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391. Dr. Zeenat Shaukat Ali

B . A.  English Literature 
and Islamic Studies M. A. Eng. Literature,
University of Mumbai.

Ph. D Islamic Studies
University of Mumbai,
Marriage & Divorce in Islam: An Appraisal

Teaching Experience
Since 1987

1. Founder Director-General, Wisdom Foundation, Mumbai, India.
2. Member, Central Wakf Council, New Delhi
3. Governing Body: Heras Society of History and Culture, St Xaviers College
4. Governing Body of K. R. Kama Institute of Oriental Studies.
 5. Member, Maharashtra State Women Council.
6. Vice-President, Sarvadoya International Trust, Maharashtra Chapter.
7. Formally, Vice-President, World Conference for Religions and Peace, (Bombay Chapter).
8. Vice Chairperson, Women Movement for Peace and Prosperity (Times Foundation).
 9. Member, Rotary Club of Bombay Mid-Town, Director, 2008-2010, International Service
10. Member, Indus International.
11. Governing Body of Department of Religious Studies, St. Xavier's College, Mumbai.
12. Life Member, Anjuman-I-Islam
13. Life Member, Bazm-e-Niswan
14. Trustee Institute of Islamic Studies, Mumbai.
15. General Body, Center For Study of Society and Secularism.
16. Board Member, Begum Khalsikar Girls School, Mumbai.
17. Board Member, Anjuman-i-Islam, Begum Sharifa Kalsekar Girls' School (English), Mumbai.
18. Charter Member, United Religions Initiative, San Fransisco, California, USA.

Some Important Conferences Attended and Papers Presented
1. Indian History Congress, Karnataka University, Dharwad, November 2-4, 1988.
2. Seminar on "THE AMERICAN PRESIDENCY" Amercian Centre, 8th August, 1988, Mumbai
3. Invited to address Anglo-Urdu Girls High School, Hubli, 5th November, 1988, addressed staff and students
4. Institute of Islamic Studies and Inter-faith Dialogue on Religious, 1989, Bombay.
 5. National Seminar on "Muslim Women Problems And Prospects", Aligarh Muslim University, February (Resource Person) 24-26, 1990 (Paper presented)
6. International Women's Meet, Organized by International Womens Forum World-Karachi. July 1990. (Paper presented)
7. Vikas Adhagan Kendra, Secularism in India — A Multiple Religious Perspective" Bombay, October 11-13, 1991
8. lndo-Arab Islamic Youth Association Hyderabad, All India Conference on Palestine Rights, 14- 15, December, 1991
9. Indo-Arab Islamic Youth Association Delegate NGO United Nation H. Q., New York, USA, February 21-23, 1992
10. Muslim Intelligentsia Meet, Resourse Person, Convention The Triple Talaq, August 8, 1993 at New Delhi (Paper Presented)
11. Citizens for National Consensus, National Seminar on The "Ultimate Objective or Electoral Reforms in Good Governance" December 18-19, 1995 Bombay.
12  Resource Person, The All India Women's Education Conference at Crescent High School, Chennia, December 21-23, 1996 "The Cultivation of Knowledge 84 Learning in Islam" (Paper published)
 13. Attended Workshop on "Modern Challenge Asian Youth and Islam" at Bangkok organized by Asian Muslim Action Network, 21-24, February 1997 as Resource Person. Presented Paper on "Islam and The Dilemmas of Modernism" (Paper published)
 14. Delegate : as one of the 100 leaders of the World Religious to a Conference by "United Religious Initiative" Standford University, San Francisco, U. S. A. June 23-27, 1997.
15. Delegate "Inter-faith Religious Conference" on Muslim/Christian Relations—August 7-9, 1997, Jakarta, Indonesia. Presented Paper on "Status of Women in Islam" (Paper Published)
16. Delegate National Seminar on "The Status of Women in Religion" at Akshardham Centre for Applied Research in Social Communal Harmony, April 25-27, 1998 Presented Paper on "Empowerment of Muslim Women" Paper to be published.
17. Delegate: Conference on "Imam Khomeni" organized by the Culture Centre of Iran on 3 — 4, June, 1998. Read a Paper on "The Role of imam Khomeni in Women's Activities" (Paper to be published).
18. Delegate: one of hundred leaders at Standford University to a Conference organized by "United Religious — Initiative" 21-26 June, 1998
19. Delegate: New York by G. 0. P. I. 0. to address Intellectuals on "Empowerment of Women", 19th June, 1998.
20. Delegate : Cairo Interaction of dignitaries, academicians, writers in connection with The Egyptian Experience concerning women. June 5-12, 1998.
21. Invited to National Seminar on "Empowerment of Women" 31' August, 1998 Delhi.
22. Visited Oxford, Cambridge and London Universities to meet scholars in connection with the new book Entitlec 'Alternatives in Islam" July 2-10, 1998.
25. Invited to Indonesia For Inter- filial Conference Organized by the Temple University, U. S. A. Honorable President Wahid Abdul Rahman Inaugurated The Conference in his palace Honorable Crown Prince Jordan cave the keynote address Presented paper on "Islam & Democracy" February 1999. Paper published
26. Delegate : United Religion Initiative to Dale Carnagie University, Pittsburgh, United Religions University, Signing of U. R. I. Charter, by Charter Members July, 2000.
27. Delegate: Bangkok by World Churches of Churches : Conference on Education. Presented paper on "The Cultivation of Knowledge in Islam" October, 2000 (Paper Published)
28. Delegate : UNESCO Head Quarters in Paris by "United Religious Initiative", November 2000 Religions in Dialogue. Paper presented and Published
29. Delegate : Germany: Dusseldorf, February, 2001 by "Foundation of World Religious" Presented paper on "Rabia of Basra" (Paper Published)
30. Delegate to Geneva, Chateau de Bossay to a Conference on "Religion and Violence" June, 2002, Resource Person
31. Delegate : Council of World Churches, Indonesia, Jakarta for a Conference on Multi-Religious Dialogue on Peace Initiative July, 2002
32. Delegate : Conference on "War and Peace in Islam" New Delhi, organized by Delhi Polity Centre Paper Presented and Published. "War and Peace in Islam: Myth or Reality"
33. Delegate Aliyar Conference "Peace Initiatives in World Regions" 15-17 August 2002. Presented Paper "Post Cold War Crisis — Religions & Violence". Presented Paper.
34. Delegate : University of Bonn, Germany, "The European Islamic Dialogue" An initiative of the Getman Government July 2003.38 women educatioalists from Muslim countries interacted.
35. Launched the organization for "Womens Movement for Peace And Prosperity", Intoduction and opening remarks "Building Bridges between Communities" "Times of India" (opening remarks) 8th March, 2003
36. Delegate : Conference for "Womens Movement For Peace and Prosperity" on Conflict Resolution July, 2003 at Times of India Building.
37. Delegate : The Indo-Arab Society, Conferance on Peace Initiatives. Presented paper, "How Can the Intelligentsia in the Country Overcome Fundamentalism and Fanaticism"
38. Delegate and Resource Person for Conference on "Initiatives For Change". Paper presented Dialogue on Diversities, organized by Moral Rearmament, Panchghani, Maharashtra on December 15-22, 2003 or
39. Paper Published on "Muslim Diversity In India" "One India One People". Nov, 2003
40. Delegate : Istanbul, Turkey by TESEV Respondent to an International Conference on "Terrorism, Democracy, and the Responses of Civil Wociety in the Muslim world. The respondents were from 11 Muslim countries, held in February 24th to 26th, 2004.
41. Delegai : The Japan Foundation in Delhi to present a paper on the Rights of Muslim Women. Present d a paper on "A Jihad for Muslim Women" held on March 21st' 2004. Paper published
42. Delegate: The Institute of Islamic Studies as a Resource person. Conference on "Concept of Freedom in Religion". Presented paper on "Concept of Freedom in the Religion in Islam" on April 25th 2004, Murnbai.
43. Delegate: TUSEV in Istanbul on a Conference on -Philanthrophy in Muslim Societies" on September 2nd to 4th 2005 as a participant and respondent 2005 from India.
44. Invited to the release of the book brought out by Dr. Rafiq Zakaria entitled "Where Have Muslims Gone Wrong in India ? Presented paper.
45. Invited as Full Bright Scholar by "United College of Ascension" University of Bimingham December 2005. -April 2006. Attented several seminars, educational films and interacted with international scholars.
46. Invited by Unversity Birmingham University to conducted a workshop on Muslim Women March 2006 Delegation of scholars from 18 countries participated.
47. Invited by Queens College, Birminham on Febuary 24th to read paper on "The Concept of Non-Violence as A policy In Islam. Over seventy persons attended.
48. Delegate to Program "Islamic Life in America" conducted by the State Department, United States of America. May 2007-June 2007. Visited Universities, Churches, Synagogues, Mosques interacted with State dignitaries, religious leaders and scholars from seven States.
49. Delegate at an International Conference organized by the Government of Malaysia on Human rights. Conducted workshop as resource person on Muslim women. Delegates from several Muslim Countries participated.
50. Delegate to an International Conference organized by the Pilar Seminary, Goa 2008 on -Religions and Globalization". Presented paper on "Islam and Globalization" Paper published.
51 .Delegate to Turkey, ( Konya and Istanbul ) for Commemoration Lectures of Maulana Jalaluddin Rumi's hundredth Anniverasry, December 2010
52. Delegate to, Kabul, Afghanistan on "The Rights of Women in Islam" by Afghanistan Academic and Islamic Research Center ( AAIRC ) from Sept. 18-25 , 2011. Meetings with Parliamentarians, Mawlanas, Human Rights Activists, Scholars and others. Paper presented on "Empowerment of Muslim Women" Invited as delegate by almost 20 organizations in the past from 2009-2011 to address groups on Islam and Peace.
Over the years conducted and participated in workshops, written and published several papers of which a few have been mentioned.
Recipient of Vijaya Shree National Award, 1997-98 for Education Enriching human life and outstanding attainment. Selected for the International Directory of Distinguished Leadership for outstanding contribution to contemporary society (6th edition). This is from the "American Biographical Institute" (Established in 1967).
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390. Manakkadavan Muhammed Haji

