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Perfect Self Expression Key To Success –Mr Parneet Singh Sachdev

Perfect Self Expression Key To Success –Mr Parneet Singh Sachdev

Mr Parneet Singh Sachdev, Commissioner of Income Tax Hyderabad being felicitated by Mr Mohammed Waliullah, Vice Chairman – Sultan ul Uloom Education Society on the Commencement Day 2014 of Amjad Ali Khan College of Business Administration in Hyderabad on Friday.- Syed Khaled Shahbaaz Hyderabad, 31-0-14: Perfect self-expression is the key to success, take pride in your work and love what you do, advised the Income Tax Commissioner – Hyderabad Mr Parneet Singh Sachdev. In his invigorating address to the first year MBA students on Commencement Day 2014 of Amjad Ali Khan College of Business Administration, he advised the freshers to look beyond the books and grades to excel professionally when they graduate. Sharing learning experiences from his Nobel laureate mentors and professional encounters with CEOs of some of the biggest companies in the world, including Microsoft’s Bill Gates, he said that ‘profits and money are by products of the business. Business means transforming lives of the people.’ He urged them to dream proclaiming that the ‘ability to dream’ and work relentlessly towards achieving it will help them in the long run. Sharing the essence of his learning, he added that bringing ‘excellence in your own life will change your life beyond education’. He said “competition is a myth perpetuated by under-achievers of the world” elaborating that one must compete with oneself and bringing ‘excellence in your one’s own life will change it beyond education’. Prof. Selvarani Balan, Head and Dean – Department of Business Management, Osmania University, in her keynote address, advised the students to effectively utilize their time, inculcate punctuality, set clear aims for the future and make best and positive use of the available resources to excel academically and professionally. She also emphasized the importance of communication skills, discipline and punctuality saying it’s indispensably important in the making of a good MBA. Mr Zafar Javeed, Honorary Secretary – Sultan ul Uloom Education Society urged the students to constantly work on improving themselves to meet the evolving challenges of the corporate world. He pointed out how the infusion of digital technology in areas including ecommerce is changing the face of businesses all across which has indirectly posed a challenge for business administration students to be more industrially prepared and market-ready when they graduate. Earlier, Prof Shehbaz Ahmed delivered the welcome address and assured of holistic management education and personality sculpting needed to succeed in the future. He asked them to be Passionate about their activities, Performance throughout in exceeding capacity and performance throughout for a bright and successful future. The society also felicitated the renowned international boxer Nikhat Zareen and gifted her a Rs 50,000 cheque in honour of her achievements at the national level boxing championship held earlier this year. Mr Mohammed Waliullah also spoke. Mr Amir Javeed, eminent educationist Mr. Naseem Nathani and others were present on the occasion. The writer is a techie-turned-journalist. He may be reached at +91-9652828710 or syedkhaledshahbaaz@gmail.com – Yahind.com
Government To Use Big Data to Improve Governance: IT Minister KTR

