Pride of Performance Awards (2000–2009)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search

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.

2000[edit]

2001[edit]

2002[edit]

Awards were given on 23 March 2002.[2]

  • Himayat Ali Shair (poet and film songs lyricist)[2]
  • Jilani Kamran
  • Ali Haider Joshi
  • Ghaos Bakhsh Sabir
  • Afzaal Ahmed
  • Anwar Muzaffar
  • Jan Nisar
  • Rashid Ahmad
  • Shafiqullah
  • Aasim Fasih Khan
  • Abdul Qadeer Malik
  • Abdul Majeed
  • Maj Imran Basit
  • Ghulam Mustafa
  • Mohsin Agha
  • Mohammad Naeem
  • Mushtaq Ahmed
  • Khalid Aftab
  • Deena M. Mistri
  • Asghari Maqsood
  • Sabz Ali
  • Syed Moosa Hasany
  • Shoaib Ahmad
  • Shagufta Khaliq
  • Sabira Begum
  • Aisha Mohyuddin
  • Asif Satar s/o late Abdus Sattar
  • Umar Sardar
  • Mohammad Ajmal Khan (sciences, botany)[3]
  • Mohammad Aslam Malik
  • Mohammad Akram
  • Mohammad Imran
  • Mohammad Farooque
  • Akhtar Viqar Azim
  • Askari Mian Irani
  • Shoaib Mansoor (film and TV producer/director)[2]
  • Shaukat Mahmood (Maxim)
  • Farooq Zamir Ghory
  • Kanwal Naseer
  • Mohammad Jamil (late TV actor professionally known as Jamil Fakhri)[2]
  • Muneeza Basir, mother of the late Nazia Hasan (arts, singing)

2003[edit]

On 14 August 2002, the following list of recipients was announced. It consists of 32 individuals. The award were received by the winners on 23 March 2003.[4]

Name Field Specialization Country Province
Akhtar Hussain Jafari (Late) Literature Pakistan
Ada Jafri[5] Literature Pakistan Sindh
Syed Imdad Hussaini Literature Pakistan Sindh
Syed Zahoor Shah Hashmi (late) Literature Pakistan Sindh
Shahbaz Malik Literature Pakistan Punjab
Mohammad Nawaz Tair Literature Pakistan
Muhammad Ali Siddiqui[6] Literature Newspaper columnist Pakistan Sindh
Khalid Shamim Science Engineering Pakistan
Brigadier Khalid Latif Science Engineering Pakistan
Rana Abdul Qayyum Science Engineering Pakistan
Brig Imran Rehman Science Engineering Pakistan
Mohammad Khan Chaudhry Science Engineering Pakistan
Mohammad Riaz Khan Science Engineering Pakistan
Nadeem Ehsan Science Engineering Pakistan
Maqsood Ali Science Mining Pakistan
Malik Abdul Qadir Science Farming Pakistan
Barkat Ali Chaudhry Science Health Pakistan
Bashir Ahmad Science Physics Pakistan
Syed Shabbir Hussain Science Physics Pakistan
Sher Hassan Science Agricultural research Pakistan
Ghulam Ali Qureshi Science Biochemistry Pakistan
Mohammad Arif Niaz Science Physics Pakistan
Mohammad Khurshid Science Health Pakistan
Iftikhar Ahmed Art Cricket commentary Pakistan
Syed Afzal Hussain Art Sound recording Pakistan
Syed Munawwar Saeed Art Actor Pakistan
Abdul Aziz Baloch Art Folk music Pakistan
Ghulam Mustafa Art Painting Pakistan
Majeed Khan Art Sarangi playing Pakistan
Muneeza Hashmi, daughter of renowned poet Faiz Ahmad Faiz Art PTV producer Pakistan
Haider Ali Sports Boxing Pakistan
Rozi Ali Sports Mountaineering Pakistan
Mohammad Irfan Islam Sports Weight-lifting Pakistan

2004[edit]

On 14 August 2003, the following list of recipients was announced. It consists of 37 individuals. The award was received by the winners on 23 March 2004.[7][8][9]