Manakkadavan Muhammed Haji is by now 91, yet his memories are still precise while recollecting his life in pre- and post-independence India. He was born to Manakkadavan Avaran Kutty and Panangampurath Aychutty in the year 1921, the year in which the Mappila [Muslim] community of Ernad [Malabar] waged a furious historical war against the British Empire. Popularly known as the Malabar Riot of 1921, the fight was successful in posing serious threats to the British colonial desires in Malabar.
Muhammed heard about his father through those stories told by his mother during his very young age. Muhammed was just in his second month of birth, when a huge British battalion under the leadership of Captain Mackento and Special Force Commander Lancaster marched to Pookotoor. The British already having fed up with the strong defence put forward by the brave Mappilas of Ernad (Malabar region -- the present Malappuram, Calicut) was all set for a final blow at the local Mappila rebels. They imprisoned the youths and tortured them to death. Then they brutally robbed villages and raped Muslim women.

 It was since then the native Muslim youths decided to fight against the atrocities at the cost of their life. They knew they will be killed soon in their attempts to fight against an empire, whose ‘sun doesn’t ever set’. They only had a few traditional knives and the locally developed guns, yet they were firm to stand by their strong decisions. Out of despair Aychutty, had no words to say and could not stop her husband. She almost fainted realising the fact that her very first child being just two month old, was soon gone out to be an orphan.
The day Muhammed became orphan
On the day they set out to fight the British, Avaran had a final glance at his two-month-old baby. He had within his hand a few meat, rice and coconuts and asked his wife to make and distribute those traditional Kerala dishes using those, if and only if they didn’t hear gunshots. Before setting out he asked his younger brother Kunjalavi to marry and protect his wife and child, predicting that he won’t return most probably.

None heard those gunshots for a long time. Aychutty became joyous and she had almost started distributing those ‘Thenga choru’ and ‘chicken curry’ in the neighbouring households but it was then they heard a series of gunshots being fired. There Muhammed was reborn as the lone son of a freedom fighter, a martyr. Since then he was not just an orphan but ‘an orphan to India’s struggle for freedom’.
The Mappilas’ war of 1921
What happened was like this. About 2000 of those Mappila fighters including Avaran Kutty hid at Valiyathodu between Pookkottur and Pilakkal. They had planned to attack the British army from behind when all the vehicles had crossed the bridge at Pilakkal. One person, who was not present in the final meeting of the fighters, began shooting when the first British vehicle reached the bridge. The army thus noticed them and directed their machine guns to Mappilas and began firing. However, the fighters did not turn back, but rather fought bravely. More than 300 Mappilas were killed by the British army. The army too lost several of their soldiers, including Commander Lancaster and the vice-Captain.

The whole 14 of those youths including Avaran Kutty from the neighbourhood were shot to death, the green paddy fields of Pookotoor soon turned ‘blood red’. It was only after three days the relatives were able to recover their bodies and they were altogether buried in a single grave now adjacent to the Pilakkal Masjid of Pookotoor. It was later in order to commemorate them, a Pookkottur war memorial gate was set up by the authorities.

Pookkottur war memorial gate built to commemorate the martyrs

Muhammed begins life amid miseries
Life was miserable with famines and communicable diseases and the fate had a few more ironies to play with Muhammed’s life. When the Second World War was on, the British went on recruiting Muslim youths by force into the British East India Company. The situation was such that even sufficient money won’t win you bread or rice. Muhammed too joined the army to escape starvation.

