Pride of Performance Awards (1970–1979)

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Pride of Performance (Urdu: تمغۂ حسنِ کارکردگی) is a civil award given by the Government of Pakistan to Pakistani citizens in recognition of distinguished merit in the fields of literature, arts, sports, medicine, or science for civilians

1970[edit]

Name Field Specialization Province Country
Sheikh Mohammed Ismail Panipati Literature Writer Pakistan
Ismail Gulgee[1] Arts Painting Sindh Pakistan
Farida Khanum Arts Singing Punjab Pakistan
Abul Qasim Mohammad Moslehuddin Arts Music East Bengal East Pakistan (now Bangladesh)
Naheed Niazi Arts Singing Punjab Pakistan
Abdul Rasheed Junior[2] Sports Hockey Punjab Pakistan
Ahmed Riazuddin Sports Hockey Punjab Pakistan
Jahangir Butt Sports Hockey Punjab Pakistan
Chaudhry Ghulam Rasool[3] Sports Hockey Punjab Pakistan
Faiz Muhammmad Sports Wrestling Punjab Pakistan
Major Mohammad Aslam Khan Sports Wrestling Punjab Pakistan

1971[edit]

Name Field Specialization Province Country
Rasheed Chaudhry Pakistan
Ustad Gul Mohammad Khan Arts Music East Bengal East Pakistan (now Bangladesh)
S. M. Ikram Literature Writing Punjab Pakistan
Sufi Mutahir Hussain Literature Writing East Bengal East Pakistan (now Bangladesh)
Dr. Mehboob Ali Science Pakistan
Fazal Rehman Sports Hockey Punjab Pakistan
Tanvir Dar[4] Sports Hockey Punjab Pakistan
Riaz Ahmed Sports Hockey Punjab Pakistan
Nabi Ahmed Kalat Sports Hockey Punjab Pakistan
Zaheer Abbas[5] Sports Cricket Sindh Pakistan
Irshad Begum Chaudhry Services Nursing Punjab Pakistan

1972[edit]

Award not announced.

1973[edit]

Award not announced.

1974[edit]

1975[edit]

Chuadry Fazal Hussain Randahwa

1976[edit]

Parveen Shakir[8]

1977[edit]

Award not announced.

1978[edit]

Name Field Specialization Province Country
Molvi Ahmed Mallah Literature Poet Sindh Pakistan
Ibn-e-Insha Literature Poet and Writer Punjab Pakistan
Ahmed Parvez[9] Arts Painting Punjab Pakistan
Ustad Manzoor Ali Khan Singing Classical Music Sindh Pakistan
Sabri Brothers Arts Sufi Qawwali Group Sindh Pakistan
Ameer Hamza Shinwari Literature Poetry Khyber Pakhtunkwa Pakistan
Munir Sarhadi[10] Singing Music Khyber Pakhtunkwa Pakistan
Ameer Hamza Shinwari Literature Poetry Khyber Pakhtunkwa Pakistan

1979[edit]

Name Field Specialization Province Country
Faiz Mohammad Baloch Arts Folk Singer Balochistan Pakistan
Anna Molka Ahmed Arts Painting Punjab Pakistan
Khamiso Khan Arts Music Sindh Pakistan
Kishwar Sultan Arts Music Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pakistan Kishwar Sultan was the most popular Singer from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pakistan, Her contribution to the Pashto Music Industry are matchless, She served all mediums of Pashto Music including Pakistan television, Radio and Film Industry. Her expertise were in all genres of Music like Tappa, Badala, Charbeta and Ghazal, She was awarded with Pride of Performance in 1979 for her services during the Indo-Pak war days of 1965 and 1971. Radio Pakistan also acknowledged her services by presenting her a special certificate of appreciation.
Hakim Mohammad Yusuf Hasan Literature Writing Punjab Pakistan
Nabi Bakhsh Khan Baloch[11] Literature Writing Sindh Pakistan
Ashfaq Ahmad Literature Writing Punjab Pakistan
Habibur Rehman Qalandar Momand Literature Writing Khyber Pakhtunkwa Pakistan
Dr. S.A. Qureshi Pakistan
Ustad Fateh Ali Khan (Sitar Nawaz) Arts Music Punjab Pakistan
Ghulam Ali Arts Singing Punjab Pakistan
Alam Lohar[12] Arts Music Punjab Pakistan
Mureed Buledi Arts Music Balochistan Pakistan
Misri Khan Jamali[13] Arts Music Sindh Pakistan
Pathane Khan[14] Arts Music Punjab Pakistan
Mohammad Azam Chishti Art Naat Reciting Punjab Pakistan

References[edit]

  1. ^ Profile and awards of Ismail Gulgee on Clifton Art Gallery website Retrieved 7 September 2020
  2. ^ Lala Abdul Rashid's award info on Pakistan Sports Board website Retrieved 7 September 2020
  3. ^ Chaudhry Ghulam Rasool's award info on Pakistan Sports Board website Retrieved 7 September 2020
  4. ^ Tanvir Dar's award info on Pakistan Sports Board website Retrieved 9 July 2019
  5. ^ Zaheer Abbas's Pride of Performance Award on Pakistan Sports Board website Retrieved 7 September 2020
  6. ^ M. Ilyas Khan (22 April 2009). "Pakistani singer Iqbal Bano dies". BBC News website. Retrieved 3 July 2020.
  7. ^ "Iqbal Bano – Renowned Pakistani singer of Urdu ghazals". The Guardian (UK newspaper). 10 May 2009. Retrieved 3 July 2020.
  8. ^ Parveen Shakir's Pride of Performance Award info on urdupoetry.com website Retrieved 1 July 2018
  9. ^ "Homage: Remembering the maestro (Ahmed Parvez's award info)". Dawn (newspaper). 15 September 2013. Retrieved 11 July 2019.
  10. ^ Aziz, Shaikh (20 January 2002). "SPOT LIGHT: Munir Sarhadi – the sarinda virtuoso (includes his award info)". Dawn (newspaper). Archived from the original on 3 November 2007. Retrieved 10 June 2020.
  11. ^ Nabi Bakhsh Khan Baloch's award info on The Express Tribune (newspaper) Published 7 April 2011, Retrieved 9 July 2019
  12. ^ Alam Lohar's Pride of Performance Award info on samaa.tv website Retrieved 1 July 2018
  13. ^ Misri Khan Jamali's award info on tareekhepakistan.com website Retrieved 9 June 2020
  14. ^ Pathanay Khan's award info on The Express Tribune (newspaper) Pyblished 9 March 2016, Retrirved 9 July 2019