December 30, 2015
PESHAWAR - Amjad Aziz Malik, a prominent sports journalist and Resident Editor of Daily Express in Peshawar will run for the position of General Secretary of Asian Sports Writers Association.
The election will be held in February 2016 in Doha, Qatar. AIPS Asia is the only sports body of 42 Asian members countries. It is the first time in the history of AIPS that a Pakistani journalist will be contesting for a key seat.
Amjad Aziz Malik started his career with cricket magazine Akhbar Wattan in 1982 and later joined local daily Jiddat as sports editor in 1985. He worked as sports reporter for Jang Peshawar from 1986 to 2002 before switching to Geo in 2002. He joined Daily Express Peshawar as its Resident Editor in 2013 and still retains that position.
He is first sports journalist from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa to have written eight books on sports.
Amjad became President of Pakistan Sports Writers Federation in 2009. he is the current general secretary of PSWF. In 2012 he was elected Vice President of Asian Sports Journalists Association and got unique honour by getting elected member of Executive Committee of AIPS in the general body meeting held at Russia ( Sochi) in 2013 and became the first Pakistani to be elected to the executive board of AIPS by securing 68 countries votes.
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