Dedication, determination, sincerity and hard work are the keys to success, says
MOHAMMAD SHAHID SALIM who topped the Merit List of Combined Civil Services Examinations 2004, whose results were announced on 27 May by Jammu and Kashmir Public Service Commission. A resident of Thathri, in Doda district, Salim graduated from GGS Science College, Jammu and did LLB from Jammu University in 2003. He secured 1284 marks in the mains (Arabic and Zoology) and 245 marks in viva voce topping the list of aspirants for Kashmir Administrative Service (KAS). Younger brother
SHAHID MEHMOOD also succeeded in the Merit List. It is pertinent to mention here that a disabled youth RIYAZ AHMAD BEIGH also figured in the Merit List. His story was carried by MG in its May last issue.
Playback singer and qawwal IQBAL SABRI was on a 10-day tour to America on the invitation of South Asia Foundation. Many literary and cultural organisations in Saharanpur have decided to give a reception to the qawwal. Sabri took on his Indian counterpart Chanchal Bharti in the qawwali competition held in USA. Born in Deoband, Saharanpur district of U.P., Sabri has earned a good name in
Elections for Maharashtra and Goa Bar Council were held recently. For 25 members of the two State Council, 28,000 advocates cast their vote.
ADVOCATE AHMAD KHAN PATHAN of Pune was elected member of the Bar Council. With this election Ahmad Khan became the first Muslim advocate after 1982 to be elected member of the Maharashtra-Goa Bar Council. With just five years of practical experience, Ahmad Khan, who got his law degree in 1999 mustered courage to fight the election. While on the other side there were advocates with 20 to 30 years’ experience fighting the election. A noted lawyer, Ahmad Khan is practising civil side and is also honorary professor of SP Law Class. He is honorary professor at Poona College, Abida Inamdar Senior College for Girls and AK Khan Law College. I should be noted here that any Muslim member elected to Maharashtra and Goa Bar Council also becomes member of Maharashtra State Waqf Board according to Section 14 of Waqf Act 1995.
SHAHRUKH KHAN has a large fan following. His recent movie Main Hoon Na has won him accolades. The actor took time to write his autobiography 20 Years to a Decade which hit stands recently. The book is selling well as Khan’s fans want to know him more. Spread over 25 chapters the book gives a fine description of the actor from his childhood days to his busy cine life. It is said that during the shooting of Josh, Shahrukh was told by Mahesh Bhatt to write his biography which through his own conviction has been written by heart. A hearty news indeed for the Khan’s fans.
CHAMAN KHAN was appointed general secretary of Uttar Pradesh Congress Committee Intellectual Cell by its chairman Rais Ansari. Ansari hoped that Khan’s administrative abilities would be helpful in strengthening the party.
MUHAMMAD KAMALUDDIN ANSARI has been appointed president of Jharkhand unit minority cell of Janata Dal (U). This was announced by Irfanullah Khan, national president of JD(U) minority cell.
KHANAM, a class IV student of Mak Public School, Moradabad, UP secured 95.11 percent marks. She has been securing 95 percent marks since her nursery classes and winning prizes every year. This year too she was given medal and certificate at the school’s annual function. Her cousin
FARIHA SAEED, who appeared for B.A. 2nd year examinations is also maintaining first position. Satwat receives guidance from Fariha. A bright future is expected for both sisters.
From left to right: Mausab Farogh Abid,
Latif, Khatib Mudassir and Nadim rais ahmad
From left to
right: SM kameel fariduddin, Haseen
sakina safdar, Siddiqi afra zafar and Syed safrin asif
Eight students of Poona College of Arts, Science & Commerce and Abida Inamdar Junior College, run and managed by Anjuman Khairul Islam succeeded in the Merit List of Pune Division in Maharashtra HSC Board examinations. With 94 percent marks
MAUSAB FAROGH ABID of Poona College got 12th rank in the Merit List and 3rd rank in Science.
KHAN FAISAL LATIF and KHATIB MUDASSIR MUSHTAQ got 15th and 17th rank in the General Merit List. They received 93.5 and 93.17 percent marks respectively. Latif held fourth rank in Science Merit List. Both
NADIM RAIS AHMAD and SYED MUHAMMAD KAMEEL FARIDUDDIN made it to 14th in Science Merit List with 91.83 percent marks each.
HASEEN SAKINA SAFDAR of Abida Inamdar Junior College secured 93.17 percent marks. She got 17th in the General Merit List and 6th in Science Stream. With 93.33 percent marks
SIDDIQI AFRA ZAFAR got 7th rank in Science Stream while SYED SAFRIN ASIF
was 12 in Maharashtra Cosmopolitan Education Society’s list. She secured 81 percent marks. Overall result of Abida Inamdar Junior College was 90.52 per cent. 630 out of total 696 girls succeeded in the examination. The result of Azam Campus Scholar Batch was 100 percent. Comprising of 150 students this was the 4th batch of Azam campus. Meanwhile,
SHAMIMA BEGUM SHEIKH ABDUL KARIM of Aurangabad has topped the arts stream in the state. She wants to be an IAS officer. Poona College principal Dr Mohammad Qudratullah has welcomed students for their success. The college has been granted ‘A’ Grade by National Accreditation and Assessment Council (NAAC) for academic and sports excellence. The college is now trying to get A+ and A++. Hope it gets.«
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