman whose exposition, verse, video, and execution workmanship handle race, class and sexual orientation issues. Brought up in a home loaded up with specialists, teachers and activists in Karachi, Pakistan, she learned at a youthful age to take a stand in opposition to imbalance. In the course of the most recent decade, Sarwar's works have showed up in compilations, papers, and magazines in India, Pakistan, and the U.S. Her work investigates ladies' issues at a worldwide dimension and straddles two landmasses, moving between South Asia and the United States. 

Sarwar's first love keeps on being fiction: her novel Black Wings was distributed in 2004 (Alhamra Publishing, Pakistan); her latest short story, "Sediment," is incorporated into the 2008 compilation of Pakistani ladies authors, And The World Changed (Feminist Press, New York); and her story, "A Sandstone Past," showed up in another collection of Pakistani ladies scholars, Neither Night Nor Day (Harper Collins, India: 2007). Her papers have showed up in productions including Asia: Magazine of Asian Literature, The New York Times' Sunday Magazine, and Callaloo. Her verse has additionally been distributed in Pakistan and the U.S., and she has played out her work in the two nations. Sarwar regularly drives composing workshops for youthful and grown-up ladies, with the essential objective of helping them discover their voices. 

She experienced childhood in Karachi, Pakistan and has distributed expositions, ballads and short stories in papers and magazines in India, Pakistan, the US and Canada. She likewise creates test recordings and craftsmanship establishments. Right now situated in Houston, Texas, she fills in as Artistic/Founding Director of Voices Breaking Boundaries, a non-benefit expressions association that has been creating elective craftsmanship in Houston since 2000. 

Sarwar got her B.A. in English from Mount Holyoke College in 1986, and an advanced education from the University of Texas, Austin in Public Affairs. She has functioned as a columnist in Pakistan and as an instructor in Houston before establishing Voices Breaking Boundaries in 2000. 

My work handles movement and outskirt issues and has showed up in the New York Times Sunday Magazine, Creative Time Reports, ASIA: Magazine of Asian Literature and somewhere else. 

Through On Belonging, my most up to date multidisciplinary venture that I am as of now visiting, I offer exhibitions, establishments, and workshops analyzing individual and network relocation designs. The venture is a piece of a journal that I started in 2013 while craftsman in-habitation at the University of Houston's Mitchell Center for the Arts. My most critical work in Houston may have begun in 2000 when I established Voices Breaking Boundaries (VBB), an elective expressions association that handles social equity issues at a neighborhood and worldwide dimension. 

Sehba Sarwar was conceived in Karachi, Pakistan in 1964. She went to the U.S. to seek after her college degree in English at Mount Holyoke College in 1983 and later sought after an advanced education from The University of Texas at Austin in Public Affairs, completing in 1992. Ms. Sarwar is a practiced essayist, lobbyist, and craftsman. She has been the originator and imaginative chief for Voices Breaking Boundaries (VBB) for a long time, which is an association that investigates issues in instruction, race, ladies' rights, and statistic changes in Houston and different parts of the world. She has additionally worked in the Houston School District as a Journalism and Creative Writing instructor for a long time and also for the Houston Community College. She has distributed many papers, short stories, and ballads in the U.S. what's more, in Pakistan, including the novel, Black Wings. She has served on various sheets, including the board for Planned Parenthood and KPFT radio. Ms. Sarwar naturalized to the United States in 2001, however much of the time makes a trip back to Pakistan for work and to invest energy with her family. She is right now hitched and has an eight-year-old little girl with whom she lives in the Houston region. She communicates in English, Urdu, and somewhat Spanish. 

Sehba Sarwar is an author, multidisciplinary craftsman and lobbyist. She moves between the city of her introduction to the world, Karachi, Pakistan, where she spent the principal half of her life in a home loaded up with specialists, activists and instructors, and her received city, Houston, where she has reproduced a network like the one where she was raised. Sarwar's work handles ladies' issues and dislodging. Her first novel, Black Wings, was distributed in 2004 (Alhamra Publishing). Her articles, sonnets and short stories have showed up in compilations, papers, and magazines in Canada, India, Pakistan and the United States, in distributions including The New York Times Sunday Magazine, Callaloo and Asia Magazine, while her video/craftsmanship establishments have been displayed in Pakistan, Egypt, India and the United States. 

Through Voices Breaking Boundaries (VBB), a grassroots expressions association she helped to establish 13 years back and where she fills in as Artistic Director, Sarwar coordinates and makes new work for VBB's front room workmanship creations. A lifetime individual from the Macondo Writers' Workshop, Sarwar is recorded on Texas Commission on the Arts Touring Artist Roster. From 2012-14 Sarwar fills in as Artist-in-Residence for the Mitchell Center for the Arts at the University of Houston, where she is taking a shot at a task entitled What is Home?

Biography of Fatima Surayya Bajia

Biography of Fatima Surayya Bajia


Fatima Surayya Bajia ( September 1930 – 10 February 2016) was a Urdu author, dramatist and dramatization essayist from Pakistan. She was granted different honors at home and abroad including Japan's most elevated common honor in acknowledgment of her works. Bajia remained Advisor to the Chief Minister of Sindh area in Pakistan, and was an individual from the overseeing panel of the Arts Council of Pakistan. She passed on 10 February 2016 in Karachi, Pakistan, matured 85. 

A local of Hyderabad, India, she was brought into the world close "Panj Bibi Mountain", in the town of Raichur in the current situation with Karnataka. She moved to Pakistan not long after freedom, alongside her family. She never gotten any formal training, and was rather self-taught. In spite of this she is positioned a prominent scholarly, peruser and essayist. 

Fatima Surayya Bajia, Pride of Performance, is a prestigious Urdu author, dramatist and dramatization essayist of Pakistan. She has been granted different honors at home and abroad including Japan's most elevated common honor in acknowledgment of her works.She additionally remained Advisor to the Chief Minister of Sindh area in Pakistan.A surely understood identity in social welfare, artistic Radio, TV and Stage, she composed for PTV Centers Islamabad and Lahore since the dispatch of those TV channels. She thought of her initially long play Mehman. She likewise contributed for the scholarly projects like Auraaq, and magnificence care programs under the title Aaraish-e-Khaam-e-Kakal and she additionally delivered a few kids programs. 

