Moeen U Ahmed
Moeen Uddin Ahmed is a former Bangladesh army general and the 12th Chief of Army Staff of the Bangladesh Army from 15 June 2005 to 15 June 2009 with last one-year extension during the caretaker government led by Fakhruddin Ahmed. He has worked in Bangladesh High Commission in Islamabad, Pakistan as a Defence Attaché in the rank of Brigadier, prior to that he served as a UN Peacekeeper in United Nations Assistance Mission for Rwanda as a Colonel in 1995. Moeen Uddin Ahmed is the first army chief of staff, commissioned in the newly formed Bangladesh Military Academy at Comilla, he is the first regular four-star general after liberation war, although the first official four-star general was country's commander-in chief of liberation war and liberation forces M. A. G. Osmani, leading the war of independence in 1971 and second person was Lieutenant-General Mustafizur Rahman, promoted to full general on the day of his retirement in December 23, 2000. Moeen was, behind the scenes, the main actor, although unlawfully, as the Chief of Army Staff during the 2006–08 Bangladeshi political crisis, violating constitution.
Although the Caretaker Government had gone beyond its constitutional 3 months period it is credited for some remarkable changes like introduction of national identity card, activation of anti corruption bureau, given additional power and status as a commission. This military-backed government is credited for paving way towards independent judiciary by implementing relevant'Mazdar Hussain Case'and forming independent judicial appointments commission. Bangladeshis were happy for the sense relief it gave after unprecedented anarchy on the streets of major cities but soon people started to be suspicious about intention or objective of the government. Events like General Moeen's publication of books on politics or patronising a political party led by Ferdous Ahmed Qureshi were not received positively at a backdrop of delivering effort in terminating political career of former Prime Ministers Khaleda Zia and Sheikh Hasina. Moeen U Ahmed completed his preliminary education Pakistan Air Force College Sargodha in the erstwhile West Pakistan.
He belonged to the 16th entry, which stayed there from 1965 to 1970. Moeen Ahmed joined BMA Comilla at 10 January 1974 and started his military career on 11 January 1975 in the rank of Second Lieutenant, he was commissioned in the 2nd battalion of the East Bengal Regiment. He received "Chief of Army Staff's Cane" from Bangladesh Military Academy while his batch-mate Abu Tayeb Mohammed Zahirul Alam was awarded the "Sword of Honor". Before joining the army, he served Bangladesh Air Force for a year as a flight cadet, he was in Russia for flying training but he was dismissed due to health conditions, he started his instructional career as Weapon Training Officer and Platoon Commander in BMA. He received NDC course after becoming Lieutenant General, which course has been designed for colonel level officers. Besides, commanding two infantry battalions as Lieutenant Colonel, he served in Army Headquarters, Military Operations Directorate, he served as Colonel Staff of an Infantry Division. He has served in Dhaka's Defence Services Command and Staff College as Directing Staff in the rank of Lieutenant Colonel, Senior Instructor of Army Wing in the rank of Colonel and Chief Instructor in the rank of Brigadier.
He was promoted to the rank of major-general in 2002 and was appointed as the commander of the 19th Division and the following year the 24th Division. He was made Chief of General Staff in 2004, in 15 June 2005 he was made the Chief of Army Staff by the Prime Minister of Bangladesh Khaleda Zia. In 24 May 2007 he became the first serving four star general of Bangladesh, promoted by President Iajuddin Ahmed. Moeen was the key force behind the declaration of emergency in the country on 11 January 2007 known as 1/11 phenomenon, he upgraded his rank from Lt. General to General during his illegal tenure when there was no regular government, he extended his tenure of army chief, fixed for a time period, for one year in same way. He has been accused of playing a controversial role by helping the caretaker government of Bangladesh to retain power after constitution stipulated three months' duration. Although never publicly admitted, he has been identified as the main driving force behind the non-elected government but he has been praised for arranging voter ID cards before 29 December 2008.