Government To Use Big Data to Improve Governance: IT Minister KTR

Participants during the launch of MetroPolis Youth Network at the XI MetroPolis World Congress 2014 in Hyderabad, Telangana, India- Syed Khaled Shahbaaz, Yahind.com Hyderabad, 09-10-14: In the era of Information Technology where data is money, the government is trying to put all available data to extensive use to beget a golden shine on youngest state of India. The government of Telangana will make use of Big Data to counter all sorts of inefficiencies in the governance and employ data collected from nearly 3.5 crore people from Village Panchayat to metropolitan stratums during the Telangana Intensive Household Survey to solve the challenges of the newest state of the largest democracy in the world, said Information Technology and Panchayati Raj Minister K.T.Rama Rao. Reiterating Chief Minister K. Chandrashekar Rao’s vision of making the state’s capital Hyderabad a global smart city at the World Metropolis Congress in Hyderabad, Mr Rama Rao said smart cities should offer smarter Citizen Services explaining that intelligence gained from large volumes of macro data and analysis can help revolutionize urban planning and city functioning . Eulogizing the benefits of technology and data he said that ‘technology is fantastic and use of accurate data imperative’ adding that “perfect data should be available to understand the needs of the people, to perfectly design the welfare schemes that suit them and to take the fruits of these schemes to the targeted sections” The IT minister elucidated that technology (data) can be used to provide better resource allocation, understanding needs, patters and trends in citizen behaviour, improvement of efficiencies in process, sector-wise planning, asset management, environmental resource management, monitoring, evaluation and prediction or forecasting. KTR was addressing an elite gathering as the plenary speaker on ‘Urban Agenda – Big Data / Big Challenges and Big Ideas at the world congress. Crunching on the same lines, the Mayor of Barcelona Mr Xavier Trias who is on his maiden visit to Hyderabad to attend the World Metropolic Congress expressed that both Barcelona, with its top-level infrastructure and economical and industrial prowess, and innovation and Hyderabad can collaborate in many fields to become stronger and respond to major challenges while improving the quality of life of people. Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation Commissioner Mr Somesh Kumar, Special Commissioner Mr Babu A. also spoke. Mr Tim Campbell, Global Fellow at Woodrow Wilson International Centre for Scholars, Chairman at Urban Age Institute was the moderator. A vast gamut of brainstorming themes riveted around urban city development, smart cities, housing for all, Telangana Art, Green Buildings, Health people, youth empowerment and much more form the agenda of the congress. At least 857 people registered for the conference including 135 people from abroad. A list of plenary speakers at the conference mentions President of India Mr Pranab Mukherjee, former President Dr A PJ Abdul Kalam, IT Minister KTR and Nobel Laureate Rajendra Pachauri among other international personalities during the 5-day conference organized by GHMC in collaboration with the government of Telangana state. Syed Khaled Shahbaaz is an IT engineer with journalistic affinity. He’s penned over 2000 articles on technology, gadgets and all things IT. Like the post or have an opinion/suggestion, write to him at syedkhaledshahbaaz@gmail.com or get over at Twitter.com/khaledshahbaaz to follow his updates.
11-Year-old Dies After Being Set on Fire Allegedly in Hyderabad Army Garrison

11-Year-old Dies After Being Set on Fire Allegedly in Hyderabad Army Garrison

Hyderabad: An 11-year-old boy who was set on fire allegedly within a high security military garrison in Hyderabad died of 90 per cent burns today. Before dying, the police said, Syed Mustafa told a magistrate that some “military men” burnt him. Mustafa lived with his parents, three brothers and a sister in Siddiqnagar within the garrison in Mehdipatnam, which is a restricted area and allows visitors only with special passes. As his body was taken away, his mother Shaker Bano wailed repeatedly, “My son was burnt alive…” The police allege that kerosene was poured on the boy and he was set on fire on Wednesday afternoon, a little before 3 pm. A soft drink bottle with traces of kerosene and matches were found at the spot where the boy was allegedly burnt. The army has denied the involvement of its personnel. “On investigation, it is found that the allegation is absolutely false and no army personnel is involved in this incident. The army condemns this act,” an army statement said. A large number of policemen in riot-control gear were posted near the garrison to avoid a flare-up as angry residents protested against the alleged killing. Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhara Rao announced Rs. 5 lakh for the family as his government kept a watchful eye on Mehdipatnam. “The police have to investigate in a very strong manner. Last night, over 1,000 people came to the roads. We have to control emotions,” Hyderabad Mayor Majid Hussain said. Police chief Mahender Reddy said it is not known who attacked the boy and why. Army officers say they share a good rapport with some 200 families who stay within the garrison and cannot believe that any of their men could have burnt the boy. “We are assisting the police in the investigations since the incident took place in the Army area,” an army spokesperson said in Delhi. – NDTV
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    Narendra Modi met Saudi Crown Prince

    Narendra Modi met Saudi Crown Prince

    Hon’ble Prime Minister of India H.E. Mr. Narendra Modi meeting with His Royal Highness Crown Prince Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defence, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia on the sidelines of G20 Meeting in Brisbane – November 16, 2014

