Life History: Mukhtar Masood, is an outstanding Pakistani writer and bureaucrat. He has been awarded Sitara-i-Imtiaz,one of the highest civil awards by the Government of Pakistan.
He was among the very few graduates of Sir Syed’s Muslim University Aligarh who completed the studies from class one to M.A. at the same place.
He succeeded in the civil service competitive exam held in January 1949. After getting into the Superior Services, he gradually rose to become a commissioner, federal secretary, chairman of the Pakistan Industrial Development Corporation (PIDC) and Agricultural Development Bank of Pakistan (ADBP) and Secretary General of the Regional Cooperation for Development (RCD).
He has written following books:-
Awaz-e-Dost (1973) A first-hand account of the creation of Pakistan.
Safar-e-Naseeb (1981) A travelogue.
Loh-e-Ayyam (1996) A first-hand account of the Iranian Revolution of 1979.
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Taraqi Aur Shujaat (Progress and Bravery)
Kursi Kay Hasool Kay Asool
Faasla (Distance) Zehn Mein Hota Hai
Different Styles of Hakkomat (Governance)
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