Sir Ziauddin Ahmad CIE born Ziauddin Ahmed Zuberi on 13 February — died on 23 December was an Indian mathematician  parliamentarianlogiciannatural philosopherpolitician, political theoristeducationist and a scholar. Inhe was appointed a member of the Calcutta University Commission  also known as the Sadler Commission.
College School. He passed high school in first division and was awarded the Lang Medal and a government scholarship.Syed Saifuddin Ahmed on Holy EiD-E Miladunnabi - 2016
He returned to Aligarh and passed his B. A in in first division, standing first among science students, and was awarded Strachy Gold Medal. Soon after passing B. On the basis of merit he was nominated for the post of deputy collector, but Ahmad declined the offer and elected to continue in the service of the college.
Sir Syed offered him a permanent appointment in the grade of Rsprovided he signed a bond to serve for a period of five years. He responded by undertaking to serve for his entire life. A highly impressed Sir Syed tore up the bond. He was the first Muslim to obtain a D. Mathematicsfrom Allahabad University.
His field was complex logarithms applications. He published in differential geometry and algebraic geometry. Sc from the latter in InAhmad left for England on a government scholarship and obtained his honours degree in mathematics from Cambridge University. He was awarded the Isaac Newton Scholarship inthe first Indian awardee becoming the first Indian to secure this coveted honour.
He visited Al Azhar UniversityCairo to understand their academic methodologies. On his return to India inAhmad joined his alma mater.
He became a professor of history at Muhammadan Anglo-Oriental College and in was selected principal. He coached students who were seeking admission at Roorkie Engineering College. He held seminars and coached students in engineering and forestry.
Ahmad paid to bring students to Muhammadan Anglo-Oriental College. One of the most notable was Hasrat Mohaniwho hailed from Kanpur and was planning to go to Lucknow. They made innovations in teaching and other discoveries.
Kureishy as secretary. The society continues as Aligarh Mathematical Society. The Department of Mathematics was founded when MAO College was given the status of a residential University inbecoming one of its oldest departments.
Ahmad was the first professor and head of the department. He declined the offer in favor of a position as assistant lecturer at the college making Rs. Khan offered Ahmad a five-year contract, but Ahmad told him that he planned to spend his life there and that anyone who would stay only complete a contract would not be worth keeping.
International reactions to the Saudi-led intervention in Yemen (2015–present)
Khan tore up the contract  and Ahmad's career as a teacher began.International reactions to the Saudi-led intervention in Yemen of were mixed. Most other Arab League nations and several Western governments backed the Saudi Arabia -led military coalition, but other governments warned against an escalation in the violent situation in Yemen.
Pakistan dispatched two special PIA flights to evacuate some stranded Pakistanis on 29 March The Indian government responded by deploying ships and planes to Yemen to evacuate stranded Indians.
Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj stated that since all the airports in Yemen were closed, they planned to bring people to the neighbouring country of Djibouti by ship, and from there to India by aircraft. The operation ended on 11 April China also evacuated of its own nationals and eight foreigners who worked for Chinese companies in Yemen. The Ethiopian Foreign Ministry said it would airlift its citizens out of Yemen if they requested to be evacuated.
Malaysia also planned to evacuate its citizens from Yemen, according to its Foreign Minister, Anifah Amanbut it was unclear whether they would be moved out by air or land.
On 4 Aprilthe ICRC called for a hour humanitarian ceasefire after the coalition blocked three aid shipments to Yemen. On 7 April, China renewed calls for an immediate ceasefire. The Parliament clarified the wish to maintain a neutral diplomatic stance.
Other provisions in the resolution include appointing UN Secretary General, Ban Ki-moon, to "facilitate" the provision of aid, including humanitarian pauses.
It also called on all involved parties to participate in peace talks in Riyadh. The resolution was sponsored by the Gulf States and Jordan, which held a rotating Security Council seat.
Following the resignation, Secretary General Ban called for an immediate ceasefire to facilitate the delivery of aid. On 16 April, a group of US- and UK-based Yemen scholars wrote an open letter, stating that the operation was illegal under international law and calling for the UN to enforce an immediate ceasefire. On 17 April, Iran submitted to the United Nations a four-point peace proposal aimed at ending the conflict.
The proposal called for an immediate ceasefire and end of all foreign military attacks, humanitarian assistance, a resumption of broad national dialogue and "establishment of an inclusive national unity government". The same day, Saudi Arabia pledged to fund the entire appeal. On 18 April, the Chinese Foreign Ministry announced that Chinese president, Xi Jinpinghad called King Salman and urged him to increase efforts to find a political solution to end the crisis.
