Mohammad Abdus Salam,NI, SPk (Urdu: محمد عبد السلام, pronounced English pronunciation: /əbd̪ʊs səlɑm/, (29 January 1926 – 21 November 1996) was a Pakistani theoretical physicist and Nobel laureate in Physics for his work on the electroweak unification of the electromagnetic and weak forces. Salam, Sheldon Glashow and Steven Weinberg shared the 1979 Nobel prize for this discovery.Salam holds the distinction of being the first Pakistani and the first Muslim Nobel Laureate to receive the prize in the sciences.
Salam was a science advisor to the Government of Pakistan from 1960 till 1974, a position from which he played a major and influential role in Pakistan’s science infrastructure. Salam was responsible for not only major development and contribution in theoretical and particle physics, but as well as promoting scientific research at maximum level in his country.Salam was the founding director of Space and Upper Atmosphere Research Commission (SUPARCO), and responsible for the establishment of the Theoretical Physics Group (TPG) in Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission (PAEC).As Science Advisor, Salam played an integral role in Pakistan’s development on peaceful use of nuclear energy, and directed the research on development of Pakistan’ nuclear weapons program in 1972; for this, he is viewed as the “scientific father”of this programme in the views of the scientists who researched under his scientific umbrella. In 1974, Salam left Pakistan in protest when Pakistan Parliament controversially passed a parliamentary bill declaring Ahmadiyya Muslim Community as Non-Muslims. Even after his death, Salam remained one of the most influential scientists in his country. In 1998, following the country’s nuclear tests, the Government of Pakistan issued a commemorative stamp, as a part of “Scientists of Pakistan”, to honour the services of Salam.
Salam’s major and notable achievements include the Pati-Salam model, magnetic photon, vector meson, Grand Unified Theory, work on supersymmetry and, most importantly, electroweak theory, for which he was awarded the most prestigious award in Physics – the Nobel Prize. Salam made a major contribution in Quantum Field Theory and advancement of Mathematics at the Imperial College. With his student, Riazuddin, Salam made important contributions to the modern theory on neutrinos, neutron stars and black holes, as well as the work on modernising the quantum mechanics and quantum field theory. As a teacher and science promoter, Salam is remembered as a founder and scientific father of mathematical and theoretical physics in Pakistan while his stay as Science advisor. Salam heavily contributed to the rise of Pakistani physics to the Physics community in the world.Even until his death, Salam continued to contribute in physics and tirelessly advocated for the development of science in third world countries
Prof. Dr. Muhammad Tahir-u-Qadri:
Muhammad Tahir ul-Qadri (in Punjabi and Urdu: محمد طاہر القادری) (born February 19, 1951, Jhang, Pakistan) is a Pakistani Sufi scholar[ and former professor of international constitutional law at the University of the Punjab. Qadri was recently described by the CNN-IBN as the ‘International Peace Ambassador’.
Qadri is the founder of Minhaj-ul-Quran International, a broad-based global Sufi organization working in the fields of welfare, human rights and education. Its objectives are the promotion of a moderate and non-extremist vision of Islam, the establishment of good relations and understanding between communities and religions, and the education of youth through “employing the methods of Sufism”.He also founded The Minhaj University of which he is the head of the Board of Governors, as well as an international relief charity, Minhaj Welfare Foundation.
Farhat Abbas Shah (Poet and Anchor)
A Prolific Poet (Author of 68 published Books) and The Founder of Farz Foundation, (The First Shariah Certified Microfinance Institution of Pakistan)
Farhat Abbas Shah was born on November 15, 1964 in the same district Jhang in Punjab, Pakistan where Nobel Prize winner in physics Dr Abdus Salam was born. He received his education at Jhang and after completing his master’s degree in MSc Psychology, he came to Lahore for further education. In Lahore he completed his master’s in Philosophy.
As a Martial Artist
Mr Shah was first recognized nationally as a martial artist. He became the first young master in Burmese Martial Arts (Bando) after being trained by grand master Ashraf Tai and other recognized masters of the Bando Arts.
As a Poet
Mr Shah was sensitive and observant as a child and started using the medium of Urdu language for expressing his feelings and passion. Even when he was just 13 years old, his poetry started publishing in the leading literary magazines of Pakistan.
However, his first collection of poetry “Shaam Key Baad” was published in June 1989 and it turned into the most popular book of poetry in Urdu language.
As Journalist and Editor,st
Mr Shah started his journalistic career as feature and column writer in the leading Urdu language dailies of Pakistan. Later on he started publishing his own monthly magazines Shaam Key Baad and Political Scene
As classical singer, vocalist and Music director
Mr Shah learned the art of singing classical music from reknowned classical singers Ustad Badar ul Zaman and Ustad Qamar ul Zaman.
As An Economist
Mr. Shah always raises his voice for the poor and the oppressed and for human rights, peace and tolerance in the world on national as well as international forums. He started his studies and practice in Microfinance in 2007 and reinvents microfinance by designing an Islamic Microfinance Model.