Our vehicle is rushing towards the Allah Wali Chowrangi in Karachi — Bajia is in the driver's seat. Bystanders out and about who look at us think back in shock. They ponder who is driving the vehicle; Bajia may explore the vehicle expertly, however her little and delicate figure, squatted up on the seat, is not entirely obvious. 

My lips are dry, and I am petitioning God: it would be ideal if you let Bajia and I achieve our goal securely. 

Going through 10 years in the organization of Fatima Surayya Bajia habituates one to the most neglectful sort of driving seen by a 80-year-old, and furthermore leaves engraves that can't blur with time. 

In 1960, Bajia began her expert vocation by composing for Jang. She was hitched years sooner, directly after segment. Bajia brought forth two little girls, however them two passed on not long after birth. She would recollect them and dependably express gratitude toward God for giving her such a large number of "children and girls." 

The creator with Fatima Surayya Bajiya. 

Bajia was absolutely known for her witticisms. When somebody got some information about her wellbeing, regardless of how sick she was, her reaction would be the standard answer: "Got this season's flu virus." But she scarcely acted like a matured individual, particularly one with her ailments. Nothing kept Bajia down. 

Amid Ramazan, I was sapped of all vitality before the finish of the nighttimes, yet Bajia would be completely stimulated, surging around to make Iftar for us all — her numerous children and little girls. 

You were correct, Bajia. You were a mother to us — the steady solace in our confusion; and today, you've left we all, your kids devastated. 

The life story has been composed by Syeda Iffat Hasan Rizvi following six years of research. She remained with Bajia and talked finally to her kin. "On occasion I even made to a great degree individual inquiries yet Bajia not even once raised an eyebrow," she said. 

An insidious Maqsood asked for the speakers to keep their talks short, "much the same as Bajia." 

Maqsood conceded that the adoration shared by the majority of his 10 kin, who incorporate, prominent Urdu artist Zehra Nigah, Sughra Kazmi and Zubaida Tariq, is only from time to time observed anyplace. "That is on the grounds that our folks never left anything for us," he promptly jested. "All they cleared out were around 10,000 books. Possibly in the event that they had abandoned some property, we wouldn't love each other to such an extent." 

His best presentation was for Zubaida Aapa – "Aap chay chamchay tehzeeb kay lijiay, aath tamaddun kay aur naun maazi kay. Phir sab ko mila kar mun kay aik konay mayn rakh lijiay. Ainda kabhi budtamizi nahi karengay!" (Add six spoons of conduct, eight of legacy and nine of history. Blend them well and place some in your mouth. You will never act mischievously again). 

Bajia won two or three honors, including, 1996 the Pride of Performance Award for her administrations to the performing expressions in Pakistan. It is a standout amongst the most lofty common honors given by the Pakistan Government. She was additionally granted Japan's most astounding common honor in acknowledgment of her works. She remained Advisor to the Chief Minister of Sindh region in Pakistan. Her latest appearance was in The Big Show on CNBC nearby another incredible author Haseena Moin. In 2012, she was granted Hilal-I-Imtiaz by President of Pakistan. 

Local of Hyderabad, India, she was brought into the world close "Panj Bibi Mountain", in the town of Raichur in the current situation with Karnataka. She relocated to Pakistan not long after autonomy, alongside her family. She never went to a formal school, all her instruction occurred at home, yet rather she is positioned a famous scholarly, peruser and essayist. 

Fatima Surayya Bajia first got drew in with PTV in the day and age of 1960s when her trip to Karachi had been postponed and she came to PTV Islamabad station for a visit. Chief Agha Nasir enlisted her and Bajia made her presentation in 1966 by acting in one of his plays. She started composing a short time later. Nasir said about her that 

"Amid Zia ul Haq's time when the 'dupatta approach' was upheld and ladies were constrained to carry on a specific way, Bajia expounded on characters from Baghdad and Granada. This was splendid in light of the fact that these spots were apparently Islamic social orders and nobody could say anything regarding them.

Biography of Rahat Jabeen

Biography of Rahat Jabeen


Keh Do Unkahi by Rahat Jabeen" is a social/sentimental urdu novel from khawateen process. e Waqt Gawahi De By Rahat Jabeen" is a sentimental urdu novel that initially distributed in Khawateen Digest. Surkh Gulabon Ka Mausam By Rahat Jabeen" is an asked for sentimental urdu novel from Khawateen process. Sirf Thorda Sa Intezaar By Rahat Jabeen" is a sentimental urdu novel from shua process. Here comes great sentimental urdu novel "Dil Ko Yaqeen Hai By Rahat Jabeen" from khawateen process. 

Intensity of quietness in Zard Mausam by Rahat Jabeen. The camera is an astounding instrument, for the camera can get thought."— Orson Welles, chief 

Pakistani serials have of late turned into a dustbin of unnecessary exchange, uncalled for motions and an over-burden of ambient melodies. Performers it appears are in a rush to race through their exchanges and discoursed, and need to get them out of their way. No big surprise most occasions one doesn't feel an enthusiastic association with the characters that are being happened on the little screen 

In any case, one can't say that regarding Sania Saeed who is an ace of her specialty particularly when she is utilizing the quietness and delay strategy. Zard Mausam, a sequential that is right now on air, highlights Sania as Mehru a lady whose destiny has been remorselessly bent when her first spouse bites the dust and the second husband abandons her for another lady. Throughout the years she has turned out to be angry in light of the fact that she is compelled to live with her family who don't need her and her children around. In any case, when her second spouse (Faisal Rehman) who has as of late turned into a single man and is experiencing issues in dealing with his little girl Aiman and work life, he reclaims Mehru and her children (who by the way are two of his own girls yet he had deserted them when he hitched the second time). 

So returning to Sania's powerful utilization of quietness and interruption, this extents from a scene where she is returning with her second spouse and needs to desert her adolescent child (who is from her first husband), feelings bounce over her face and one can quickly detect her torment and blame. Or on the other hand in another scene when her better half compliments her or when she is standing quiet as his daugher Aiman thumps her little girl Momo, again her hushes pass on to such an extent. 

One wishes that on-screen characters utilized hushes and stops all the more frequently to accord to Screen Actors Workshop on-screen quietness is as viable as great discourse and an all around conveyed line.

Biography of Aliya Bukhari

Biography of Aliya Bukhari


Aliya Bukhari is a Pakistani writer and screenwriter. She began her vocation through Khawateen process and has composed numerous prominent books and plays. The greater part of her books and stories has been adjusted to TV plays, including Dil-e-Muztar which earned her boundless approval and acknowledgment. She has been additionally commended for her arrangement Mere Qatil Mere Dildar, Mausam and Maana Ka Gharana. 