    Thomson Reuters Announces Strategic Partnership with University of Dammam

    RIYADH, SAUDI ARABIA: 11 November 2014 – Thomson Reuters, the world’s leading source of intelligent information for businesses and professionals, today announced a strategic partnership with the University of Dammam (UOD) to drive the visibility, prestige and international standing of the university’s academic research output in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The partnership was announced at a signing ceremony attended by His Excellency Dr. Abdullah Al-Rubaish, President, University Of Dammam, Professor Abdulsalam Al-Sulaiman, Vice-President for Higher Studies & Research, and Dr. Naif Al-Masoud, Dean of Scientific Research. As part of the partnership, Thomson Reuters will consolidate historic academic research attributable to UOD and provide periodic benchmarking reports to measure progress and impact of UOD’s academic output against national and international peers. Furthermore, Thomson Reuters will create a world-class Research Management Infrastructure that handles all aspects of the workflow including peer review, submissions, publication, fund allocation and evaluation. His Excellency Dr. Abdullah Al-Rubaish, President, University Of Dammam said: “We are glad to announce this strategic partnership with Thomson Reuters a global leader in the provision of content, technology and expertise to academic institutions, governments and corporations. As part of the agreement, UOD will roll out a long-term strategic plan to develop the international reputation and prestige of its academic output.” Nadim Najjar, Managing Director, Middle East and North Africa, Thomson Reuters, commented: “Thomson Reuters have built an unparalleled community of researchers, professionals and innovators around the world, who rely on the accuracy and authority of our content.” He added: “We have enjoyed a sustained presence in the MENA region for over 30 years, with a strong local presence in Saudi Arabia. We are committed to working with key academic, governmental and industry bodies to develop a leading innovation ecosystem in the region. We see the UOD as an integral participant in this effort and we look forward to leveraging our reputation and expertise throughout this strategic agreement.” Yassir Touhami Chahdi, Head of IP&Science, Middle East, Africa and Russia, said: “We are delighted to be part of this project which demonstrates a clear intent to enhance UOD’s academic output, faculty branding, visibility and international credibility of scientific research.” “Thomson Reuters have been helping leading institutions to accelerate their science, technology and innovation policies in Saudi Arabia and across the globe. The King Abdullah City for Science and Technology (KACST) and the Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST) are examples of these strategic partnerships.” Thomson Reuters is a core content and technology provider to leading IP bodies such as the US Patent Office and European Patent Office, and have long standing relationships with industry leaders such as Google, GSK and Unilever. The Times Higher Education rankings are based on Thomson Reuters data and analysis, and are the only global university performance tables to rank world-class universities across all of their core missions including teaching, research, knowledge transfer and international outlook. – Yahind.com
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    Kailash Satyarthi, Malala Yousafzai Win Nobel Peace Prize for 2014

    Kailash Satyarthi, Malala Yousafzai Win Nobel Peace Prize for 2014

    Child rights activist Kailash Satyarthi and Pakistani teen Malala Yousafzai will share the prestigious Nobel peace prize for 2014. The two have been named joint winners of the 1.1 million dollar prize for their “struggle against the suppression of children and young people and for the right of all children to education.” The Nobel jury said it was “an important point for a Hindu and a Muslim, an Indian and a Pakistani, to join in a common struggle for education and against extremism.” Kailash Satyarthi had maintained Gandhi’s tradition and headed various forms of protests and demonstrations focusing on the grave exploitation of children for financial gain, the committee said. The 60-year-old activist, whose “Bachpan Bachao Andolan” is believed to have rescued some 80,000 children forced to work in factories and mines, has never received any award from the Indian government. “The voice of crores of children has been heard,” Kailash Satyarthi told NDTV, dedicating his award to the nation. (Noble Peace Prize Winner Kailash Satyarthi: 5 Facts About His Work) 17-year-old schoolgirl-activist Malala Yusoufzai won for what the Nobel Committee called her “heroic struggle” for girls’ right to education. The youngest ever Nobel laureate was reportedly pulled out of class in a Birmingham school to be informed about the big award. Malala Yusoufzai was shot in the head by the Taliban two years ago in Pakistan’s Swat Valley for defying a ban on girls going to school. She was airlifted to Britain, where she was treated for life-threatening injuries. The committee said Malala had shown by example that children and young people, too, can contribute to improving their own situation. The Nobel Peace Prize usually acknowledges “work for fraternity between nations, for the abolition or reduction of standing armies and for the holding and promotion of peace congresses.” But over time, the jury has widened the concept of peace work to include efforts to improve human rights, fight poverty and clean up the environment. – NDTV
    Canada cracks down on Gulf passport seekers

