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Syed Khalid Yazdani, know as Khalid Yazdani in literary circles, a Pakistani poet, writer and journalist who expresses himself in Urdu, Punjabi and English languages. He comes from a well-known literary family of Pakistan. His father Yazdani Jalandhari was a respected Urdu poet, writer and journalist. His brothers, Hamid Yazdani, Sajid Yazdani, Rashid Yazdani and Majid Yazdani, are all associated with journalism in one way or another. His books include collections of Urdu poetry: o~"Dil Torn-e-Ka Mousam" (Urdu Poetry)- 2006. o~"Khaleej Atish Fishan Ke Dahane Par" o~"Khashmir Azadi Ki Dehleez Per" o~" Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto Se Benazeer Bhutto Tak" o~"Muntahib Shagufta Tehrirain" o~"Legend of Jurnalism" o~"Chehra Numa" -(interviews). A number of collections of his short stories, interviews and articles are in the process of editing.

     Khalid'spoetry, articles and interviews have been Published in almost all prominent Urdu literary Magazines like; Funoon, Mehfil, Biswin Sadi, Afkaar, Adab e Lateef, Adabiyaat, Mah-e-Nau, Bayaaz and in newspapers like DailyJang, DailyPakistan, DailyKhabrain, DailySahafat, DailyDin and DailyNawa-i-Waqt. He has Ultimately settled at DailyNawa-i-Waqt as a Incharg Overseas Edition.

The diverse themes of his poetry range from romance to politics and from social issues to spirituality.



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