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ISLAMABAD -- The monthly magazine "Kitab" for NovemberDecember 2014 consisting of 48 pages, has been published by the National Book Foundation.
Shameem Zaidi, MazharurIslam Former DG National BOOK foundation, Khalid Javed Former Director executive Lok Virsa, Yaseera Iqbal, Atar Rasool, Hameed Qasier, Zohaibya Sultana gave the interviews for the post.
The National Book Foundation, which presents the awards, announced Monday that Hiaasen was nominated for "Skink-No Surrender'' and Anderson for "The Impossible Knife of Memory.
2 -- Sara Ehsan, a 25-year-old employee of Riphah International University (RIU), has secured first position at the annual book writing competition organised by the National Book Foundation (NBF).
To mark the 60th anniversary of the National Book Awards, the National Book Foundation decided to pit selected past winners of the Award in fiction against one another in a bare-knuckles, no-holds-barred contest.
PAKISTAN'S National Book Foundation ( NBF), a government organisation under the country's education ministry, has pulled out of the 19th New Delhi World Book Fair that begins on Saturday.
But he brought the issue to the forefront during his 2003 acceptance speech for a National Book Foundation medal.
The author Maxine Hong Kingston has been awarded the 2008 Medal for Distinguished Contribution to American Letters by the presenter of the National Book Awards, the National Book Foundation.