Muhammed had his military training in Punjab and Kolkata. During the Second World War, when the fierce war was on; they were in the trenches in Lahore.
Muhammed the Rebel
Now he is proud to be an ex-serviceman as well, because he was one among those rebels in the British East India Company, who revolted against the British army demanding independence. Being inspired by Gandhiji’s thought of independence, it was the time when Indians within the four companies of the British army grabbed keys of the arms and ammunition rooms of the military. Muhammed, another Perinthalmanna native Muhammad, Shankaran from Calicut were about to be beaten up but spared only because the Indians in the army as a single unit resisted. It was since then 400 Indians among the battalion were sacked and Muhammed got back to his home in Manjeri [Malappuram district].

Life after Independence
In the 1960’s Muhammed moved to the Wayanad district of Kerala, as he was sanctioned with the Ex-servicemen colony land for the British East India Company cadres. He has been receiving the freedom fighters and Ex-servicemen pensions and benefits since then. With every Independence Day and Republic Day ceremonies on the doorsteps, he feels jubilant and happier, just like on an Eid or a Bakrid because those are the days he gets honoured as a proud citizen; those are the days his father’s martyrdom is remembered and honoured. He is thankful to the government and local administration for those kind ceremonial invitations where he gets honoured and privileged.

Today’s India is not of his dream
Notwithstanding all honors and privileges, is today’s India what he had dreamt of? When asked his answers weren’t all that pleasant. He feels like the community who even sacrificed their lives for the sake of a free and independent India but are often marginalised or even alienated. He feels that there are even attempts to brand the historical freedom struggle of 1921 as a riot against Hindus of the region. On corrupt acts he faced in the governmental offices, Muhammed says, the independent India is at present colonised by wicked politicians and bureaucrats.

Now with his life mate Khadeeja [73] recently having succumbed to chronic Bronchitis he is in a bid to live his rest life on her memories with his lone son Aboobacker MM and his family. Whenever he gets someone to talk on those old glory days of his father and his own struggle for independence, he often forgets to have food, water or even a sleep.

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389. Iqbal Mohamed

Iqbal Mohamed is a noted Indian advertising & automobile photographer, an alumnus of Brooks Institute of Photography and also the founder of Light & Life Photography Academy. Top photographers like Sharad Haksar, G.Venkatram and Satyajit have assisted and learnt from him. Also a nature and outdoor photography lover he has worked with the tourism department and writing a photographic book on Andaman Islands. He closed down his studio in Mumbai at the peak of his career and founded India's first professional photography institute in Ooty, with an aim to provide international standard photography education.

Iqbal Mohamed is one of India's leading Advertising Photographer. Iqbal is an alumnus of Brooks Institute of Photography, California, USA . He also holds a Bachelors of Arts degree in History & Political Science from Loyola College (Chennai) and an MBA from the University of Madras. In his career as a photographer, he has shot many campaigns for various National and Multi-National clients, including Ford, Toyota, FIAT, Mistshubishi, Colour Plus, Ponds, TVS, Timex, Reebok, GE, BPL, Mahindra & Mahindra, Coca Cola, Ashok Leyland, etc.

Iqbal Mohamed - Advertising Photographer

Iqbal's passion is travel and nature. He has recently photographed for two coffee table books on the UNESCO World Heritage citing – "the Nilgiris Mountain Railway"and "Chola Architecture". His book "Portrait & Function Photography" is the first book of its kind to be published in eight Indian languages besides English, to reach photography education to the masses. He has co-photographed for two coffee table books "Karnataka" and "Bangalore". Iqbal's serious and urgent desire to impart professional photography education to aspiring talent set him in pursuit of his most ambitious project to date - India's first professional photography institute situated in Ooty - Light & Life Academy, supported by the industry like Kodak, Lakshmi Machine Works, Calumet, Elinchrom, Epson, etc. 

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388. Dr.Mohammad Aslam Parvaiz

Director, Islamic Foundation for Science & Environment

Principal, Zakir Husain College(Delhi University)

Principal, Zakir Husain College (University of Delhi) Delhi

Dr. Mohammad Aslam Parvaiz, who has a doctorate in plant physiology from Aligarh Muslim University, is currently Principal of Zakir Husain College (Delhi University). He is a science communicator working on the interface of Science & Islam and has five books and more than 350 popular science articles to his credit. He heads the Islamic Foundation for Science and Environment (India). He is founder and editor of Urdu Science, India’s first and only Urdu language popular science & environment monthly magazine published since 1994. He has contributed chapters to books and encyclopedia, including “Islam and Ecology” published by Harvard University Press and “Encyclopedia of Religion and Nature” published by Continuum Publishers, U.K. He has been invited to deliver lectures on Islam by universities like Harvard, Yale and Toronto, besides many other Institutions and Organizations across the globe. He was awarded an “International Visitor-ship” by the U.S. Government in 1995.

Mohammad Aslam Parvaiz

Dr. Mohammad Aslam Parvaiz, Principal Zakir Husain Delhi College (Delhi University) has a doctorate in Botany. He is the Founder Director of registered charity "Islamic Foundation for Science & Environment"(IFSE), New Delhi, India, which is working on the interface of Science, Environment & Islam. He is the Founder & Honorary Editor of a popular science & environment monthly magazine "Urdu Science" Published since Feb. 1994. He has four books and more than 300 articles to his credit. He was awarded
International Visitor-ship by U.S. Govt. in 1995 and was invited by University of Louisville,USA as South Asian scholar to participate in the program “Religion & Society: A Dialogue”, conducted in various
cities of US from 27th.October to 17th.November,2007. He has contributed to books & encyclopedias published by Harvard University Press, Continuum Publishers, U.K and Springer Verlag, among others.
He has visited Belgium, Canada, France, Indonesia, Jordan, Kuwait, Malaysia, Morocco, Nepal, Netherlands, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Spain, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom and United
States of America.

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387. Professor Dr Ahmad Abdul Hai

M.B.B.S (Hons), M.S. (Gen. Surg.), M.S. (Ortho.), F.R.C.S. (Edin), F.I.C.S., F.I.A.M.S., F.A.I.S, F.I.M.S.A. 

He is the son of Padma Bhushan Prof. (Dr) M. A. Hai, M.D. F.R.C.P. T.DD, and comes from a distinguished family of educationists. He was Professor and Head of the Department of Surgery at Patna Medical Collage Hospital and is currently Managing Director & Chief Consultant at Hai Medicare & Research Institute, a 450-bed Super Specialty Multi Disciplinary Tertiary Care Hospital in the making. This is the first centre in Bihar to be recognized for DNB Training in Anaesthesiology and General Surgery in December 2005 by the National Board of Examination, New Delhi. 

Dr. Hai has been a teacher of surgery for over three decades and has guided more than 50 Postgraduates students for their Masters & Doctorate degree in M.S & Ph.D (surgery). Dr. Hai has nearly 150 publications and presentations to his credit, which have been acclaimed nationally and internationally

He takes keen interest in scientific organizational work and is a Member of at least 20 scientific organizations. He has been the Vice-President of the International College 

of Surgeons and member of the Governing Council of the Association of Surgeons of India, and is presently the Vice President of the Indian Chapter of Royal Collage of Surgeons of Edinburgh. Pleased by his sterling organizational work and his established status as a teacher of repute, the Association of Surgeons of India made him the chief Editor of the "ASI Text Book of Surgery", which has been published by Tata McGraw Hill. The book has contributions by more than 130 renowned surgeons who are an authority in their own fields. The second edition is expected to reach the market in 2007. 

