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MAULANA KHALID SAIFULLAH RAHMANI, great religious scholar and distinguished Islamic jurist and general secretary of Islamic Fiqh Academy of India has been appointed founding member of International Islamic Fiqh Aacdemy, Makka (Saudi Arabia). Maulana Rahmani is an author of about 60 books, more than two dozens of which are regarding Islamic Fiqh, many of whom have been translated into seven foreign languages.
 
Dr ANWAR SAYEED Dr. ANWAR SAYEED, member of Central Council of Indian Medicine (CCIM) and general secretary of Jamia Tibbia, Deoband has been appointed chairman of Bhartiya Chikitsa Parishad, U. P. by U.P. government. This post is equal to the status of a state minister.
 
MUHAMMAD SHADAB KHAN, a young engineer of Basti who is a final year B. Tech Aeronautic student of Lucknow’s Babu Banarsi Das Engg. College is one of the five students from India who have been selected for participating and reading their research papers in the 5-day 63rd International Aeronautic Congress to be held in Naples (Italy) from 1 to 5 October in which 90 countries of the world will take part. First research paper that Shadab Khan will read in the Space Science Congress will be on NASA’s programme to send man on planet Mars which is at a distance of 250 million miles from earth but oxygen is not found on this planet. His research paper on Mars will also throw light on respiratory system and conversion of carbon dioxide gas, which is emitted or exhaled by plants and trees, into oxygen after recycling it. He will also read his research paper on integrated small satellite system through which information about natural calamities like tsunami and earthquakes etc. can be obtained in advance and safety and rescue measures can be taken accordingly to prevent loss of lives and properties. His study and research also points out that helium-3 is found in so abundant quantity that it can be dug out by robots and brought to earth to meet energy requirements for about five thousand years. Earlier, another conference i.e. 28th conference of United Nations and International Aeronautical Federation will be held in the same city i.e. Naples from 28 to 30 September in which three persons including Shadab, will take part and read their research papers. In this conference Shadab will read his research paper on ‘Space Applications for Land Management.
 
Twenty-eight year old FIROZ KHAN, Assistant Teacher in the primary school of a village in Buland Shahar district has won ‘Microsoft Innovative Teachers Leadership (MITL) Award 2011-12’, leaving behind more than 130,000 other teachers from all over the country who belonged to different states of the country and who had got themselves registered for this competition for which Firoz Khan had written an article on ‘Chemical Mystery’ and prepared a dynamic Power Point based on 3-D Animation, Music and Higher link under Chemistry. Firoz Khan will now participate in the forthcoming Microsoft World Web Innovative Teachers Conference to be held in Prague (Czechoslavakia) from 27 Nov. to 2 Dec. ‘12 in which teachers from different countries will take part and their entire expenses will be borne by Microsoft company.
 
Ms. SHAMA KHAN, Pradhan of a village Panchait Committee of Rajasthan’s Barmer district had the distinction of being selected to speak on the methodology of implementing development schemes at a 2-day conference sponsored by U.N. Development Programme and Indian government’s Leadership Development Programme in the 21st century at India Habitat Centre on 6 September. The conference was inaugurated by UNDP’s Resident Coordinator and attended by important bureaucrats and dignitaries.
 
Dr Ather Farouqui Dr ATHER FAROUQUI was unanimously selected to work as interim general secretary of Anjuman Taraqqi-e Urdu Hind (ATUH) in place of Dr. Khaleeq Anjum, ATU’s general secretary who has been ill for about three months. On 17 September he was got admitted to Apollo Hospital. The decision to appoint Dr. Ather Farouqui as interim general secretary of ATUH was taken in a meeting held in ATU’s office which was chaired by Prof. Sidiqur Rahman Qidwai when other members including Vice President Sharif Hasan Naqvi, Prof. Shamim Hanafi were present.
 
GHALIB MIRZA of Nasik has come out successful in the difficult Chartered Accountancy Examination at the young age of 20 years only. He aspires to become Comptroller and Auditor General of India.

This article appeared in The Milli Gazette print issue of 1-15 October 2012 on page no. 12

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