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Obituaries: 1-15 November 2001

Ishrat Ali Khan, former chairman of Municipal Board, Rampur died on 7 October after a prolonged illness. He was 90. Khan was a man of well defined principles and belonged to Rampur royal family. He had been chairman of Municipal Board from 10 December 1964 to 24 September 1974. The members had passed a no-trust vote against the chairman. He offered jobs to many unemployed people during his chairmanship. Often he used to give payments to Municipal employees on his own behalf when there was less amount in the Board. In 1974 he stood as an independent candidate for assembly election and ranked third. During emergency he was detained under MISA. After release from jail in 1977, instead of himself standing for election, he supported Muhammad Azam Khan. In 1980 Congress nominated him a candidate, but unfortunately he could not win. Ishrat Ali Khan was a true Congressman and a gregarious person.

Well-known Malayalam film music director AT Omer died at his Chennai residence on 18 October at the age of 70. Omer, who had been undergoing treatment for severe respiratory problems for the past one year, is survived by his wife and son.
Hailing from Talasseri, Omer excelled both in football and music at an early age. He had his basic lessons in Hindustani music from Sharat Chandra Marathe and Kumar Bhagavatar. He was also a member of the Spirited Youths football team in Kannur.
The 1967 release of Talairukal, directed by MS Mani ,launched him as a music composer. The film had Balamurali Krishna, Yesudas and S Janaki as its singers. It was, however, Abhijatyam directed by A Vincent, that proved to be a turning point in his career. Omer is also a recipient of the State Government film award, and the Kerala Sangeeta Nataka Academy.

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