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MUMBAI: The Jammu and Kashmir’s based young eminent writer-activist and author of a book Mushtaqulhaq Ahmad Sikander has bagged best paper award among more than 60 papers that were presented during the conference in Mumbai. Mushtaqulhaq Ahmad Sikander also convener Civil society for Justice and Development (CSJD) participated in the two day interdisciplinary national conference on economics, banking-finance and social sciences 2018 organized by a prestigious trust known as Kandivali Education Trust that runs B.K Shroff college of arts and M.H Shroff college of commerce, Mumbai. 

 

His paper titled Muslim women in India: From Fatwas to Feminism was declared as the best paper among more than 60 papers that were presented during the conference.  While speaking to Kashmir News Bureau from Mumbai, Sikander stated that, "I dedicate this success to my mother who brought me up as a gender just boy and instilled in me love for books."  When asked why he wrote on such a topic, he stated, "The issue of gender justice is close to my heart and I will continue to write about it more in the coming days."

 

Mushtaq Ul Haq Ahmad Sikander is a Valley-based Writer, Activist and Independent Researcher. He is also the convener of Civil Society for Justice and Development (CSJD) and has wrote a book titled “Bridging the Divide: Call of a New Dawn” takes an account of Madrasas as prevalent in south Asia particularly subcontinent since the advent of British colonialism. 

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BIHAR: Chairman Legislative Council Haji Inayat Ali and Deputy Speaker Legislative Assembly Nazir Ahmed Gurezi today attended the concluding session of the 6th CPA conference being held at Patna, Bihar. The conference concluded by hosting discussions on the topic ‘Separation of powers of legislature and judiciary’. The Conference was presided by Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan.

 

Deputy Speaker Nazir Ahmad Gurezi speaking on behalf of the State spoke on the role legislature plays in sustainable growth of the state and asserted that legislature and judiciary act as two pillars of democracy. He laid emphasis on remaining restricted within the Parameters of constitution and said that each institution should function within their prescribed sphere and in respect of Article 120 & 121 of the constitution.

He also extended invitation to delegates to visit Kashmir and experience the region and its hospitality. He hoped that visit of these delegates will help encourage people from other states to visit Jammu and Kashmir.

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JAMMU: The Chairman Legislative Council, Haji Inayat Ali along with Speaker Assembly, Kavinder Gupta, Deputy Speaker Nazir Ahmad Gurezi and Secretary Law, Justice & Parliamentary Affairs today attended Commonwealth Parliamentary Association (CPA) Conference at Patna Bihar as delegates to Indian Chapter of CPA. Among others the Chairperson CPA Emilia Lafika, Secretary General CPA Akbar Khan delegates from Uganda and Australia were attended the conference.

 

The conference was inaugurated at Gyan Bhawan Patna by the Chief Minister of Bihar, Nitish Kumar. After the inaugural function the conference continued at Legislative Assembly Bihar wherein Lokh Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan presided and MP Murli Manohar Joshi and Union Law Minister Ravi Shanker Prasad apprised the delegates on the topic “Role of Legislature in sustainable growth and separation of powers between Legislature and judiciary”. 

 

The Chairman Legislative Council met Chairperson CPA Emilia, Chief Minister Nitesh Kumar and Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Kumar Modi and greeted them for holding international conference of CPA Indian chapter at Bihar and thanked them for the hospitality provided to the delegates and participants from different states and foreign countries The Chairman also apprised the Chairperson CPA, Secretary General CPA and delegates from Uganda and Australia about the political affairs of state of J&K and hospitality of the people of the state for the tourists and assured them the state is safe for tourists.