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Pages: 50

Year published: 2010

Chapters: Muhammad Farooq, Ashfaq Ahmed, Mehreen Jabbar, Shoaib Mansoor, Shahid Masood, Rauf Khalid, Fatima Surayya Bajia, Amjad Islam Amjad, Farrukh Khan Pitafi, Dildar Pervaiz Bhatti, Obaidullah Baig.

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...Ex Joint Executive Editor Daily Mashriq Quetta Newscaster, Compere, Analyst, Script Writer, Qari & Naat Khawan Pakistan Television ( PTV ) Newscaster, Qari & Naat Khawan Radio Pakistan( PBC ), FM101 Radio Pride of Performance Award from Pakistan Broadcasting CorporationMuhammad Farooq (Urdu/Arabic: ) is a journalist, Qari, Naat Khawan and newscaster from Pakistan. He is also known as a compere, analyst, script writer and web designer. He was the founder editor of first Pakistani evening newspaper, Daily Evening Special from Quetta. He also worked as Joint Executive Editor Daily Mashriq' Quetta. Nowadays he is working in Daily Pakistan Lahore as a News Editor. He has also been as a newscaster, Qari, Naat Khawan, compere, analyst and script writer for Pakistan Television Corporation(PTV) and Radio Pakistan. Muhammad Farooq has also participated in many national and some international Mahafil-e-Qirat and Mahafil-e-Naat. He appears regularly on PTV and Radio Pakistan. He has also hosted many Mahafil-e-Qiraat and Mahafil-e-Naat in different cities of Pakistan including Karachi, Quetta, Sialkot, Narowal, Gujranwala, and Lahore. He has been awarded numerous national awards, including the Pride of Performance Award (2000) from Pakistan Broadcasting Corporation (PBC), Pakistan Television also nominated him for PTV award. Muhammad Farooq was born in Barapind, a village of tehsil Shakargarh, district Sialkot (Now) district Narowal, Punjab, Pakistan. Four months old Muhammad Farooq at his residence in KarachiAfter 2 months he moved to Karachi with his Parents because they are already settled there. His father Karam ud Din was a Pakistani Navy officer who worked there for 32 years. M.Farooq spent his childhood in Karachi, Sindh. He has spent many years of his life in Karachi, (Sindh) Quetta (Baluchistan), Lahore and currently resides in Johar Town, Lahore, Punjab, (Pakistan). Muhammad Farooq belongs to Arain family. His grandfather Muhammad Abdullah was a notable Zamindar of the...


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