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|INDIAN CITIZENSHIP TO 923 PAKISTANIS
Barmer: Many Pakistanis have been coming to India and settling down in different places. Among such Pakistanis who had come to India and living in Rajasthan’s border district of Barmer for the past 4 decades, 923 including 8 women, have been granted Indian citizenship.
M.L. Mehra, sub-divisional officer of Bikaner’s Godhamalavi district and incharge of the Camp where citizenship is granted, said that after central government’s authorisation to district collectors to grant Indian citizenship to Pakistani Muslims including women living in India, 813 persons were granted Indian citizenship in the first instance.
In the second stage 46 Pakistanis, including 3 Muslim women, were granted Indian citizenship. Similarly, in the Camp at Chauhatan, 64 persons including 5 Muslim women were granted Indian citizenship.
SIT-IN AGAINST ELECTRICITY CRISIS IN PHULPUR
Azamgarh: People of Phulpur Tahsil (Azamgarh) in large number sat on a dharna under the leadership of Shabana Azmi, film star and social worker against acute shortage of electricity wherein she demanded 24 hours supply of electricity to the people of Phulpur. Speaking on this occasion she said that her father, late Kaifi Azmi had always taken up the cause of progress of Azamgarh and all its neighbouring areas. Later, she talked on telephone to responsible officers of electricity department at Lucknow who assured her of solving the problem of electricity within two days.
MUSLIM WOMEN’s HOSTEL IN HINDU AREA OPPOSED
Krishna Nagar: A Multi-storeyed hostel building,, proposed to be jointly built by Waqf Board and state government on a Waqf land in Wakeelpara area of Krishna Nagar for women of rural areas was strongly opposed by Hindu tenants and other local people on the ground that a Muslim hostel cannot be allowed to be built in a Hindu area. The tenants, who are illegally settled on the Waqf land and against whom a case is going on in the court for two years have been asked by the court to vacate the place at the earliest have accused the caretaker of the Waqf land of establishing ‘Promoter Raj’. They are demanding compensation for vacating this place.
RECONSTITUTION OF NCPUL
New Delhi: The central government has reconstituted the National Council for the Promotion of Urdu Language (NCPUL)’ Managing Committee which has 28 members. Chairman of this Committee is Union minister of human resources development, Arjun Singh and vice Chairman is the renowned poet and critic, Shamsur Rahman Farooqi who was recently appointed in place of Prof, G.C. Narang. Some of the members are Islamic scholar Dr Rafiq Zakariya, Prof Qamar Raees, film producer and poet Gulzar, theatre artist Habib Tanveer, P.A. Inamdar (of Pune), Nida Fazli (Mumbai), Zuber Rizvi (Delhi), Ms Bela Bannerji, joint secretary (Languages) and S.K. Raj, joint secretary and Financial Advisor (Min of HRD), chairman of the Commission for Scientific and Technical Terminology, directors of Central Institute of Indian Languages (Mysore), Central Hindi Directorate (New Delhi), Kendriya Hindi Sansthan (Agra), NCERT (New Delhi), representatives of UGC, Indian Council of Cultural Relations, ministry of law (New Delhi) etc. In addition to the managing committee, there is an Executive Board also of NCPUL. Hamidulla Bhatt is NCPUL’s director.
BILQIS IDENTIFIES 12 ACCUSED
Mumbai: Bilqis Bano, main witness in the gang-rape and murder case in Dahod (Gujrat) identified 12 accused persons in the identification parade and ‘in camera’ hearing held in the room of a trial court in Mumbai on 22 February. Bilqis Bano, who herself was gang raped and many of whose close relatives were killed by the accused persons, gave a detailed account of the events when asked by the public prosecutor, R.K. Shah in the presence of Justice U.D. Salvi. In all, 20 persons were accused, though she identified 12 persons who were charged with rape and murder. The remaining 8, including a doctor-couple who performed post mortem of those killed and six police personnel, have been charged with shielding the guilty persons.
MAULANA AZAD’s SCIENTIFIC INSIGHT
Hyderabad: A new book Maulana Azad ki Scienci Baseerat (Maulana Azad’s Scientific Insight) written by science writer, Dr Wahab Qaisar was recently published by National Council for the Promotion of Urdu Language (NCPUL). According to Dr Hamidullah Bhat, director of NCPUL, Maulana Azad was second to none in exegesis and its understanding, journalism, editorial excellence, politics and leadership and though much has been written on these aspects of his personality it is for the first time that some one has written about his scientific knowledge and understanding in the background of his own works.
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