Editors of first Christian Urdu weekly named
KARACHI: The editorial and advisory boards of Agahi–a Christian weekly–have been named. The appointments were made with the approval of His Grace, the Archbishop of Karachi, Most Rev. Evarist Pinto. Agahi is going to be the first Christian Urdu weekly in Pakistan, and is the brainchild of Rev. Father Arthur Charles. Fr. Charles is a Professor of Dogmatic Theology, Director of Catechetical Centre, Charge d’ Affaires of the Rotti Press. Fr. Charles has been appointed as the Editor-in-Chief of Agahi. He has also served as the editor of The Christian Voice–an English language weekly of the Archdiocese of Karachi–and NCIT News. Currently he is the editor and publisher of Update and Bedar, both of which are publications of the centre. Agahi is to be launched on November 26, on the occasion of the Feast of Christ the King. The weekly will be an eight-page publication with two to four pages dedicated to announcements and advertisements. The Archbishop has named a young media person, Julius Nadeem Gill, as the editor. Gill has a postgraduate degree in Mass Communication, and has about eight years of experience in the print and electronic media and other aspects of communication.
Source: Daily Times