On 19 April, Oxfam condemned Saudi Arabia over airstrikes it said hit one of its warehouses containing humanitarian supplies in Saada. On 21 April, the Iranian Foreign Minister announced that he was hopeful that a ceasefire would be under effect later in the day. On 24 April, the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation announced it would hold an extraordinary meeting to discuss the situation.
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Aid groups came out against the air campaign: Amnesty International said some of the coalition's airstrikes "appear to have failed to take necessary precautions to minimize harm to civilians and damage to civilian objects". On 24 April, thousands of Nigerians demonstrated in Kano following Friday prayers to denounce the Saudi attacks. According to the constitution, any leader, president or commander that requested military foreign intervention was to be tried for treason.
On 27 April, Benomar stated in a press conference that Yemeni political parties had been close to agreeing on a final peace deal before the airstrikes started. On 29 April, peace activist group "Women's Power to Stop War" demanded an end to the conflict and sent letters to over 10 embassies and representatives, denouncing the conflict following a plea by Yemeni activist, Amal Basha.
Ricesaying, "There is no military solution to the crisis in Yemen, and the humanitarian situation will only worsen if the conflict continues.
The council did not agree on a Russian-drafted statement demanding an immediate ceasefire in what the Russian delegate called "amazing indecision. On 4 May, the UN called on the coalition to stop attacking Sanaa Airport to allow delivery of humanitarian aid. ICRC head in Yemen, Cedric Schweizer, said "The harsh restrictions on importations imposed by the Coalition for the past six weeks, added to the extreme fuel shortages, have made the daily lives of Yemenis unbearable, and their suffering immense".Saifuddin Kitchlew 15 January — 9 October was an Indian freedom fighterbarristerpolitician and a critic of Pakistan Movement.
He is most remembered for the protests in Punjab after the implementation of Rowlatt Act in Marchafter which on 10 April, he and another leader Satyapal, were secretly sent to Dharamsala. A public protest rally against their arrest and that of Gandhion 13 April at Jallianwala BaghAmritsarled to the infamous Jallianwala Bagh massacre.
His father owned a pashmina and saffron trading business and originally belonged to a Brahmin family of Baramulla. His ancestor, Prakash Ram Kitchlew, had converted to Islam and his grandfather, Ahmed Jo migrated from Kashmir in the midth century after the Kashmir famine of On his return he established his legal practice in Amritsar, and soon came in contact with Gandhi.
Inhe was elected the Municipal Commissioner of the city of Amritsar. He took part in the Satyagraha Non-cooperation movement and soon left his practice to join the freedom movement, as well as the All India Khilafat Committee.
Kitchlew was first exposed to Indian nationalism after public outcry over the Rowlatt Acts. Kitchlew was arrested with Gandhi and Dr. Satyapal for leading protests in Punjab against the legislation.
To protest the arrest of the trio, a public meeting had gathered at the Jallianwala Baghwhen General Reginald Dyer and his troops fired upon the unarmed, civilian crowd. Hundreds were killed, and hundreds more injured. This act was the worst case of civilian massacre since the Indian rebellion of and riots broke out throughout the Punjab. Kitchlew was also the chairman of the reception committee of the Congress session in Lahore inwhere on 26 Januarythe Indian National Congress declared Indian independence and inaugurated an era of civil disobedience and revolution aimed to achieve full independence.
Kithclew was a founding leader of the Naujawan Bharat Sabha Indian Youth Congresswhich rallied hundreds of thousands of students and young Indians to nationalist causes.
He started an Urdu daily Tanzim and was instrumental in the establishment of Swaraj Ashram in January at Amritsar to train young men for national work and to promote Hindu-Muslim unity. Throughout the struggles, Kitchlew was repeatedly arrested, and in all spent fourteen years behind bars. Kitchlew was opposed to the Muslim League 's demand for Pakistan and later in the s became President of the Punjab Congress Committee. In he strongly opposed the acceptance of the Partition of India. He spoke out against it at public meetings across the country, and at the All India Congress Committee session that ultimately voted for the resolution.
He called it a blatant "surrender of nationalism for communalism". Some years after partition and Independence, he left the Congress.
He moved closer to the Communist Party of India. Kitchlew moved to Delhi after his house burnt down during the partition of India riots ofspending the rest of his life working for closer political and diplomatic relations with the USSR. He received the Stalin Peace Prize in He died on 9 Octobersurvived by a son, Toufique Kitchlewwho lives in a Lampur village on the outskirts of Delhi, and five daughters.
