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Are Indian Minorities Backward?

Discussion in 'Social & Current Events' started by notsuperstitious, Jan 30, 2009.

  1. Bane Blade

    Bane Blade SENIOR MEMBER

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    Once you are done deciding who supports who I would like to ask a bit about Hyderabad and the fact that if it is pro or anti Bangladesh considering it is their, I have also asked a Hyderabadi muslim and he is a die hard fan of Pakistan Cricket team and says that they wouldn't dare host an Indo-Pak match in Hyderabad.
     
  2. Zob

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    well i know a few Indian Muslims who actually hate creation of pakistan.....the problem is what u don't have u don't realise u r missing....
     
  3. notsuperstitious

    notsuperstitious ELITE MEMBER

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    I don't think i miss some hindu religious mulla telling me how to live my life.
     
  4. Zob

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    huhhh what???.... i don't understand ur statement HINDU MULLAH...i didnot say anything my friend that offended u r religion or anything.....
     
  5. shravan

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    I also don't understand his statement.
     
  6. Hasnain2009

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    U also have mullahs!!
    We are tired of pk mullahs!!:hitwall:
     
  7. dabong1

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    Why......have they been running the country for the last 60 years?
     
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    No fake mullah is runing our country!! Fake mullahs can only ruin country!!
    Dont u see what are these fake mullahs doing in tribal areas of pakistan!!
    And the true muslim mullahs and scholars dont support them!!
     
  9. dabong1

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    So your saying zardari is a mullah.....Gillani is a mullah........Kiyani is a mullah?

    The problem only began once the pak army moved in and tried to stop the tribesman from helping the taliban across the border.......wold you rather the pak army fight for the US or fight with the taliban against the US?
    The track record of the americans helping pakistan speaks for itself.
     
  10. Bhushan

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    List of Bharat Ratna Awardees

    1963: Dr. Zakir Hussain

    1992: Maulana Abul Kalam Azad
    1997: A.P.J. Abdul Kalam

    2001: Bismillah Khan

    List of Dronacharya Award Winners

    2005: Ismail Baig (Rowing)
    2000 : S.M. Arif (Badminton)

    1994 : Md. Ilyas Babar (Athletics)
    1990 : Syed Naeemuddin (Football)

    List of Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar awardees


    1963: Sibte Hasan Zaidi [Medical Sciences]
    1975: Obaid Siddiqi [Biological Sciences]
    1978: Hassan Nasiem Siddiquie [Earth Sciences]
    1983: Syed Mahmood Naqvi [Earth Sciences]
    1995: Seyed Ehtesham Hasnain [Biological Sciences]
    1995: Mustansir Barma [Physical Sciences]
    1996: Syed Wajih Ahmad Naqvi [Earth Sciences]

    1999-2002 data is not available.

    2005: Dr Javed Naim Agrewala [Medical Sciences]
    The Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar Prize for the year 2005 in Medical Sciences has been awarded to Dr Javed Naim Agrewala of the Institute of Microbial Technology, Chandigarh. Dr Agrewala has made significant contributions in understanding the bidirectional regulation of Th1 and Th2 cells. He has developed a novel and unique vaccination strategy for inducing protective immunity in Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection.

    2006: Dr. Gufran-ullah Beig [Earth, Atmosphere, Ocean & Planetary Sciences]
    Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology, Pune
    Dr Beig has made significant contributions related to middle and upper atmospheric response to anthropogenic emissions of green house gases. His prediction of mesospheric cooling by 2 to 4k/ decade has serious future
    implications.

    List of Parliamentarians

    1 Lok Sabha: Muslim Members=22 Total Members=466
    2 Lok Sabha: Muslim Members=19 Total Members=474
    3 Lok Sabha: Muslim Members=26 Total Members=500
    4 Lok Sabha: Muslim Members=28 Total Members=505
    5 Lok Sabha: Muslim Members=32 Total Members=510
    6 Lok Sabha: Muslim Members=33 Total Members=533
    7 Lok Sabha: Muslim Members=51 Total Members=551
    8 Lok Sabha: Muslim Members=48 Total Members=538
    9 Lok Sabha: Muslim Members=31 Total Members=529
    10 Lok Sabha: Muslim members=21 Total Members=535
    11 Lok Sabha: Muslim Members=24 Total Members=545
    12 Lok Sabha: Muslim Members=27 Total Members=545
    13 Lok Sabha: Muslim Members=30 Total Members=568
    14 Lok Sabha: Muslim Members=32 Total Members=545
     
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    List of Sahitya Akademi Award Winners

    Every year since its inception in 1954, the Sahitya Akademi awards prizes to the most outstanding books of literary merit published in any of the major Indian languages recognised by it. The award carries a monetary component (Rs. 40, 000) and a plaque.

    Award is given in 22 languages and Muslim names have figured in 7 languages[Assamese, Bengali, Kashmiri, Malyalam, Rajasthani, Tamil, and Urdu].

