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Read about Urdu Kidz Cartoon in the Media


  • Source: 'The Hindu' daily, Hyderabad-India.
    Dated: 19-Jul-2012
    Story: A site for old stories
    By: Zeenab Aneez
    online Link: http://www.thehindu.com/life-and-style/metroplus/article3653393.ece
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    Syed Mukarram Niyaz combines his passion for Urdu and his love for comics in a website that revives the spirit of old magazines. ...It was while discussing the futility of this search to friends that the idea to create a website for Urdu comics struck Syed. Experience taught him that comics are a great way to initiate a child into the habit of reading and seeing that Urdu needed a boost he and his team, which consisted of his family and a cousin, Syed Nouman, a specialist in business marketing, put their heads together and created www.urdukidzcartoon.com – the first of its kind.
  • Source: 'The Sunday Guardian' weekly, NewDelhi-India.
    Dated: 19-Aug-2012
    Story: A site where Archie, Richie and the rest speak Urdu
    By: Shweta Sharma
    online Link: http://www.sunday-guardian.com/technologic/a-site-where-archie-richie-and-the-rest-speak-urdu
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    During a discussion on how children should be encouraged to read, rather than watch TV, Riyadh-based civil engineer Syed Mukarram Niyaz realised something — though children love to read comic books, there are none available for the Urdu-speaking population in India. It was this lacuna that prompted Niyaz to launch Urdu Kidz Cartoon, a first of its kind website for popular comics in Urdu. ...Niyaz's main objective is to inculcate a reading habit among Urdu speaking youngsters. He also wants to highlight and showcase the rich linguistic culture of Urdu, i.e. the Urdu tahzeeb.
  • Source: AnIndianMuslim.com
    Dated: 24-Feb-2012
    Story: Don't look at Government, Do it yourself: First Urdu Cartoon Website launched
    By: Indscribe (Shams Adnan Alavi)
    online Link: http://www.anindianmuslim.com/2012/02/dont-look-at-government-do-it-yourself.html
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    First a great news for Urdu lovers, as also for those who love cartoons. A website that features cartoon strips in Urdu, Urdu Cartoon Kids, has been launched. To give a sense to reader why it is so important for me is because despite nearly 150-200 million speakers in India and the fact that Urdu is an official language in Pakistan, there was hardly anything for kids in this segment on the internet. ...Just last month I had written the post 'No cartoons, comics in Urdu newspapers' on this blog and had written a post earlier also. Within a month, I am witness to the birth of this website. Now it's our job to take the site ahead, in terms of suggestions, at least.
  • Source: TwoCircles.net
    Dated: 30-Aug-2012
    Story: Urdukidzcartoon.com connecting Urdu language with a new generation of kids
    By: Mohd. Ismail Khan
    online Link: http://twocircles.net/2012aug30/urdukidzcartooncom_connecting_urdu_language_new_generation_kids.html
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    There are many endeavors going on throughout the world for the promotion of Urdu language and to save its very existence. But a Riyadh based civil engineer due to his love for the language come up with an exciting solution to work on the very foundation of the problem, i.e. attracting the younger generation towards the language. Syed Mukarram Niyaz a Hyderabadi working as a civil engineer started Urdukidzcartoon.com world’s first Urdu comic book website to promote Urdu language and fun learning of the Urdu vocabulary for the new generation of Urdu speakers. ...Mukarram said his accomplishment is not for commercial purpose, its sole aim is to promote Urdu language among the new generation and increase the Urdu vocabulary of kids in a fun learning method.
  • Source: 'Etemaad' Urdu Daily, Hyderabad-India.
    Dated: 29-July-2012
    Story: اردو کامکس کیلئے انوکھی ویب سائیٹ
    By: زینب انیس
    online Link: Etemaad : 29-July-2012
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    سید مکرم نیاز ، اردو سے اپنے تعلق اور کامکس سے ان کی محبت کے امتزاج کو ایک ویب سائٹ پر پیش کیا ہے جس سے قدیم اردو میگزینوں کی یاد تازہ ہو جاتی ہے۔ ۔۔۔ دوستوں سے گفتگو کے دوران نیاز کے ذہن میں اردو کامک کے لئے ایک ویب سائٹ تشکیل دینے کا خیال آیا۔ تجربے نے انہیں سکھایا کہ بچے میں مطالعہ کی عادت ڈالنے کے لئے کامک ایک بہترین ذریعہ ہے۔ اردو کے فروغ کے پیش نظر انہوں نے اپنی ٹیم کے ساتھ غور و خوض کے بعد اپنی نوعیت کی پہلی ویب سائٹ www.urdukidzcartoon.com تیار کی۔
  • Source: 'Gawah' Urdu Weekly, Hyderabad-India.
    Dated: 31-Aug-2012
    Story: urdukidzcartoon.com اردو کامکس کی مقبول ویب سائیٹ
    By: محمد سیف الدین
    online Link: Gawah : 31-Aug-2012
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    اردو زبان کی ترویج و اشاعت کے بارے میں بہت بلند بانگ دعوے کئے جاتے ہیں۔ لیکن جب عملی اقدامات کی بات آتی ہے تو ادبی و تفریحی پروگرامس پر مرکوز ہو کر رہ جاتی ہے، بچوں کے ادب کے بارے میں تو عملی اقدامات شاذ و نادر ہی ملیں گے۔ ریاض سعودی عرب میں مقیم حیدرآبادی نوجوان قلمکار سید مکرم نیاز نے بچوں کے ادب سے متعلق انگریزی کے صحافی شمس عدنان علوی کی تحریر سے متاثر ہو کر عصر حاضر کی نوعمر و نوجوان اردو نسل کو اردو کی جانب راغب کرنے اور ان کی تعلیم و تربیت کے لئے اپنی ویب ڈیولوپنگ کمپنی "تعمیر" کے توسط سے انٹرنیٹ پر اردو زبان میں کارٹون اور کامکس کی ویب سائٹ www.urdukidzcartoon.com کا اجراء کیا۔ ۔۔۔ حیدرآباد کے ممتاز شاعر جناب رؤف خلش کے فرزند سید مکرم نیاز کی اس پراجکٹ سے دلچسپی ، ان کی محنت ، لگن اور جستجو کا اس بات سے بخوبی اندازہ لگایا جا سکتا ہے کہ صرف چھ ماہ کے مختصر عرصہ میں کارٹون کی دنیا کے ممتاز کرداروں پر مشتمل دیڑھ سو سے زائد کہانیوں کو قارئین کے لئے پیش کیا گیا ہے۔
  • Source: 'Arab News' daily, Jeddah-Saudi Arabia.
    Dated: 28-Nov-2012
    Story: Where Tom and Jerry speak Urdu
    By: Afifa Jabeen Quraishi
    online Link: http://www.arabnews.com/speak-urdu
    ***
    A passion for the Subcontinent’s cherished Urdu language and a love of comics resulted in Urdu Kidz Cartoon, a first of its kind website featuring Urdu comics for children. Riyadh-based civil engineer Syed Mukarram Niyaz founded the website that presents famous comics, such as Archie, Phantom, Tom and Jerry, Dennis the Menace, Garfield and Bugs Bunny — all translated into Urdu...
    Niyaz said the website makes a special effort not to publish stories that promote hatred toward any culture, religion, language, caste, creed and specific religious stories that have contradictory points with respect to basic Islamic principles.















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