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Syeda Abida Hussain:
Hussain is married to Syed Fakhar Imam also prominent Pakistani politician, who was the Speaker of the National Assembly in 1985-86. A prominent member of the Shia sect, she is also the daughter of Syed Abid Hussain, the youngest elected member of the 1946 All-India Constituent Assembly and a descendant of Pir Shah Jewana, a saint of the Naqshbandiya order. She is also the granddaughter of the industrialist, Sir Syed Maratib Ali. Her daughter Syeda Sughra Imam is also politician and remained Member of Provincial Assembly of Punjab.
Hussain is a member of Pakistan Peoples Party since 2006. having rejoined after leaving in the 1970s. In the meantime, she served under PPP rivals, Zia-ul Haq and Nawaz Sharif. She also ran unsuccessfully in the 2002 parliamentary elections on Pervez Musharraf’s ticket.
She joined politics in 1967 and been part of many Governments handling different ministries from time to time. She has been minister for Information, Education, Science and Technology in 1996, minister for Food and Agriculture in 1997, the Minister for Population Welfare and minister for Environment and Urban Affairs in 1999. In addition, she also served as Ambassador of Pakistan to the United States of America between 1991-1993
Makhdoom Syed Faisal Saleh Hayat
Faisal Saleh Hayat is also a successful businessman and agriculturist by profession. Faisal is a graduate of well known Institute of South Asia; FC College University, Lahore and he also holds a masters degree in law and a diploma in business administration from Kings College, London. He has traveled widely to Asia, Africa, Europe and North America. With his vision and dauntless courage he has embarked upon the course to provide home to the homeless.
Faisal Saleh Hayat has been repeatedly elected as Member of National Assembly of Pakistan (MNA) from NA-88. He started his political career by joining Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP), He later on joined Pakistan Peoples Party Parliamentarians PPPP-Patriots and then Pakistan Muslim League (Q). He is currently serving as Federal Minister of Housing and works since June, 2011. Faisal Saleh Hayat is also President of Pakistan Football Federation. He gave his nomination on the only seat for South-Central Zone’s AFC Vice President election for the 24th AFC Congress for tenure of 2011-15, but withdrew later. He then later was elected as a AFC Executive Committee Member in 24th AFC Congress on January 6, 2011 in Doha, Qatar.
Faisal Saleh Hayat is an agriculturist by profession and the largest agriculture land ownership in Faisalabad-Jhang area is by the Syed family of Makhdoom Faisal Saleh Hayat and her cousin Syeda Abida Hussain. This family is Gadi Nasheen of a Shia Muslim Pir named Shah Jiwana but now the cousins are on the opposite side of a political divide. Its nearest town is Mandi Shah Jiwana on the Jhang Sargodha road and Punjgrain village.
Faisal Saleh Hayat is a leader of Pakistan Muslim League (Q) in the National Assembly
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Sheikh Waqas Akram
Sheikh Waqas Akram (born 26 August 1974) is a Pakistani politician and a Member of National Assembly of Pakistanfrom Jhang, Pakistan. He stood in election two times in constituency no. NA-89 Jhang-IV and succeeded both times. He is also a Minister of State for Labour and Manpower.
He studied his early education from Jhang and then graduated from the University of Queensland in IT.
He suucceeded both times with a best percentage in Jhang in NA-89 from the party PML-Q.He had been Prliment Secretary of Pakistan. Now he is senior vice President of party PML-Q. In present he has two positions:
Member of National Assembly of Pakistan
Minister of State for Labour and Manpower
Sheikh Waqar Ahmed Advocate
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Khalid Mehmood Sargana
|Member: Revenue, Relief and Consolidation , Committee on Privileges|
|Pakistan Muslim League|
|Mehr Muhammad Fazal|
|P-851, Sargana House, Mohallah Ghaziabad, Near Gojra Phatak, Jhang Saddar.Phone:0477-611611, 0477-5643131 (Res), 0300-6509900, 0346-7241200|
|Mehr Khalid Mahmood Sargana son of Mehr Muhammad Fazil was born on January 1, 1968. He graduated in 1992 from University of the Punjab, Lahore. An agriculturist, who served as Councillor and Chairman, Municipal Committee, Jhang and as Nazim, Union Council, District Jhang. He was a Member of the Pakistan National Football team during 1986-87. He served as Member, Provincial Assembly of the Punjab during 2002-07 and has returned to the Punjab Assembly for the second consecutive term in general elections 2008.|
Haji Muhammad Yaqub Sheikh
|Member: Religious Affairs and Auqaf|
|Pakistan Muslim League|
|Sheikh Muhammad Yousaf|
|Mailing AddressAdda Jhang GTS Session Chowk, Jhang Saddar.Phone No.047-7650578, Fax No. 047-7650478Lahore Residence
141-S, DHA, Lahore.
