ISLAMABAD, Aug 13: President General Pervez Musharraf on Wednesday announced Civil Awards for 112 prominent personalities for their services in their respective fields to mark the 56th Independence Day of Pakistan.

Top scientist of the country Dr Samar Mubarakmand who headed Pakistan’s missile programme, was awarded the highest civil award, Nishan-i-Imtiaz.

The awards will be conferred on these personalities at an investiture ceremony to be held on March 23, 2004, the Pakistan Day.

Nishan-i-Imtiaz

Dr Samar Mubarakmand (Punjab), Science (N-Physics).

Hilal-i-Imtiaz

Dr Kauser Abdulla Malik (Science), Agriculture Biotechnology; Dr Syed Qasim Mehdi (Sindh), Science, Biotechnology and Genetics ENgineering); Sheikh Riazuddin (Punjab) Science (Molecular Biology); Mr Jamshed Marker (Balochistan) Public Service (diplomatic); Late Prof Ahmed S Bokhari (Patras) (Punjab) Literature; Maj-Gen Salahuddin Satti (DG Rangers, Sindh) (Punjab), Public Service; Malik Asif Hayat, PSP (Ex-IGP, Punjab) Public Service; Mr Khalil Ahmad Qureshi (VC, AK University), Public Service (Education); Lt-Col Bashir Wali Muhammad (DGIB, NWFP), Public Service; Mrs AQ Khan (Punjab);

Sitara-i-Imtiaz

Mr Mujeeb-Ur-Rehman (Punjab), Science (Space Technology); Mr Javed Raza Khan (Punjab), Engineering (Chemical); Dr Shakeel Ahmed Qureshi (Britain), Medicine (Paediatric Cardiology); Dr Abdul Malik Kasi (Balochistan), Medicine; Ms Bano Qudsia (Punjab), Literature; Mr Mukhtar Masood (Punjab), Public Service; Dr Sarfraz Khan Qureshi (Punjab), Public Service; Mr Hameed S. Haroon (Sindh), Public Service; Dr SM Zaman (Punjab), Public Service; Prof Anita Ghulam Ali (Sindh), Education; Maj (retd) G.D. Langlands (UK—settled in Pakistan), Education; Ms Tessie Flanigen (Punjab), Public Service; Ms May Flanigen (Punjab), Public Service; Mr Dilshad Hussain (Punjab), Public Service; Dr Amir A. Majid Academic Civil Laws; Dr Javed Haider Rizvi (Sindh), Medicine; Mr Mahmood Bhatti (Punjab); Mian Muhammad Mansha (Punjab); Mr Ahsan Zaheer Rizvi (Sindh); Prof Zafar Hussain (Sindh); Mr Iftikhar Ahmad, PSP, (DIG Police, Multan) (Punjab), Public Service; Late Ahmed Rushdi (Punjab), Art (Music); Late Sardar Rais Ghazi Muhammad, Punjab, Architect, Public Service; Mr Ghulam Muhammad Malkani (DIG Police, CID, Sindh); Brig Akhtar Zamin (retd) (Principal Secretary to Governor of Sindh), (Punjab Public Service; Prof Dr Nishat Mallick (Shaheed) (Sindh), Public Service (Sports/Medicine); and Late Haji Haleem Ahmed Khan (Sindh), (Public Service).

Pride of Performance

Aslam Hayat (Punjab), Science (Physics); Mr Muhammad

Iqbal (Punjab), Science; Mr Tariq Parvez (Punjab), Science; Mr Asif Iqbal (NWFP);

Syed Nayyar Ali (Islamabad), Engineering; Mr Khalid Hussan Hashmi (Punjab); Mr Zia

Aftab (Punjab), Engineering (Electronics); Mr Sohail

Mazhar (Punjab), Engineering (Metallurgy); Dr Abdul

Aziz Mazhar (Punjab), Engineering (Metallurgy);

Mr Iftikhar-us-Salam (Punjab); Prof Syed Sibit-ul-Hasnain (Punjab); Prof Dr Najama Najam (Punjab), Education;

Mr Muhammad Yusuf Khan (Punjab), Art (Acting); Mrs Naveed Shahzd (Punjab), Art (Drama Artist/Writer); Mr Sallah-ud-Din (NWFP), Art (Drama Artist); Ms Tina

Sani (Sindh), Art (Music);