    1950s
    1955 Maal aur Mashiyat (Philosophical treatise) Zafar Hussain Khan [Urdu]
    1956 Qaumi Tehzib Ka Masala (A survey of Indian culture) S. Abid Hussain [Urdu]
    1957 Mir Taqi Mir (Literary criticism) K.A. Faruqui [Urdu]
    1958 Sat Sangar (Short stories) Akhtar Mohi- ud- Din (Ghulam Mohiud- Din- Akhtar Wani) [Kashmiri]
    1958 Atish-i-Gul (Poetry) `Jigar Muradabadi' (Ali Sikandar) [Urdu]
    1959 Urdu Drama aur Stage (History of Urdu drama and stage) Syed Masud Hasan Rizvi [Urdu]

    1960s
    1961 Nauroz-i-Saba (Poetry) A. Rahman Rahi [Kashmiri]
    1961 Diwan-i-Ghalib (A critical edition of Ghalib's poetry) Imtiaz Ali `Arshi' [Urdu]
    1962 Yadein (Poetry) Akhtar-ul-Iman [Urdu]
    1963 Aandhi Mein Chiragh (Sketches) K.G. Saiyidain [Urdu]
    1967 Laveh Te Praveh (Poetry) Amin Kamil [Kashmiri]
    1967 Patjhar Ki Awaz (Short stories) Qurratulain Hyder [Urdu]
    1969 Ka `Shri Zab': Ny Hund Alleqavaad Phera (Linguistic study) Abdul Khaliq Tak Zainageri [Kashmiri]
    1969 Bisat-Raqs (Poetry) Makhdum Mohiuddin [Urdu]

    1970s
    1970 Adhunikata O Rabindranath (Literary criticism) Abu Sayeed Ayyub [Bengali]
    1970 Lahoo Ke Phool (Novel) Hayatullah Ansari [Urdu]
    1970 Maqualaat (Essays) Mohiuddin Hajini [Kashmiri]
    1971 Ghalib ki Shakhsiyat aur Shairi (Literary criticism) Rasheed Ahmad Siddiqui [Urdu]
    1972 Suyya (Play) Ali Mohammad Lone [Kashmiri]
    1972 Aghari Atmar Kahini (Novel) Syed Abdul Malik [Assamese]
    1974 Nazar aur Nazariya (Literary criticism) Ale Ahmed Suroor [Urdu]
    1975 Gaashir Munaar (Essays) Ghulam Nabi Khayal [Kashmiri]
    1975 Awara Sajde (Poetry) Kaifi Azmi [Urdu]
    1976 Khak-e-Dil (Poetry) *Jan Nisar Akhtar [Urdu]
    1978 Hafiz aur Iqbal (Critcism) Yusuf Husain Khan [Urdu]
    1979 Nawa-e-Awara (Poetry) Gulam Rabbani Taban [Urdu]
    1979 Partavistan (Poetry) Marghoob Banihali [Kashmiri]

    1980s
    1980 Iqbal Ki Terah Nazmen (Literary criticism) A.A. Ansari [Urdu]
    1984 Essay (Essays) Mohd. Zaman Azurdah [Kashmiri]
    1984 Iqbal Ki Nazari-o-Amali Sheriyat (Criticism) Masud Husain Khan [Urdu]
    1985 Lole Vetsar (Poetry) Mirza G.H. Beg Arif [Kashmiri]
    1986 Tanquidi Afkar (Literary criticism) Shamsur Rahman Faruqi [Urdu]
    1987 Khwab Ka Dar Band Hai (Poetry) A. M. K. Shahryar [Urdu]
    1987 Awaz-i-Dost (Poetry) Mir Ghulam Rasool Nazki [Kashmiri]
    1988 Pun-Te-Paap (Novel) Ghulam Nabi Gauhar [Kashmiri]
    1988 Aatish-e-Chinar (Autobiography) *Sheikh Muhammad Abdullah [Urdu]

    1990s
    1990 Do Gaz Zameen (Novel) Abdus Samad [Urdu]
    1990 Kashur Sarmaya (Poetry) Fazil Kashmiri [Kashmiri]
    1991 Achhre Tsange (Poetry) Ghulam Nabi Tak Naazir [Kashmiri]
    1991 Identity Card (Novel) Salahuddin Pervez [Urdu]
    1992 Chautha Aasmaan (Poetry) Mohammed Alvi [Urdu]
    1992 Amaar (Poetry) Shafi Shaida [Kashmiri]
    1993 Kenh Natu Kenh (Essays) Syed Rasool Pompur [Kashmiri]
    1993 Daivathinte Kannu (Novel) N.P. Mohammed [Malyalam]
    1994 Pichhle Mausam Ka Phool (Poetry) Mazhar Imam [Urdu]
    1994 Kaeji Raath (Play) Sajood Sailani [Kashmiri]
    1994 Aleek Manush (Novel) Syed Mustafa Siraj [Bengali]
    1995 Naar Hatun Kazal Wanas (Poetry) M. Farooq Nazki [Kashmiri]
    1996 Fire Area (Novel) Ilyas Ahmad Gaddi [Urdu]
    1997 Nai Che Nallan (Poetry) Rafiq Raaz [Kashmiri]
    1997 Chaivu Narkali (Novel) Thoppil Mohamed Miran [Tamil]
    1998 Mahjoor Shinasi (Criticism) Mohammad Yousuf Taing [Kashmiri]
    1998 Khoya Hua Sa Kuch (Poetry) Nida Fazli [Urdu]
    1999 Aas (Poetry) Bashir Badr [Urdu]
    1999 Vahrat (Poetry) Rashid Nazki [Kashmiri]
    1999 Aalapanai (Poetry) S. Abdul Rahman [Tamil]

