Akhtar Ali

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Akhtar Ali (Urdu: اختر علی), . Born: 15 November 1963 in a middle class business family. He graduated from University of the Punjab while doing M.A.Political Science then did LL.B. from Punjab Law College as a pioneer student.He is an associate and follower of Ijaz Hussain Batalvi, the Legend.

Later he turned towards legal fraternity and started law practice and follow his passion of law teaching. He was appointed first legal advisor of Provincial Assembly of the Punjab. He is clinical Law Professor, Free Lance Columnist and his name was also appeared in "Who is WHo" in the World in the Edition of 2001.

Early Life[edit]

He remained an active social worker to help needy person. He was General Secretary of Social Welfare Society. He completed American History Course. He become member of member of Supreme Court Bar Association. He is fellow member of Human Right Commission and Asia Foundation. He is happily married to Khadija Qureshi with one daughter Dua Qureshi and two sons Waleed Qureshi and Umar Qureshi teenager. He is keen Golfer, swimmer and skeet shooter.


Awards[edit]

Dronacharya award 2001.[1]

Allsport Management, a city-based sports management company along with Ontrack Systems Ltd., an ISO 9001:2000 global IT & ITES company, will present GOLDEN AKHTAR, a programme to felicitate Akhtar Ali on his 50th year of yeoman service to Indian Tennis on Wednesday, September 21, 2005 at ITC Sonar Bangla Sheraton Hotel & Tower in Kolkata.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The Milli Gazette". The Milli Gazette. 2001-08-31. Retrieved 2008-11-05. 
  2. ^ "ontrack sponsors felicitation of akhtar ali". OnTrack Systems Limited. 2005-09-21. Retrieved 2008-11-05. 

External links[edit]

  • ZoomInfo, but a good source for information.
  • Bengal Tennis - The Bengal Tennis Association is the governing body of West Bengal's Lawn Tennis activities. West Bengal has always been a super power among India's tennis playing states. Winner of several National Tennis Championships, Bengal has produced many wonderful players like Akhtar Ali, Joydeep Mukherjee etc.