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DR HAMEED UDDIN AHMEDDR HAMEED UDDIN AHMED, former Fellow of Royal College of Surgeons of England, is a genius who sacrificed a coveted post at Oxford University on the advice of Pt Jawaharlal Nehru. Born on 23 February 1935, in a middle-class family in Dibrugarh district of Assam, Dr Hameed did his MBBS from Guwahati University in 1956 with first position in the university. He obtained his FRCS degree from the Royal College of Surgeons of England in 1960. He is the first medical professional from North Eastern States of India to be conferred the prestigious Hallet Prize by the Royal College of Surgeons, England. He entered the elite group of medical academicians of the United Kingdom. He joined the medical faculty of the British Post-Graduate Medical Federation, London. In 1981, he joined the Oxford University as a Thoracic Surgical Registrar, a career which he loved so much, but sacrificed it on the advice of Pt Nehru whom he met later in Oxford. Dr Hameed has been a teacher in all three medical colleges of Assam. He became Professor of Surgery in Al-Fateh University, Tripoli (Libya). Dr. Hameed loves music and is an expert tabla player. He also loves sports and has been a good sports person from his school days. He has to his credit quite a few research articles which have been published in prominent medical journals in India and abroad.

Well-known surgeon DR ISRAR AHMAD KHAN has been elected chairman of Agra chapter of Indian Orthopaedic Association. After an unopposed election to the post, Dr IA Khan said his aim would be an all-round development of the Agra Orthopaedic Society. His prime aim is to make the National Conference of Orthopaedic Surgeons, scheduled to be held in Agra in December, successful. The Association was established in 1979. Firozabad, Mathura, Hathras, Eta, besides Agra city and district fall within the range of the Agra chapter of the Association. Dr Anuj Kumar has been elected secretary.

Young Shia scholar and patron of Anis Academy, ALLAMA AQUIL AL-GHARWI was injured in a road accident after the car he was traveling in collided with a speedy truck near Gajraula, Uttar Pradesh. He was returning from a relative’s marriage in Bareilly. In a state of unconsciousness Gharwi was taken to Bareilly. He received internal injuries and is out of danger, and is now being treated at his home. The car diver was seriously injured.

MUHAMMAD ALI QAMARThe chance of participation of boxer MUHAMMAD ALI QAMAR in Olympic Games in Athens has gone out of hand due to a controversial judgement of the jury at Lahore. But despite that the Indian Boxing team will not register any formal complaints as it was in Pakistatn also “to win hearts”. In the pre-quarter match of light fly weight in Lahore on 7 May, the Commonwealth gold medal winner Qamar fought against Japanese boxer Noshevki Akarshi. The match was tied at 28-28 points. The Japanese boxer was later announced victorious on the basis of punching. As against Qamar’s 101, Akarshi had 109 points on his side. Indian team manager Set Bannerjee said later that the decision was liked neither by media nor by the audiences. But we accept it in spirit of the game, Bannerjee said. He said the purpose of our tour to Pakistan was not only to get a berth in the Olympics but also to win hearts. However, Indian coach GS Sindhu was angry after announcement of the decision. He said we hoped Qamar would bring medals to India and that he would qualify for the Olympics. See how he has been deprived even after performing well. Of course Qamar too was sad with the decision. After all, he is the undeserving loser.

ZAMIR AHMAD, councillor of Ballimaran, Delhi has been appointed member of Standing Committee, Municipal Corporation of Delhi. He has successfully discharged his duties as deputy chairman of City Zone during the last two years. The Congress High Command appointed him member of the authoritative body in recognition of his performance. Wasim Siddiqui, general secretary of Ajmal Khan Welfare Society has welcomed Zamir’s appointment and hoped he would play an important role in solving problems of his constituency and the city as well.

DR SARFARAZ AHMAD, former MP from Giridih, Bihar was appointed Election observer of Delhi State for the 14th Lok Sabha Elections by the Congress.

Hearty congratulations to Rizwan for his admirable performance. SA RIZWAN, a student of SBOA Matriculation & Higher Secondary School, managed by the SBIOA Educational Trust, Chennai topped his school in the Higher Secondary Examination, 2004. Rizwan got 100 percent marks in physics and biology. Out of maximum 1200, he received 1176 marks. Well-done Rizwan! Keep it up!

SH KHAN, general manager (security, protocol & culture) of India Trade Promotion Organisation (ITPO) has been appointed chairman of the ITPO Pargati Club. Apart from cultural and sports activities, the Club works towards growth of production and honing the talents of its crews.

ZEENAT PARVIN of Girls High School secured second position in the Part II (X) examination of Aligarh Muslim University Secondary School Certificate. She received 86.20 percent marks. Mohit Goel and Himanshu Gupta of the City Hall School, AMU secured first and third positions respectively.

Calcutta University has recently conferred PhD on RUKHSANA MURAD for her thesis on “Urdu Mein Shakhsi Marsiya ka Tanquidi Jaiza”. She completed her thesis under the supervision of Prof. Muzaffar Hanafi.

University of Kashmir awarded PhD degree in Bio-Chemistry to BAHSIR AHMAD GANAI, senior lecturer, Department of Bio-Chemistry, SP College, Srinagar. Ganai submitted his thesis on “Sulfite Oxides from Malva-sylvestris” to the PG Department of Bio-Chemistry of Kashmir University. The thesis has already been published in some prominent journals in India and abroad.

ZAHEER KHANFor India’s fast bowler ZAHEER KHAN fashion could be the next passion. Celebrated fashion designers are highly impressed with him. During the Lakme India Fashion Week, Zaheer cast his spell with his team. His pace and confidence attracted the attention of the fashion designers present at the function. Dress designers Nikhil and Shantanu who took the crickters to the romp are highly influenced by Zaheer. They consider his presentation like that of a professional model. He was very careful about his action and knew how to walk and talk, Nikhil said. Zaheer, however says he had not done any rehearsal for the show. Had Zaheer done some rehearsal , Nikhil could have been bowled over but who would want to lose Zaheer to modeling while cricket needs his skill and spells.

SHAMIL M of Govt. Model, HSS, Kozhikode won second rank in Kerala from among the candidates presented for the SSLC examination this year by the government schools in the state. Out of maximum 600, Shamil received 589 marks. Mable Baby of Infant Jesus EMHS, Thiruvambady shares the rank. Ms SAFI SALIM of St Joseph’s Convent Girls’ HSC, Kolam, JANSHER E of METEM HS, Mannarkkad, Palakkad and SHAFEEQ S of MMRHS, Kaimanam, Thiruvanthpuram share the third rank with two other students. With 588 marks, they are just one number behind the second rankers. PULIPARAMBIL LAYA of Model School, Abu Dhabi, UAE is the topper among candidates who had appeared for the examination at various centres of the West Asian countries. By securing 582 marks, Laya holds ninth rank in the state. More than sisx lakh students participated in the examinations conducted by the Dept. of General Education, Govt. of Kerala. The results were announced on 17 May.

With 89.75 percent marks, SHAKIRA KHATOON bagged the first position in Senior Secondary School Certificate (XII) examination of Aligarh Muslim University. Out of total 400, Shakira Kahtoon of Abdullah Hall received 359 marks. SABIHA RIZVI, again of Abdullah Hall bagged second position with 87.50 percent marks. Piyush Kumar Singh of NRSC succeeded in securing the third position with 85.50 percent marks.

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