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Publishing company executive

Humayun Altaf Gauhar, Pakistani publishing company executive. Information secretary Tehrik-I-Istiqlal Party, Sindh, 1978-1982; chairman South-Save the Children Fund, London, since 1986; trustee One World Broadcasting Trust. Member Sindh Club, Royal Automotive and Institute Directors Club.

Background

Gauhar, Humayun Altaf was born on April 13, 1949 in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan. Arrived in England, 1980.

Education

Bachelor in Economics, University Punjab, Rawalpindi, Pakistan, 1969. Master of Arts in Social and Political Science, University Cambridge, England, 1972.

Career

Market research trainee Nasiruddeen & Associates, Karachi, 1973-1974. Chairman Micas Associates Ltd., 1974-1979, Micas Food Industries Ltd., Karachi, 1974-1979. Managing director Third World Foundation for Social and Economic Studies, London, since 1980, Third World Media Ltd., London, since 1980.

President, public South Publications Ltd., since 1980. Vice chairman South-North Business Forum, London, since 1985. Co-chairman Third World Advertising and Marketing Congress, since 1985.

President, public Cricket Life International.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Co-editor: (with Bruno Kreisky) Decolonisation and After: The Future of the Third World, 1987.

Membership

Information secretary Tehrik-I-Istiqlal Party, Sindh, 1978-1982. Chairman South-Save the Children Fund, London, since 1986. Trustee One World Broadcasting Trust.

Member Sindh Club, Royal Automotive and Institute Directors Club.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Cricket.

Connections

Son of Altaf Hussain and Bilquis Azmat (Razzaq) g. Married Manizeh Khan, August 29, 1975. Children: Saniyya, Mashaal, Fazila, Ali.

father:
Altaf Hussain Gauhar

mother:
Bilquis Azmat (Razzaq) Gauhar

spouse:
Manizeh Khan

child:
Saniyya Gauhar

child:
Mashaal Gauhar

child:
Fazila Gauhar

child:
Ali Gauhar