The social & philanthropic activities of Dr. Hai are equally well known and his interest in the upliftment of those who are under privileged made him the president of the orphanage, Khadimullslam at Patna City. The rampant illiteracy amongst our masses equally worries him and moved by this, his organization has taken up the challenge of achieving "100% literacy for all" under the aegis of FLAME (Forum for Literacy Awareness & Muslim Education) of which he is the Founder Chairman. 

He is in the Member Managing Council, Nadvatul Ulema, Lucknow and a Member of the Court of Aligarh Muslim University. Other 30 organizations are benefited by this philanthropy, his favorite being the Indian Red Cross Society, Bihar State Branch, of which he was the Vice-President. He is presently the Chairman of Red Cross Relief Committee and member of the Central Red Cross Managing Committee and Finance Committee. 

Dr. Hai is widely travelled and has been invited for guest lectures to various countries. In spite of his busy schedule he always finds time to participate and make his expertise available for educational and other purposes. He has been the inspector for the Medical Council of India and an External Examiner in Surgery at prestigious universities of India and abroad.

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386. Ashfaque Mushhadi

Urdu Journalist

Ashfaque Mushhadi, Madhya Pradesh Special Correspondent of Rashtriya Urdu Sahara, will be honoured with national level Hakim Qamr-ul-Hasan Award for Urdu journalists by the Madhya Pradesh Urdu Academy here on Thursday evening.

Others to be felicitated with the national-level awards include: Zafar Sehbai for the Meer Taqi Meer Award, Qaiser Siddiqui for the Hamid Saeed Khan award, Ishrat Wahid for Shadan Indori Award and Mushtaq Waleed for the Johar Qureshi award.

While those to be conferred State-level awards are: Shakeel Gwaliori for the Siraj Meer Khan Sehar award, Shan Fakhri for the Basit Bhopali award, Abdul Hai Anjum for the Mohamed Ali Taj award, Iqbal Girami for the Nawab Siddique Hasan Khan award, Farukh Anjum for the Sheri Bhopali award, Khalida Siddiqui for the Kaif Bhopali award, Om Prabhakar for the Sukhan award and Qazi Malik Naved for the Shifa Gwaliori award.
The Madhya Pradesh Urdu Academy had announced the above national and State level awards for 2010-11 . The awards are conferred for commendable service provided to the Urdu language.
According to Urdu Academy secretary Ms Nusrat Mehdi, the awardees would be provided cash awards, mementos and shawls at the award ceremony. The function would be presided over by noted poet Padamshree Dr. Basheer Badr, who is also chairman of the Urdu Academy while chief guest will be Member of Parliament Kailash Joshi. Ex-MP Kailash Sarang, BJP leader Rameshwar Sharma and Madhya Commissioner for Minority Welfare Raghuveer Shrivastav would be guests of honour.
An All India Mushaira will also be held on the occasion after the awards presentation ceremony. The Mushaira will be compeered by poet Mansoor Usmani of Moradabad. 

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385. Shaykh Salman Al Nadwi

Allama Syed Salman Al Husaini Al Nadwi is a world-renowned scholar and professor in the Islamic sciences. He is an author of numerous scholarly works in Arabic and Urdu. Salman Hussaini Nadwi is serving as the Dean of the Faculty of Shariah at the renowned Darul-uloom Nadwatul Ulama madrasa in Lucknow. Besides these he is also serving as the chairman of the Dr. Abdul Ali Unani Medical College and Hospital, Chancellor of Darul Uloom Syed Ahmad Shaheed - Katoli, President of Jamiat Shabaab ul Islam. He is also a member of the All India Muslim Personal Law Board, member of the court of Aligarh Muslim University, a member of Rabita Adab Islami Alalami, a member of Islamic Fiqh Academy (India) and a member of many other Islamic organizations. In addition, he is a founding member of numerous medical, IT and engineering colleges in India. Shaykh Salman is also the editor and co-editor of thirteen different periodicals in English, Urdu, Persian and Arabic languages published in India and abroad.

Early Life and Education

Moulana Syed Salman Husaini Nadwi was born in 1954, in the city of Lucknow into a noble family of scholars. His lineage can be traced back to the Islamic Prophet through Husayn ibn ‘Ali (RA), whose noble progeny would become famous for its tireless services in propagating the religion and sacrifice in the path of Allah. His mother is the niece of the great Indian Islamic scholar and thinker Allamah Abul Hasan Ali Hasani Nadwi, from whom Moulana benefited greatly.

Shaykh Salman began his elementary education at a branch school of Darul-uloom Nadwatul Ulama where he memorized the Qur’an at an early age. After completing a middle school level education of Islamic studies, he matriculated to a graduate program at the College of Shari‘ah and Usul al-Din in Darul Uloom Nadwatul Ulama. After graduation in 1974 AD, he, alongside a group of other graduates, established the Jam‘iat Shabab al-Islam (Muslim Youth Assembly), an organization that is considered today to be one of the largest and most active Islamic organizations in India.
Shaykh Salman completed a masters degree in Hadith (al-Hadith al-Sharif wa ‘Ulumuhu) from Darul Uloom Nadwatul Ulama in 1976 AD. A year later, he was admitted into the College of Usul al-Din at the Imam Muhammad ibn Saud Islamic University and continued to pursue higher education in the field of Hadith. He received his masters degree in Hadith studies with high recognition in 1980. His dissertation, Jam‘ Alfaz al-Jarh wa ‘l-Ta‘dil wa Dirasatuha min Kitab Tahdhib al-Tahdhib li ‘l-Hafiz Ibn Hajar, was completed under the supervision of the erudite hadith and usul scholar, ‘Allamah ‘Abd al-Fattah Abu Ghuddah (Rah). Shaykh Salman benefited heavily from Shaykh Abu Ghuddah in the field of hadith studies during his stay at the Jami‘ah and was amongst his most distinguished and beloved students.

 Work Life

Upon his return to India, Maulana was appointed as a lecturer of Hadith at Nadwat al-‘Ulama’ and later a full-time professor of Hadith. Eventually, he was chosen to be Director of the Faculty of Islamic Law therein, in which capacity he serves today, besides lecturing in Hadith and Tafsir.
Maulana travels extensively throughout the world for the sake of Islam. He has served as a guest lecturer at numerous universities and Islamic institutions in dozens of Muslim and non-Muslim countries around the world. As a representative and now substitute for his indirect grandfather Syed Abul Hasan Ali Hasani Nadwi, he has attended countless Islamic conferences on a wide variety of topics, delivering fluent Arabic speeches therein. His tender and mild character, boldness in matters of truth, and purity of language have captured the hearts of audiences wherever he has traveled. Coupled with the eloquence of his tongue and the magnificence of his speech, Moulana is also a true successor to his grandfather in academic prowess and zeal for da‘wah.
Maulana has served the Muslim community in India in many ways and in various social, educational and other fields. Amongst his most lasting and significant contributions has been the establishment of the Madrasat al-Imam Ahmad ibn ‘Irfan al-Shahid al-Islamiyyah in 1975.

