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Pictures speak. So do cartoons. They pass on a message wrapped in humour. IRFAN, a promising young political cartoonist who has carved a niche for himself, excels in conveying serious messages through hilarious drawings. Irfan is a TV host for Zee Online and hosts a show called Shakhsiyat (personalities). He exhibited his cartoons–Catch With Fun–in Delhi’s India Habitat Centre last month. Pure at heart, he did not mean to hurt our cricketers but drew our attention to the real scene behind the game of gentlemen which had a fall from grace along with upcoming maligning charges of betting, not batting. His 32 cartoons, all related to cricket, spoke of the fact. "The objective behind the exhibition was not to malign cricket but just to highlight the fact", said Irfan.
MAULANA SAEEDUR RAHMAN NADWI, general secretary of Furqania Academy Trust, Bangalore, was recently appointed member of the International Commission on Scientific Signs in Quran and Hadith. The agency comprises an international committee of intellectuals who study modern science and other academic branches in the light of Islamic teachings.
QARI AFTAB ALAM secured 1st position in the All India Qiraat Competition organised by Minority Education and Welfare Society and Madrasa Darul Quran in Jaipur. QARI ABDUL JABBAR and QARI MUHAMMAD RAMZAN held 2nd and 3rd positions respectively. Forty qaris (recitors of the Quran) participated in the competition.
DR FAZAL MEHDI, a reader at the Department of Mathematics, Aligarh Muslim University has been recently appointed chairman of Athletic Club by AMU vice chancellor. His appointment is with immediate effect which would be for two years.
AFZAL ABBAS has been appointed national working chairman of minorities department of Lok Janshakti Party by party president Ram Vilas Paswan. So far, Afzal was president of the party’s Delhi minority cell.
Young surgeon, DR IMRAN AHMAD of the Department of Surgery, Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College, Aligarh Muslim University has added to the fame of the college by a successful microsurgical operation. Most sensitive veins and pipes are joined with the help of operative microscope in this particular plastic surgery. In an operation of about 7 hours, the young surgeon was successful in healing the 18-year old Om Parkash whose leg was badly crashed in a road accident. The surgery which costs more than one lakh rupees in any big hospital of the country could be done in less than 10 thousand rupees in JN Medical College.
In a meeting held on October 22 to elect president of Saulat Library Rampur, SYED MUAZZAM ALI was elected president. Out of total 513 votes cast, Ali got 326 votes defeating his rival with 139 votes. The meeting also appointed 25 members of the advisory council of the library.
Director of IAS Officers Training Academy, Mussorie, WAJAHAT HABIBULLAH’s name is being considered for the next chief secretary of Jammu and Kashmir. According to high level information, Habibullah, being the senior IAS officer is likely to be appointed to this post.
A reception was given in honour of HAJI YAQUB QURESHI, an MLA from Kharkhoda constituency of Uttar Pradesh who was recently appointed minister for Minorities Welfare and Development and Haj. The reception was arranged by local leaders at Hapur, UP.
DR MUHAMMAD KALIMUDDIN AHMAD of the Department of Mathematics, Aligarh Muslim University has been invited by a German university to speak on ‘impact of religion on science’. Earlier too, he has toured this country.
Shaikh Zaid bin Sultan Al-Nahyan, president of United Arab Emirates has invited his Indian counterpart, DR APJ ABDUL KALAM to visit UAE. The invitation was given by Shaikh’s foreign secretary, Shaikh Saeed bin Sa’d to Indian ambassador at Abu Dhabi, KC Singh.
MIRZA JAWED ALI was recently appointed vice president of Delhi Youth Congress Committee. He will work specially for youths.
According to a press release, MIR YAQUB ALI has been appointed member of Andhra Pradesh State Waqf Board.
Born on April 30, 1967, S SALAHUDDIN belongs to a respected family of Delhi which traces its origin from Moradabad in Uttar Pradesh. A great fan of legendary singer Mohammad Rafi, Salahuddin’s natural dulcet voice reminds us of the immortal tenor of Mohammad Rafi. The young, promising singer has won more than a dozen awards and prizes and has established his name in the category of brilliant stars in the field of music. His latest recorded cassette Mere Seene Main Kaaba was recently released in Delhi. Recorded by R. Vision Music Pvt. Ltd. New Delhi, the cassette has been produced by Ravindra Singh. Slahuddin’s earlier albums Rahmat-e-Ramzan and Yeh Kavarya Diwane were greatly applauded. Mere Seene Mein Kaaba Hai, the first ghazal, touches hearts and sounds good to the ear. Kamli Wale Ke Sadqe Mein Yarab leaves behind an unforgettable echo. An imaginative story at side B of the album seems true to the core. It is a rare gift for music lovers. A good collection for the month of Ramadhan for those willing to hear sound music in sound voice.
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