Milli Gazette Online
After Amitabh Bachchan, Lata
Mangeshkhar and Zeenat Aman, a French cosmetic goods manufacturing company Jean Arthes has named its perfume ‘Tiger Eyes By SRK’ after film star
Shah Rukh Khan which was launched by Khan himself in a Mumbai hotel. Speaking on this occasion the director of this company C. Perin said that he feels very happy in selecting this uncrowned king of Hindi films as the company’s brand ambassador and that his company has tried to present his (SRK’s) life style in the form of this perfume. This perfume is available in two kinds of scents for men and women. The distributor of this perfume in India, Sheik Mohammad Sayeed was also present on this occasion.
Dr Faizan Mustafa’s name has been cleared by AMU’s Selection Committee for being appointed as Registrar of Aligarh Muslim University for a period of 5 years. Presently a Reader in the Department of Law in this University, he was also Director of University Coaching and Guidance Centre and Career Planing Centre. He is also a member in charge of University’s Public Relations Department.
Razia Sultana was elected Deputy Mayor of Delhi defeating her BJP rival Ramniwas Pehalwan by 112 votes to 17. The total strength of Municipal Corporation of Delhi is 134 (Congress 108, BJP 20, JD(U) 3 and independents 3). Satbir Singh leader of the House in MCD was elected Mayor who defeated his nearest BJP rival Ms. Meena Thakur by 114 to 17 votes.
Communist Party of India held its Nineteenth Congress in Chandigarh which ended on 3 April. In this Congress new office bearers of the Party as well as National Executive were elected. Among the 26 newly elected member of National Executive, the main policy making body, there are two Muslim members. They are
Shameem Faizee and Jalaluddin Ansari.
Some people think that
Naseema Hurzuk, a Maharashtra-born lady can very well be considered a superwoman and a woman of iron on wheels. She became a paraplegic (victim of paralysis in the lower half of the body) at the age of 16 and was confined to a wheel chair. She is also suffering from spondylitis, diabetes and blood pressure but she is so fond of sports that in spite of all her disabilities she took part in a competition and won the championship in throw-ball from the wheel chair. She says that even now if she enters the sports ground she does not know how and where two or three hours disappear. Founder of Helpers of the Handicapped, an organisation in Kolhapur and Konkan area for the treatment and rehabilitation of people with various disabilities she wrote her autobiography in Marathi which was translated into English by Asha Deodhar and titled Naseema, The Incredible Story. She was recently in Delhi on the occasion of her book release function when she met the President of India also and was
surprised when the President quoted some passages from her autobiography.
Talmeez Ahmad, an IFS officer of 1974 batch and former Indian ambassador to Saudi Arabia, has been appointed Additional Secretary in the ministry of petroleum and natural gas. Talmeez Ahmad is said to have played an important role in promoting the oil diplomacy initiated by Mani Shankar Iyer, minister for petroleum and natural gas and that is why the minister was keen to induct him in his ministry.
Dr Aslam Parvez, presently head of the department of Botany in Dr Zakir Husain College has been appointed principal of this college’s morning shift. He has taken over the charge of his new
assignment on 20 April. He has played on important and useful role in popularising and promoting science in Urdu language. He is also the editor of Urdu monthly magazine Science ki Duniya.
Dr Shah Hamideen, who has been working as acting principal of Zakir Husain College (Evening Shift) for more than two years has now been appointed its full-fledged principal for the evening shift. While he was performing the duties of acting principal, this college made wonderful progress in the field of education and teaching.
Maulana Sayyad Mohammad Wali Rahmani has been appointed deputy Ameer-Shari’at by Ameer-e-Shari’at Maulana Sayyad Nizamuddin. Maulana Rahmani’s appointment has been welcomed by a large number of people including Maulana Mufti Zafiruddin, Mufti of Darul Uloom Deoband and Ahmad Ali Qasmi who have described it as a historic step for the safety and progress of Imarat-e Shara’ya. All India Muslim Majlis Mushawarat general secretary, Maulana Ameeduz Zaman Kairanvi has also welcomed it and said that both Maulana Nizamuddin as well as Maulana Rahmani deserve congratulations of Islamic Millat.
Bhiwandi, a small city of Maharashtra is famous for handloom and now power loom textiles and is also sometimes called the Manchester of India. It is also famous for communal peace, harmony and brotherhood. Among the champions of peace and harmony the most important name is that of
Salahuddin Sheikh Bayawali. Though he was born and bred in Adilabad, district Jalgaon (Bayawal), he came to Bhiwandi in search of livelihood and settled here and became a staunch crusader for communal harmony, brotherhood and understanding. People undertaking research in communal peace in foreign countries make it a point to meet him if they come to India. Researchers in countries like Japan and Sweden on their arrival in India ensure to meet him and enrich their theses with his deep and thought-provoking ideas. He addresses hundreds of meetings, conferences and every where he is conspicuous by his towering personality, loud and resonant voice and his sincere appeals for promoting goodwill, love, understanding etc have a soothing effect on the audience. For his untiring efforts for peace and understanding he has won around fifty awards, prizes, honours, shields etc from government, literary, social, cultural organisations and private individuals. Some people have seen him praying with choked voice and wet eyes for the end of hatred, jealousy, enmity so that India may once again become the cradle of love, peace and brotherhood.
Jameel Manzar, acting president of Mohammedan Sprting Club has been elected president of this Club in a meeting of the office bearers of this Club. Information to this effect was given by Sultan Ahmad, general secretary of the Club.
Dr Ajmad Ali Rizvi, a prominent surgeon of Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College, AMU, Aligarh performed first time laparoscopy operations on two patients suffering from Obstructive Jaundice due to stone in the common bile duct and left sided kidney stone. Usually such patients are operated by open operations. Laparoscopic operation is the new technique. This is for the first time at JN Medical College that kidney stone was removed by laparoscopy. These operations were assisted by Dr Tanveer Roshan, Dr Peethambar and Dr Musharraf Husain of the General Surgery at JN Medical College.
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