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NEWSMAKERS: 16-31 July
Naseeruddin Shah, a veteran thespian, matinee icon, social activist, host and anchor of many television shows, has been acknowledged for his fabulous role in his edition of Jeena Isi Ka Naam Hai. The edition with Naseer has been incredibly good. Farooque Sheikh said Naseer is not only an actor but a great human being also. JIKNH touched millions of TV-viewers. Naseer is a living legend.
Syed Shahnawaz Hussain, a mouthpiece and pampered member of Sangh Parivar, is in the news these days for having named Port Blair airport after Hindutva icon VD Savarkar for which he has been deluged with praise from entire Hindutva brigade with no exception. He also led a high-level tourism delegation to Gulf countries. In his meeting with Arab heads of state, the minister played down Gujarat riots to impress the Sangh Parivar and he did it with a degree of success. He blamed Pakistan for the deteriorating bilateral relations with India.
An unclaimed dead body attracts few. But the man who has made it the single mission of his life to bury or cremate the unclaimed dead bodies is, of course, a highly esteemed soul.
Mohd Sharif, a septuagenarian from Faizabad (Uttar Pradesh), has dedicated himself to the service of the unclaimed dead bodies for last 12 years. He has performed the last rites of more than 1500 unclaimed dead bodies. For Mohd Sharif casteism, religions and communalism are no barriers. His hoardings bear an appeal, "Do not throw away unclaimed corpses rather inform Mohd Sharif". Until now he has performed the last rites of 900 Hindus and 750 Muslims. What a noble cause!
registered a big victory for the Congress in the bypoll from Narasimharaja Assembly Constituency defeating his nearest rival E Maruthirao Pawar of Janata Parivar by a margin of 11,709 votes. Mr Sait is the son of Azeez Sait whose death caused the by-election. The Congress party polled 41,453 votes while the Janata Parivar could get 29,744. The BJP candidate BP Manjunath polled merely 8,703 and followed them. Mr Tanvir described his triumph as the people’s victory.
Azam, a young hardliner, believes that rich are responsible for patronizing junk food and the poor therefore are left with no choice. He beams with self-confidence and reflects dire concern to save the environment. Chosen to take part in a Johannesburg Environment Summit Mohammed Azam will participate in a debate on the future of environment. Mr Azam is all set to target children because they are the future. He is adamant to save the earth. He will make his parents as well as the nation proud when he represents India at the environment summit to be held in South Africa coming August.
Bhikha- Bhai Mansoori whose house was looted and who could not think of going to school, scored 67% marks in class XII examination. Unprecedented chaos, mayhem and dance of death all around could not deter him and he went to the institute and filled up his from there. Swastik Institute came to his aid and managed for the hall ticket. Younus is passing through hard times. He wants to make his parents proud but he can hardly afford his further studies.
Mohd Sharique, a resident of old Delhi, passed class X examination with 67% aggregate marks. He has topped amongst students in all Urdu Medium Schools of Delhi. He made his parents and teachers proud when he scored 89% in Mathematics and 75% in Science. He hails from a poor family background.
Najnine Shafique, a class XII student from Orissa stood first in science stream. Girls have outshone boys for the third consecutive year in both secondary and higher secondary examinations of Orissa.
Rizvi, a student of New Greenfield Public School (Saket) got grade A-One in class XII examination. He scored 83% (English), 93% (Math), 96% (Physics), 92% (Chemistry) and 84% (Engineering drawing). According to school principal Mrs Ved Kumari, Ashhad Rizvi is quite promising and distinguished in all of the subjects.
Fakhruddin Khorakiwala, former sheriff and leading trader of Mumbai, has been appointed as Chancellor of Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi. He expressed his delight on being appointed the Chancellor of this highly esteemed university. During 1992-1993 communal violence Mr Fakhruddin organised a human chain in Mumbai and provided valuable suggestion for establishing mohalla committee in towns. PC Alexander, Governor of Maharashtra, also nominated him as senate member of S.N.D.T. University.
Sajjad Ghani Lone, the newly elected president of Jammu & Kashmir People’s Conference has been anointed as the rightful political successor of Abdul Ghani Lone who was assassinated recently. He has been nominated as the president of Jammu & Kashmir People’s Conference. It is reported that Sajjad Ghani would represent his party in All Parties Hurriyat Conference. Besides, the party has formed a supreme council which would be headed by Bilal Ghani Lone, the elder son of the assassinated leader.
Ahmad Sharif has been nominated as the general secretary of Telugu Desham Party. He succeeded SM Lal Jan Pasha who was nominated for the Rajya Sabha membership. However the party members are not reconciled to Mr Sharif’s appointment and have said that Chandra Babu Naidu government has tried to ignore the Telangana region deliberately. Some senior party leaders expressed their anxiety over such decisions and warned the high command that such decision would tarnish party’s image.
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