Nyda Ahmad

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Locality: Pakistan
Summary: freelance writer
Current: concept writer at Freelance (Self-employed)
Education:  Iqra University Adv (2007-2010) 
 Iqra University advertising (2007-2010) 
 Matriculation Bahria University   

Industry: Writing and Editing
Experience: Freelance (Self-employed) (Self-Employed; Writing and Editing industry): concept writer,  (November 2009-Present) doing some freelance projects at the moment.

Interests: reading, writing, sketching, music from the 60's, 70's & 80's, questioning the status quo, freedom of thought and speech, conspiracy theories, books about war, philosophy, theology.
Interests: career opportunities, consulting offers, new ventures, job inquiries, expertise requests, business deals, reference requests, getting back in touch

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Nyda Ahmad - The Express Tribune Blog

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Nyda Ahmad 1 month ago Do you avoid Urdu newspapers? Do you think in English? Have you used ‘Urdu ...

27 – November – 2010 – The Express Tribune Blog

Nyda Ahmad 3 weeks ago Do you avoid Urdu newspapers? Do you think in English? Have you used ‘Urdu ...

literature – The Express Tribune Blog

Nyda Ahmad 3 weeks ago Do you avoid Urdu newspapers? Do you think in English? Have you used ‘Urdu ...

Calling all language snobs – The Express Tribune Blog

A culture that does not respect, nay deems inferior, its mother tongue, the ... Posted by Nyda Ahmad

November – 2010 – The Express Tribune Blog

Nyda Ahmad 1 month ago Do you avoid Urdu newspapers? Do you think in English? Have you used ‘Urdu ...

Life & Style – The Express Tribune Blog

Nyda Ahmad 1 month ago Do you avoid Urdu newspapers? Do you think in English? Have you used ‘Urdu ...