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Daily Express (Urdu newspaper)

Daily Express (Urdu newspaper)
Daily Express
روزنامہ ایکسپریس
Type Daily newspaper
Format Broadsheet
Owner Lakson Group
Publisher Century Publications
Editor Abbas Ather
Founded 1998
Language Urdu
Headquarters Karachi, Pakistan Pakistan
Sister newspapers Daily Insaf Times
Official website www.express.com.pk

The Daily Express (Urdu: روزنامہ ایکسپریس ), founded on 3 September, 1998, is one of Pakistan’s most widely circulated Urdu language newspapers,[citation needed] published by Century Publications, a Lakson Group subsidiary. It is published simultaneously from Islamabad, Karachi, Lahore, Peshawar, Quetta, Multan, Faisalabad, Gujranwala, Sargodha, Rawalpindi, Rahim Yar Khan and Sukkar. It claims to have a 24% circulation share.[citation needed]

Contents

Daily Express E-paper

Daily express introduced an e-paper version of the newspaper on its website which provides the complete printed newspaper for online reading. This version is especially popular among Pakistanis living outside Pakistan.[citation needed]

Columnists

  • Shahbaz Ashraf
  • Abdul Qadir Hassan, Ghair Siyasi Batein
  • Abdullah Tariq Sohail, Waghera Waghera
  • Dr Matloob Hussain Dil-e-Aaina Saaz
  • Aamir Hashim Khakwani, Zangaar
  • Ammar Chaudhry, KAL AUR AAJ
  • Amjad Islam Amjad, Chasham Tamasha
  • Asadullah Ghalib, Andaz-e-Jahan
  • Hameed Akhtar, Pursish-e-Ahwal
  • Hassan Zaheer, Barai Raast
  • Ijaz Hafeez Khan, Dareeda Dil
  • khurram raza, Shokhian
  • Javed Chaudhry, Zero Point
  • Lateef Chaudhry, Simt Numa
  • Muqtida Mansoor, Sada-e-Jaras
  • Dr. Tauseef Ahmad Khan
  • Zaheer Akhtar Bedri, Gar Ijazat Ho
  • Anwar Ahsan Siddiqui, Hikayat-e-Khochakan
  • Abbas Athar, Kankariyan
  • Orya Maqbool Jan, Hurf-e-Raaz
  • Raees Fatima, Darichay
  • Saadullah Jan Barak, Zair-e-Lab
  • Tahir Sarwar Mir, Footpath
  • Talat Hussain, Barah-e-Rast
  • Zahida Hina, Naram Garam
  • Touseef Hafeez Qureshi, Hitz
  • qazi nawaz, haqeeqat

Magazine Section

  • Ahfaz-ur-Rahman ( Group Magazine Editor )
  • Mirza Zafar Baig
  • Syed Asim Mahmood
  • Usman Jamaie ( Magazine Incharge )
  • Amir Hashim Khakwani
  • Ahmed Lateef
  • Ghulam Mohy Uddin
  • Humaira Athar
  • Shafee Mosa Mansoori
  • Nadeem Subhan
  • Iqbal Khursheed
  • Arif Aziz
  • Ubaidullah Abid
  • Mehmood Ul Hasan
  • M Akhter
  • Rana Muhammad Asif

See also

  • Express News, News Channel started by Daily Express
  • Daily Insaf Times, daily evening newspaper

References

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