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Patients with chronic illness are now able to access treatment from home
While in life he had everyone is splits, in death he left the legion of his fan sad and dejected
Perhaps he did not want anyone else to write how he exited the world. So he penned it himself even as he was fit as a fiddle. And the 'Apni Yaad Mein' piece remains a masterpiece of self-obituaries.
Lockdown provides more opportunities to show concern not just to one's kin and kith but utter strangers
Senior advocate Ghulam Yazdani has decided to change the way he ages rather than allowing age to change him
Using simple language, Rahim Saib Mian, Nazeer Dehqani, Ali Saib Mian and Aijaz Hussain tugged at the heart-strings of Urdu poetry lovers with their rustic poems
Dr Taqi Abedi’s love for Urdu literature knows no bounds and can be seen in the 62 books he has written so far
Despite being a science student, her mastery over Urdu language and literature makes her critiques that much more authoritative, knowledgeable and enjoyable
Nadir Khan Sargiroh’s stories about trivial things like raasta, chuha-billi and joote are full of proverbs, puns and punchlines
Considered the Charlie Chaplin of Urdu humour, Altaf Husain Shadab uses his rich repertoire of humorous tools to dabble in shayeri, ghazal, geet and parody
Dr Syed Fazil Hussain Parvez’s subjective, honest and empathetic editorials have been tugging at the heartstrings of readers for two decades
A number of writers have parodied the works of famous writers from Mirza Ghalib to Ghulam Ali by twisting the words a bit and evoking peals of laughter from readers
Abbas Muttaqui’s humour and satire, besides appropriate use of proverbs and metaphors won many hearts and laurels
A magazine that is meant for humour and satire lovers from the historical city of Hyderabad.
JIH has already launched Dharmik Jan Morchas in Rajasthan, Karnataka and Gujarat and is in the process of extending them in other states.
Litterateurs in the city complete 1,000 lectures on one of the greatest Urdu poets, and author of Saare Jahan se Achcha, Allama Iqbal, in a span of two decades
Hyderabad authors have broken gender-based myths, prejudices and stereotypes and proved they can get as witty as their male counterparts when they pen down their thoughts
Mujtaba Hussain’s pun-filled one-liners, snappy wisecracks and funny style of writing have become his identity and won him the coveted Padma Shri
Abid Moiz is known in both medical and literary circles for wielding stethoscope and pen with equal ease
Spearheaded by Ghulam Yazdani and Anand Raj Verma, 'Hyderabad Deccan - Yaaden-Baaten' relives the city's rich and varied past