Aliya Anjum lives in a city by the ocean, by the name of Karachi in Pakistan. 

Aliya has wore numerous a persona: a global investor with a French and a British Bank, a volunteer setting up the showcasing branch of a NGO that constructs schools for the slightest favored in Pakistan, an alumni understudy in the US, a battling advisor, a TV live show stay for a concise piece, a representative of the Pakistan Government, graduate school personnel, lastly a creator. 

Up and down these clashing and testing characters, Aliya kept up her work as a copyist. She got distributed in Pakistan's real English every day at 17. Throughout the years, she has outsourced for real English dailies composing on nearly the whole range of news coverage from commentaries, book surveys to travelogs, financial investigates and social issues reviews. Aliya has additionally won three National Book Foundation national prizes for youngsters' fiction, YA fiction and history. 

Aliya moved on from the Institute of Business Administration, Karachi with a British framework based multi year BBA/MBA degree She later gone to Philadelphia University for a MS in Marketing. 

After the two essential activities been reported by Geo TV, the following one in the rundown is dramatization sequential 'Gumaan' under the motto 'Kabhi Gumaan Kabhi Yaqeen' which is good to go to catch a space in prime time of the channel. 

Been composed by Aliya Bukhari, the dramatization is coordinated by Shaquille Khan and coordinated by seventh Sky Entertainment. The said generation house appreciates a decent sticking with the channel and now that the channel is endeavoring hard to assemble its lost prominence in the classification of Pakistani dramatizations, seventh Sky Entertainment appears to offer some assistance. The cast of the show incorporates some famous faces like Junaid Khan, Arij Fatyma, Neelam Munir will's identity seen doing the lead jobs. 

There isn't tremendously uncovered by the authorities about the undertaking yet the fresh debut is warmly talked about via web-based networking media and dialog discussions where the gathering of people is by all accounts amped up for the up and coming dramatization sequential. With the photos that are shared on web, it is anything but difficult to anticipate that the story rotates around three characters and a trio romantic tale is the thing that one can anticipate from the endeavor. 

Could genuine romance ever triumph over unfairness and duplicity? Minal and Azar are frantically infatuated. However, their closest companions Sana and Farhan are attempting to isolate them through falsehoods and interest. Who will reveal to them reality? 

Azar, played by Junaid Khan and Sana are associates in a publicizing organization yet while Azar just considers Sana a companion, she longs for wedding him sometime in the future. So she gets a discourteous stun when Azar gets included with the youthful and lovely Minaal who is another participant in their office. Sana currently contrives with Farhan, a rich and insidious young fellow, to dishonor Minaal in Azar's eyes. Farhan likewise succumbs to Minaal and being envious of Azar needs to annihilate him. Ignorant of this interest Azar and Minaal start a voyage of affection not comprehending what risky impediments, unfairness and catastrophe lie ahead. 

Khwab Saraye by Aliya Bukhari Is a social sentimental Urdu epic. It was distributed In a month to month Digest.Over the previous couple of years. Aliya Bukhari has developed as an exceptionally productive essayist. She picks an assortment of subjects to expound on .She principally composes fiction.She has thought of some most Poupalr books, for example, Dil se hisab na mango, Rasta bhool na jana and yes khawab teri musafat.

Biography of Bina Shah

Biography of Bina Shah


Bina Shah is a Pakistani essayist, editorialist and blogger living in Karachi. Bina Shah is an author of English fiction and a writer living in Karachi, Pakistan. She is the creator of four books and two accumulations of short stories. She is a normal editorialist for the Dawn and the Express Tribune, Pakistan's real English-dialect papers, and has likewise added to universal papers The Guardian, The Independent, and the International Herald Tribune and worldwide diaries Granta.com, Wasafiri and Critical Muslim. 

Bina was conceived in Karachi, Pakistan and was brought up in Charlottesville, Virginia, and Pakistan. She holds a degree in Psychology from Wellesley College and a Masters in Education from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. She is an individual of the University of Iowa, having taken an interest in the International Writers Program in 2011. Her hilarious composition, political parody, and clear-looked at perspective of social issues have earned her basic acclaim and a dedicated after among Pakistanis everywhere throughout the world. 

The oldest of three kids, Shah was conceived in Karachi to a Sindhi family. She got a B.A. in Psychology from Wellesley College and a M.Ed in Educational Technology from the Harvard Graduate School of Education, USA. 

Shah is an individual of the University of Iowa, as an alum of the International Writing Program (2011). She is additionally a Fellow of the Hong Kong Baptist University as an alum of its International Writers Workshop. 

In present day, delightful Green City, the capital of South West Asia, sexual orientation determination, war, and illness have conveyed the proportion of ladies to men to alarmingly low dimensions. The administration utilizes fear and innovation to control its kin, and ladies must take different spouses to have more female kids as fast as could be expected under the circumstances. 

However there are ladies who oppose — ladies who live in the Panah, an underground group—and decline to be a piece of the framework. Furtively ensured by the most elevated echelons of influence, they rise just during the evening, to give to the rich and first class of Green City a kind of product that no one can purchase: imply, non-sexual fellowship. In this city, restrictiveness is the most astounding delight. In any case, things being what they are, not by any means the most compelling men can shield the ladies of the Panah from disclosure and the risks of savage discipline. 

This tragic novel from one of Pakistan's most skilled scholars is a cutting edge story: noting The Handmaid's Tale with a touchy envisioning of ladies' lives in harsh Middle Eastern and South Asian nations. It takes the male centric practices of female disengagement and veiling, sexual orientation choice, and power over ladies' bodies, intensifies and contorts them in a genuinely frightening manner to imagine a universe of post-religious tyranny over ladies' lives. 

a youth spent incompletely in the United States, and having learned at Wellesley College and Harvard University, Bina is in an ideal position to connect Pakistan and America; her composing centers around watching and deciphering the social, social, and religious powers that shape the world's most captivating nation, and making it reasonable to a worldwide gathering of people. 

She is a supporter of numerous worldwide papers and magazines: the International New York Times, Al Jazeera, The World Post, The Guardian, Granta have all distributed her news-casting and true to life. Her fiction has been distributed in Wasafiri, Critical Muslim, The Istanbul Review, Asian Cha, and Bengal Lights. Her latest novel, Before She Sleeps, was distributed in August 2018 and got a featured survey from Publishers Weekly, and additionally inclusion in The Atlantic and the New York Times as a major aspect of a developing pattern of women's activist tragic fiction diverting the resentment and nervousness of the #MeToo period. 

