Mr. Zafar Agha will continue as Editor-in-Chief of . He has been associated with the AJL Group for many years and has nearly three decades of experience in print and electronic media. He began his career in 1980 at Link, India’s first news magazine.
His TV program Guftagu on ETV (Urdu) was very popular and among the most watched programs in Urdu. He has been associated with India Today magazine and other media. Even while focusing his energies on Qaumi Awaz, Mr. Agha will continue to advise the group on its future editorial projects.
Limited Associated Journals
Founded in 1937 by Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, The Associated Journals Limited is the publisher of the National Herald (English), Qaumi Awaz (Urdu) and Navjivan (Hindi) newspapers across seven editions. The company launched its daily newspapers National Herald in 1938, Qaumi Awaz in 1945 and Navjivan in 1947. It now publishes National Herald on Sunday, a weekly in English, Sunday Navjivan, a weekly in Hindi, and has digital portals in English ( ) , Hindi () and Urdu (. The company currently operates from its offices in New Delhi, Mumbai and Panchkula.