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IMRAN ALI AT A GLANCE
Imran Ali, born and brought up in Lucknow, is a freelancer(Self Employed professional) who came to blogging after repeated
requests by his permanent readers. At an age of 12, because of his absent mindedness at School, he left conventional
schooling system when his father, Suleiman Ali (Restauranteur) was fed up of his mischievousness. And he, being a hiper-active and problematic child was happy with his decision and took an oath to follow a daily routine that composed of his Studies and boxing practice. Later he won district level championship, the career which was cut-short by an accident.
At the time of recovery he invested his time in studying the literary masters like Guy Maupassant, Mark Twain, Leo Tolstoy,
Franz kafka, Fyodor Dostoyevsky, Miguel De Cervantes, and the fables of Mullah Nauru-din. That give him a fair idea of literature.
And his hunger increased with the time. He was obsessed with the literature of all the philosophers including Averroes(Ibne-Rushd), Dante, Karl Marx, Neitzche, Sigmund Freud, Dr. Mohammed Iqbal, Leopold Weiss etc. He paid special care to the
Political, philosophical and religious studies to study the nature of human in a better way.
He has a mastery over Urdu, Hindi, and English. Now he is taking interest in functional Arabic and Hebrew.
Imran Ali’s first article ''New World Order Vs Just World Order,'' won International critical praise, and was published by
The Companion and Radiance, including a recent concise version in Lucknow Observer.
He has participated in several debates, dialogues and symposiums of different national and international topics.
He is also a social activist, who likes writing on the misconceptions of Women issues which are unnecessarily triggered in our
Imran Ali is very open-minded and charismatic writer, who could at first seem offending but, on closer inspection of his
works emerges as a revolutionary. The reason why his readers like his works. And the best thing about him is, he knows how to
perfectly defend himself in the critical views of his works. That is to say, he loves the intellectual battle in
(The Web World/Editor)