Joined 2 years ago from Lahore, Pakistan
Lahore (Pakistan) based writer/blogger with proven capability to write on issues of economic nature. He has 30 years of experience in print and electronic media to his credit. He holds master's degree in International Relations from Quaid-e-Azam University, Islamabad (Pakistan). He has won Pakistan's prestigious journalism award, Agahi Award in December 2016 in food security category. Attended World Bank, Asian Development Bank and Reuters Foundation Training Workshops in Economic Journalism. He recently participated in Asia Short Course on AgriBiotechnology and Communication in Malaysian Capital, Kuala Lumpur.
2 years ago
This article is about the phenomenon that has lately turned serene atmosphere in Pakistan's central parts especially the city of Lahore into the toxic smog, affecting both environment and health. Smog has become an annual feature in this part of the world.
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