Name Field Specialization Country Province
Yousuf Khan[7] Art Acting Pakistan Punjab
Mahtab Rashdi Art TV hosting/social work Pakistan Sindh
Chishty Bin Subh-o-Mujahid Art Cricket commentary Pakistan Sindh
Navid Shahzad Art Drama artist/writer Pakistan Punjab
Salahuddin Art Drama artist Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pakistan
S. M. Naqi Art Hockey commentary Pakistan Sindh
Haji Atta Muhammad Art Lacquer art Pakistan Punjab
Moin Niazi (late) Art Music Pakistan Azad Jammu and Kashmir
Shahida Parveen (late) Art Classical music Pakistan Punjab
Tina Sani Art Music Pakistan Sindh
Niaz Ahmed Art Music composing for TV programs Pakistan Sindh
Samiur Rahman Art Photography Pakistan Punjab
Najma Najam Education Pakistan Punjab
Khalid Hussain Hashmi Science Engineering Pakistan Punjab
Syed Nayyar Ali Science Engineering Pakistan Punjab
Tariq Rahman[10] Arts Education Pakistan Punjab
Ziaul Hasan Siddiqui Science Engineering Pakistan Punjab
Zia Aftab Science Electronics engineering Pakistan Punjab
Sohail Mazhar Science Mechanical engineering Pakistan Punjab
Abdul Aziz Mazhar Science Metallurgy engineering Pakistan Punjab
Iftikhar-us-Salam Science Metallurgy engineering Pakistan Punjab
Agha Khalid Saleem Arts Literature Pakistan Sindh
Bashir Ahmad Baloch Arts Literature Pakistan Balochistan
Dawar Khan Daud Arts Literature Pakistan Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Farkhanda Lodhi Arts Literature Pakistan Punjab
Laeeq Ahmed Babree (late) Arts Literature Pakistan Punjab
Muhammad Usman Diplai Arts Literature Pakistan Sindh
Syed Shaukat Ali Shah Arts Literary Art Pakistan Punjab
Syed Sibit-ul-Hasnain Science Medicine Pakistan Punjab
Muhammad Javed Iqbal Science Medicine (cardiology) Pakistan Punjab
Muhammad Iqbal Science Pakistan Punjab
Tariq Pervez Science Pakistan Punjab
Asif Iqbal Science Mathematics Pakistan Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Aslam Hayat Science Physics Pakistan Punjab
Muhammad Ashraf Tai Sports Martial arts Pakistan Sindh
Zakir Hussain Syed Sports Administration & management Pakistan Punjab
Mehrullah Sports Boxing Pakistan Sindh

2005[edit]

On 14 August 2004, the following list of recipients was announced. The awards were received by the winners on 23 March 2005.[11]

Name Field Specialization Country Province
Muhammad Mansha Yaad[12] Arts Fiction writer and novelist Punjab Pakistan
Hayatullah Khan Durrani Mountaineering / caving adventure Mountaineer, cave explorer, environmentalist Balochistan Pakistan
Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi Sports Tennis player Punjab Pakistan
Arif Lohar Arts folk music Punjab Pakistan
Shabnam Shakeel Arts Pakistan
Arfa Karim[13] Arts Computer science Punjab Pakistan
Rais Khan Arts Sitar player Sindh Pakistan
Abdul Rauf Rufi[14] Arts Naat Khawn Punjab Pakistan

2006[edit]

On 14 August 2005, the following list of recipients was announced. The award was formally received by the winners on 23 March 2006. [15]

Name Field Specialization Country Province/territory
Khalida Hussain Literature Writer Pakistan Islamabad
Shafqat Tanvir Mirza Literature Writer Pakistan Punjab
Ustad Badar uz Zaman Arts Classical music vocalist Pakistan Punjab
Ustad Qamar uz Zaman Arts Classical music vocalist Pakistan Punjab
Zehra Nigah Arts writer Pakistan Sindh
Asghar Nadeem Syed[15] Arts TV playwright and professor Pakistan Punjab
Amir Adnan Business Fashion designer Pakistan Sindh