This won't be her first time composing for an American readership, however. Truth be told, she became a force to be reckoned with a year ago when her exposition – an article she had proposed to be distributed in the International New York Times – made it into the paper's U.S. version. 

Shah totals up the experience of having the paper, entitled "A 'Country' We Pakistanis Don't Recognize," distributed for the American gathering of people. For this piece, Shah expounded on the prevalent Showtime demonstrate "Country," which depicts occasions set in Pakistan and Afghanistan. Despite the fact that Shah anticipated the season with expectation, she expresses "I realized those occasions would be connected to the main thing that appears to intrigue the world's eye: fear based oppression and how Islamist fanaticism influences Americans and the West." 

I presented that piece for my [International New York Times] section imagining that it was much the same as some other piece I'd improved the situation them," Shah said. "It made it to the U.S. version of the paper, which doesn't occur each time. So I wasn't set up for the response it got – the antagonistic vibe from American perusers, who were angered that I tested the show's depiction of Pakistanis and Pakistan. Basically they stated: 'You are actually similar to this, so don't you set out repudiate it, since we need to see you like this.' There were a couple of extremely magnificent reactions from Americans who had headed out to Pakistan themselves and comprehended what I was stating. Be that as it may, the lion's share were incensed. I surmise Americans take their popular culture outrageously truly – which was somewhat the purpose of my piece. 

Bina is the creator of five books and two accumulations of short stories. Her 2008 novel Slum Child was a blockbuster in Italy. She has been distributed in English, Spanish, German, Urdu, Danish, Chinese, Vietnamese and Italian. Her fiction and true to life has showed up in Granta, The Independent, Wasafiri, Critical Muslim, InterlitQ, the Istanbul Review, Asian Cha, and the honor winning gathering And the World Changed. Her amusing composition, political parody, and clear-peered toward perspective of social issues have earned her basic acclaim and a gave following among Pakistanis everywhere throughout the world. 

Bina Shah's first book, a volume of short stories called Animal Medicine, was distributed in 2000. Her first novel, Where They Dream in Blue, was distributed by Alhamra in 2001. A second novel, 'The 786 Cybercafé' was distributed by Alhamra in 2004. In 2005, 'The Optimist', a short story composed by Bina was distributed in a treasury called And the World Changed (Women Unlimited/OUP) and an article called 'A Love Affair with Lahore' was distributed in a collection altered by Bapsi Sidhwa called City of Sin and Splendor, Writings on Lahore (Penguin India - Pakistani title Beloved City, OUP). In 2007 Alhamra distributed her second accumulation of short stories, Blessings. 

Bina Shah's third novel 'Ghetto Child' was distributed in India by Tranquebar, an engraving of Westland-Tata, in 2010. An Italian-dialect form was additionally distributed in Italy by Newton Compton in 2009 under the title La Bambina Che Non Poteva Sognare, where it achieved number 3 on the soft cover hit list and sold more than 20,000 duplicates. It was distributed in Spanish by Grijalbo, an engraving of Random House Mondadori, in June 2011.

Biography of Zaib-un-Nissa Hamidullah

Biography of Zaib-un-Nissa Hamidullah


Zaib-un-Nissa (transliterated Zeb-un-Nissa, Zaibunnissa, Zaibun Nisa, Zaibunisa, Zaib-un-Nisa, Zebunnissa, Zeb-un-Nisa) Hamidullah (Urdu: زیب النساء حمیداللہ‬‎; 25 December 1918 – 10 September 2000) was a Pakistani essayist and writer. She was a pioneer of Pakistani writing and news coverage in English, and furthermore a pioneer of women's liberation in Pakistan. She was Pakistan's first female feature writer (in English), manager, distributer and political reporter. Zaibunnisa Street in Karachi was named after her. 

Zeb-un-Nissa Ali was conceived in 1921 to an abstract family in Calcutta. Her dad, S. Wajid Ali, was the principal individual to decipher the works of the notable Urdu artist Muhammad Iqbal into Bengali, and was an enthusiastic Bengali and Indian patriot and essayist. She had two siblings, and one relative from her mom's second marriage. She experienced childhood in a firmly weave Anglo-Indian family unit loaded up with Bengali masterminds and savants of the age, as her dad's home at 48, Jhowtalla Road, was something of a gathering place for the Calcutta abstract circle. She began to compose at an early age, and got significant help from both her English mother and Bengali dad. A desolate youngster, Zeb-un-Nissa took to composing verse as a way to express her contemplations and feelings. Her later composing was influenced by her outings to rustic regions of Bengal and the Punjab, including her dad's origination, the Bengali town of Tajpur. She was taught at the Loreto House Convent 

In 1940, she wedded Khalifa Muhammad Hamidullah. In contrast to most relational unions of the time, hers was not an orchestrated marriage. She moved with him to the Punjab, Pakistan after their marriage. He worked there as an official for the Bata shoe organization. Amid autonomy in 1947, she and her better half helped displaced people running over the outskirt from India. 

Her better half, had a place with a notable Punjabi family. His dad, Khalifa Mohammad Asadullah, was the custodian of the Imperial Library in Calcutta (now Kolkata). Hamidullah was the leader of Bata's tasks in Pakistan, and was sent to head Bata in Ireland in 1972. 

Every last bit of her books were committed to him, verification of their dedication to each other. They had two youngsters: Nilofar (b. 1943) and Yasmine (b. 1949). 

In the wake of moving to the Punjab in 1942, Begum Hamidullah was stunned. Brought up in an Anglo-Indian family, she thought that it was difficult to change in accordance with the altogether different way of life of her significant other's substantial Punjabi family. It required investment for her to change, as she conceded in the foreword to The Young Wife. 

she composed for some Indian papers, and was the primary Muslim lady to compose a segment in an Indian paper. After autonomy, her section in the paper Dawn made her the main female political observer in Pakistan. After she cleared out Dawn, she turned into the organizer and supervisor distributer of the Mirror, the principal social reflexive magazine in Pakistan. Because of her status as Pakistan's first female editorial manager, she turned into the principal lady to be incorporated into press designations sent to different nations. On one of these appointments, in 1955, she turned into the primary lady to talk at the old al-Azhar University in Cairo, Egypt. 