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384. Dr. Abdul-Majeed Azad

Chemical Engineer

Ph.D., University of Madras, India, 1990.
Research Scientist, Indira Gandhi Center for Atomic Research, India, 1983 - 1991.
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, The Ohio State University, Columbus, USA, 1991 - 1995.
Assistant Professor, Department of Physics, University Putra Malaysia, Malaysia, 1996 - 1999.
Senior Researcher and Consultant, Advanced Materials Research Center (AMREC), Malaysia, 1999 - 2000.
Research Scientist, NexTech Materials Ltd., Worthington, OH, 2000 - 2003.
Associate Professor, Department of Chemical and Environmental Engineering, The University of Toledo, Toledo, OH, 2003 - 2009.
Professor, Department of Chemical and Environmental Engineering, The University of Toledo, Toledo, OH, 2009 - .
2010-11 Fulbright Distinguished Chair in Alternative Energy Technology, Department of Energy and Environment, Division of Energy Technology, Chalmers University of Technology, Göteborg, Sweden.

 The United States Patent 8,227,373 B1 on Exhaust Gas Purification Catalysts And Methods of Making the Same issued, July 24, 2012 Exhaust Purification Technology
Asem Aboelzahab Wins The Best MS Thesis Award: Investigation of the Efficacy of Titania Nanofibers and Nanocoatings Towards the Mitigation of Surgical Site Infection Caused by Staphylococcus aureus (May 2012)

Former Grad Student in the News UTNews, August 29, 2011

UT Professor's Work in Carbon Dioxide Gets Coveted Award Toledo Blade, September 08, 2010

Fulbright Distinguished Chair Award to ACerS Member ACerS Bulletin, August, 2010

Fulbright Distinguished Chair Award: 2010-11 UTNews, July 12, 2010

Video of the Week: CO2 Utilization vs. Sequestration Ceramic Tech Today, July 8, 2010

Professor Ikram Ul Haq of National Center of Excellence in Physical Chemistry (University of Peshawar, Pakistan) Visits Materials Research Laboratory under URAF's Summer 2010 Visiting Research Scholar Award (June-July 2010) ZnO Poster

Sirhan Al-Batty Wins The Best MS Thesis Award: Utilization of CO2 to Mitigate Greenhouse Gas Effect (May 2010)

Undergrad Intern Eric McDaniel Wins The 2010 Undergraduate Summer Research and Creative Activity Program (USRCAP) Award Conversion of Fossilized Diatom into Titania Photocatalyst with Preserved Periodic Structural Hierarchy

UT Team: People in the Spotlight The American Ceramic Society Bulletin, June/July 2009

Hydrogen Gets Hot: Fuel Cells the Next Big Thing! WGTE, Toledo, April 15, 2009. 

Honors and Awards

  • Young Scientist Award, Nominee Designate: Indian National Science Academy (1989).
  • Young Metallurgist Award, Nominee Designate: Indian Institute of Metals (1990).
  • Young Investigators' Award to the Gas Sensor Project: B.F. Goodrich Company, OH, USA (1993).
  • Certificate of Appreciation for Excellent Postdoctoral Research: The Ohio State University, USA (1994).
  • Best SEM Micrograph Award in the Materials Science category: 8th Scientific Conference of the Electron Microscopy Society of Malaysia, Genting Highlands, Malaysia (December 1999).
  • Certificate of Recognition, NASA. May 2002. Certificate.
  • America's Registry of Outstanding Professionals, 2003-2004.  

Exotic microstructures can be viewed on Flickr:
The microstructures are available interactively in the multimedia 'Phlog' (Photolog) section.

CNTs supported on chromel wire

Electrospun ceramic nanofibers

Surface nanofication

Green energy demonstration

Global Venture Challenge '09 Competition at Oak Ridge National Laboratory

12th International Meeting on Chemical Sensors, Columbus, OH, July 13-16, 2008 

Awards & achievements

Positions open
Postdoc in Glass-Ceramic Nanocomposite SOFC Compliant Seals

2 PhD positions for the academic year 2012-13 in the area of Chemical Looping Combustion for Inherent CO2 Sequestration: Fully supported for 3 years

Research interests/On-going research
CO2 Mitigation via Utilization
CO2 Sequestration via Chemcial Looping Combustion (CLC) and Chemical Looping via Oxygen Uncoupling (CLOU)
Nanofibrillar Ceramics with Functionality
Sulfur-tolerant Nanocatalysts for Logistic Fuel Reforming
Agile Desulfurizers for Logistic Fuels
Materials for Biomedical Applications: Photoactive Nanogauze and Coatings
Intelligent Automotive Exhaust Emission Control Technology
New-generation Nanocatalysts for Fischer-Tropsch Synthesis of Alternative Fuels
Mono-shaped, Mono-sized Multi-functional Nanoceramics
Smart Gas Sensors


The American Ceramic Society, OH, USA.
The Electrochemical Society Inc., NJ, USA.
Materials Research Society, PA, USA.
Chair, NW Ohio/Michigan Section of the The American Ceramic Society (2004-2005).
Associate Editor, Reviews in Advanced Sciences and Engineering (RASE).
Member, Editorial Board, International Journal of Nanomanufacturing (IJNM).
Member, Editorial Board, Journal of Nanoengineering and Nanomanufacturing (JNN).
Co-organizer, Energy Symposium, MS&T’07 Conference and Exhibition (Detroit, MI) Sep. 16-20, 2007.
Chair, Technical Program, 12th International Meeting on Chemical Sensors (IMCS-12), Columbus, OH, July 13-16, 2008.
Co-organizer, Energy Symposium, MS&T’08 Conference and Exhibition, October 5-9, 2008, Pittsburgh, PA.
Co-organizer, Energy Symposium, MS&T’09 Conference and Exhibition, October 25-29, 2009, Pittsburgh, PA.
Co-organizer, Energy Symposium, MS&T’10 Conference and Exhibition, October 17-21, 2010, Houston, Texas.
Member, International Advisory Committee, 5th International Conference on Surfaces, Coatings and Nanostructured Materials (NANOSMAT-5), 19-21 October 2010; Reims, France.
Member, North and South America Regional Committee, IMCS 2012 - The 14th International Meeting on Chemical Sensors, May 20 - 23, 2012, Nürnberg/Nuremberg, Germany. 

