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Musadiq Sanwal’s poetic verses and music CD launched

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KARACHI: Despite the distracting ear-splitting sounds coming from outside of the Karachi Press Club, friends and admirers of journalist, poet and musician Musadiq Sanwal gathered and shared their memories of the late Sanwal at the launch of his poetic verses Yeh Natamaam Si Ik Zindagi Jo Guzri Hai and a music CD at the club […]

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A bard of a friend

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By: Tahir Mehdi Musadiq Sanwal did not want to make it big as he cherished the liberty he got in his smallness The day Musadiq Sanwal passed away I received many calls from common friends. I made some myself too. We wanted to condole with each other but most of us were out of words. […]

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Musadiq Sanwal laid to rest in Multan

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MULTAN: Funeral prayers of Musadiq Sanwal, the editor of Dawn.com, were offered here on Saturday. A large number of family members and friends attended the prayers at a private school near a stadium on the Vehari road. Mr Sanwal was laid to rest in the Bibi Paak Daman Graveyard. Recalling the memories of the days […]

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Music when soft voices die

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I don’t claim I was Musadiq Sanwal’s friend. I made his acquaintance a few years ago. I had heard colleagues at the Dawn office rave about how hard he had worked to set up Dawn.com. He, at the time, had been editor of the website for more than a year. I don’t even remember when […]

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Editor Dawn.com Musadiq Sanwal passes away

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KARACHI: Musadiq Sanwal, the editor of Dawn.com, passed away on Friday after battling with lung cancer for more than a year. Born in 1962, Sanwal will be remembered for his dedication to journalism, his closeness to his colleagues and love for the arts, most importantly music which he learnt in his younger years and performed […]

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