She wedded Khalifa Muhammad Hamidullah in 1940. 

1936 - 1943 

Zeb-un-Nissa first became a force to be reckoned with in 1936, when a lyric of hers was acknowledged for production by Bombay's celebrated Illustrated Weekly of India. From that point on she was a standard supporter of that paper, until Partition. In 1941, her first book of verse 'Indian Bouquet' was distributed by her dad's distributing house, and ended up being extremely famous. Every one of the duplicates of the primary release were sold in 3 months. She lined up on her initial accomplishment with 'Lotus Leaves', another book of verse. 

1944 

In 1944, Zeb-un-Nissa and her better half were in Simla at the season of the renowned Simla Conference. It was here that Zeb-un-Nissa met Fatima Jinnah. They turned out to be quick companions, and Miss Jinnah soon managaed to get Zeb-un-Nissa a selective meeting with her sibling, Muhammad Ali Jinnah. This was a milestone in the youthful Zeb-un-Nissa's vocation, and figured out how to shoot her to vast distinction. 

1947 - 1951 

After Partition, the aggressive Zaib-un-Nissa chose to work in the field of news coverage, and before long settled herself as a straightforward and intrepid author in her segment 'Through a Woman's Eyes', in the day by day Dawn paper of Karachi. This segment started in December, 1948. After a period, she opposed the constrained extent of the element, proclaiming that ladies ought to have the privilege to remark regarding each matter, including governmental issues. Mr. Altaf Husain, at that point supervisor of the Dawn, in the long run consented to give her a more extensive degree. Not just this, he perceived the value of her work by giving her another task - that of a reporter showing up on the publication page. Begum Hamidullah in this way turned into the primary female political analyst of Pakistan. Her section set up her notoriety for being a fair journalist who was not hesitant to voice her assessments. It was likewise an enormous advance for the ladies' rights development in Pakistan. 

Begum Hamidullah passed away gently on tenth September, 2000, at 81 years old. An eulogy in the Dawn paper said "even her spoilers appreciated her for the bravery of conviction and the quality of character she showed for an incredible duration." Another paper tribute said "She will be for quite some time associated with her spearheading job in a specific kind of news coverage in Pakistan, and as a ground-breaking and gutsy author." 

During the 60s the administration named a noteworthy road in the Karachi downtown area after her: Zaibunnisa Street. 

After the passing of her better half in 1984, Zaib-un-Nissa entered an extensive stretch of individual grieving, and step by step pulled back totally from open life. She composed sporadically, and remained an image of artistic and women's activist advancement until her passing at age 78 in September 2000. 

This is a confusion that Zaibunnisa Street Karachi is named after Zaib-un-Nissa Hamidullah. This road is named after Mughal princess Zaibunnisa Makhfi who was girl of Aurang Zeb Alamgir. ( Ref: Daily Jang, Karachi, 26 May 1970)

Biography of Naseem Hijazi

Biography of Naseem Hijazi


Sharif Hussain who utilized the nom de plume Hijāzī (Urdu: نسیم حجازی‬, regularly transliterated as Naseem Hijazi or Nasim Hijazi) (c. 1914– 2 March 1996), was a Urdu author. He was conceived in an Arain family in the town of Sujaanpur close to the town of Dhariwal, in the Gurdaspur area of Punjab, before the freedom of Pakistan; his family settled in Lahore in 1947. He lived a large portion of his life in Pakistan and kicked the bucket on 2 March 1996. 

Famous Urdu fiction has had an old custom of noteworthy books. Since the early time of Urdu writing , journalists have utilized notable settings as foundation for their books and enormously engaged their perusers. One of the most seasoned in Urdu, this custom is as yet alive. 

Naseem Hijazi is legitimately viewed as the best writer in the class of memorable novel. His genuine name was Sharif Hussain. He was conceived in the year 1914 in the town of Sujanpur, close Dhariwal, in East Punjab. He experienced childhood in a traditionalist situation where perusing or composing books was viewed as something underneath great ethics. His prior drafts were torn away by his dad. Sharif Hussain picked Islamic history as motivation for his fiction and took the pseudonym Naseem Hijazi which showed his passionate association with Hijaz, the blessed place that is known for Mecca and Medina. His first novel Daastan-e-Mujahid turned out in 1944. In years to come he would think of one incredible memorable novel after the other and procure extraordinary distinction. Various films and plays in Pakistan were likewise founded on Naseem Hijazi's books 

The extraordinary man was conceived on 19 May 1914 in eastern Punjab. He was an incredible Urdu tale essayist and his genuine name was Muhammad Sharif. His dad Mr. Ibrahim was from a normal class family. He was reviewer in fisheries. He wanted to compose recorded books. His accounts were likewise utilized in various dramatizations and movies. He passed his registration examination in 1932. He filled in as editorial manager in day by day paper "Tanzeem" and "Tameer". He issued another paper with the assistance of his associate Ch. Anayat with the name of "Kohistan" and it was a standout amongst the most famous at the time. As a columnist he composed numerous books which were at their pinnacle of acclaim. In his works he talked about the pinnacle and reducing times of Islamic history. He likewise talked about the famous identities like Muhammad Bin Qasim. He propelled lolly wood film in which move of Muslims from India to Pakistan has been expounded. He was kicked the bucket in 1996 in Rawalpindi and covered in Islamabad. He was a man of character and a keen individual. Every one of the insights regarding his life are given underneath in Urdu and you can peruse it. 

Sharif Hussain (who utilized the nom de plume Hijazi) was conceived in 1914. He had a place with an Arain family. He lived in the Sujaanpur close to the town of Dhariwal, a town of Gurdaspur locale. After the production of Pakistan, Naseem Hijazi moved to Pakistan. He remained in Lahore and went through his entire time on earth. 

He passed away on 2 March 1996 Lahore. 

Akhari Maraka 

This epic wrote with regards to sub-landmass and Sultan Mehmood Gazanvi's attack. Sultan Mehmood drew close to multiple times in Indo-Pak and prepared for Muslim heros. This tale likewise portrayed the 

This story additionally portrayed the state of Indo-Pak at the time and shades of malice of Hindu standing framework. The book rotates around the most memorable triumph of Somnath. 

Kaleesa Aur Aag 

Kaleesa Aur Aag epic portrayed the last battle of Muslims to remain in Spain. Be that as it may, Muslim lost their standards in Andalus. 

