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Imroze, an Urdu language newspaper founded by Mian Iftikharuddin, started publishing in 1948 from Lahore. After the military coup in 1958 it was taken over by the military government. It was shut down in early 1991.
The declaration of monthly Afkar, Karachi, edited by Sehba Luckhnawi, was cancelled in June 1965, under the Press and Publications Ordinance 1965 on the pretext that the magazine failed to appear consecutively for three months.