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Mujtaba Hussain

Online mushairas keep Hyderabad’s literary scene alive

In the last couple of months the city has seen half a dozen mushairas, literary meets and book release taking place on Zoom and Google Meet platforms

Mujtaba Hussain: Man who wrote his own obituary

While in life he had everyone is splits, in death he left the legion of his fan sad and dejected

When Urdu humourist Mujtaba Hussain wrote his own obituary

Perhaps he did not want anyone else to write how he exited the world. So he penned it himself even as he was fit as a fiddle. And the 'Apni Yaad Mein' piece remains a masterpiece of self-obituaries.

Urdu author, satirist Mujtaba Hussain passes away in Hyderabad

Mujtaba Hussain was awarded the Padma Shri in 2007, and was known for his humourous writings, columns in Urdu newspapers and books.

CAA protest: Urdu humourist Mujtaba Hussain to return Padma Shri

The CAA 2019 seeks to grant Indian citizenship to refugees from Hindu, Christian, Sikh, Buddhist and Parsi communities fleeing religious persecution from Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Bangladesh.

The Mark Twain of Urdu humour

Mujtaba Hussain’s pun-filled one-liners, snappy wisecracks and funny style of writing have become his identity and won him the coveted Padma Shri

54 years on, Mujtaba Hussain still goes on merrily

The Urdu humourous writer has been making the entire Indian sub-continent laugh

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