JournalismPakistan.com October 01, 2012
DUBAI: Mohammad Abdul Qadoos, a prominent Dubai-based Pakistani journalist passed away Sunday morning. He was 64.
According to Gulf News, Qadoos started his career as a reporter in an English newspaper in Dubai and then served as chief reporter and deputy bureau chief. He retired from his job last year but his passion for writing continued as a freelance journalist.
He was suffering from heart ailment for the past many years and had a heart attack on Sunday night, the paper said.
He is survived by his wife, a son and a daughter. Qadoos’ funeral took place at Al Qouz graveyard and was attended by many members of the Pakistani community.
Qadoos was also the chairman of the Pakistan Journalist Forum (PJF) in the UAE and was a popular journalist especially among the Pakistani community. He was a versatile writer who wrote on a variety of topics related to social, cultural, civic, political and business fields.
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