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Ashfaq Ahmed
Pakistani writer
Born: August 22, 1925, Sri Muktsar Sahib, India
Died: September 7, 2004, Lahore, Pakistan
Books: Uchay Burj Lahore De, Foreign Direct Investment and APEC Economic Integration
Spouse: Bano Qudsia (m. ?–2004)
Movies: Rajneeti
Parents: Muhammad Khan
Awards: Pride of Performance, Hilal-i-Imtiaz

Bano Qudsia
Pakistani novelist
Born: November 28, 1928, Firozpur, India
Died: February 4, 2017, Ittefaq Hospital (Trust), Lahore, Pakistan
Spouse: Ashfaq Ahmed (m. ?–2004)
Children: Aneeq Ahmed Khan, Aseer Ahmad Khan, Anees Ahmed Khan
Siblings: Pervaiz Chattah
Parents: Chaudhary Badrul Zaman Chattha

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Ashfaq Ahmed was a Pakistani writer, playwright and broadcaster from Pakistan. His works in Urdu included novels, short stories and plays for television and radio of Pakistan.

He received the President’s Pride of Performance and Sitara-i-Imtiaz (Star of Excellence) awards for his everlasting services in the field of broadcasting and literary heritage of Pakistan.

Bano Qudsia also known as Bano Aapa, was a Pakistani novelist, playwright and spiritualist. She wrote literature in Urdu, producing novels, dramas plays and short stories.

Qudsia is best recognized for her novel Raja Gidh. Qudsia also wrote for television and stage in both Urdu and Punjabi languages. Her play Aadhi Baat has been called “a classic play”. Bano Qudsia died in Lahore on 4 February 2017.

Ahmed was born on 22 August 1925 in Muktsar, Punjab, British India, in an ethnic Pashtun family of the Mohmand tribe. His early education was in Muktsar.

Shortly before the partition of India in 1947, he migrated to Pakistan and settled in Lahore, Punjab. He completed a Master of Arts degree in Urdu literature from Government College Lahore.

Bano Qudsia, his wife and companion in Urdu literary circles, was his classmate at the Government College.

Ahmed travelled widely and could speak Punjabi, Urdu, English, Italian and French.

Bano Qudsia was born on 28 November 1928 in Firozpur, British India, as Qudsia Chattha in a Muslim Jat family. Her father was a Bachelor of Agriculture and her brother Pervaiz Chattha was a painter.

She migrated to Lahore with her family after the partition of India and had begun writing short stories while studying in class 5.

She graduated from the Kinnaird College in Lahore and then joined the Government College University (Lahore) (GCU) to earn her master’s degree in Urdu literature which she completed in 1951.

Qudsia married writer Ashfaq Ahmed whom she had met at the Government College University (Lahore). They had three sons Aneeque, Anees and Aseer. The couple had been considered inseparable in their social lives.

Bano Qudsia died on 4 February 2017 at the Ittefaq Hospital in Lahore at the age of 88. Her son Aseer Ahmed informed that she died around the time for Maghrib prayers (after sunset).

She was buried at Lahore on 5 February and prayer services were held at Model Town, Lahore.