    2000s
    2000 Sookhi Tahni Par Hariyal (Poetry) Mohd. Idrees Ambar Bahraichi [Urdu]
    2001 Gharano (Novel) Abdul Vaheed "Kamal" [Rajasthani]
    2001 Taoos Chaman Ki Maina (Short stories) Naiyer Masud [Urdu]
    2001 Rikhah (Poetry) *Mohiud- Din- Gowhar [Kashmiri]
    2002 Pursaan (Criticism) Naji Munawar [Kashmiri]
    2003 Baad-E-Saba Ka Intizar (Short Stories) Syed Muhammad Ashraf [Urdu]
    2004 Sada Te Samandar (Poetry) Gh. Nabi Firaq [Kashmiri]
    2004 Shikasta Buton Ke Darmiyan (Short Stories) Salam Bin Razzak [Urdu]
    2005 Ret par khema (Memoirs) Jabir Hussain [Urdu]
    2005 Yath Miani Joye (Poetry) Hamidi Kashmiri [Kashmiri]
    2006 Rasta Aur Main (Poetry) Makhmoor Saeedi [Urdu]
    2006 Yaad Aasmanan Hinz (Poetry) Shafi Shauq [Kashmiri]
    2007 Tareekh-e-Adab-e-Urdu (Criticism) Wahab Ashrafi [Urdu]
     
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    List of Padma Awardees

    Padma Vibhushan

    2006: Prof. Obaid Siddiqui [Science and Engineering]: Karnataka.
    2001: Ustad Amjad Ali Khan [Arts]: Delhi
    2000: Sikander Bakht [Public Affairs]: Delhi
    2000: Ustad Vilayat Khan [Arts]: Refused
    1991: Maqbool Fida Hussain [Arts]: Maharashtra
    1990: Dr. Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen Abdul Kalam [Science & Engineering]: Delhi
    1989: Ustad Ali Akbar Khan [Arts]: West Bengal
    1988: Justice Mirza Hameedullah Beg [Public Affairs]: Delhi
    1980: Ustad Bismillah Khan [Arts]: Uttar Pradesh
    1977: Ali Yavar Jung Bahadur [Public Affairs]: Andhra Pradesh
    1976: Col. Bashir Hussain Zaidi [Literature & Education]: Delhi
    1976: Salim Moizuddin Ali Abdul [Science & Engineering]: Uttar Pradesh
    1972: Ghulam Mohd. Sadiq [Public Affairs]: Jammu and Kashmir
    1971: Ustad Allauddin Khan [Arts]: West Bengal
    1967: Hafiz Mohammed Ibrahim [Civil Service]: Andhra Pradesh
    1965: Mehdi Nawaz Jung [Public Affairs]: Andhra Pradesh
    1955: Fazal Ali [Public Affairs] : Bihar
    1954: Dr. Zakir Hussain [Public Affairs] : Andhra Pradesh

    Padma Bhushan

    2009:
    Shamshad Begum [Art]: Maharashtra
    Dr. Khalid Hameed [Medicine]: NRI/ PIO

    2008:
    Ustad Asad Ali Khan [Art]: Delhi
    Ustad Rahim Fahimuddin Dagar [Art]: Delhi
    Mian Bashir Ahmed [Public Affairs]: Jammu & Kashmir

    2007:
    Javed Jan Nisaar Akhtar [Literature and Education]: Maharashtra
    Syed Haider Raza [Art]: France
    Hakim Syed Mohammad Sharfuddin Quadri [Medicine]: West Bengal
    Tyeb Mehta [Art]: Maharashtra

    2006:
    Ustad Abdul Halim Jaffer Khan [Arts]: Maharashtra
    Ustad Ghulam Mustafa Khan [Arts]: Maharashtra
    Ustad Sabri Khan [Arts] : Delhi

    2005:
    Azim Premji [Trade and Industry]: Karnataka
    Prof. Irfan Habib [Literature and Education] : Uttar Pradesh
    Prof. Qurattulain Hyder [Literature and Education]: Noida, Uttar Pradesh
    Dr. Sardar Anjum [Literature and Education]: Panchkula, Haryana
    Syed Mir Qasim [Public Affairs]: Delhi
    Dr. Yusuf Khwaja Hamied [Trade & Industry] : Maharashtra

    2004: No Muslim.

    2003:
    Naseeruddin Shah [Arts]: Maharashtra

    2002:
    Habib Ahmed Khan Tanvir [Arts]: Delhi
    Ismail Merchant [Arts]: Maharashtra
    Zakir Hussain [Arts]: Maharashtra

    2001:
    Maulana Abdul Karim Parekh [Social Work]: Maharashtra

    2000:
    Begam Kudsia Aizaz Rasul [Social Work]: Uttar Pradesh
    Maulana Wahiduddin Khan [Public Affairs]: Delhi

    1998-99: No Muslim.

    1993-97: No award given.

    1992:
    Hakim Abdul Hameed [Medicine]: Delhi
    Naushad Ali Wahid Ali [Arts]: Maharashtra

    1991:
    Prof. Ali Ahmad Surror [Science & Engineering]: Uttar Pradesh
    Amjad Ali Khan [Arts]: Delhi
    Ebrahim Alkazi [Arts]: Delhi
    Mohammad Yusuf Khan [Arts]: Maharashtra; screen name Dileep Kumar.
    Syed Abdul Malik [Literature & Education]: Assam
    Talat Manzoor Mahmood [Arts]: Maharashtra

    1990:
    Dr. Mohammad Khalilullah [Medicine]: Delhi

    1989: No Muslim.

