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Abida Hussain

Syeda Abida Hussain ( سيدہ عابدہ حسین‎) is a Pakistani conservative politician,  diplomat and socialite  who served as the  Pakistan Ambassador to the United States and a member of the federal cabinet between 1996 and 1999. 

 

Syed Ali Abbas Jalalpuri

Prof. Syed Ali Abbas Jalalpuri was a professor of philosophy in Government College Lahore. He is regarded by the intellectuals of Pakistan as the Will Durant of Pakistan. He had master’s degrees in PhilosophyPersian and Urdu. He wrote more than fourteen books on PhilosophyHistory, and Religion in Urdu language. Urdu Complete Books are available online at www.kitabidunya.com He was known as a first-rate scholar, and his books seemed to herald an age of reason in Pakistan.

His opinions on the subjects of historycivilizationreligionphilosophymetaphysicsfolklore are held in great esteem. In his greatest work, Riwayat-e-Falsafa (Story of Philosophy), You can read on kitabu dunya,he tried to educate a common Urdu reader on the subject of Philosophy. This book served its purpose in popularizing the subject it discussed like Will Durant‘s The Story of Philosophy.

Like The Dictionnaire Historique et Critique of Pierre Bayle and The Philosophical Dictionary of Voltaire, he wrote a philosophical dictionary, ‘Khird Nama Jalalpuri’ to explain subject’s terminologies in Urdu can be read at www.kitabidunya.com

 

Mushtaq Ahmad Yusufi

Mushtaq Ahmad Yusufi D.Litt (HC), SIHI Urduمشتاق احمد يوسفی‎ — Muštāq Ẹḥmad Yūsufī, born 4 August 1923) is an Urdu satire and humour writer from Pakistan Yousufi has also served as the head of several national and international governmental and financial institutions. His books are available on COD Cash on Delivery from www.kitabidunya.com He received  Sitara-i-Imtiaz Award in 1999 and Hilal-i-Imtiaz Award in 2002, the highest literary honors by the Government of Pakistan

 

Siddique Salik

Brigadier-General Muhammad Siddiq Salik (Urduبرگیڈیر جنرل محمد صدیق سالک; September 6, 1935 – August 17, 1988) SI(M), was one of the high-profile military officer and public face of military government of President and chief of army staff General Zia-ul-Haq, serving as the media minister and the heading the Directorate-General for the Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) from August 1985 till his death in 1988

Siddique Salik was born in village Manglia KharianGujrat DistrictPunjab, to a Muslim Jat family. Salik schooled in Lahore and graduated from Islamia College, Civil Lines, Lahore earning a degree in English literature and international relations. Before receiving his commission in the Pakistan Army, Salik had taught English literature in few colleges in Lahore and Abbottabad.

Aliya Bukhari

Aliya Bukhari is a Pakistani novelist and screenwriter. She started her career through Khawateen digest and has written many popular novels and plays. Most of her novels and stories has been adapted to television plays, including Dil-e-Muztar which earned her wide spread acclaim and recognition. She has been also praised for her series Mere Qatil Mere DildarMausam and Maana Ka Gharana. Her books are available on Cash on Delivery from www.kitabidunya.com

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Altaf Gauhar

Altaf Gauhar (17 March 1923 – 14 November 2000) was a civil servant, journalist, poet, and writer from Pakistan. He was born in Gujranwala

He was, however, a gifted writer (his books can be purchase from www.kitabidunya.com on Cash on Delivery all over Pakistan, Altaf Gauhar became very close to President Ayub Khan, so much so that he was known as the de facto vice President of Pakistan. He was the main ghost writer for the latter’s autobiography entitled Friends Not Masters, published 1967.[citation needed] Subsequently he also wrote the biography, Ayub Khan : Pakistan’s First Military Ruler, which gave a different story altogether because it was written after the death of his old mentor prompting people to question ‘who is the real Ayub?’[2] The last official act of President Ayub Khan before handing over power was to invite Altaf Gauhar to lunch with his family and bestow on him the high civil award of Hilal-i-Quaid-i-Azam. Through some palace intrigues, President Yahya Khan assumed power on 25 March 1969. A day or two before that he had had a serious altercation with Altaf Gauhar who wanted Ayub Khan to continue. In 1969, Gauhar was initially marginalized as Director Finance Services Academy Lahore, a position much lower in rank than a Central Secretary. Kitabi dunya subsequently he was dismissed from service and all his four civil awards were forfeited.

 

ASHFAQ AHMED

Ashfaq Ahmed was a writer, playwright and broadcaster from Pakistan. He authored several books in Urdu. His works included novels, short stories and plays for television and radio. He was awarded President’s Pride of Performance and Sitara-i-Imtiaz for meritorious services in the field of literature and broadcasting

After Partition, (books on partition can be buy via cash on delivery all over Pakistan from Kitabi Dunya, website: www.kitabidunya.com when Ahmed arrived at the Walton refugee camp with millions of other migrants, he used to make announcements of directions on a megaphone around the clock for the refugees. Later, he got a job in ‘Radio Azad Kashmir’, which was established on a truck that used to drive around in various parts of Kashmir. He then got lectureship at Dayal Singh College, Lahore for two years. Whereafter, he went to Rome to join ‘Radio Rome’ as an Urdu newscaster. He also used to teach Urdu at ‘Rome University’. During his stay in Europe, he received diplomas in the Italian and French languages from the ‘Sapienza University of Rome|University of Rome’ and University of Grenoble, France. He also earned a special training diploma in radio broadcasting from New York University

He started writing stories in his childhood, which were published in Phool [Flower] magazine. After returning to Pakistan from Europe, he took out his own monthly literary magazine, Dastaango [Story Teller], and joined Radio Pakistan as a script writer. He was made editor of the popular Urdu weekly, Lail-o-Nahar [Day and Night], in place of famous poet Sufi Ghulam Mustafa Tabassum by the Government of Pakistan.

In 1962, Ahmed started his popular radio program, Talqeen Shah [The Preacher] which made him immensely popular among the people in towns and villages.He was appointed director of the Markazi Urdu Board in 1966, which was later renamed as Urdu Science Board, a post he held for 29 years. He remained with the board until 1979. He also served as adviser in the Education Ministry during Zia-ul-Haq’s regime. In the 1960s, he produced a feature film, Dhoop aur Saaei [Shadows and Sunshine], which was not very successful at the box office

 

RAZIA BUTT

Razia Butt was a Urdu novelist and playwright from Pakistan. Her novels typically have strong female protagonists, and have been dramatised in movies and television plays. Born in Wazirabad on 19 May 1924,

Her name first appeared in a literary journal around 1940 when she was in her teens. She later developed her first published story into a novel, Naila. Novels can be buy online from www.kitabidunya.com via Cash on Delivery.

Married in 1946, Razia Butt resumed writing in 1950s after a break of some years. She was later hailed as one of the prolific writers of her time, with some 51 novels and 350 short stories to her credit. She also wrote many radio plays.

Being a contemporary of many famous names in Urdu fiction writing, Razia Butt carved a niche and a market for herself by perfecting a particular brand of storytelling. Not surprisingly, many of her novels, such as Saiqa and Naila, were adapted for the big screen, and NoreenaNajiaSaiqa and Bano for TV drama serials