January 28, 2020
ISLAMABAD—Veteran journalist Khalique Zuberi, assistant editor of The News, passed away on Monday. He was 80.
A large number of his friends, colleagues, and relatives attended his namaz-i-janaza at the National Press Club. He was later buried at the H-11 Graveyard.
Zuberi, a big name in economic and financial reporting, was the editor of Pakistan and Gulf Economist for a decade, The News reported.
He started his career with PPI in the mid-60s as an economic reporter and then moved to Pakistan and Gulf Economist in the 70s.
In 1994, Zuberi moved to Islamabad from Karachi and joined the Financial Post before moving to The News in 1997.
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