    1988:
    Shri Abid Hussain [Civil Service]: Delhi

    1987:
    Mohammed Yunus [Civil Service]: Delhi

    1986:
    Ustad Nasir Aminuddin Daggar [Arts]: West Bengal

    1985:
    Prof. Rais Ahmed [Literature & Education]: Delhi
    Justice Sadat Abul Masud [Public Affairs]: West Bengal

    1984:
    Prof. Obaid Siddiqui [Science & Engineering]: Maharashtra

    1983:
    Prem Nazir [Arts]: Kerala

    1982:
    Ustad Khadim Hussain Khan [Arts]: Maharashtra
    Dr. Syed Zahoor Qasim [Civil Service]: Delhi

    1981: No Muslim.

    1978-1980: No award given.

    1977:
    Dr. Yusuf Husain Khan [Literature & Education]: Delhi

    1976:
    Begum Zahra Ali Yavar Jung [Social Work]: Andhra Pradesh

    1975:
    Begum Akhtar [Arts]: Uttar Pradesh

    1974:
    Habibur Rahman [Science & Engineering]: Delhi

    1973:
    Maqbool Fida Hussain [Arts]: Delhi

    1972:
    Mohd. Hayath [Civil Service]: Karnataka
    Dr. Syad Hussain Zaheer [Trade & Industry]: Andhra Pradesh

    1971:
    Ustad Amir Khan [Arts]: Maharashtra
    Nisar Hussain Khan [Arts]: Uttar Pradesh

    1970:
    Ahmed Jan Thirkwa Khan [Arts]: Uttar Pradesh
    Dr. Syed Abdul Latif [Literature & Education]: Andhra Pradesh

    1969:
    Prof. Haroon Khan Shervani [Literature & Education]: Andhra Pradesh
    Rahim-ud-in Khan Dagar [Arts]: Delhi
    Samad Yar Khan Nizami Sagar [Literature & Education]: Uttar Pradesh

    1968:
    Ustad Bismillah Khan [Arts]: Uttar Pradesh
    Ustad Vilayat Khan [Arts]: Refused to accept

    1967:
    Ustad Ali Akbar Khan [Arts]: West Bengal
    Khwaja Ghulam Saiyidain [Literature & Education]: Uttar Pradesh

    1966: No Muslim.

    1965:
    Shri Akbar Ali Khan [Public Affairs]: Andhra Pradesh
    Prof. Mohammad Mujeeb [Literature & Education]: Delhi

    1964:
    Prof. Mohd. Abdul Hai [Medicine]: Bihar
    Nuruddin Ahmed [Public Affairs]: Delhi
    Dr. Rafiuddin Ahmed [Medicine]: West Bengal
    Dr. Sheikh Abdullah [Literature & Education]: Uttar Pradesh

    1963: No Muslim.

    1962:
    Asaf Ali Asghar Fyzee [Literature & Education]: Jammu and Kashmir
    Bade Ghulam Ali Khan [Arts]: Maharashtra
    Zafar Ali Khan [Literature & Education]: Uttar Pradesh
    Niaz Mohd. Fatehpuri [Literature & Education]: Uttar Pradesh

    1961: No Muslim

    1960:
    Ustad Hafiz Ali Khan [Arts]: Madhya Pradesh
    Kazi Nazrul Islam [Literature & Education]: West Bengal

    1959:
    Ali Yavar Jung [Civil Service] : Maharashtra
    Dr. Ghulam Yazdani [Science & Engineering]: Andhra Pradesh

    1958:
    Ustad Allauddin Khan [Arts]: Uttar Pradesh
    Salim-Mozuddin Abdul Ali [Science & Engineering]: Maharashtra

    1957:
    Dr. Abid Hussain [Literature & Education] : Uttar Pradesh
    Ustad Mushtaq Hussain Khan [Arts] : Madhya Pradesh

    1955:
    Nawab Zain Yar Jung [Public Affairs] : Andhra Pradesh

    1954:
    Josh Malihabadi[Literature & Education]: Delhi
    Maulana Hussain Ahmed Madni [Literature & Education] : Punjab

    Padma Shri

    2009:
    Dr. (Ms.) Ameena Ahmed Ahuja [Art]: Delhi
    Hashmat Ullah Khan [Art]: Jammu & Kashmir
    Shri Tafazzul Ali [Art]: Assam
    Ameen Sayani [Commentary & Broadcasting]: Maharashtra
    Prof. Jalees Ahmed Khan Tareen [Literature & Education]: Puducherry
    Shamsur Rahman Faruqi [Literature & Education]: Uttar Pradesh
    Dr. Shaik Khader Noordeen [Medicine]: Tamil Nadu
    Prof. Syed Iqbal Hasnain [Research on Himalayan Glaciers]: Delhi
    Begum Bilkees I. Latif [Social Work]: Andhra Pradesh