While four of his daughters married men from Pakistan, one daughter, Zahida Kitchlew, was married to Malayalam music director M. Sreenivasana Hindu man.
A colony in LudhianaPunjab, popularly called Kitchlu Nagar, is named after him. Indian Post released a special commemorative stamp featuring him in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Saifuddin Kitchlew. AmritsarPunjabBritish India. The Tribune. Daily Times.Mohammad Saifuddin Bangladesh. Personal Information. He was na Full profile. ODI debut. Premadasa Stadium, Apr 04, He was named for the World Cup squad following impressive performances at the junior level. The seam-bowling all-rounder was an integral member of the Bangladesh unit which won five out of the six matches and finished third in the multi-nation tournament.
After the U World Cup, Saifuddin had a few hiccups - fitness issues and was reported for a suspect bowling action. Saifuddin was hit for five successive sixes in an over by Miller, who went onto smash the joint fastest T20I century 35 deliveries.
Saifuddin failed to prove his mettle in the following couple of matches he played and that resulted in him being dropped. However, contrary to popular opinion, Saifuddin was picked for the home ODI series against Zimbabwe in October and the all-rounder silenced his critics in his comeback game. With his team under pressure, Saifuddin stitched a run match-winning stand with Imrul Kayes, with the former recording his maiden ODI half-century. With the bat in his hand, Saifuddin uses the long handle to good effect and he is strong in front of square on either side of the wicket.
If he can be more disciplined with the ball, Saifuddin would be a promising prospect for Bangladesh in the long run. What to expect in the WC? The under World Cup was one stage on which Mohammad Saifuddin announced his arrival with a flurry of wickets. But few things would have changed when he dons the WC jersey for the senior team in the WC. A skiddy bowler with a good yorker, Saifuddin bowled really well in the Ireland tri-series which was Bangladesh's first multi-tournament win in ODIs.
With Mashrafe's career in its last lap, Saifuddin will have to be potent in combination with Mustafizur. His lusty hitting will be another x-factor that might work for Bangladesh in times of need. He will mostly operate with the new and the old ball, and that is usually where the game is won or lost. A vital cog to his team, there would be eye-balls on Saifuddin. Related Articles. Saifuddin eyes international return post recovery.
Saifuddin ruled out of India T20s. Saifuddin set to miss India T20Is after recurrence of back issue.Saifuddin Ahmed — 27 September was a Bangladeshi actor. Ahmed started his acting career through Mukh O Mukhoshthe first feature film in Bengali language produced in East Pakistan now Bangladesh. Ahmed married to Sufia Ahmed on 16 June From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article needs additional citations for verification.
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After the Partition of India inhis family moved to Gopibagh, Dhaka. He graduated from Dhaka University with a masters in Political Science. He was a founder of Brothers Union and Chhayanaut. He was involved with student politics and protested against President Ayub Khan and governments Education Commission Report. He was one of the architects of Eleven Points Programme. Following the mass uprising, President Ayub Khan resigned and Manik decided to focus on trade union activities.
Manik had fought in the Bangladesh Liberation war in a unit composed of wing students. After the independence of Bangladesh, he joined the Communist Party of Bangladesh and was elected to the Central Secretariat of the party.
Inthe Communist Party of Bangladesh divided into different parties and he helped organize a new party, Gano Forum. Inhe became the General Secretary of Gano Forum, a position he held till his death. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Bangladeshi politician. Retrieved 19 March The Business Standard. The Daily Star. Categories : births deaths People from Jalpaiguri district Bangladeshi communists Gano Forum politicians. Hidden categories: Articles with short description.
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Saifuddin Ahmed, PhD. Overview With medical background and training in demography and epidemiology, I plan to continue my research endeavor in the following areas: a. Population and Family Health Sciences reproductive health reproductive epidemiology family planning maternal mortality and morbidity estimation complex population surveys. Impact of a nurse mentoring program on the quality of labour and delivery care at primary healthcare facilities in Bihar, India.
BMJ Global Health, ;0:e Trends in contraceptive prevalence rates in sub-Saharan Africa since the London Summit on Family Planning: results from repeated cross-sectional surveys. Ahmed, S, Q. Li, L. Liu and A. Lancet, July; : Ahmed, S and K. Maternal mortality estimation for sub-national areas in Bangladesh. Bulletin of World Health Organization. Economic status, education and empowerment: implications for maternal health service utilization in developing countries.