Turyal Azam Khan
|Turyal Azam Khan|
|Born||Turyal Azam Khan|
December 25, 1996
Kamra, Attock District, Punjab, Pakistan
|🏫 Education||Beaconhouse National University|
Writer, Blogger and Journalist
|Notable credit(s)||Contributing Writer for Asia Times, The Diplomat, Daily Times, The Nation, Dunya Blogs, EACPE, Naya Daur, Surkhiyan and The Times of Israel.|
Turyal Azam Khan (born December 25, 1996) is a Pakistani writer, blogger and journalist.  He has contributed to many publications and websites in Pakistan as well as internationally which include Asia Times, The Diplomat, Daily Times, The Nation, Dunya Blogs, EACPE, Naya Daur, Surkhiyan and The Times of Israel.
Early Life and Education
Khan was born in Kamra, Attock District, Punjab, Pakistan. He is currently doing B.A in Media Studies with majors in Social Sciences from the Beaconhouse National University in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. 
Khan began his career in 2011 and first wrote for the now defunct website ‘’’TV Explore’’’. He went on hiatus shortly after. Khan resumed in 2017 and started first by writing for Dunya Blogs and then moving on to other publications. He writes on current affairs, social issues, political issues, lifestyle and culture. . He gained recognition by writing on the Pakistani pop rock band Strings 30 year anniversary for Daily Times, writing about the Pakistani films Cake and Motorcycle Girl  and many articles on the Pakistani music industry.
- Asia Times
- The Diplomat
- Pakistani music journalism
- Music of Pakistan
- List of Pakistani journalists
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