Naseem Hijazi referenced the reasons and condition why Muslim lost their huge realm in Europe. 

His tale composing was profoundly influenced by his news-casting. He was committed to truth and authenticity. He gave a motivator to honest and reasonable composition. Or maybe he established this convention of honest and reasonable composition. He generally offered significance to the welfare of the laborers of papers yet all was futile as he needed to keep himself isolated and detached from the paper obviously. In this section I have likewise introduced a portion of his noteworthy publications and Kohistan's developments and the prevalence of various segments of the papers among the general population. The journalistic conventions, which Naseem Hijazi had presented, are as yet a wellspring of light in the field of reporting. In the end novel composing has been profoundly influenced by news-casting. In the fourth section I have talked about the co-appointment among novel and history and all the while I have displayed an examination audit of the distinctive verifiable certainties accessible in the books of Naseem Hijazi.

Biography of Ahmad Faraz

Biography of Ahmad Faraz


Syed Ahmad Shah (1931-2008), who procured the nom de plume of Faraz, came to be referred to as Ahmad Faraz as a writer. He was conceived at Nav Shahra in spite of the fact that his tribal place was Kohat. He learned at Islamia College, Kohat; Edwards College, Peshawar; and Peshawar University from where he got his degrees of M. A. in Urdu and M. A. in Persian. He started his vocation as a maker in Radio Pakistan. Afterward, he filled in as a teacher at Islamia College in Peshawar. Faraz objected to the military autocracy in Pakistan and conveyed what needs be energetically for which he was captured. On his discharge, he liked to live in a deliberate outcast in Europe and Canada for a long time. Back home, he took up senior places of regulatory nature as Resident Director of Pakistan National Center, and therefore the Director of Akademy Adabiyat Pakistan, Lok Wirsa and Chairperson of National Book Foundation. A generally regarded writer, Faraz got a few honors. A portion of these incorporate Adamji Award, Abaseen Award, Kamal-e-Fun Award, and Hilal-e-Imtiyaz grant, which he returned enlisting his disappointment with the nation's administration. He was beautified with Hilal-e-Pakistan grant by the Government of Pakistan after death. 

Faraz began composing verse while he was as yet a youthful understudy. He rose as a ghazal writer with his very own individual mark. Indeed, even while he drew upon the customary subjects of affection and sentiment, he additionally composed his age in his verse with every one of its loses hope and frustrations and created probably the best examples of opposition verse. He was a productive artist with a few compilations amazingly. These incorporate Tanha, Dard-e-Aashob, Janan, Shubkhoon, Merey Khwab Reza, Beaawara Gali Koochon Mein, Nabeena Shar Mein Aaeena, Pus Andaz Mausam, and Khwab-e-Gul Pareshan Hai. His interpretations of verse are incorporated into Sub Awazein Meri Hain. He additionally assembled a choice from the verse of Kunwar Mahinder Singh Bedi in Ai Ishq Junoon Pesha. His Kulliyat showed up with a comprehensive title of Shahr-e-Sukhan Aaraasta Hai. 

Ahmed Faraz conceived Syed Ahmed Shah on 12 January 1931 in Kohat, passed on 25 August 2008) was a Pakistani Urdu writer. He was broadly known as a standout amongst other current Urdu artists of the only remaining century. Faraz was his pseudonym, in Urdu takhalus. He passed on in Islamabad on 25 August 2008. He was granted Sitara-I-Imtiaz, Hilal-e-Imtiaz and after death the Hilal-e-Pakistan by the Government of Pakistan. 

Ahmad Faraz was conceived in Kohat, (at that point British India) to Syed Muhammad Shah Barq. His sibling is Syed Masood Kausar. He moved to Peshawar with his family. He contemplated in celebrated Edwardes College, Peshawar and got Masters in Urdu and Persian from Peshawar University. 

Amid his school life, the dynamic writers Faiz Ahmad Faiz and Ali Sardar Jafri were his closest companions, who inspired him and turned into his good examples. Ethnically a Pashtun Syed, Ahmad Faraz examined Persian and Urdu at the Peshawar University. He later turned into a teacher at the Peshawar University. 

Faraz passed on from kidney disappointment in a nearby Islamabad healing center on 25 August 2008. His burial service was hung on the night of 26th, by numerous admirers and government authorities at H-8 Graveyard, Islamabad, Pakistan. 

His folks asked him once to take in arithmetic from a class individual amid the mid year get-away. Be that as it may, he was feeble in arithmetic and geology, he didn't recollect maps and streets. 

He was from a good group of Syed, descendents of ''Haji Bahadar" a popular holy person of Kohat, he moved to Peshawar with whole family. Contemplated in celebrated Edwards College, Peshawar and after that did his Masters in Urdu and Persian from Peshawar University. 

Amid his time in school, Faiz Ahmad Faiz and Ali Sardar Jafri were the best dynamic artists, who awed him and turned into his good examples. 

Blunt about legislative issues, he went into deliberate outcast amid the Zia-ul-Haq period after he was captured for presenting certain ballads at a Mushaira reprimanding the military standard. He remained for a long time in Britain, Canada and Europe before coming back to Pakistan, where he was at first named Chairman Academy of Letters and later director of the Islamabad-based National Book Foundation for quite a long while. He has been granted with various national and global honors. He was granted the Hilal-e-Imtiaz in 2004, in acknowledgment of his abstract accomplishments. He restored the honor in 2006 subsequent to getting to be disappointed with the legislature and its approaches. "My cognizant won't excuse me on the off chance that I remained a quiet observer of the pitiful happenings around us. The minimum I can do is to tell the autocracy where it remains according to the concerned residents whose essential rights have been usurped. I am doing this by restoring the Hilal-e-Imtiaz (common) forthwith and decline to connect myself in any capacity with the regime..." an announcement issued by the writer. About his present compositions he says: "I now just compose when I am compelled to from within." Maintaining a convention

Biography of Moniza Alvi

Biography of Moniza Alvi


Moniza Alvi (conceived 2 February 1954) is a Pakistani-British artist and writer.Moniza Alvi was conceived in Lahore, Pakistan, and came to England when she was a couple of months old. She experienced childhood in Hertfordshire and learned at the colleges of York and London. 