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383. Dr Tasneem Fatma

Academic Qualification:
M.Sc, Ph.D. (Botany)
Field of Specialization:
Cyanobacterial Biotechnology, Phycology, Ecology, Environmental Biology
Designation :
Professor and Ex Head
Department :
Institution :
Jamia Millia Islamia (Univ.), New Delhi – 110025

Academic Qualifications:
  1. B.Sc Lucknow Univ. 1976 Botany Zoology, Chemistry
  2. M.Sc Lucknow Univ. 1978 Botany (I position in order of merit)
  3. Ph.D Lucknow Univ. 1984 Botany (Phycology)
    Under the guidance of Prof. B.N. Prasad, entitled "Studies on Chaetophorales" including taxonomy, periodicity, distribution Pollution sensitivies of chaetophoralean algae and the physicochemical analysis of surrounding water.
Teaching Experience (Position Held): 27 years
Kanpur University (P.P.N. P.G. College) 29.1.82 – 14.5.86
Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi-110025 15.5.86 - 14.5.90
Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi-110025 15.5.90 – 14.5.98
Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi-110025 15.5.98 – Till Date
Administrative Experience :
i.  Head, Department of Bio-Sciences, 19.1.2001– 2004.
ii. Introduced B.Sc. Biotechnology (UGC) from 2001-2002 under the National Policy of Vocationalisation of Education and acted as its
Awards / Prizes / Certificates etc. :
i.    Birbal Sahni Memorial Gold Medal 1978
ii.   Best paper award of Indian Botanical Society 1986 (Phycology General Session, Madras, India)
iii.  DBT- National Associateship 1989-1992 (Tenable at CFTRI Mysore, India)
iv.  DBT- National Associateship - component part 1991-1992 (Tenable at Texas A & M Univ., USA)
v.   INSA – DFG Fellowship 1997 (Tenable at Rostock Univ. Rostock, Germany)
vi.  Special Achievement Award Association of India’s National News Papers (Day Today Events, Jan Ayog, Qaumi Zindagi) on 25.2. 2001,
      Constitution Club, New Delhi.

Seminar Conferences Attended with Paper Presentation:
International Symposium on Phycological Research
International Conference on Algal Biomass Resources and Utilization
7th Asia Pacific Conference on Algal Biotechnology
National Symposium on Phycology in India : Basic to Applied
National Symposium on Recent Advances in Phycology from Molecules to Ecosystem
Pacific Conference on Algal Biotechnology
New Delhi
International conference on Recent trends in Algal Biotechnology
National symposium on Biology and Biodiversity of Fresh Water Algae
National symposium on Recent Trend in Algal Biology and Biotechnology
Cyanobacteria and Plants under Environmental : Responses, Defence Strategies and Biotechnological Prospects Stress
International workshop on Microalgal biotechnology
New Delhi
Seminar on Science , Technology and Development Academic Staff College, JMI (resource person).
New Delhi
Workshop on Reorienting Teachers training to Address Sustainable development , NCTE, JMI
World Summit on Sustainable Development Nothern Region Workshop
The 2nd International Conference on Plants and Environmental Pollution
New Delhi
Women Scientists and Technologists for National Development
Hong Kong
The 4th Asia Pacific Conference on Algal Biotechnology
National Symposium on Phycology in Millenium New Millenium
International Conference on Tropical Aquatic Ecosystems :Health, Management and Conservation
New Delhi
National Symposium on Toxicology & Environmental Health
Symposium on Algal Biology and Biotechnology
International Conference on Plant & Environmental Pollution
International Symposium on Cyanobacterial Biotechnology
Italy (Urbino)
Fourth International Symposium on Photosynthetic Prokaryotes
New Delhi
National Symposium, Emerging Technology in Environmental Conservation
International Seminar on MFP in Forestry
New Delhi
Frontiers in Modern Biology
New Delhi
International Conference on Recent Advances in Medical& Aromatic Plants
Australia ( Melbourne)
Third International Phycological Congress
International Phycotalk Symposium
New Delhi
Indian Science Congress Association
International Symposium on Phycology
Indian Botanical Congress
Training /Workshop / Orientation Course Attended as Participant
xi   April 2, 2001 Centre for Environmental Education, Nothern Region Cell, Lucknow, India.
x .  August 17-Dec, 1998, Department of Biology, Univ. of Rostock, Germany under the guidance of Dr. Martin Hagemann, on Heavy
      Metal Stress Induced Changes in Cyanobacterial Protein Profile (Research Training)

ix.  March 1-2, 1996, Microbes: Bioremediation of Pollution and energy at the Centre for Advancement of Microbial Science, J.N.U.,
     New Delhi, India (Symposium)

viii. December 4-22, 1996, Gene Expression Systems and their Applications at ICGAB, New Delhi, India (Theoretical Course)

vii. August 21-September 8, 1995, Biodegradation of Chlorinated Pesticides, ITRC, Lucknow, India. (Short Training Programme)

vi.  October 24-November 11, 1994, Mathematical Ecology, ICTP, Trieste, Italy (Fourth Autumn Course)

v.   January 31- February 11, 1994, Marine Cyanobacteria Utilisation Programme, Bharti Dashan University, Trichi, India.
      (Short Training)

iv.  August 18, 1991-1992 ; Department of Biology, Texas A & M University, U.S.A., under the guidance of Dr. Jim Golden, on
     Recombinase involved in Heterocyst Development (Research Training ).

iii. March 15 – 16, 1993: Attended orientation Course - Programme for Academic Counsellor of Bechelor of Science, IGNOU, Delhi, India.

ii.  March20-April 4, 1990 : Participated in short term training programme on Gene & Chromosome Manipulation in fish at School of
     Biological Sciences, M.K.U., Madurai, India.

i.  March 1989-February 1990 : Research training at Autotrophic Cell Culture, CFTRI, Mysore, India on Yield Improvement of Spirulina by
    Growth Parameters & Genetic Engineering, under the guidance of Dr. L.V. Venkataraman.

Member of Societies :
vii. Phycological Society of India.
vi.  Association of Microbiologist of India.
v.   Indian Science Congress Association.
iv.  Indian Women Scientist Association.
iii.  Third Word Organization for Women in Science.
ii.   Asia – Pacific Society for Applied Phycology.
i.    Society of Environmental Scientists, Department of Botany, Delhi University
Research Projects and Fundings:
8.  Evaluation of Anti-diabetic compounds from cyanobacteria , CCRUM, 2009 (Ongoing)
7.  Investigation of insulin-like proteins from Spirulina,, UGC, 2009 (Ongoing)
6.  Interaction of malathion pesticide with osmolytes and free radicals in  Anabaena variabilis, DST, 2007 (Ongoing)
5.  Antimicrobial activity of cyanobacteria, ICMR, 2006 (Completed)
4.  Studies on cyanobacterial proline for bioremediation of water pollution UGC, 2004 (Completed)
3.  Phytotoxicity of heavy metals to Spirulina platensis and biomass analysis for  its application, UGC 1994 (Completed)
2.  Isolation and characterization of microalgal lipids and β-carotene, DST, 1990 (Completed)
1.  Use of cytoplasmic streaming in characean algae for monitoring aquatic  pollution, DOEn , 1989 (Completed)

Supervision of Students Research Work :
i.   Ph.D students - awarded –20, registered -10
ii.  M.Sc students - more than 50
List of Publications :
I. Book: Cyanobacterial and Algal Metabolism and Environmental Biotechnology, Ed. FatmaT, 1999, 1-272, Narosa Publishing, House,
    New Delhi, London.
II. Articles / Research papers :
66. Callus induction and whole plant regeneration in elite Indian maize (Zea mays L.) inbreds Rakshit,S, Rashid, Z, Sekhar,JC Fatma, T &
      Das, S Plant Cell Tiss Organ Cult 2010, 100: 31-37
65. Specific interaction of jacalin with phycocyanin, a fluorescent phycobiliprotein. Gunjan  P, Fatma T, Sudha M, Cowsik, Sneha Sudha
      Komath, Photochemistry and Photobiology, 2009, 97:87-93.