    Canada cracks down on Gulf passport seekers

    Tom MacDonaldRiyadh: Ghazanfar Ali Khan A large number of workers and professionals who have applied for Canadian citizenship under a new law will face difficulty coming back to Gulf states, including Saudi Arabia, to earn petro dollars after acquiring Canadian passports. The Canadian government has introduced the new law, which changes the rules for acquiring citizenship and invalidates the passports of terrorists. “Traditionally, Canada has welcomed immigrants of all nationalities, but now, the Bill C-24 is placing conditions on the issuance of Canadian passports,” said a report released by the Canadian government. The local Canadian mission justified the move, saying that new policy requirements on Canadian citizenship are in no way aimed at limiting options for individuals to work in the Gulf or any other part of the world. “The focus is on ensuring that those who become Canadian citizens have established a clear link with Canada by living there for a certain duration prior to being granted citizenship,” Canadian Ambassador Tom MacDonald told Arab News on Monday. “If someone wants to become a citizen of a country, it is only reasonable that they demonstrate a genuine link to that country,” he added. MacDonald said Canada takes great pride in being a multicultural country and remains open to new citizens of all backgrounds, “but our citizenship policy is aimed at welcoming those who truly want to become part of Canadian society,” said the envoy, adding that Canada is not there to accommodate individuals who are simply seeking passports of convenience. The Canadian administration is cracking down on the common practice of staying in the country for a short period of time just to get a Canadian passport and then returning to the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) to continue working on a GCC work permit. According to the new rule, those wishing to be permanent residents will have to stay in Canada for at least 1,460 days, including 183 days for tax purposes, and will have to pay Canadian tax. They will also have to stay in Canada for six years before applying for Canadian citizenship. The government meanwhile has begun invalidating the passports of Canadians who have left to join extremist groups in Syria and Iraq, Canadian Citizenship and Immigration Minister Chris Alexander revealed in an interview published recently. The minister told the National Post that his department had also revoked the passports of several Canadians who had not yet left the country, but who had intended to travel to the volatile region to enlist as foreign fighters. Furthermore, the Canadian government is insisting that applicants pass an English language test and another test assessing knowledge of the country. There are about 15,000 Canadian passport holders currently living and working in Saudi Arabia.  
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    Dr.Syed Fazil Hussain Parvez Felicitated in Jeddah