He and the government has been accused domestically and globally to de-politicise the country. Hundreds of political figures, including two ex-prime ministers, ministers and local government heads, have been imprisoned by the regime accusing them of corruption. Although some of these figures were notoriously corrupt, most of them do not have any specific allegation against them; the regime's anti-corruption drive has been praised and criticized around the globe. Reacting his political statement Sheikh Hasina said if you have ambition to do politics come without uniform. However, General Moeen engineered numerous controversies during his tenure; some quarters hold him liable for defaming military while he was in charge of enhancing its fame. He although had been known as a moderate-minded officer, his final role had earned him more of bad names than the opposite. Extra-military role of the army that he presided over for two years yielded many immediate troubles for the military. T
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Ali Moeen is a Pakistani dramatist and lyricist. He was born 20 November 1968 in Lahore, he began writing poetry at the age of 14. He did his Master's degree in Political Science. On 2 December 2008, Ali Moeen was awarded the Best Drama Writer of Pakistan in the Hum TV's HUM Tele Film Festival 2008 for the telefilm "Aik Aadh Hafta". Ali Moeen wrote the lyrics for "Yeh Hum Naheen", a peace song sung by Pakistan's leading artists as part of an international campaign against terrorism; the song and message behind it have been covered by international media. The campaign was the brainchild of Waseem Mahmood and media consultant, who took inspiration for the project from his children, who were tired of the way a minority of misguided young people were putting forward a message of radicalisation and terrorism, at odds with what the majority of Muslims believe; the central message of the song is that of reconciliation and truth, is intended as the voice of the silent majority of Pakistanis who are saddened and shocked at the high-jacking of Islam by terrorists, want to stand up and shout "This is Not Us".
"Yeh Hum Naheen" was written in Urdu in words that are simple and meant to reach a wide-ranging audience. The music was composed by Shuja Haider. "Yeh Hum Naheen" not only topped MTV Asia and Pakistani charts but made its presence felt on the British charts. Ali Moeen wrote several award-winning drama serials. Marzi "Sarmaya, Reshman To Jhalli Hai" "Rasheed Mechanic Ko Pata Tha" "Mohlat" "Muqam" "Mohabat Ki Pehli Kahani" "Maa" "Khaali Aankhain" "Peace Song" for GEO TV sung by Sajjad Ali, Ali Azmat, Ahmad Jahanzeb, Fakhar-e-Alam & Ali Haider & Others Rangeen, "Chal Rein De" & Latest Album… Chahar Balish by Sajjad Ali Yeh Hum Naheen Yeh Hum Naheen Songwriter Yeh Hum Naheen Official webpage Infinity Films Website – Awards archived from original http://www.infinityfilms.com.pk/awards.htm
Moeenuddin Ahmad Qureshi
Moeenuddin Ahmad Qureshi was a Pakistani economist and civil servant who served as Caretaker Prime Minister of Pakistan in an acting capacity from July to October 1993. Qureshi served as the senior vice president of World Bank. Moeenuddin Ahmad Qureshi was born in Lahore, British India, on 26 June 1930, he hailed from a distinguished family, from Kasur. His father, Mohyeddin Ahmad Qureshi, was a civil servant in the British government and his mother, Khursheed Jabin, was a housewife, he attended the Islamia College in Lahore and made a transfer to the Government College University in Lahore where he gained B. A. in Economics and received an M. A. in Economics from the Punjab University. He received the Fulbright scholarship and went to the United States to attend the Indiana University in Bloomington, where he earned a PhD in Economics in 1955. In 1955, he returned to Pakistan and joined the country's civil service and was posted at the Planning Commission. In 1956, he resigned from the Planning Commission and went to the United States to join the International Monetary Fund.
