Pakistani columnist Farman Nawaz 1)http://www.dnaindia.com/entertainment/report-kapoor-and-sons-why-fawad-khan-s-role-is-a-big-leap-forward-for-india-s-lgbt-movement-21944462)http://www.memri.org/report/en/print3767.htm3)http://www.associationdiplomats.org/publications/ifaj/Vol6/6.3/6.3%20DEBATE.pdf4)http://www.outlookafghanistan.net/topics.php?post_id=10588, who previously ran an Urdu Weekly Jirga Bannu5)http://newspaperhunt.com/papers/Pakistan/jirga-bannu.php6)https://www.rozee.pk/company/jirga-bannu/about, is the editor of The Bannu Times. Nawaz also runs an online KAS Research Journal. Nawaz has written English articles for Global Times China 7)http://www.globaltimes.cn/content/968584.shtml8)http://www.globaltimes.cn/content/800224.shtml, Daily Outlook Afghanistan 9)https://farmannawaz.wordpress.com/category/daily-outlook-afghanistan/and several leading English newspapers of Pakistan 10)https://www.dawn.com/news/590598/for-better-trade-ties-by-farman-nawaz11)http://dailytimes.com.pk/opinion/25-Sep-15/the-future-of-pakistani-journalists12)http://www.express.pk/author/1408/farman-nawaz/. He had also worked as a blogger for Express News TV Network website13)https://www.express.pk/author/1408/farman-nawaz/.
Nawaz articles as references
- Report ‘Debating the Pakistani National Interest over the Kerry-Lugar Bill’of Middle East Media Research Institute took references from Nawaz article ‘First violation of Kerry Lugar Bill’ published in The Frontier Post.
- Quarterly publication, Indian Foreign Affairs Journal, of Association of Indian Diplomats in its vol. 6 (2011) gave special importance to Nawaz article ‘For Better Trade Ties’ published in Daily Dawn.
- The think tank South Asian Analysis Group highlighted Nawaz work about religious liberalism in its report ‘Identity Crisis and Political realities of Indian Muslims’.
- Research thesis titled ‘I AM (NOT) MALALA–ANTAGONISTIC PERCEPTIONS OF A NOBEL PRIZE LAUREATE’ of Department of Foreign Languages (National Intelligence Academy, Bucharest, Romania) took references from Nawaz article Noble Prize Winner’s Fate in Pakistan’ published in Daily Outlook Afghanistan. 
- Nirmalya Dutta of Daily News and Analysis of India (DNA India) in his news story pointed to Nawaz article published in Daily Times. 
- Salman Tarik Kureshi in his Daily Times article wrote a complete paragraph about Nawaz article published in the same newspaper. 
- Research article Promoting and Propagating Secularism through Gorakh Sutras published in International Journal of Exclusive Management Research took reference from Nawaz article “Why Indian Muslim Ullema are not popular in Pakistan?. 7
Education: Farman Nawaz has done masters in Journalism and Mass Communication in 2000 from University of Peshawar – Pakistan. He did his B.A. in political science and history from Islamia College Peshawar.
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 Dutta, N. (2016, March 26). Kapoor and Sons: Why Fawad Khan’s role is a big leap forward for India’s LGBT movement | Latest News & Updates at Daily News & Analysis. Retrieved October 06, 2017, from http://www.dnaindia.com/entertainment/report-kapoor-and-sons-why-fawad-khan-s-role-is-a-big-leap-forward-for-india-s-lgbt-movement-2194446
 Kureshi , S. T. (2016, June 30). Narrative Matters . Retrieved October 06, 2017, from http://www.dailytimes.com.pk/opinion/30-Jan-2016/narrative-matters
- Ahuja, M., & AHUJA, A. (2017). Promoting and Propagating Secularism through Gorakh Sutras. International Journal of Exclusive Management Research, 7(10), 5.