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Sajid Rashid

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Sajid Rashid

Sajid Rashid is a noted writer and journalist and editor of the quarterly Urdu magazine Nayaa Waraq. A liberal Muslim intellectual and activist, he writes columns for the Mumbai-based Hindi evening newspaper Mahanagar and also for the Pakistani publication Akhbaar-e Jahaan. He grew up in Mumbai, which is the locale of his stories in the collection Ek Chhotaa sa Jahannum (A Small Hell), one of which is about his schoolmate Dawood Ibrahim, the don of the underworld. His Hindi novel Sooney ke Daant (Gold Teeth), for which he received an award from the Prime Minister of India, is based on the life of a prominent beef trader.

Articles by Sajid Rashid

Fable of a Severed Head
By Sajid Rashid
5:40— verar local expressShifting his heavy, red canvas bag from his left shoulder to his right, he looked up at the Churchgate Station monitor and scurried toward Platform 3. People were practically…
Translated from Urdu by Muhammad Umar Memon
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