2007[edit]

On 14 August 2006, the following list of recipients was announced. The award was received by the winners on 24 March 2007.[16][17][18][19]

Name Field Specialization Province Country
Shaan Arts Acting Pakistan
Ahmed Ali Khan Pakistan
Asad Amanat Ali Khan Arts Singing Pakistan
Naheed Akhtar[20] Arts Singing Pakistan
Ustaad Bashir Khan Arts Music Pakistan
Faakhir Mehmood[17] Arts Singing Pakistan
Munnu Bhai[20] Arts Journalism Pakistan
Fehmida Firdous Public Services Pakistan
Mehwish Nadir Khan Nursing Pakistan

2008[edit]

On 14 August 2007, the following list of recipients was announced. It consists of 39 individuals. The award was received by the winners on 23 March 2008.[21]

Name Field Specialization Country Province
Jamaluddin Ahmed Science Engineering Pakistan
Liaquat Ali Khan Science Nuclear engineering Pakistan
Ghulam Mohyuddin Science Experimental physics Pakistan
Sohail Ahmed Science Engineering Pakistan
Syed Zia Hasnain Science Nuclear engineering Pakistan
Ziafat Hussain Science Pakistan
Muhammad Shahzad Science Engineering Pakistan
S Tauqeerul Islam Science Engineering Pakistan
Muhammad Arshad Science Pakistan
Farhan Saif Science Pakistan
Syed Abdul Mujeeb Science Medicine Pakistan Sindh
Muhammad Saeed Khokhar Science Medicine Pakistan
Syeda Anese Fatima Majid Khan Education Pakistan
Allah Bukhsh Art Khussa making (shoe-making) Pakistan
Munni Begum[22][23] Art Singing Pakistan
Akhtar Munir Art Wood carving Pakistan
Gopal Das Art Tie & dye Pakistan Sindh
Haji Mehr Ali Art Qawwali Pakistan
Haji Sher Ali Art Qawwali Pakistan
Nahid Raza Art Visual arts Pakistan Sindh
Gul Bahar Bano Arts Singing Pakistan Sindh
Mujahid Hussain Arts Composer - TV programs musician Pakistan
Rasheed Malik Arts Music Pakistan
Sultana Siddiqui[21] Arts TV producer/media professional Pakistan Sindh
Abdul Karim Balouch Arts TV producer/drama writer Pakistan Sindh
Abdul Qadir Junejo Arts Drama acting Pakistan Sindh
M. Hanif Raza Arts Photography Pakistan
Nasreen Askari Arts Art & culture Pakistan
Shafqat Amanat Ali Khan[21] Arts Classical music vocalist Pakistan Punjab
Mansoor Rahi Arts Painting Pakistan Punjab
Ustad Mubarak Ali Khan Arts Classical singing Pakistan Punjab
Noorul Huda Shah[21] Literature Playwright Pakistan Sindh
Saleem Akhtar Literature Pakistan
Tanveer Abbasi Literature Poetry Pakistan Sindh
Muhammad Taha Khan Literature Poet Pakistan
Lt-Cdr Zahid Rauf Sport Yachting Pakistan
Nida Waseem Sport Tennis Pakistan Sindh
Zubair Ahmed Hundal Sport Kabaddi Pakistan
Shahid Rehman Sport Jockey Pakistan
Tari Khan[24] Arts Tabla playing Pakistan Punjab

2009[edit]

On 14 August 2008, the following list of recipients was announced. It consists of 58 individuals. The award was received by the winners on 23 March 2009.[25]

