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DR. MANZOOR AHMADDR. MANZOOR AHMAD, the eminent ophthalmologist of Jammu and Kashmir died after a brief illness at Soura Medical Institute, Srinagar on 3 March. Son of former state governor Ghulam Nabi, Dr. Manzoor had made a will to donate his eyes to a blind person which was appreciated by the state medical fraternity. Chief minister Mufti Muhammad Sayeed expressed profound grief over the death of Dr Manzoor and also visited his residence to sympathise with the bereaved family. National Conference president Omar Abdullah said with the demise of Dr Manzoor the state had lost a great medical professional.

Glowing tributes were paid to Urdu and Persian litterateur SHABBIR ALI KHAN SHAKEB during the three-day seminar at Rampur Raza Library on 14 March. Library OSD, Dr Waqarul Hasan Siddiqui called Khan's demise a loss of an era and said he had to read his article at the seminar. 

A condolence meeting was held at the physics department of Aligarh Muslim University to pay tributes to DR. ASHFAQ ALI KHAN, former Reader of the department who passed away recently.

District president of Jamiat Ulama-i-Hind and assistant administer of Jamia Qasmia Madrasa Shahi Moradabad, MAULANA HAKIM HAFIZUDDIN passed away recently. Speaking at a condolence meeting Maulana Ashhad Rashidi said that Hakim Hafiz did a selfless service for ten years to the madrasa. Death of social person HAJI MOHAMMAD IQBAL was also condoled.

USTAD VILAYAT KHANCelebrated sitar maestro and musician USTAD VILAYAT KHAN died on 14 March. His body was taken to Kolkata and buried beside the grave of his father, the noted musician, Nawaz Inayat Khan. Madhy Pradesh chief minister Uma Bharti expressed deep sorrow over Ustad Vilayat’s demise. In her condolence meeting, Uma said Ustad Vilayat belonged to a gharana which along with Shastriya Sungeet had command over Western music.

BM MUJAHID, a well-known advocate and former member of Parliament died after a prolonged illness in Hubli, Karnataka on the night of 3 March. He was 83 and is survived by two sons. Born on 8 January 1921, Mujahid represented Dharwar (South) constituency for two consecutive terms from 1989 to 1995. ¤

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