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Aleem Ahmed
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  • Karachi
  • Pakistan
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Science Journalism in Local Languages
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Dr.Arvind Mishra May 20, 2007.


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What do you do?
Monthly Global Science
Fields of interest
science, agriculture, health, water, energy, climate change, biodiversity, sustainable development, poverty reduction, biotechnology, engineering, policy
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Urdu (mother language), English (second language)
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Hi, this is Aleem Ahmed from Pakistan - chief editor/ publisher of monthly Global Science, an Urdu-language, popular science magazine from Karachi, Pakistan. Currently, at the age of about 36 years, my experience as a science journalist is 20 years. Besides, I am also an "outspoken advocate of the public communication of science" in Pakistan.

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At 18:27 on August 24, 2011, Saadia Ishtiaq Nauman said…

AOA,I  am in need of some information regarding science journalism ,how can i contact you?

At 15:44 on August 28, 2007, Ehsan Masood said…
Aleem, good to be in contact with you again. Hope you are well. Ehsan
At 15:16 on May 17, 2007, Aleem Ahmed said…
As a science journalist from the developing world, what I'd like to say here - as I have been saying for a long time as well - developed world needs to understand the ground realities of science journalism in the developed countries. Otherwise, no matter how much sincere efforts you do, you are heading towards nowhere. Shall post some other comments after sending the upcoming issue of Global Science to the press.


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