Name Field Specialization Country Province
Shafqat Farooq Science Agriculture/biotechnology Pakistan Punjab
Javed Iqbal Akhter Science Physics Pakistan Punjab
Syed Muhammad Hassan Zaidi Science Information technology Pakistan Punjab
Muhammad Mazhar Science Chemistry Pakistan Punjab
Muhammad Aslam Noor Science Mathematics Pakistan Punjab
Obaidullah Baig[26] Arts PTV personality (Kasauti - 1967) Pakistan Sindh
Muhammad Riaz Science Chemical engineering Pakistan Punjab
Muhammad Daud Shah Science Communication engineering Pakistan Punjab
Qammar Mehboob Science Chemical engineering Pakistan Punjab
Faiq Mazhar Science Geology Pakistan Punjab
Muhammad Rashid Mansoor Science Mechanical engineering Pakistan Punjab
Muhammad Naeem Sheikh Science Mechanical engineering Pakistan Punjab
Shahid Iqbal Science Civil engineering Pakistan Punjab
Tafseer Ahmad Science Electronics engineering Pakistan Punjab
Haider Ali Bhatti Science Aerospace engineering Pakistan Punjab
Tariq Ahmad Science Mechanical engineering Pakistan Punjab
Noorullah Science Ballistics Pakistan Punjab
Arshad Ali Education Professor Pakistan Punjab
Muhammad Younus Khan Art Cameraman Pakistan Punjab
Emanuel Philip Art Photography Pakistan Punjab
Rehana Siddiqui Art Acting Pakistan Punjab
Shabbir Hussain Art Tabla playing Pakistan Punjab
Manzoor Hussain Art Music composer Pakistan Punjab
Shafqat Ali Khan Art Classical music Pakistan Punjab
Parveen Nazzar Art Singing Pakistan Punjab
Javaid Tufail Niazi (son of folk singer Tufail Niazi) Art Folk singing Pakistan Punjab
Babar Ali Niazi (son of folk singer Tufail Niazi) Art Folk singing Pakistan Punjab
Hajra Mansoor Art Painting Pakistan Punjab
Muhammad Izhar-ul-Haq Literature Pakistan Punjab
Abbas Ather Literature Pakistan Punjab
Anwaar Ahmad Literature Pakistan Punjab
Shaukat Hamid Kiani Health Management and administration Pakistan Punjab
Safdar Ali Kiyani (late) Education Professor Pakistan Punjab
Ali Moeen Nawazish[25] Education Computer expert Pakistan Punjab
Muhammad Iqbal Bhanger Science Chemistry Pakistan Sindh
Behroze Sabzwari Arts Actor Pakistan Sindh
Khalifa Muhammad Irshad Beg Arts Wood work Pakistan Sindh
Naseem Sultan Arts Embroidery Pakistan Sindh
Ghous Bux Brohi[27] Arts Bansri player/Alghoza player Pakistan Sindh
Sahib Dino Mallah Arts Khes making Pakistan Sindh
Satish Chandra Anand Arts Film producer Pakistan Sindh
Rubeena Malik Arts Calligraphy Pakistan Sindh
Aslam Farrukhi[28] Literature Writer Pakistan Sindh
Ahmed Shah (late) Literature Poet Pakistan Sindh
Muhammad Faizan Sports Mountaineering Pakistan Sindh
Saqib Ali Science Chemistry Pakistan Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Muhammad Qasim Naseem Literature Journalism/writer Pakistan Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Abdul Wahid Yousafi Literature Journalism Pakistan Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Umar Nasir Literature Radio drama writer Pakistan Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Abdur Rasheed Naz Art Acting Pakistan Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Badar Munir Art Acting Pakistan Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Muhammad Gul Art Swati shari weaving Pakistan Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Mehnaz Hyat Art Balochi handicrafts Pakistan Balochistan
Abdul Qadir Art Acting Pakistan Balochistan
Muneer Ahmed Badini Literature Pakistan Balochistan
Abdus Samad Chisti Mujahid (late) Literature Journalism Pakistan Balochistan
Umer Khan Achakzai Sports Karate Pakistan Balochistan
Asada Yutaka Services to Pakistan Japan