    2008:
    Prof.(Dr.)K.S. Nisar Ahmed [Literature and Education]: Karnataka
    Mohammad Yousuf Taing [Literature and Education]: Jammu & Kashmir
    Haji Kaleem Ullah Khan [Mango Plantation and Grafting]: Uttar Pradesh

    2007:
    Khalid Zaheer [Social Work]: Uttarakhand
    Dr. Mohsin Wali [Medicine]: Delhi
    Mujtaba Hussain [Literature and Education]: Andhra Pradesh
    Prof. Mushirul Hassan [Literature and Education]: Delhi
    Dr.(Ms.) Syeda Saiyidain Hameed [Public Affairs]: Delhi
    Dr. Yusufkhan Mohamadkhan Pathan [Literature and Education]: Maharashtra

    2006:
    Fatma Rafiq Zakaria [Literature and Education] : Maharashtra
    Prof. Hakim Syed Zillur Rehman [Medicine] : Uttar Pradesh
    Mehmood Dhaulpuri [Arts]: Delhi
    Dr. Mehmooda Ali Shah [Literature and Education]: Jammu & Kashmir
    Ustad Rashid Khan [Arts]: West Bengal
    Sania Mirza [Sports]: Andhra Pradesh
    Dr. Seyed Ehtesham Hasnain [Science and Engineering]:Andhra Pradesh
    Shahnaz Husain [Trade and Industry]: Delhi

    2005:
    Amin Kamil [Literature & Education]: Jammu & Kashmir
    Ustad Ghulam Sadiq Khan [Arts]: Delhi
    Mehrunnisa Parvez [Literature & Education]: Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh
    Muzaffar Ali [Arts]: Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh
    Shah Rukh Khan [Arts]: Maharashtra
    Shameem Dev Azad [Arts]: Delhi

    2004:
    Prof. Asifa Zamani [Literature & Education]: Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh
    Dr. Syed Shah Mohammed Hussaini [Social work]: Gulberga, Karnataka

    2003:
    Aamir Khan [Arts]: Maharashtra; Cinema.
    Manzoor Ehtesham [Literature & Education]: Madhya Pradesh
    Ustaad Shafaat Ahmed Khan [Arts]: Delhi

    2002:
    Ustad Abdul Lateef Khan [Arts]: Madhya Pradesh
    Fazal Mohammad [Arts]: Uttar Pradesh
    Muzaffer Hussain [Literature & Education]: Maharashtra
    Raj Begum [Arts]: Jammu & Kashmir

    2001:
    Amir Raza Hussain [Arts]: Delhi; Cinema.
    Dr. Chittoor Mohammed Habibullah [Medicine]: Andhra Pradesh
    Jeelani Bano [Literature and Education]: Andhra Pradesh
    Khalid Abdul Hamid Ansari [Literature and Education]: Maharashtra,Journalism.
    Prof. Mohammad Shafi [Science & Engineering]: Uttar Pradesh; Geography.
    Lt. Gen.(Retd.) Mohammad Ahmad Zaki [Civil Service]: Andhra Pradesh
    Mohammed Tayab Khan [Arts]: Jodhpur; craftsmanship.

    2000:
    Abdur Rahman Rahi [Literature & Education]: Jammu and Kashmir
    Allah Rakka Rahman [Arts]: Tamil Nadu

    1999:
    Dr. Bashir Badr [Literature & Education]: Madhya Pradesh
    Javed Jan Nisaar Akhtar [Arts]: Maharashtra
    Dr. Rehmath Beegum Sailaniyoda [Medicine]: Andaman and Nicobar Island

    1998:
    Naushad Ismail Padamsee [Trade & Industry]: Maharashtra
    P.I. Mohammed Kutty (Mammootty) [Arts]: Tamil Nadu

    1993-97: No award given.

    1992:
    Dr. Khalid Hameed [Medicine]: United Kingdom
    Mir Mushtaq Ahmed [Literature & Education]: Delhi
    Ustad Sabri Khan [Arts]: Delhi
    Prof. Saiyid Amir Hasan Abidi [Literature & Education]: Delhi

    1991:
    Ustad Ghulam Mustafa Khan [Arts]: Maharashtra
    Ustad Hafeez Ahmed Khan [Arts]: Delhi
    Mehmood-ur Rahman [Civil Service]: Jammu and Kashmir
    Dr. Sardar Anjum [Literature & Education]: Punjab
    Dr. (Ms.) Shareefunnisa Begum Ansari [Literature & Education]: Andhra Pradesh
    Dr. Syed Hasan [Literature & Education]: Bihar

    1990:
    Asghari Bai [Arts]: Madhya Pradesh
    Shri Mohammad Swaleh Ansari [Trade & Industry]: Uttar Pradesh

    1989:
    Dr. Kalim Ahmed Ajiz [Literature & Education]: Bihar
    Shamsuddin Sheikh [Arts]: Uttar Pradesh

    1988:
    Ali Jawad Zaidi [Literature & Education]: Uttar Pradesh
    Mohammed Azharuddin [Sports]: Andhra Pradesh
    Shabana Azmi [Arts]: Maharashtra
    Zakir Hussain [Arts]: United States

    1987:
    Abdus Sattar [Literature & Education]: Assam
    Mohd. Izhar Alam [Civil Service]: Bihar
    Prof. Nazir Ahmed [Literature & Education]: Uttar Pradesh
    Begam Zaffar Ali [Social Work]: Jammu and Kashmir