64. Specific interaction of the legume lectins, concanavalin A and peanut agglutinin, with Phycocyanin, Gunjan P Komat S, Fatma T,
      Photochemistry and Photobiology, 2009,85 :1126-1133

63. Screening of cynobacteria for phycobiliproteins and Effect of Different Environmental Stress on its Yield, Hemlata & Fatma T. Bull
      Environ Contam Toxicol 2009, 83: 509-515

62 Effect of Oxazolidinone ,RBx (Ranbezolid) on inhibition of Staphyloccocal Adherence to plastic surfaces, Mathur T, Singhal S, Bhateja P,
     Rattan, A, Bhatnagar P, Upadhyay D, Fatma T, Journal of Chemotherapy, 2008, 20: 420-427

61. Endosulfan induced biochemical changes in nitrogen fixing Cyanobacteria, Kumar S, Habib K & Fatma T, Science of Total Environment
      2008, 403:130-138.

60. Evaluation of antioxidant defence response to lead stress in Hapalosiphon fontinalis, Zutshi S, Chaudhry M, Bharat N, Abdin M Z and
      Fatma T, J. of Phycology, 2007, 44 (4):889-896 .

59. Study of Antimycobacterial Activity from Cyanobacterial Extracts and Phytochemical Screening of Methanol Extract of Hapalosiphon
      Rao M, Malhotra S, Fatma T & Rattan A, Pharmaceutical Biology, , 2007, 45: 228-93.

58. Effect of heavy metal stress on proline and malondialdehyde contents and superoxide dismutase activity in cyanobacterium-Spirulina
      platensis : Choudhary M, Jetly UK, Khan A, Zutshi S & Fatma T , Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, 66(2):204- 209, 2007.

57. Impact of environmental pollution on Cyanobacterial proline content , Khan M A and Fatma T , Journal of Applied Phycology, 2007,

56. Activity of blue green algae extracts against invitro generated Staphylococcus aureus with reduced susceptibility to vancomycin,
      Bhateja P, Mathur T, Pandya P, Fatma T & Rattan A , Fitoterapia, 2006, 77: 233-235

55. Detection of biofilm formation of the clinical isolates of Staphylococcus Evaluation of three different screening methods. Mathur T,
      Singhal S, Khan S, Upadhay D.J, Fatma T, Ind. J. Med. Micro., 2006, 24(I) : 25-29

54. Invitro Bacterial activity of oxazoidinone, RBx 8700 against Mycobacterium tuberculosis and Mycobacterium avium complex, Rao M,
      Sood R, Malhotra S, Fatma T, Upadhay D J & Rattan A, Journal of Chemotherapy., 2006, 18(2) : 144- 150

53. Characterisation of laboratory generated Vancomycin – intermediate resistant Staphylococcus aureus strains. International Journal of
      antimicrobial Agents: Bhateja P, Purnapatre K, Dube S, Fatma T & Rattan A , Int, J Antimicrob Agents, 2006, 27: 201-211

52. Detection of Vancomycin resistant Staphylococcus aureus : A comparative study of three different phenotypic screening method,
      Bhateja P, Mathur T, Pandya M, Fatma T & Rattan A, Indian J. of Med. Microbiol, 2005, 23(I):52-53

51. Adverse Effect of Staphylococci slime on invitro activity of glycopeptides: Mathur T, Singhal S, Khan S, Upadhay D.J & Fatma T ,
     Japanese Journal of Infectious Disease, 2005, 58(6) : 353-357

50. Tolerance of Spirulina platensis and Anabaena sp to Endosulfan, an organochlorine pesticide:. Kumar S, Jetly UK & Fatma T, Annals
      Botany, 2004, 18(2): 103-107

49. Toxicological studies of pesticides on cytoplasmic streaming in Nitella, Fatma T & Pandey SK, Indian Journal of Experimental Biology,
      2004, 242: 732-735

48. Cytoplasmic streaming velocity of Nitella as a new aquatic pollution bio assay technique, Fatma T Pandey S K in Plant response to
      environmental stress, chapter 31, Ed. Tripathi et al., International Book Distribution Co (Publication Division), Lucknow, 2004

47. Evaluation of biochemical productivity in cyanobacterium Spirulina platensis – S5 under heavy metal stress, Jetley UK, Choudhary M,
      Fatma T, Asian Journal of Chemistry Vol 16, Nos. 3-4, 1524 – 1528, 2004.

46. Evaluation of biochemical productivity in cyanobacterium Spirulina platensis – S5 under heavy metal stress Part - II. Jetley UK,
      Choudhary M, Fatma T, Asian Journal of Chemistry, 2004, 16 ( 3-4): 1868-1874

45.The impact of physical stress on the growth of cyanobacterium Spirulina platensis– S5. Jetley U.K, Choudhary M , Fatma T , Journal of
      Environmental Science & Engineering, 2004, 46(4): 303 – 311

44. Potentiality of cyanobacterium Spirulina platensis – S5 for bioremediation of zinc. Jetley U.K, Choudhary M, Fatma T, Bull. Env.
      Sci.,2004 I: 77-83

43. Potentiality of Cyanobacterium Spirulina platensis –S5 for Bioremidiation of Chromium (Cr).  Jetly UK, Choudhury, M & Fatma T , 2004,
      302- 314.

42. Invitro activity of RBX 7644 (Ranbezolid) on biopfilm producing bacteria. Mathur T, Bhateja P, Pandya M, Fatma T, & Rattan A,
      International J. of Antimicrobial Agents. London, 2004, ,24:369-373

41. Bioremedial potential of cyanobacterium Spirulina platensis – S5 for lead, Jetley UK, Choudhary M, Fatma T, Bull. Env. Sci., Vol I ( 2nd
        issue), 77-83, 2004.

40. Biosphere Fatma T, Environmental Education, Ed. Zeenat Qidwai, Institute of Advanced Studies in Education, 101-114,.2002.

39. Environmental Problems : Ethics and sustainable development Fatma T, Environmental Education, Ed. Zeenat Qidwai, Institute of
      Advanced Studies in Education, 74-88.,2002.

