UrduPoint Logo.png
Type of site
Web portal
Available in2 languages
List of languages
Country of originPakistan
OwnerAli Chaudhary
RegistrationNot required
Launched14 August 2000
Current statusOnline

UrduPoint is an Urdu-language[1] web portal of Pakistan. Launched on August 14, 2000, it is the 6th most visited website in Pakistan and its global rank is 1045 (April 2016).[2] UrduPoint is also partner of digital media company Ziff Davis, a division of J2 Global, to launch Mashable Pakistan. This is dual-language, Urdu and English edition of Mashable.[3] UrduPoint is accessible as a free website as a part of Internet.org (now freebasics.com) launched by Facebook in Pakistan.[4][5][6][7][8][9] Urdupoint has become the digital media partner of Multan Sultans in PSL 4.[10] UrduPoint is now running its video channel which is also very popular across the World with more than 5.1 million active subscribers.[11] This started from four persons who helped the founder make Urdu Point.


  1. ^ "Pakistani fiction hijacked by English language writers". Express Tribune.
  2. ^ "Urdupoint.com Site Info". Alexa Internet. Retrieved 16 April 2016.
  3. ^ "UrduPoint and Ziff Davis Are Bringing Mashable to Pakistan".
  4. ^ "Telenor launch Internet.org in Pakistan".
  5. ^ Dawn.com (28 May 2015). "Facebook provides free internet access to Pakistani citizens".
  6. ^ "freebasic by Zong".
  7. ^ "FREEBASICS.COM by telenor".
  8. ^ "Internet.org in Pakistan". The Nation.
  9. ^ "Mobile phones in Pakistan".
  10. ^ "Urdu Point Becomes Digital Media Partner Of Multan Sultans". Urdupoint.
  11. ^ "UrduPoint.com". YouTube. Retrieved 16 April 2020.

External links

  • Urdupoint
  • UrduPoint on Facebook