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Awards: 16-31 July 2002
DR MUHAMMAD AZAM QASMI of the Department of Islamic Studies and
DR ABU SUFYAN ISLAHI of the Department of Arabic of Aligarh Muslim University have been honoured with Nuqoosh Award. Dr Qasmi has been presented the award for his treatise on the Concept of God in Muslim Philosophy which was published in the Qur’an Number of the international magazine Nuqoosh published from Lahore while Dr Islahi was chosen for the award for his treatise of Evolution of Hymn in Arabic Poetry. Six works and more than a hundred research articles of Dr Islahi have been published in various national and international magazines and periodicals.
Sufi ghazal singer BEGUM ABIDA PARVEEN was chosen the best female vocalist at the Lashkara Music Awards 2002 which was held at Lily Resorts in Jalandhar. Parveen bagged the award for her song Bulleh noon samjhawan, from her Times Music album, Baba Bulleh Shah. All her music albums, including the recently released Faiz by Abida have been on the international music charts. Parveen sings in Urdu, Sindhi, Punjabi and Sairakhi.
The former Kerala PCC president Tennala Balakrishna Pillai has been selected for the Moidu Moulavi Award and the news editor of the Matrubhumi,
NP Rajendran, for the Muhammad Abdur Rahman Award. Both awards have been instituted by the Moidu Moulavi Foundation. The Moidu Moulavi Award comprises Rs 10,001 in cash, a citation and a memento, and the Muhammad Abdur Rahman Award carries a cash award of Rs 5,001, a citation and a memento. Mr. Pillai was selected for the award for his clean public image and Mr. Rajendran for his bold and fearless contribution for the field of journalism.
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