    1986:
    Dr. Abdur Rahman [Literature & Education]: Delhi
    Mohmmad Shahid [Sports]: Uttar Pradesh; Hockey.
    Sheik Nazar [Arts]: Andhra Pradesh

    1985:
    Naseeruddin Shah [Arts]: Maharashtra
    Prof. Syed Hasan Askari [Literature & Education]: Bihar

    1984:
    Mohammad Hamid Ansari [Civil Service]: Delhi
    Dr. Mohmmed Khalilullah [Medicine]: Delhi
    Quarratulain Hyder [Literature & Education]: Uttar Pradesh
    Roshan Kumari Fakir Mohammad [Arts]: Maharashtra
    Sayed Abdul Malik [Literature & Education]: Assam
    Dr. Syed Nasaar Ahmed Shah [Medicine]: Jammu and Kashmir
    Zeinulabudin Gulam Hussain Rangoonwala [Social Work]: Maharashtra

    1983:
    Gulam Mohammed Sheikh [Arts]: Gujarat
    Gulam Rusull Khan [Civil Service]: Jammu and Kashmir
    Habib Tanvir [Arts]: Delhi
    Dr Hassan Naseem Siddiquie [Science & Engineering]: Goa; lead Scientific

    expedition to Antartica
    Saliha Abid Hussain [Literature & Education]: Delhi
    Ustad Sharafat Hussain Khan [Arts]: Uttar Pradesh

    1982:
    Hajjan Allah Jilai Bai [Arts]: Rajasthan
    Dr. Jabbar Razak Patel [Arts]: Maharashtra
    Kalimuddin Ahmed [Literature & Education]: Bihar
    Syed M.H. Kirmani [Sports]: Karnataka
    Vaikom Muhammad Basheer [Literature & Education]: Kerala

    1981:
    Abid Ali Khan [Literature & Education]: Andhra Pradesh
    Capt. Fakir Mohhmed Jainuddin Juvale [Civil Service]: Maharashtra
    Syed Haider Raza [Arts]: France

    1978-1980: No award given.

    1977:
    Allarakha Khan Qureshi [Arts]: Jammu and Kashmir
    Sheik Chinna Moulana [Arts]: Tamil Nadu
    Gulam Rasul Santosh [Arts]: Delhi
    Ismail Ahmed Cachalia [Social Work]: Gujarat
    Sheikh Mohd. Rafique [Social Work]: Uttar Pradesh
    Shri Mohd. Fayazuddin Nizami [Science & Engineering]: Andhra Pradesh
    Dr. Sibte Hasan Zaidi [Science & Engineering]: Uttar Pradesh

    1976:
    Ustad Faiyyaz Ahmed Khan [Arts]: Maharashtra
    Ismat Chugtai [Literature & Education]: Maharashtra
    Mohd. Shafi Khan Bekal Utsahi [Literature & Education]: Uttar Pradesh
    Begum Mumtaz Jehan Mirza [Literature & Education]: Delhi
    Parween Sultana : [Arts]: Maharashtra
    Hakim Saifuddin Ahmed Hakim Saif [Medicine]: Uttar Pradesh
    Prof. Syed Bashiruddin [Literature & Education]: Uttar Pradesh

    1975:
    Dr. Ali Mohammad [Medicine]: Jammu and Kashmir
    Amjad Ali Khan [Arts]: Delhi
    Arjumand Wahabuddin Ahmed [Social Work]: Andhra Pradesh
    Ivy Khan [Social Work]: Delhi
    Syed Hussain Ali Jaffri [Social Work]: Delhi
    Dr. Syed Zahoor Qasim [Civil Service]: Delhi

    1974:
    Abdul Sattar [Literature & Education]: Uttar Pradesh
    Ali Hasan Kallo Hafiz [Civil Service]: Uttar Pradesh
    Gulam Qadir Lala [Trade & Industry]: Jammu and Kashmir
    Ishrat Ali Siddiqui [Literature & Education]: Uttar Pradesh
    Kaifi Azmi [Literature & Education]: Uttar Pradesh
    Maryam Begum [Civil Service]: Jammu and Kashmir
    Masuma Begum [Social Work]: Andhra Pradesh
    Dr. Syed Zahoor Qasim [Civil Service]: Delhi

    1973:
    Dr. M.K. Malik Mohammad [Literature & Education]: Kerala

    1972:
    Sheikh Gulab [Civil Service]: Madhya Pradesh

    1972:
    Waheeda Rahman [Arts]: Maharashtra

    1971:
    Abdul Hayi alias Sahir Ludhianvi [Literature & Education]: Punjab
    Ghouse Mohd Khan [Sports]: Andhra Pradesh
    Gulam Rabbani Taban [Literature & Education]: Delhi
    Maqbool Ahmed Lari [Literature & Education]: Uttar Pradesh
    Qadri Ragi Aziz Ahmed Khan Warai [Arts]: Andhra Pradesh
    Syed Mohd. Mirza Mohazzab [Literature & Education]: Uttar Pradesh
    Zafar Rashid Futehally [Science & Engineering]: Maharashtra