Ms Shahida Perveen (late) (Punjab), (Art, Music); Mr Niaz Ahmed (Sindh), (Art, Music); Mrs Mahtab Akbar Rashdi (Sindh), Art (Compering/

Social Worker); Mr Sami-

Ur-Rahman (Punjab), (Art, Photography); Mr Chishti bin Subho-Mujahid (Sindh), Art (Cricket Commentary); Mr

SM Naqi (Sindh), Art (Hockey Commentary); Haji Atta Mohammad Saharan (Punjab), Art (Lacquer Art); Mrs Farkhanda Lodhi (Punjab), Literature; Mr Muhammad

Ali Siddiqui (Sindh), Literature; Mr Agha Khalid Saleem (Sindh), Literature; Prof Dawar Khan Daud (NWFP), Literature; Mr Bashir Ahmad Baloch (Balochistan), Literature; Dr Muhammad Laeeq Babree (late), (Punjab), Literature;

Mr Mehrullah (Sindh),

Sports (boxing); Mr Zakir Hussain Syed (Punjab),

Sports (Administration & Management); Mr Zia-

Ul-Hasan Siddiqui (Punjab), Engineering; Dr Muham-

mad Javaid Iqbal (Punjab), Medicine (Cardiology);

Syed Shaukat Ali Shah (Punjab), (Literature, Literary Art); Dr Muhammad Ashraf Tai (Sindh), Sports; Late Muhammad Usman Dipali (Sindh), Literature; Late Moin Niazi Qawwal (AJ&K) (Art, Music);

Sitara-i-Quaid-i-Azam

Prof Dr Hermann Schnabel (Germany), Services to Pakistan;

Tamgha-i-Shujaat

Mr Abdul Raziq Durrani (Baluchistan), Gallantry; Mr Akbar Khan (Punjab), Gallantry; Mr Aftab Hussain (Sindh), Gallantry; Mr Wasim Akbar (Punjab), Gallantry; L/N(R) Muhammad Sadiq (NWFP) Gallantry; Mr Masood-ur-Rehman Khattak (late), (NWFP), Gallantry; Mr Muhammad Anwar (NWFP), Gallantry;

Tamgha-i-Imtiaz

Dr Imtinan Elahi Qureshi (Islamabad), (Science (Nuclear Physics); Dr Nighat Afza (Sindh), Science (Chemistry); Dr Yousaf Zafar (Punjab), Science (Agriculture); Mr Shamadad Khan khanzada (Sindh), Science (Agriculture) Prof Dr Muhammad Ashfaq (Punjab), Science (Agriculture, Entomology/Plant Protection); Mr Muhammad Rahim (NWFP), Science (Agriculture Research); Qazi Farhad (late) (NWFP), Engineering (Ali Craft Designing): Lt-Col (retd) Zia Ul Qamar (Punjab), Engineering (Electronics); Mr Attiq-ur-Rehman Qureshi (Punjab), Engineering (Mechanical); Syed Aftab Azim (Sindh), Art (TV Production); Ms Zubeda Javed (Punjab), Art (Painting); Mr Mehboob Ahmad Hamdani (Punjab), Art (Na’at Khwani); Mr Qamar Rahi (NWFP), Literature; Prof Ghulam Hussain (Saba Dashtiari) (Balochistan), Literature; Mr Abdul Rasheed Memon (Sindh), Literature (Lexicography); Mr Mohammad Shafi (Shafi Aqeel) (Sindh), Literature (Journalism); Mr Rahimullah Khan Yousafzai (NWFP), Literature (Journalism); Mr Hanif Khalid (Punjab), Literature (Journalism); Mr Aimal Zaman (NWFP), Sports (Golf); Lt-Col(retd) Abdul Samad Mir (Northern Areas), Sports (Boxing); Mrs Nosheen Ihtsham Qureshi (Punjab), Sports (Tennis); Mian Muhammad

Latif (Punjab), Public Service;

Dr Saeed-ul-Majeed (NWFP), Public Service; Dr Parveen

Azam Khan (NWFP), Public Service; Dr Begum Jan Masood (NWFP), Public Service; Sardarf Abdul Manan Khilji (Balochsitan), Public Service (SocialServices);

Tamgha-i-Khidmat

Mr Friedrich Faleh (Austria), Services to Pakistan; and Mr Manuel Gomez Millan (Mexico), Services to Pakistan.

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