He enjoyed a distinguished career at the IMF serving as economic adviser to Ghana in 1960. Thereafter, he moved on to join the International Finance Corporation and become its Executive Vice President from 1974 until 1977. Qureshi oversaw the global operations which involved the financing of private enterprises and investments, including joint ventures and capital market operations in developing countries. In 1981, he was invited by the President of the World Bank, Robert McNamara, to join the World Bank and become the senior vice president of finance, which he remained until 1987, he was appointed the Senior Vice President of the World Bank and oversaw its financial operations all over the world. In 1991–92, he left the World Bank and settled in the United States and formed a private Hedge fund, the Emerging Market Associates. In 1993, Pakistan averted a major constitutional crisis when both Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and President Ghulam Ishaq Khan resigned from their respective offices after an agreement brokered by the Pakistani military.
The resolution was unique because an elected government had voluntarily stepped down in order to avoid possible military intervention and the resignations came through a constitutional process. The Chief of Army Staff, General Abdul Waheed Kakar, the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee, General Shamim Alam, witnessed the implementation of the agreement as President Ghulam Ishaq was to be replaced by the Chairman of the Senate, Wasim Sajjad, who took over as the Acting President. Meanwhile, visiting Singapore in 1993, received a telephone call from President Ghulam Ishaq asking him to form a caretaker, but technocratic, government, he reluctantly returned to Islamabad soon after. At the time of his appointment, Qureshi was unknown to the public and political circles, it was, felt that, being a political outsider, he would remain neutral. His tenure lasted for a three-month period but saw extensive reforms made by him that were supported by an IMF standby arrangement and significant World Bank lending.
He initiated a process of "payment culture". He ordered the publication of the list of taxpayers that showed that the country had a small tax base and only a few paid taxes, he increased the prices on food and common items. He inaugurated the National Library and highlighted its importance in the political culture of the country. Qureshi passed the decree that made the State bank of Pakistan an autonomous body with a view to keep the bank's business operations free from political interference, he downsized the administrative machinery, abolished the discretionary powers of the Prime Minister and the Chief Ministers which allowed them to a lot residential flats and plots to their "favorites". The state television, PTV, Radio Pakistan were made independent and were given the opportunity to air elections and impartially, it goes to his credit that he undertook various endeavors in such a short period of time and made a serious effort to recover Government dues. Despite his attempts to harmonize the economy, Qureshi's main task was to hold nationwide general elections in 1993 to make way for an elected government to form the government.
In 1993, he oversaw the general elections held that year that witnessed the return of the Pakistan Peoples Party led by Benazir Bhutto. In 2014, Qureshi was diagnosed with the Parkinson's disease and underwent treatment for the chronic obstructive pulmonary disease in a local hospital. On November 23, 2016, his family announced that Qureshi had died in Washington D. C. and was ailing for a long time while undergoing treatment in a local hospital. He was suffering from a lung infection and buried in Washington D. C.. After congratulating and witnessing Benazir Bhutto's oath administered by the Acting President Wasim Sajjad alongside the Chief Justice of Pakistan, Qureshi returned to New York, United States, in 1993 to established the private hedge fund equity, the EMP Global. Qureshi was involved in forging an affiliation with the international insurance company, American International Group, for a number of years. AIG held a minority stake in EMP and served as a sponsor of, as well as a major investor in, a number of funds bearing its name for which EMP served as Principal Adviser.
EMP bought out AIG's stake and became an independent company in 2005. After his departure from Pakistan, Qureshi received criticism that, in his last days at the office, he made a large number of promotions and
Moeen Munir Ali is an English international cricketer. A batting all-rounder, he is a left-handed batsman and right-arm off-spinner, who played county cricket for Warwickshire before moving to Worcestershire after the 2006 season; as of 2017, Ali represents England in all formats of the game. He won Warwickshire's NBC Denis Compton Award in both 2004 and 2005 and Worcestershire's NBC Denis Compton Award in 2009, his off-spin is marked by a spun off-break and a well-concealed arm ball. He was named one of the Cricketers of the Year in the 2015 Wisden Cricketers' Almanack. Ali is a Muslim, of Pakistani descent, was born in Birmingham, he belongs to the Mirpuri community. Ali's grandmother was Betty Cox, White British making him mixed-race, he can understand Punjabi. He became known fondly as "the beard" at New Road. Ali's father worked as a taxi driver, as a psychiatric nurse, he grew up on the same street as fellow cricketers Kabir Ali, Naqaash Tahir, Rawait Khan. His brothers Kadeer and Omar are cricketers.