Peacock Luggage, a book of sonnets by Moniza Alvi and Peter Daniels, was distributed because of the two artists mutually winning the Poetry Business Prize in 1991. Moniza Alvi proceeded to compose five further verse accumulations: The Country at My Shoulder (1993), which was shortlisted for the T.S. Eliot Prize and the Whitbread Poetry Award, and which prompted her being chosen for the Poetry Society's New Generation Poets advancement; A Bowl of Warm Air (1996), one of the Independent on Sunday's Books of the Year; Carrying My Wife (2000), a Poetry Book Society Recommendation; Souls (2002); and How the Stone Found its Voice (2005), motivated by Kipling's Just So Stories. 

Moniza Alvi was conceived in Pakistan to a Pakistani dad and a British mother. Her dad moved to Hatfield, Hertfordshire, in England when Alvi was a couple of months old. She didn't return to Pakistan until after the production of one of her first books of sonnets The Country at My Shoulder. She labored for quite a long while as a secondary teacher, however is currently an independent author and mentor, living in Norfolk. She and her better half, Robert, have one girl. 

How the Stone Found its Voice (2005), enlivened by Kipling's Just So Stories, 

Europa(2008), a Poetry Book Society Choice and shortlisted for the TS Eliot prize. Additionally distributed in 2008 Split World incorporates ballads from her initial five accumulations. 

Achy to visit the family for the Earth (2011) chose ballads by the French writer Jules Supervielle with adaptations by Moniza Alvi. 

At the Time of Partition (2013) a Poetry Book Society Choice, shortlisted for the 2013 TS Eliot Prize and won the East Anglian Writers Prize for verse. 

Moniza's most recent gathering is Blackbird, Bye and will be distributed on the 21st June 2018. 

Moniza Alvi now guides for the Poetry School and lives in Norfolk. In 2002 she got a Cholmondeley Award for her verse. 

Alvi's verse is saturated with a soul of duality, segment, cracked character and change: her initial work was worried about countries – genuine and envisioned – in sonnets which are "clear, clever and instilled with startling and tasty looks of the strange – this current artist's third nation" (Maura Dooley). In these sonnets she envisions what it would have been similar to never to have left, to have experienced childhood in Pakistan instead of having left and turned into an alternate individual. 

And in addition divisions between what she has called "the retreating east, the subsiding west", her later work likewise investigates the exchange among inward and external universes, creative ability and reality, physical and profound experience. She has composed interpretations or forms of the verse of the French writer Jules Supervielle, and additionally going up against the legend of Europa. 

Her latest accumulation, At the Time of Partition (Bloodaxe Books, 2013), was shortlisted for the T.S. Eliot Prize. 

Inside my mom I looked through a glass window. The world past was hot and dark colored. They were all looking in on me - Father, Grandmother, the cook's kid, the sweeper-young lady, the bullock with the sharp shoulderblades, the nearby legislators. My English grandma took a telescope and looked crosswise over landmasses. Every one of the general population unwound a sari. It extended from Lahore to Hyderabad, faltered over the Arabian Sea, shot through with stars, vacillating with sparrows and quails. They strung it with streets, undulations of land. In the end they wrapped and enveloped me by it murmuring Your body is your nation. 

I saw that her knuckles were crude with the exertion of thumping on entryways. What's more, on the off chance that they opened she'd experience issues going through - the ponderousness of facilitating in with her reality unblemished. More than once I begged her to surrender. However, I appreciated my better half, as it were - the determination, her wild interest. She worked mindfully, at whatever point she could, at her listening aptitudes, sharpening them by day and night on the squeaking of a far away entryway.

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Biography of Khadija Mastoor

Biography of Khadija Mastoor


Khadija Mastoor (11 December 1927 – 25 July 1982) was a Urdu essayist from Pakistan. She composed a few accumulations of short stories. Her tale Aangan has profoundly been appreciated as an abstract history in Urdu, which has likewise been changed into the show. Her more youthful sister Hajra Masroor is likewise a short story essayist 

Khadija Mastoor was conceived on 11 December 1927 in Bareilly, India. Her dad Tahoor Ahmad Khan, a British Army Doctor, kicked the bucket after a heart assault. She and her sister Hajra Masroor relocated to Lahore, Pakistan and settled there. Khadija passed on in London on 25 July 1982 and was covered in Lahore. Khadija Mastoor is a Urdu essayist from Pakistan acclaimed for her novel Aangan. Kicked the bucket July 26, 1982. 

Khadija started composing short stories in 1942. She has distributed five books of short stories and two books. Her accounts depend on social and good qualities and additionally political. Amid the works she has no model before her, she glances around and basically portrays her encounters. The proposal of PhD has likewise been composed on Khadija and on her abstract work by an understudy at Bahauddin Zakariya University, Multan, A paper composes; 

One of the best ladies journalists of short stories in Pakistan, Khadija Mastoor is being recalled on her demise commemoration today (Tuesday).Khadija Mastoor, an extraordinary scholarly lady in the historical backdrop of Urdu writing, was conceived in Bareili in 1927. She began composing short stories in 1942 and kept composition till her passing. She has more than 5 accumulations of short stories and 2 books shockingly. Her tale "Aangan" is respected an artistic milestone in Urdu. Her more youthful sister Hajra Masroor is additionally a cultivated short story essayist. Khadija Mastoor kicked the bucket in London in 1982 and was covered in Lahore. 

Numerous ladies journalists, including Esmat Chughtai and Wajada Tabassum, turned into a sort, however Khadija and Hajra never progressed toward becoming kinds, such was the flexibility in their craft, he included. 

Prof Ansari likewise reviewed a comment originating from Ahmad Nadim Qasmi that Khadija was exceptionally skilful in letter-composing and her letters were comparable to those composed by Mirza Ghalib. Those letters, Prof Ansari stated, ought to be distributed for further assessment of Khadija Mastoor's craft. 

Prior, Hajra Masroor said in a concise discourse that she was not for the time being worried about the convention of Urdu afsana. All she knew was from her perception and individual involvement throughout everyday life, she and Khadija assembled from early youth. 

Artist and story author Ahmad Hamish inspected real works of Khadija Masroor, reviewing models from English and Hindi bits of composing. 

The course was sorted out by Historical Event Committee of the Arts Council and compered by Ovais Adeeb Ansari. Qasim Jalali, Chairman of the board likewise talked.

