|Chief Editor||Rehan Rizvi|
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Amali Science is a monthly science magazine published in Urdu in Karachi, Pakistan. The magazine was first published in January 1970 by Muhammad Bughra Uighur (1945-2010) as the first privately published journal in Pakistan.
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