Ali signed for Warwickshire aged just 15, hitting a half-century for the county's Second XI a few days before his 16th birthday. After more games at this level in 2004, a first outing for England Under-19s against their Bangladeshi counterparts he spent the succeeding winter playing for the Under-19s on their tour of India. 2005 saw. He impressed with the bat, making 57 not out in his only innings, sent down two overs for 15 runs. Playing that summer against Sri Lankan Under-19s, he starred in the final "Test" by making 52 not out and 100 not out and claiming seven wickets, he was selected for the 2006 Under-19 Cricket World Cup, held in Sri Lanka, was promoted to captain by coach Andy Pick. He made three half-centuries in the tournament, took seven wickets. Ali received additional opportunities for his county in 2006; the first of these came against Derbyshire, where he dismissed Steffan Jones to claim his maiden first-team wicket. He took his first wickets in first-class cricket, his first three victims were all Test players: Stuart Law, Dominic Cork and Dave Mohammed.
With the bat he scored 68 on his County Championship debut against Nottinghamshire equalled that score against Durham. Ali's opportunities were somewhat limited and Alex Loudon took his place in the side. In July 2006, with the expiry of his Warwickshire contract only months away, Ali brushed off rumours of a move to Worcestershire, saying "I don't know anything about it", but in September it was announced that Ali would indeed be leaving to join that county; the player himself said that he had been impressed by Worcestershire and felt it gave him the best prospects of furthering his career. He made his debut for Worcestershire in their ten-wicket win over Loughborough UCCE on 25 April 2007. Ali's highest first-class score of 250, scored against Glamorgan at New Road, featured a partnership of 219 with Matt Pardoe. At the end of the 2010 season Worcestershire secured promotion to the first division of the County Championship. After he was overlooked by the England Lions and England Performance Programme at the end of the 2010 English season, Moeen opted to play club cricket in Bangladesh at the suggestion of Bangladesh all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan.
Shakib played for Worcestershire as their overseas player in 2010 and the link with the club led to Moeen representing Mohammedan Sporting Club in the Ispahani Premier Division. During the 2011 season, Moeen spent three weeks as Worcestershire's acting captain while the usual club captain, Daryl Mitchell, was injured. Though he had captained England Under-19s, it was the first time; as he was inexperienced, Moeen approached senior players Vikram Ben Scott for advice. Pakistan off-spinner Saeed Ajmal was Worcestershire's overseas player for a short time in 2011 and while at the club he encouraged Moeen to try bowling the doosra. Moeen had to wait until July before registering his first century of the season, his first since September the previous year, his innings of 158 runs from 244 balls against Somerset was in vain as Worcestershire succumbed to an innings defeat. The following month Moeen twice scored a century in the Clydesdale Bank 40 only for Worcestershire to lose, against Sussex and the Netherlands.
In the first match against Sussex he passed his previous best score of 136 in List A cricket, scoring 158 runs from 92 balls. In Worcestershire's first season back in the first division, Moeen scored 930 runs in the County Championship, making him the club's second-highest run scorer in the competition behind Solanki. Moeen scored a single century. On the back of his performances for Worcestershire, Moeen was included in the 13-man England Development squad which trained in late 2011. In February 2012, before the start of the English season, Worcestershire's director of cricket Steve Rhodes commented that Ali's doosra was "not too difficult to pick at the moment but he's learning a few tricks and he's got other things up his sleeve. It's a work in progress". After the departure of former England international Vikram Solanki at the end of the 2012 season Ali was handed a new 5-year contract. After performing well, including five consecutive 50s, Ali was called up to the England Lions where he scored 61 runs against Australia with many calling for him to be selected for the full side.
