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Ashfaq Rehmani ( PASRURI ) is prolific writer, has produced a booklet on blindness of talented children regarding “Dyslexia in Children “early grooming of children now available in the market. As analyst Current Affairs on various TV channels he has won the appreciation of both the literary circles and the lay men. Worked as Columnist in the well-known English daily “The Pakistan Times.” No doubt Rehmani has developed his identity as a litrateur. Ashfaq Rehmani posseses the mental faculties to mould his talent into diverse disciplines. Anyhow, presently he is Incharge editorial page of a national daily “Aftab” having wide circulation. Besides, he contributes regular columns to the known English daily”The Post”. As a very well-known Anchor person of private TV channels he is linked to the world of mass communication. However, at the same time pursued his academic studies and fetched degree in BB.A (Hons) in 1995 and in the year 2002 secured Homeo Doctor degree getting high marks (winning third position in Punjab. Secured M.B.A (Marketing) degree in the year 2006 from Standard College. Possessing such bright academic qualifications Ashfaq Rehmani is successfully practicing Homeopathy as a Child Specialist and expert Dermatologist. Received Best Journalist award in 2006. His book entitled “Gharib Ibne gharib ibne gharib, Poor son of poor son of poor” a collection of Newspaper columns “soach kay par” a book on Nepal Journey called “Nepal Ki Taraf”and a poetry book “zara Ankhon tak” are under final stage of publication. Born in the famous tehsil town of Sialkot district “Pasrur” Pursued his intellectual activities as Literary Editor, Deputy Editor in various local and national newspapers namely daily Pakistan Lahore, daily Asas Lahore, Daily Jang Lahore, Sadai Pasrur, Sadai Aam, Takhliyia, Fakhar-e-Pasrur Besides working as Asstt., Editor Ham Qadam magazine published by P.R S.P.,Sialkot region
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