    1970:
    Abdul Halim Jaffer Khan [Arts]: Maharashtra
    Dr. Ghulam Ahmad Bandey [Science & Engineering]: Jammu and Kashmir
    Masud Hassan Rizvi [Literature & Education]: Uttar Pradesh
    Sikander Ali Wajd [Literature & Education]: Maharashtra
    Syed Mohd. Moinul Haq [Sports]: Bihar

    1969:
    Khwaja Ahmed Abbas [Arts]: Maharashtra
    Indrani Rahman [Arts]: Delhi; represnted India in international beauty

    competition.
    K.S.A. Khader Ghulam Mohideen [Trade & Industry]: Tamil Nadu

    1968:
    Shri Akhtar Mohiuddin [Literature & Education]: Jammu and Kashmir
    Begum Akhtar [Arts]: Uttar Pradesh

    1967:
    Syed Abdul Quadir [Social Work]: Uttar Pradesh
    Ali Sardar Jafri [Literature & Education]: Maharashtra
    Mohammed Rafi [Arts]: Punjab
    Nawab Mohd. Mansur Ali Khan Pataudi [Sports]: Delhi
    Syed Fareeduddin [Science & Engineering]: Andhra Pradesh

    1966:
    Ebrahim Alkazi [Trade & Industry]: Delhi
    Maqbool Fida Hussain [Arts]: Delhi
    Mohammed Din Jagir [Social Work]: Jammu and Kashmir
    Sayyid Ahmadullah Qadri [Literature & Education]: Andhra Pradesh

    1965:
    Hakim Abdul Hameed [Medicine]: Delhi

    1964:
    Ustad Vilayat Khan [Arts]: Refused to accept

    1963:
    Mahboob Khan [Arts]: Maharashtra
    Prof. Rashid Ahmed Siddiqi [Literature & Education]: Delhi
    Syed Mustaq Ali [Sports]: Madhya Pradesh

    1962: No Muslim.

    1961:
    Ustad Bismillah Khan [Arts]: Uttar Pradesh

    1959 & 1960: No Muslim.

    1958:
    Fatima Ismail [Social Work]: Maharashtra
    Nargis [Arts]: Maharashtra

    1956 & 1957: No Muslim.

    1955:
    Habibur Rahman [Science & Engineering] : Delhi
    Humayun Mirza [Civil Service] : Karnataka
    Zarina Currimbhoy [Social Work] : Maharashtra
     
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    Param Vir Chakra

    Company Havildar Major Abdul Hamid, (4 Grenadiers)

    Maha Vir Chakra

    Mohammed Ismail: 1947-48 Operation
    Brig. Mohammed Usman: Indo-Pakistan War

    Ashok Chakra
    The Ashok Chakra is awarded for valour, courageous action or self-sacrifice away from the battlefield. It is the peace time equivalent of the Param Vir Chakra and is awarded for the "most conspicuous bravery or some daring or pre-eminent valour or self-sacrifice" other than in the face of the enemy.

    Vir Chakra

    Kirti Chakra
    Kirti Chakra is awarded for valor, courageous action or self-sacrifice away from the battlefield. It is the peacetime equivalent of the Maha Vir Chakra. It is second in order of precedence of peacetime gallantry awards.

    2007: Mohd. Shan Ahmed (posthumous) was posted as Cash Overseer at post office Jhansi. On 26 December, 2005, resisted looting of cash and in the attempt succumbed to fatal injuries inflicted by armed miscreants. He belonged to Jhansi (UP).

    Shaurya Chakra
    The Shaurya Chakra is the third level award for gallantry away from the battlefield and by far the nearest equivalent of the Vir Chakra Award for Peacetime.

    2009:
    Lance Havildar Aziz Mohd: 20 Jammu and Kashmir Rifles (Posthumous)
    Sapper/Operator Executive Machinery Budhu Khan (Posthumous)
    Naik Mohd Sadiq

    2008:
    Rifleman Abdul Hamid Chara: 162 Infantry Battalion TA (H&H)JAK LI/18 Rashtriya Rifles(posthumous)

    2007:
    Rifleman Raiece Ahmad Ganaie: Jammy & Kashmir Light Infantry/50 Rashtriya Rifles

    2006:
    Havildar Mohammad Maroof: 23 Rajput Regiment,
    Havildar Abrahim: Jammu And Kashmir Light Infantry/47 Rashtriya Rifles
    Rifleman Riyaz Ahmad Bhat: Assam Regiment/35 Rashtriya Rifles

    Bar to Sena Medal (gallantry)

    Sena Medal (gallantry)

    2009:
    Havildar Ilyas Ali: 32 Assam Rifles
    Lance Naik Javaid Ahmad Wani: Jamm and Kashmir Light Infantry// 44 Rashtriya Rifles
    Rifleman Mohamad Hadish: 24 Assam Rifles (Posthumous)

    2008:
    Subedar Mohd Rashid: Jammu and Kashmir Rifles/28 Rashtriya Rifles
    Naik Mohammed Amin Bhat: Jammu and Kashmir Light Infantry/62 Rashtriya Rifles
    Sepoy Abdul Hamid: 153 Infantry Battalion (TA) Dogra
    Sepoy Abdul Hamid: 156 Inf Bn TA (H&H) Punjab/58 Rashtriya Rifles
    Sepoy Qumer-ud-din Beg: 156 Inf Bn TA (H&H) Punjab/58 Rashtriya Rifles
    Rifleman Ishtiaq Ahmed: Jammu and Kashmir Light Infantry/18 Rashtriya Rifles
    Rifleman Mehmood Ahmed Itoo: Jammu and Kashmir Light Infantry/33 Rashtriya Rifles
    Rifleman Mohd Yousaf Lone: 161 Infantry Battalion TA (H&H) JAK LI
    Rifleman Mazafar Iqbal: 14 Assam Rifles