Phone No.042-35896904, 35889114
331-S, DHA, Lahore
Phone No.042-5707035, Fax No.042-5707036
60-E, Ali Town, Thokar Niaz Beig, Lahore
Phone No.042-35291346, Fax No.042-35291259
|Mr Muhammad Yaqub Sheikh son of Mr Muhammad Yousaf Sheikh was born on October 15, 1964 at District Jhang and graduated form University of the Punjab, Lahore in 2007. He served as District Naib Nazim, Jhang during 2004-06. A businessman, who has been elected as Member, Provincial Assembly of the Punjab in general elections 2008. He has visited USA, Dubai, UK, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Turkey and USA. His father served as Member of Punjab Assembly during 1985-88.|
Najaf Abbas Khan Sial
|Member: Finance , Housing, Urban Development and Public Health Engineering|
|Pakistan Muslim League|
|Nazar Abbas Khan Sial|
|Mohallah Dur Najaf, Ahmed Pur Sial, District JhangPhone:0300-8450540|
|Mr Najaf Abbas Khan Sial son of Mr Nazar Abbas Khan Sial was born on May 22, 1959 in Lahore and graduated in 1978 from Government College, Multan. An agriculturist, who served as Member, Provincial Assembly of the Punjab during 2002-07 and has returned to the Punjab Assembly for the second consecutive term in general elections 2008.|
Aleem Sarwar Dar
Aleem Sarwar Dar (Urdu:علیم سرور ڈار) (born June 6, 1968 in jhang, Punjab) is a retired Pakistani first-class cricketer and a member of the ICC Elite umpire panel. He won three consecutive ICC Umpire of the Year awards 2009, 2010 and 2011, after being nominated twice in 2005 and 2006. Aleem Dar and Simon Taufel are the only umpires to have received the award since its inception. He has played for Allied Bank, Gujranwala Cricket Association, Lahore, and Pakistan Railways as a right-handed batsman and a leg-break bowler. Since his retirement as a player, he has gained prominence as one of the leading umpires in international cricket. He was educated at Islamia College, Civil Lines, Lahore.
Dar is best known as an international cricket umpire. He made his international umpiring debut in an ODI between Pakistan and Sri Lanka at Gujranwala on February 16, 2000. In 2002 he became a member of ICC’s International Panel of umpires. He impressed the ICC with his accurate decision making, and was chosen to umpire at the ICC Cricket World Cup in early 2003, where he was one of the better-performing umpires. His high standard was again rewarded when he was appointed to stand in his first Test match in October 2003; the match between Bangladesh and England at Dhaka. Over the next six months he was appointed to stand in several more Test matches, and as a neutral umpire in ODI matches away from Pakistan.
In April 2004, he became the first Pakistani to be part of the ICC Elite Umpire Panel. Since then he has been regarded as one of the top umpires, being nominated for the ICC Umpire of the year Award in 2005 and 2006, although he was beaten on both occasions by the Australian Simon Taufel, who is also very highly regarded. On 17 October 2007 Dar umpired in his 100th ODI (between India and Australia at Mumbai), making him the tenth umpire in the history of cricket to reach that landmark. He reached the landmark in a record time, taking just seven years, and became the first Pakistani to officiate in a century of One Day Internationals.
Dar has stood in numerous high profile matches, including several India-Pakistan ODI matches and five Ashes Test matches. He was also one of the on-field umpires for the final of the 2006 ICC Champions Trophy, standing alongside Rudi Koertzen. However, the highlight of his career so far, has been his appointment to stand in the final of the 2007 Cricket World Cup between Australia and Sri Lanka, where he officiated with Steve Bucknor. Dar was also selected to stand in the final of the 2010 ICC World Twenty20 between Australia and England. He has, however, never stood in a Test match in Pakistan, because his appointment in the international panel came after the introduction of neutral umpires for Test matches.
In January 2005, Dar and his colleague Steve Bucknor, received death threats during a Test match between England and South Africa at Centurion. He was also involved in a controversy during the 2007 Cricket World Cup final where he, along with fellow officials Bucknor, Koertzen, Bowden and Crowe were unaware of the playing conditions regarding the result of a match under the Duckworth-Lewis system, and made Australia bowl three unnecessary overs in near darkness. Consequently the ICC decided to suspend him, along with the other four officials, from duty for the next ICC event, which was the 2007 World Twenty20 Championship.
Dar proved his accuracy yet again in 2011 Cricket World Cup when All the 15 Umpire Decision Review System appeals against him were struck down.
No. Year By Awards
01 2009 ICC Umpire of the Year ICC Umpire of the Year 2009
02 2010 ICC Umpire of the Year ICC Umpire of the Year 2010
03 2011 ICC Umpire of the Year ICC Umpire of the Year 2011
04 2011 Pride of Performance Award Umpire Pride of Performance Award Pakistan
Pride of Performance Awards (2010–2019)
Mariam Hasan Shah (Urdu: مریم حسن شاہ) (born 19 September 1985) is a female Pakistani cricketer from Jhang, Punjab. She played DOmestic as well as International level.
Mariam Hasan made her one day debut against Sri Lanka in Potchefstroom, South Africa on 10 October 2010. She was selected to play in the 2010 Asian Games in China. She also played from Pakistan national women’s cricket team
Full name Mariam Hasan Shah
Born September 19, 1985, Jhang, Punjab
Current age 26 years 206 days
Major teams North Zone Women (Pakistan), Pakistan Women
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm medium-fast
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