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Popular Pakistan TV Actor and Writer Ather Shah Khan Jedi's profile (includes his award info)". Pakistan 360 degrees website. 21 December 2012. Archived from the original on 27 April 2016. Retrieved 30 June 2020.
  2. ^ a b c d "President gives away civil military awards". Dawn. Karachi, Pakistan. 23 March 2002. Archived from the original on 24 March 2014. Retrieved 30 June 2020.
  3. ^ "Dr. M. Ajmal Khan". University of Karachi website. Retrieved 30 June 2020.
  4. ^ Awards for investiture on 23 March 2003 "President to confer civil awards today". Dawn (newspaper). Karachi, Pakistan. 23 March 2003. Archived from the original on 28 December 2014. Retrieved 26 September 2017.
  5. ^ Ada Jafri's Pride of Performance Award listed on Dawn (newspaper), Published 14 August 2002, Retrieved 26 September 2017
  6. ^ Transitions: Muhammad Ali Siddiqui, literary critic, is no more. (Muhammad Ali Siddiqui's Pride of Performance Award info listed on The Express Tribune newspaper), Published 10 Jan 2013, Retrieved 26 September 2017
  7. ^ a b Awards for civilians announced for 2004, Dawn (newspaper), Published 14 August 2003, Retrieved 26 September 2017
  8. ^ "Investiture ceremony today". Retrieved 3 May 2013.
  9. ^ "Awards for civilians announced". Retrieved 3 May 2013.
  10. ^ Tariq Rahman profile and Pride of Performance Award listed on Quaid-i-Azam University website Retrieved 27 September 2017
  11. ^ Awards for investiture on 23 March 2005 "President to confer civil awards today". Dawn. Karachi, Pakistan. 23 March 2005. Archived from the original on 28 December 2014. Retrieved 26 September 2017.
  12. ^ Muhammad Mansha Yaad's Award in 2005 listed on Dawn (newspaper), Published 14 August 2004, Retrieved 31 July 2017
  13. ^ Arfa Karim's Pride of Performance Award on Dawn newspaper Published 14 Jan 2012, Retrieved 27 February 2018
  14. ^ Naat Khawan Abdul Rauf Rufi's Pride of Performance Award info listed on Dawn newspaper Published 14 Aug 2004, Retrieved 22 Jan 2017
  15. ^ a b "President confers 192 civilian awards". Dawn (newspaper). Karachi, Pakistan. 14 August 2005. Archived from the original on 7 January 2014. Retrieved 27 February 2018.
  16. ^ "Civil awards conferred". 24 March 2007. Archived from the original on 5 July 2013. Retrieved 30 June 2020.
  17. ^ a b "President confers civil, military awards on outstanding individuals". Archived from the original on 2 February 2016. Retrieved 30 June 2020.
  18. ^ "President confers 93 awards". Retrieved 27 February 2018.
  19. ^ "Second death anniversary of Asad Amanat Ali Khan". Retrieved 27 February 2018.
  20. ^ a b Naheed Akhtar and Munnu Bhai's Pride of Performance Awards info on Dawn (newspaper) Karachi Published 24 March 2007, Retrieved 27 February 2018
  21. ^ a b c d "137 Pakistanis, 17 foreigners get civil awards". Dawn (newspaper). Retrieved 30 June 2020.
  22. ^ "Legendary Munni Begum Returns to Chicago for a AMUAA-GC fundraising". Retrieved 30 June 2020.
  23. ^ "MUNNI BEGUM". Archived from the original on 21 April 2013. Retrieved 30 June 2020.
  24. ^ Tari Khan's Pride of Performance Award on The Express Tribune (newspaper) Retrieved 27 February 2018
  25. ^ a b Ali Moeen Nawazish gets Pride of Performance Award, info on Dawn (newspaper) Published 23 March 2009, Retrieved 27 February 2018
  26. ^ Obaidullah Baig's award info on Dawn (newspaper) Published 29 June 2012, Retrieved 18 May 2019
  27. ^ 24 bestowed civil awards The News International (newspaper), Published 24 March 2009, Retrieved 27 May 2020
  28. ^ 24 bestowed civil awards The News International (newspaper), Published 24 March 2009, Retrieved 4 June 2020