Biography of Reham Khan

Biography of Reham Khan


Reham Khan conceived 3 April 1973) is a Libyan-brought into the world British Pakistani writer, writer, and producer. Reham was destined to Nayyar Ramzan, a Pakistani doctor. She is ethnically of Pashtun origins[10] from the Lughmani family, a sub-faction of the Swati clan. She is familiar with four dialects which incorporate English, Urdu, Pashto and her tribal Hindko, a tongue of Punjabi dialect. Her family hails from the town of Baffa, lying 15 km west of Mansehra in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa territory. Her folks moved to Libya in the late 1960s, where Reham was conceived in Ajdabiya in 1973. She has one sister and one sibling. 

Reham Khan is a 2018 dubious journal composed by Reham Khan. She is the previous spouse of Prime Minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan. It was distributed on July 10, 2018 preceding Pakistani general race, 2018. The book was distributed by the SK Publications in Pakistan and HarperCollins Publishers in India. 

A couple of days before the book was discharged, on-screen character Hamza Ali Abbasi guaranteed that he had perused a composition and condemned the book for being one-sided. Reham brought up the way that the book had been perused wrongfully and asserted that Abbasi had been undermining her. This was trailed by various allegations and quarrells between the two on Twitter. Reham Khan was presented with lawful activities from individuals whom she blamed for sexual charges. She was sued by her previous first spouse Ijaz Rehman, previous cricketer Wasim Akram, Zulfi Bukhari and Anila Khawaja. Afterward, Imran Khan said in a meeting that his marriage with Reham was his greatest misstep. Reham denies that there are any arguments recorded against her by saying that those are simply online networking dangers. 

eham Khan was conceived on April 03rd 1973 in Ajdabiya which is a city in Libya. So as indicated by her date of birth, she is 44 years of age right now. 

Her family moved to Libya in mid 60s, where she had her initial training and after that her family moved back to Pakistan where her dad began rehearsing as a general doctor in Peshawar. Reham had her four year college education in instruction from Jinnah College for Women in Peshawar and afterward went to UK where she considered telecom news coverage from North Lindsey College. She additionally got her post graduate confirmation from Grimsby in United Kingdom. 

Reham got hitched in 1993 at 19 years old to a Pakistani national British Psychiatrist Dr. Ejaz Rehman and that is the means by which she got her British nationality. From this marriage, they have 3 kids. She took incredible consideration of her children and remained a house spouse till 2005, when she got separated from Dr. Ejaz. Their kids remained with their mom. 

She wedded again in 2015 to the popular and most compelling government official in Pakistan, Imran Khan Niazi and she got genuine notoriety after this marriage since this marriage was led in an exceptionally tense circumstance amid extremely battling occasions for Imran Khan and his political gathering. She partook in many gathering gatherings however sadly this marriage kept going just for couple of months. She wedded to Imran Khan on January 06th 2015 and got separated in October 2015. 

Right now, she is working with Dawn news and furthermore functioning as a movie maker and chief. Her first film, that was discharged in September 2016 named "JANAAN" is a lighthearted comedy and got heaps of exposure in the wake of discharging word wide. 

Reham Khan, the previous spouse of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf boss Imran Khan has been making an incredible tempest with her tell-all life story. 

With many considering the book a plan to dishonor Imran's notoriety, obviously offering some exceptionally dubious detail, it's sheltered to state that the book has more than made a stamp even before its discharge. 

It proceeds with, "It's an actual existence of phenomenal complexities: both a merciless marriage and local maltreatment, yet in addition the remaking of a real existence, the bringing up of three kids and resulting media achievement. What's more, as of late the differentiations have proceeded with: Reham has assembled a fruitful vocation as a communicate columnist and grapple, and has built up herself as an incredible media constrain in the UK and Pakistan.

Biography of Rukhsana Ahmad

Biography of Rukhsana Ahmad


Rukhsana Ahmad (brought into the world 1948) is Pakistani essayist of novels,short stories, verse, plays, interpreter and who after marriage relocated to England for further examinations and seek after a profession in composing. She has crusaded for Asian scholars, especially ladies. 

Rukhsana Ahmad was born in Karachi, Pakistan in 1948. She did her tutoring in numerous schools in various urban areas in Pakistan. She did her school training in Punjab University, and in Karachi acquired Master of Arts degree from the Karachi University in English Literature and Linguistics.[1][2] She at that point joined the University of Karachi and showed English Literature, till she got married.[3] Subsequent to her marriage she relocated to England, where she got degrees from the Reading University and the University of the Arts. 

Ahmad has won numerous honors as designations for surely understood honors like the Commission of Racial Equality Award, the Writers' Guild Award, the Sony Award, and the 2002 Susan Smith Blackburn Prize.[1] For her play River on Fire (2001) she won the second place for the Susan Smith Blackburn theater grant. For her play Wide Sargasso Sea she got the Writers' Guild of Great Britain radio adjustment grant. 

Positioned in London with her family, Ahmad started an independent profession as a writer and columnist. She started making an interpretation of works from Urdu into English, for example, a volume of ladies' challenge verse under the title We Sinful Women (1991), and Altaf Fatima's tale The One Who Did Not Ask (1993).[1] Her first novel was The Hope Chest (1996) which features the life of a young lady raised in two "diverse worlds".[2] During 1991, as inhabitant author in Cleveland, Ahmad was manager of Dreams into Words and Daughters of the East. 

Rukhsana Ahmad has accomplished refinement over a few sorts. Melody for a Sanctuary, her first play, prompted various commissions for the stage and radio. Waterway on Fire (2001) was sprinter up for the Susan Smith Blackburn theater grant and Wide Sargasso Sea for the Writers' Guild of Great Britain radio adjustment grant. Her first novel The Hope Chest (Virago, 1996) catches the clashing parallel existences of young ladies from the two universes she knows best. A considerable lot of her short stories, distributed globally, are incorporated into The Gate-attendant's Wife (ILQA, 2014). 

With Rita Wolf, Rukhsana helped to establish Kali Theater Company, which she drove for a long time. For 10 years, she filled in as the (establishing) seat of a South Asian writing and expressions file, Salidaa (now Sadaa). Rukhsana has held composition residencies crosswise over London and the districts, including bilingual ones, yet has observed her RLF partnerships to be the most supporting and moving. Her acclaimed interpretation of Urdu women's activist verse We Sinful Women (The Women's Press, 1991), a plainly political work, sprang similarly from women's activist concerns and her affection for Urdu writing. It investigates subjects of conviction and unbelief that still fixate her, pervading the work in advancement: a second novel Shrine in the Desert and an element film The Tainted Gene.

Biography of Nighat Seema

Biography of Nighat Seema


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