Urdu Journalism finds its traces in the depths of history. Many profound writers who went on to work in films had their roots in journalism. One case in point is K A Abbas who had a column called ‘Last Page’, and holds the distinction of being one of the longest-running columns in the history of Indian journalism. The column began in 1935, in Bombay Chronicle, and moved to the Blitz after the Chronicle’s closure.
Join us as we discover many such writers and journalists who wrote columns and articles for various Urdu publications imprinting their name in the history of Urdu literature
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