CSS :: Literary urdu magazines

1.  Urdu's first Literary and scholarly magazine was:
A. Urdu-i-Moalla B. Khairkhwah-i-Hind
C. Kehkashan D. None of these

2.  Literary maazines used to publish special issues on literary topics. These issues were called:
A. Special issue B. Number
C. Special Edition D. None of these

3.  Az-Zubair; a quarterly by Bahawalpur's Urdu Academy launched in:
A. 1961 B. 1967
C. 1954 D. None of these

4.  Khairkhwah-i-Hind, launched in 1847 by:
A. Sir Syed Ahmed Khan B. Abdul Haleem Sharar
C. Master Ram Chandr D. None of these

5.  Khairkhwah-i-Hind, was renamed as:
A. Muhibb-i-Hind B. Dar-ul-musannifeen's Muaarif
C. Afkar D. None of these

6.  Az-Zubair's first editor was:
A. Masood Hassan B. Rasheed Ahmed Siddiqi
C. Allama Shabbir Bukhari D. None of these

7.  Az-Zubair's special issue on libraries, surveyed important libraries of the Indo-Pak subcontinent, including larger personal collections published in:
A. 1967 B. 1968
C. 1969 D. None of these

8.  After independence, a great many literary Urdu journals began their journey while the old ones continued theirs. Among the new ones that made ripples were:
A. Urdu Nama and Az-Zubair B. Nuqoosh and Funoon
C. Both (a) and (b) D. None of these

9.  "Literary magazine "Mukalma" lunched by:
A. Mubeen Mirza B. Mumtaz Shirin
C. Seemab Akberabadi D. None of these

10.  Naseem Durrani's Literary magazine was:
A. Naya Daur B. Seep
C. Suhail D. None of these

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