Mohammad Akram Khan
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Mohammad Akram Khan was born in 1868 to a Bengal Muslim family in Hakimpur, 24 Parganas district of Bengal Presidency British India(in present-day West Bengal)
Early in his career, he worked at newspapers Ahl-i-Hadith and Mohammadi Akhbar. Between 1908 and 1921, he worked as the editor of the Mohammadi and the Al-Islam. He published the Zamana and the Sebak between 1920 and 1922. Sebak was banned and Akram Khan was arrested on the basis that his anti-government editorials supported the Non-cooperation Movement and the Swadeshi movement.
From October 1936, Akram Khan began publishing the newspaper The Azad, which generated support for the Muslim League in Bengal
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