    Dr.Syed Fazil Hussain Parvez Felicitated in Jeddah - Nov 15 2014

    L to R Amin Ansari, Nadim,Salman,Salim,Muzaffar,Dr.Syed Fazil Hussain Parvez, Dr.Syed Ali Mehmood, Syed Khaja Viqar, Aijaz Khan,Qudrath,Syed Aziz.By: Syed Rafathullah Shah Jeddah: An Islamic convention was organized under the patronage of Global Islamic Circle of Peace and Unity and in association with the Twin-Cities Youth Welfare Forum to discuss ways and means to rejuvenate traditional Islamic education system among the youths who are often exploited by the unlawful Islamic teachings. The conventional meeting also featured a felicitation function in honor of the renowned Indian journalist, Dr. Syed Fazil Hussain Parvez who was here to perform Umrah. Dr. Syed Ali Mahmood head of the Islamic Circle, welcomed the visiting dignitary Dr. Parvez, for his contributions to strengthen the foundations of Islam through his feature columns. Dr. Mahmood said: “The glowing face of Dr. Parvez represents the sincerity of his works and his unbiased journalistic craftsmanship earned him a good name in the legacy of the Indian journalistic field”. Cautioning the youth against exploitation due to ignorance and lack of basic Islamic knowledge, he said: “Islam is the complete way of life, encompassing spiritual, as well as social and economic aspects of human life, but the sorry state of Muslim is that they are backward, despite possessing treasures of rich knowledge that endeavors the community to regain a prominent place among the nations and tribes”. Dr. Mahmood underscored the importance of traditional Islamic education that promotes the moral, spiritual and intellectual development of learners through the intensive study of the Holy Qur’an, as well as the dissemination of knowledge would help the learners to live in conformity with the basic values and to brace ones Islamic faith. For this, he proposed a number of innovative concepts to propagate Islamic knowledge, among them were to (at-least) memorize the last volume of the Holy Quran with its meaning and translation both in English and Urdu for a better understanding and further he advised the members to shun themselves from the curse of social networking websites like; WhatsApp, Skype and the other modes of messaging by the least 11 in the night so that one can spare his precious time to devote and enrich from the teachings of Qur’an and Hadith. Detailing his informative speech, Dr. Mahmood questioned the attendees whether they have noticed the native Arabic speakers often weeps while reciting Qur’anic verses and why not we non-Arabs? The answer is simple, it is because they understand the very significance of verses and we simply recite without understanding, so it is the perquisite for us to possess minimum acquaintance of the Arabic language in order to know the message from the Almighty. Aijaz Ahmed Khan, KTT Trustee and the member of the advisory board of ‘Gawah’ weekly news tabloid, expressed his happiness for raising the issue of traditional Islamic education at a time when the community is being blacklisted. According to Khan, there is a general feeling among the varied class of men that only Qur’an education would lead us to a less and rational livelihoods, I strongly oppose to this notion that is being originated from opponents of Islam. The teachings of Qur’an would certainly ‘herald the true Islamic principles’ among the youth. He recalled the past glory of the Muslim world and said: “The so-called advanced nations of today, like the US, Japan and others, have benefitted themselves from the teachings of Qur’an and have inherited its true essence in their routine lives, but whereas we ought to emulate them although these principles were first revealed upon us – it’s ridiculous and mockery of Islam that we portray before our rivals”. The chief-guest of the convention, Dr. Parvez in his extempore speech applauded the community members for the wonderful function to honor him and expressed gratitude to the Almighty for bestowing him with His mercies and showering him what he pleaded and what he did not. He said: “The revelation of the Holy Qur’an begins with the term of medical sciences like the creation of mankind and proportioned with destined and guidance, almost 700 verses lingos with the study of the physical and natural world and phenomena”. He reminded the audience, as to why our Prophet Muhammad (SAS) asked his companion to go far-off distances like China to acquire knowledge; it is because in those days China was the leader in astronomy, the natural science of celestial objects coupled with physics, chemistry and evolution of objects. He said it is due to the true understanding of the Holy Qur’an that Muslims became the first architects and science and numerologies. Take the example of Algebra, the Arabic terminology of reunion of broken parts and is also the broad fraction of mathematics and geometry. Explaining the importance of Qur’an and the modern world, Dr. Parvez said the ascending of our Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAS) to Mi’raj and the mentioning of ‘Al-Lawh Al-Mahfooz’ in the Quran are all well understood with the advancement of science, the smallest memory chip or the nanotechnology of today’s world, explains the idea of the Mighty Book that preserves infinity of data without any defect of whatsoever. Earlier the Twin-Cities Events Director, Azmath Ali Emran highlighted the activities of the forum that came into existence for the overall development of the youth’s personality and to fillip-top the hidden talents among them and also caters philanthropically on educational and sport fields among others. He said: “Twin-Cities play a vital role either on its own or sometimes in association with other social outfits in arranging lectures or felicitation functions of the visiting dignitaries and intellectuals from the Indian subcontinent”. The program was anchored by the President of Twin-Cities Syed Khaja Viqaruddin, who shared his views about the significance of Qur’an and said: “I echo the similar views expressed by Dr. Mahmood that we all should cut-off from the dreadful communication modes in the nighttime and instill ourselves with the principles of Quran to lead a prosperous life not only in this mortal world but in the afterlife which is the true concept of realization, wherein individual life continues to exist forever”. The other speakers who shared the dais were Mirza Qudrath Baig, executive member of the Global Islamic Circle, Mehtab Qader from the Urdu-Gulban.com and a prominent journalist of a leading English language news broadsheet. The program commenced with the recitation of a few verses from the Holy Qur’an by Syed Jamalullah Qadri, followed by Naat-e-Shareef or eulogy by Yousufuddin Riyaz. In the function souvenirs and mementos were also offered to the chief-guest jointly by the core committee members and flower bouquets by Aleem Khan Falaki, a social reformist. – Yahind.com
    Journalism – a noble profession, inherited from our Prophets