Moeen averaged 62 in Division 2, totalling 1375 runs altogether – the highest of any batsmen in first-class cricket and finished with 4 centuries and 8 fif
Mostafa Moeen, is an Iranian politician, professor of Pediatrics, a human right activist, founder and president of Center for Human Rights and Democracy in Iran. He was a presidential candidate for the 2005 Iranian presidential election, his campaign enjoyed the support of some reformist parties and organizations, headed by the Islamic Iran Participation Front. He is the director of Immunology and Allergy Research Institute, affiliated to Tehran University of Medical Sciences. Moeen was born in 1951 in the city of Najaf Abad. At age 18, he was accepted to Shiraz University medical school, after the Iranian Revolution, he was appointed as the president of Shiraz University, he was elected as representative of Shiraz in mid-term elections of the first Parliament of Iran in 1982. Moeen was the Minister of Culture and Higher Education under President Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani and President Mohammad Khatami, became the Minister of Science and Technology under President Khatami; as a Minister, Moeen resigned after the student protests of July 1999, again in July, 2003 after he failed to persuade the Council of Guardians to redirect his ministry towards his vision of higher "scientific productivity".
On October 12, 2004, Mir-Hossein Mousavi declined to run for the presidency, causing the Islamic Iran Participation Front to consider Moeen instead. IIPF members soon announced his nomination. On December 29, 2004, Moeen agreed to run for the presidency, as the first major candidate to announce his participation. Contrary to the general expectations and the poll results, expected to be among the first three most popular candidates in the first round, fared poorly and ranked fifth in the end, with the election resulting in a run-off between Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani and Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. Moeen's present campaign was headed by Ali Shakouri-Rad, he was supported by the following political parties and organizations: Islamic Iran Participation Front Mojahedin of the Islamic Revolution Organization Movement for Liberation of Iran Council of National-Religional Forces Islamic Association of the Medical Society Islamic Association of the Teachers Islamic Association of University Lecturers Mostafa Moin is one of the leading Iranian researchers in the field of pediatric immunology and allergy.
He is president of a research center affiliated with the Tehran medical school. Official presidential campaign Official weblog Mostafa Moin's publications in pubmed Moeen's candidacy for presidency by IIPF, an article by Shargh newspaper Curriculum vitae of Dr. Mostafa Moin Video Archive of Mostafa Moin's Presidential Campaign
Nasrollah Moein Najafabadi more known as Moein, is a prominent Iranian singer. Moein was born in a city in Isfahan Province of Iran, he began his artistic career as a radio singer and released several albums before Yeki Ra Doost Midaram in 1986, his first album to be noticed in Iran. In recent years, Moein has become acclaimed in Iran and he has played concerts throughout the globe, he is referred to as "Javdan Sedaye Eshgh," which translates to "The Eternal Voice of Love." He has two daughters and Setareh. Miparastam Arezou Havas Kabeh Golhaye Ghorbat - with Hayedeh Safar BiBi Gol Sobhet Bekheir Azizam Esfahan - with Faezeh Be To Miandisham Namaz Khatereh 7 - with Shohreh Tavalod-e Eshgh Mosafer Panjereh Moama Parvaz Lahzeha Tolou "Khatereha" "Hamdam" "Bachehaye Alborz" "Delam Tangete" "Majnoon" "Mardom" "Gole Naz Darom" "Parandeh" "Aghoosh" "Tarkam Nakon" "Havaye khooneh" "Be To Madyoonam" "To Ke Tamoome Donyami" "Shomal" "Atashe Del" "Ashegh Ke Beshi" "Bi To Nemitoonam" "Che Sali Beshe Emsal" "Kenar To" "Jane Man" "Divoonegi Nakon" "Sange Khara" "Shoghe Safar" "Khoone Arezoo" https://www.radiojavan.com/podcasts/podcast/Moein-Interview-20101029