38. Algae and Human Welfare, Fatma T, IGNOU, LSE-12 Plant Diversity –1, 2000
37. Potential use of Phormidium for bioremediation of copper, Taneja L, Fatma T, Ind. J. Applied & Pure Biology, 2000, 15(2):83-86

36. Studies on potential use of cyanobacterium Westiellopsis for bioremediation of copper, Fatma T & Taneja L, Environmental Stress;
      Indication , Mitigation and Eco-conservation,Ed. M.Yunus, N.Singh, Kok, Kulwer Academic Press, Netherlands, 386-390, 2000.
35. Partial charecterization of an abundant human skin melanosomal 66 kDa protein (MP 66) and investigation to purify a similar protein
      from B16 murine melanoma tumors, Badisa RB, Rabburi D and Fatma T Melanoma Research , 2000, 10: 515-526 Research (10)

34. Phytotoxicity of heavy metals on Spirulina platensis, Sultan S & Fatma T, Phykos, 1999, 38: 87 – 92
33. Significance of n-3 poly-unsaturated fatty acids and algal potential as its source, Fatma T & Sultan S, in Book: Cyanobacterial and
      Algal Metabolisim and Environmental Biotechnology, Ed. Fatma T, Narosa Publishing House. 49-60. 1999

32. Cyanobacteria and heavy metal stress, Fatma T & Sultan S, in Book: Cyanobacterial and Algal Metabolisim and Environmental
      Biotechnology, Ed. Fatma T, Narosa Publishing House, 150-158, 1999.
31. A simple and rapid serum bactericidal assay and its evaluation in clinical isolates of Klebsiella, Sharma SK, Fatma T & Thukral SS, The
      Journal of Microbiological Methods, 1999, 39: 45-48
30. Effect of an abundant human skin, melanosomal 66 KDa protein MP66 on Murine tyrosinase: Its physiological implications on
      melanogenesis, Babu BR, Diwakar,G, Ramaiah A & Fatma T, Journal of Biosciences, 1998, 23 : 125-129.
29. Use of Cytoplasmic Streaming in Nitella for monitoring aquatic Pollution, Pandey, S.K., Khan AN,Singh AK, Fatma T , Amin M , Indian
      Journal of Experimental Biology, 1997, 35 :1258-1260
28. Cell type specificity of the Anabaena, fdx N – element rearrangement requires Xis H & Xis I, Ramaswamy KS, Carrasco CD, Fatma T,
      Golden JW, Molecular Microbiology, 1997, 23:1241- 1249
27. Development of anti-oxidative system of wheat seedlings in response to high light, Chauhan NP, Fatma T & Singhal GS, Physiologia
      Planterum, 1995, 94 : 97-103
26. Application of whole cell protein analysis by PAGE to estabish source of Salmonella typhimurium SDS-PAGE, Khan KA, Rattan A, Fatma
     T, Khan FG & Kalia A, The Journal of Infection, 1996, 33 :169-171
25. Studies on cyanobacterium Anacystis nidulans with respect to biochemical constituents and copper uptake, Taneja L & Fatma T ,
      Proceedings of International Symposium on Cyanobacterial Biotechnology, Trichirapalli, 433- 438 , 1996.
24. In vitro activity of ofloxacin against clinical isolates of Mycobacterium tuberculosis, Surpal BB, Khanna SP & Fatma T , Indian Journal
      of Tuberculosis, 1995, 43 :183-186
23. Finger Printing of Salmonella typhimurium – comparision between traditional and molecular methods, Khan .A, Rattan A, Fatma T ,
      Khan FG and Kalia, A, Ind. J. Medical Microbiology, 1995, 13 (3): 141-144
22. Algal Flora of saline alkali soil from rice fields of Siknaderpur, Hardoi, Singh BV, Fatma T & Goyal SK, Acta Botanica Indica, 1995, 23 :
21. pH tolerance in certain cyanobacteria, Singh SV, Goyal SK & Fatma T Phykos, 1995, 34 : 97 –103
20. Ecology, taxonomy and basiphyte preference studies on genus Coleochaete with a review on its evolutionary tendencies, Fatma T,
      Recent Advances in Phycology, ed. Kashyap ,AK and Kuma HD, 233-247, 1994.
19. Evaluation of selected strains of Spirulina for their constituents, Fatma T, Sarda R & Venkataraman LV, Phykos, 1994, 33: 89-97
18. Cyanobacterial and Algal Potential as Biochemicals, Fatma T & Venkataraman LV , J. Non Timber Forest, 1994, 1: 19-39
17. Protection of wheat chloroplast from lipid peroxidation and loss of photosynthetic pigments by quercetin under strong illumination,
      Chauhan NP, Fatma T & Mishra RK, J. Plant Physiology, 1992, 140 : 409-413
16. Conjugal gene transfer in filamentous cyanobacteria, Fatma T & Venkataraman LV, Current Science, 1992, 63: 186-191
15. Effect of culture filtrate on the growth of Spirulina platensis , Fatma T, Current Science, 1990, 59: 797-798
14. Ecological studies on Chaetophorales of two ponds of Lucknow, Fatma T, Phykos, 1990                  29: 89-94,
13. Taxonomy and Ecology of a New Indian chaetophoralean member Stigeoclonium longipilum Kuetz , Fatma T , Acta Botanica Indica,
      1990, 18: 276-277
12. Stigeoclonium nanum – A new Biological Indicator of Water pollution, Fatma T, Res. J. Pl. Environs, 1990, 6 (2): 89-91
11. Periodicity, distribution & basiphyte preference of epiphytic chaetophorales of three fresh water ponds of Lucknow, Fatma T,
     Perspective in Phycology.ed V.N. Raja Rao, Today & Tomorrow Printers & Publishers, New Delhi-5 , 121-125, 1990.
10. Bioproducts from microalga Dunaliella , Fatma T & Venkataraman, LV, Microbiology Today, 1990, 1 :138-150
9.  Morphological & Ecological Observations on Stigeoclonium farctum Chaetophorales, Chlorphyceae, Fatma T, Current Science, 1989,
     58: 1366-1367
8. Micro algal Lipids, Fatma, T , Everyman Science , 1989, 159-163
7. Epiphytic Algal Flora of Fresh Water Ponds of Lucknow - Chaetophorales, Fatma T , Phykos, 1985, 24 :173-174
6. Epibolium polysporum duringer, Chlorphyceae Chaetophorales, A Rare green alga from India, Prasad BN & Fatma T , Geophytology,
    1982, 12:336-339
5. Leptosiropsis torulosa jao – A new Addition to the Indian flora, Prasad BN & Fatma T, J .I. B. S , 1982, 61 : 411-422
4. Aphanochaete magna Godward – A new addition to the Indian flora, Prasad, B.N. & Fatma T, Geophytology, 1981, 11(2): 211-213
3. Stigeoclonium nudiusculum (Kuetz) Kuetz Emend – A new addition to the Indian flora, Prasad BN & Fatma T , Current Science, 1981, 50:
2. Chaetosphaeridium pringsheimii Klebhan -A new addition to the Indian flora, Prasad BN & Fatma T , Current Science, 1981, 50:187-
1. Bulbochaete ivorencis, Gauthier Lievere, - A new addition to the Indian flora, Prasad BN & Fatma T , Current Science, 1981, 31-32

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