    2007:
    Captain Anas Ahmad: 19 Kumaon Regiment
    Lance Naik Mehmood Shah: 3 Jammu and Kashmir Light Infantry
    Sepoy Mohd Sharief: 159 Infantry Batallion (TA)(H&G) Dogra, 23 Rashtriya Rifles
    Sepoy Jabir Khan: Mechanised Infantry/9 Rashtriya Rifles
    Rifleman Gohar Ali Khan: Jammu & Kashmir Light Infantry/19 Rashtriya Rifles
    Rifleman Mohammad Sayed Mantoo: Jammu & Kashmir Fiels/18 Rashtriya Rifles
    Rifleman Abdul Rahim Dar: 162 Infantry Battalion (TA) JAK LI/14 Rashtriya Rifles
    Rifleman Nazir Ahmad Wani: 162 Infantry Battalion (TA) JAK LI/14 Rashtriya Rifles
    Rifleman Md Ibrahim Khan: 33 Assam Rifles

    2006:
    Company Havildar Major Mohammad Ashraf Sheikh: 22 Maratha Light Infantry.
    Lance Naik Farooq Ahmad Rather: 20 Jammu And Kashmir Rifles

    Param Vishisht Seva Medal
    The Param Vishsish Seva Medal is awarded to recognize "distinguished service of the most exceptional order" to all ranks of the armed forces. In practice, however, the award tends to be granted only to the most senior officers of the various branches of the Indian military. The award may be granted posthumously and subsequent awards are represented by a bar worn on the ribbon. The award carries with it the right to use "P.V.S.M." as postnominal letters.

    2008:
    Lieutenant General Zameer uddin Shah, SM, VSM: Regiment of Artillery(General Cadre)

    Ati Vishisht Seva Medal

    2009:
    Major General Syed Ata Hasnain, SM, VSM: Infantry: HQ 19 Infantry Division

    Vishisht Seva Medal

    2009:
    Air Commodore Naseem Akhtar: Flying (Pilot)

    2008:
    Group Captain Zia Ahmad Rizvi: Logistics

    Sena Medal

    2009:
    Brigadier Khurshid Maneck Balsara: Naga Regiment
    Brigadier Pattiarimal Mohamadali Hariz, VSM: Mechanised Infantry/ HQ 91 Infantry Brigade

    2008:
    Colonel Steve Muzaffar Ismail: 2/1 Gorkha Rifles
    Subedar Mohd Ilyas: 3, Jammu and Kashmir Light Infantry Regimental Centre

    Nao Sena Medal (gallantry)

    Vayu Sena Medal (gallantry)

    2009:
    JWO Jawed Hussain Siddiqi, Flt Eng

    Mention-in-dispatches

    2009:
    Rakshak:
    Lance/Naik Abdul Rashid Khan: Territorial Army, 5 Rashtriya Rifles
    Rhino:
    Captain Mudassar Iqbal: 2 Bihar
     
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    List of Arjuna Award Winners

    1961 : Saleem Durani (Cricket)
    1964 : Mansur Ali Khan Pataudi (Cricket)
    1966 : Yusuf Khan (Football)
    1969 : Mir Kasim Ali (Table Tennis)

    1970 : Abbas Moontasir (Basketball)
    1970 : S. Naeemuddin (Football)
    1973 : A. Kareem (Ball Badminton)
    1973 : Afsar Hussain (Yachting)
    1973 : Dafadar Khan M. Khan (Equestrian)
    1975 : L.A. Iqbal (Ball Badminton)

    1980-81 : Mohammed Habib (Football)
    1980-81 : Mohd. Shahid (Hockey)
    1980-81 : Syed Modi (Badminton)
    1980-81 : Syed M.H. Kirmani (Cricket)
    1981 : Sabir Ali (Atheletics)
    1982 : Farokh Tarapore (Yachting)
    1983 : Zafar Iqbal (Hockey)
    1984 : Capt. G. Mohd. Khan (Equestrian)
    1986 : M. Azharuddin (Cricket)
    1989 : Abdul Basith (Volleyball)

    1996 : Moraad A. Khan (Shooting)
    1997 : Asif Ismail (Tennis)
    1998 : Mohd. Riyaz (Hockey)

    2000 : Akhtar Ali (Tennis)
    2000 : Jalaluddin Rizvi (Hockey)
    2002 : Anwer Sultan (Shooting)
    2002 : Md. Ali Qamar (Boxing)
    2003 : Akram Shah (Judo)
    2004 : Sania Mirza (Tennis)
     
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    Bhushan SENIOR MEMBER

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    Is there any other award remaining:what:???? Indian muslims have done extraordinary work in every field and Indian government has appreciated them also!!!! If you want i can also post details from other minorities also:rofl::rofl::rofl:.I know what some friends are thinking!!!! RAW is behind this:rofl::rofl::rofl:

    INDIAN MINORITIES ARE NOT BACKWORD
     
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