    Journalism – a noble profession, inherited from our Prophets - Nov 06 2014

    Dr. Fazil Hussain Parvez addressing to the Indian community in Riyadh (Photo: K N Wasif)- Mohammed Saifuddin, Riyadh Renowned Journalist and Editor of Gawah Urdu Weekly Dr. Syed Fazil Hussain Parvez said that Journalism is the noble and sacred profession which was inherited to the generations by none other than our holy prophets. Right from the beginning of Adam’s arrival in this world till the end of prophet hood, all the Prophets dedicated their lives to spread the holy message of Allah to the mankind; and that was the foundation of Journalism. Dr. Fazil Hussain Parvez was addressing to the members of the Indian community who gathered at a restaurant in Riyadh to extend him warm reception and felicitation in recognition of his long journalistic services. The event was organized by Tanzeem Hum Hindustani (THH). Decrying the falling ethos in this noble profession, Dr. Parvez said most of the journalists forgot the real spirit of this profession and harmed it by involving in corrupt practices like black mailing, paid journalism etc. He stressed on the necessity for journalists to learn the Islamic limitations for this profession. We have to avoid provocative and sentimental journalism so that vast Muslim cause can be achieved. Speaking about the corrupt practices in Journalism, Editor of Gawah said it began more than a century back when Jews held their conference in Brussels in 1870 and decided to control the media so that the world could be captured. Now we can see that they have succeeded in their mission where many big media houses are owned by them. Highlighting the poor standard of life of Urdu Journalists, Dr. Parvez said Urdu Journalists are not as affluent as journalists of other languages but still many of them safeguard the ethos of the profession. He appealed the readers to join hands with journalists so that they can work together for the greater cause of Indian Muslims. Prominent Indian businessman and philanthropist Dr. Nadeem Tarin said it is the necessity of time to strengthen the Urdu publications by all the possible means. It is the responsibility of affluent members of the community to come forward and offer financial assistance to support and encourage newspapers like Gawah which are genuinely working for the real cause of the Muslim community. On behalf of the Indian community in Riyadh, Tarin assured Dr. Pavez all the possible support will be extended to him. President Hira Education Society Salem Zubedi said police, press and politicians make a vicious circle and we have stay from this. He said Quranic teachings are very important for journalism and it should be followed by journalists. President Tanzeem Hum Hindustani Mr. Mohammed Qaiser said that Journalists are responsible for many problems and chaos in the world. If they follow the ethics and honesty they can bring revolutions in the world. It is said that pen is mightier than sword, but the problem is that we have left behind its proper usage. Once we revive our strong grip over the pen, we can bring huge changes. He wished Pavrez success in all his future endeavors. President Middle East NRI Association (MENA) Mr. Akhtar ul Islam Siddiqi Nadwi said that Islam should be represented in our writings. Newspapers should strive to spread the real message of Islam. He highlighted the importance of Journalism quoting the verses of Holy Quran and termed it as the profession of prophets. In his last sermon Prophet Mohammed (PBUH) asked the audience to spread his message to others who did not attend there. Spreading this noble message was journalism. Journalists should follow the prophets as their role model. They can do justice with their profession only by being Sadiq and Ameen. President Hindustani Bazm-e-Urdu Architect Abdulrahman Saleem said media should play important role in creating awareness among our youth so that they stay away from militant activities. Youth are getting attracted towards it due to lack of awareness and media can make a difference by creating awareness among them. Prominent Banker Syed Ahmed Ziauddin expressed his concern over the corruption in the fields of judiciary and journalism. He said the last general elections of the Indian parliament witnessed the worst example of the corruption in media where all the big channels promoted Modi falsely. President Bazm-e-Farogh-e-Urdu Mr. Wali ur Rahman stressed on the necessity to encourage and bring younger generation in journalism as this fields lacks proper Muslim representation. Senior Pakistani journalist Javeed Choudhary recited poetic verses in appreciation of the guest. On this occasion, it was disclosed that Dr. Fazil Hussain Parvez will shortly take charge of Rahnuma-e-Deccan and will join as its editor. THH felicitated him upon receiving Ph.D. from Osmania University. President THH Mohammed Qaiser presented memento of appreciation to Dr. Syed Fazil Hussain Parvez. On this occasion THH also felicitated young novelist Saifur Rahman upon success of his first novel “The Nucle Sage” and organizers expressed best wishes for his second novel “Inara” which is expected to be released by the end of this year. Mohammed Liyaqat Ali Hashmi introduced the guest and went through the memory lane to recall his association with the guest. The function began with the recitation of holy Quran by Master Mohammed Abdul Rafey. Anzer Hyderabadi recited Naat-e-Rasool. Naqiuddin Akram presented bouquet to the guest. Prominent members of the Indian and Pakistani community and representatives of different social and cultural organizations participated the event prominent among them were Javeed Akhtar Chowdhary (Pakistani Writers Forum), A A Shamee Khan, President Deccan Cultural Asspcoation), Ahmed Badshah (AMOUBA), Ghazal Mehdi (JMIAA, Riyadh), Aftab Nizami, M A Rasool, young novelist Saif ur Rahman, Dr. Ozair Ghazi, Ubaid ur Rahman (Convenor Milli Forum Riyadh), Misbah ul Arifeen (President, Indian Scientists Research Association, Ahsan Nadvi, Ahmed Muneeruddin Khaled, Mohammed Saleem Ahmed Shahabi, Mohammed Abdul Razzak Naveed. – Yahind.com
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    Narendra Modi met Saudi Crown Prince

    Narendra Modi met Saudi Crown Prince

    Hon’ble Prime Minister of India H.E. Mr. Narendra Modi meeting with His Royal Highness Crown Prince Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defence, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia on the sidelines of G20 Meeting in Brisbane – November 16, 2014
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