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Ghulam Abbas (writer)
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{{Use Pakistani English|date=January 2018}}{{Use dmy dates|date=January 2018}}{{about|the Pakistani short-story writer|other people with the name Ghulam Abbas|Ghulam Abbas (disambiguation)}}







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Urdu, Punjabi language>Punjabi| image = | image_size =| alt =| caption =| birth_name =| birth_date = 17 November 1909Profile of Ghulam Abbas (writer) on goodreads.com website Retrieved 17 January 2018Amritsar, British India (now in Punjab, India>Punjab, India)19820211|17}}| death_place = Karachi, Pakistan| nationality = Pakistani| occupation = Writer, magazine editor, translator| organization = All India Radio, during World War II| known_for = Short story author| notable_works = Jaaray ki ChandaniE-Books By: Ghulam Abbas on rekhta.org website Retrieved 17 January 2018Anandi Kan RasDhanakAl-Ḥamra ke AfsaneOvercoat Jazeera-e- SukhanwaranMohabbat Roti Hai Jala WattanSitara-e-Imtiaz in 1967{{Citation needed>date= August 2018}}}}Ghulam Abbas (}}; 17 November 1909 {{spaced ndash}} 2 November 1982) was a short story writer from Pakistan.NEWS, Peerzada Salman, Ghulam Abbas was a shy but deep person,weblink Dawn (newspaper), 29 May 2014, 17 January 2018,

Personal life

Ghulam Abbas was married twice. With his first wife Zakira he had four daughters and a son.{{Citation needed|date= August 2018}} His second wife was a Greek-Scottish-Romanian woman named Christian Vlasto (renamed Zainab) with whom he had a son and three daughters.

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External links

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