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Azhar Suhail

History Memoir

3/5 (2 ratings)
Born
June 01 1949
Died
1212 10 19971997
Azhar Suhail was a Pakistani journalist, editor, media personality, and a bureaucrat born in Narang, Sheikhupura. He was the voice of a common man, he had his own specific way of writing and would give hidden messages through his columns. He wrote 5 books. In 1994, he received Pride of Performance which is a civil award given by the Government of Pakistan to Pakistani citizens in recognition of distinguished merit in the fields of literature, arts, sports, medicine, or science for civilians.

He received his early education in his native village with religious atmosphere at home. His father taught him Persian. For further studies he went to Lahore to Islamia College is a group of three colleges in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan affiliated with the University of Punjab and Punjab University Oriental College . While still a student at Islamia College, Lahore, he worked two jobs, one for weekly Chattan as sub editor with then famous Agha Shorish Kashmiri . He also wrote columns for then famous newspaper Kohistan. In between jobs, he worked in different departments of the government, but never left the pen alone.

He moved to Islamabad in 1977. He worked there for Daily Jang, Nawa-i-Waqt, and Daily Pakistan as magazine editor, chief reporter, journalist, and editor. Time to time. He received best reporter award from All Pakistan Newspapers Society. While he was working in between these newspapers.

He wrote 5 books Agencion ki Hakumat, Sazishon ka daur, Pir pagara ki kahani Kuch unki Kuch meri zabaani, Sindhri Sey Ojheri Camp Tak, General Zia ke giyarah sal.

In 1994 he started working as DG a BPS-22 grade officer, the highest civil servant for Associated Press of Pakistan a government-operated national news agency of Pakistan. While serving for APP, he hosted a news show Muqabil Hai Aaina daily on PTV.

He died at 48 in London on 13 October 1997. He is buried in his home town next to his parents.

Azhar Suhail

History Memoir

3/5 (2 ratings)
Born
June 01 1949
Died
1212 10 19971997
Azhar Suhail was a Pakistani journalist, editor, media personality, and a bureaucrat born in Narang, Sheikhupura. He was the voice of a common man, he had his own specific way of writing and would give hidden messages through his columns. He wrote 5 books. In 1994, he received Pride of Performance which is a civil award given by the Government of Pakistan to Pakistani citizens in recognition of distinguished merit in the fields of literature, arts, sports, medicine, or science for civilians.

He received his early education in his native village with religious atmosphere at home. His father taught him Persian. For further studies he went to Lahore to Islamia College is a group of three colleges in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan affiliated with the University of Punjab and Punjab University Oriental College . While still a student at Islamia College, Lahore, he worked two jobs, one for weekly Chattan as sub editor with then famous Agha Shorish Kashmiri . He also wrote columns for then famous newspaper Kohistan. In between jobs, he worked in different departments of the government, but never left the pen alone.

He moved to Islamabad in 1977. He worked there for Daily Jang, Nawa-i-Waqt, and Daily Pakistan as magazine editor, chief reporter, journalist, and editor. Time to time. He received best reporter award from All Pakistan Newspapers Society. While he was working in between these newspapers.

He wrote 5 books Agencion ki Hakumat, Sazishon ka daur, Pir pagara ki kahani Kuch unki Kuch meri zabaani, Sindhri Sey Ojheri Camp Tak, General Zia ke giyarah sal.

In 1994 he started working as DG a BPS-22 grade officer, the highest civil servant for Associated Press of Pakistan a government-operated national news agency of Pakistan. While serving for APP, he hosted a news show Muqabil Hai Aaina daily on PTV.

He died at 48 in London on 13 October 1997. He is buried in his home town next to his parents.

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