International Urdu Conference from Dec 8

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KARACHI, Pakistan: A 4-day 8th International Urdu Conference would be held in the metropolis from December 8.

This was announced by the secretary of the Arts Council of Pakistan, Karachi, Muhammad Ahmed Shah, on Saturday.

He said that the Arts Council of Pakistan, Karachi, has been holding this event since 2008.

Scholars from the United States, Britain, Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Bangladesh, India and Iran would attend the moot.

Papers would be also be read at the conference on Urdu language and literature.

President of Arts Council of Pakistan Karachi, Prof. Ejaz Ahmed Farooqui, Vice-president Prof. Sehr Ansari, chairperson of the literary committee, Haseena Moeen, were also present at a briefing.

Source: APP

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