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Dr. Jamiluddin Aali

Chairman

Senate’s Standing Committee of Education , Scientific and Technological Research

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Senate’s Standing Committee of Education , Scientific and Technological Research

Background Information

Employment History

Chairman

Senate's Standing Committee of Education , Scientific and Technological Research

Poet

Education

honorary D.Litt. degrees

University of Karachi

Web References (18 Total References)


Jamiluddin Aali: Jeevay, Jeevay ...

pakistaniat.com [cached]

Jamiluddin Aali: Jeevay, Jeevay Pakistan

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Seen in the photo are Obaidullah Aleem, Professor Jamil Akhtar, Professor Mumtaz Hussain, Jamiluddin Aali (standing), Ibn-e-Insha and Pir Hisamuddin Rashdi.
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In poetry, Mr. Aali has been an innovator par excellence, in so far as he has revived the classical form of doha and adapted it into Urdu imparting a distinct South Asian Muslim cultural flavour while retaining its beauty. Besides doha he has also written ghazals, poems, lyrical ballads or geets and patriotic songs. His long poems reflect a unique discourse on great Scientific and Philosophical themes, blended with aesthetics. At mushairas Aali recited dohas in his melodious voice, which became instant hit and made him one of the most sought-after poets at poetry recitals. His Dohas do have a tinge of Hindustani Language and also the rural Urdu dialect which is still being spoken in parts of North India.
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During the 1965 war, the Chairman PIA then approached Jamiluddin Aali to write something focusing on integration of East and West Pakistan as problems had started arising between two wings of our country then. Jamiluddin Aali then wrote 'Jeevay Jeevay Pakistan', which was recorded by the then PIA Arts Academy under Hameed Nasim.
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As the world celebrated Women`s Year in 1976, Aali composed Hum ma-ain, hum behnain, hum baiteyan - a song that was banned by the Zia regime and was subsequently employed to good effect by the Benazir government.
In 1986, Aali wrote a song, Jo nam wohi pahchan, Pakistan, at the request of former president Ghulam Ishaq Khan.
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Mr. Aali has been constantly devoted to services for the welfare of indigent Pakistani Writers and the bereaved families of those who are no more.
Mr. Jamiluddin Aali as an expansion of his activities also entered the field of practical social science. He has been a Senator from Sindh in the upper house of parliament where he was also elected as Chairman of Senate’s Standing Committee of Education, Scientific and Technological Research.
The many awards he has received include the President’s Pride of Performance, Hilal-i-Imtiaz, Canadian Urdu Academy Award, Sant Kabeer Awardand Kamal-i-Fun Award. Besides, he has received honorary D.Litt. degrees from a private university and the University of Karachi.
He has a huge collection of photographs with a number of renowned personalities, and even with JFK and at a gathering in Harvard where he used to wear Jinnah Cap and even as of today he religiously follows it. In these troubled times which Pakistan is facing on various fronts, he is a optimist to the core.
The photo below is the occadion of Pakistan writers guild's 10th anniversary on January 31, 1968 at Hotel Metropole, Karachi. Jamiluddin Aali, Secretary PWG on mike with Shahid Ahmed Dehlavi on his left followed by Hafeez Jallundhari (who wrote Pakistan's National Anthem) and Akhtar Hussain Saheb, former Governer West Pakistan and President Anjuman-e-tarraqi-e-Urdu Pakistan.
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The photo shows Qateel Shifai, Zehra Nigah, Parveen Fana Syed, Iftikhar Arif, Himayat Ali Shaiyar, I.H. Burney (Host BCCI), Zamir Jannery, Jamiluddin Aali and guest.
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In the following photo Neelofer Abbasi is seen interviewing Jamiluddin Aali during daily morning show 'subah-e-nau' of Radio Pakistan.
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(1) His Rare Collection : Audio Poetry of Jamiluddin Aali during Radio Pakistan Karachi Mushaira 1963
(2)Jeevay Jeevay Pakistan. All time favourites in his own voice can be heard here. You will have to choose Aali from the drop down menu.
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The 1965 War got Aali to compose his first national song.
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Poetry is by Jamiluddin Aali and the song is sung by Mehdi Zaheer.
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1. Article on Jamiluddin Aali in DAWN by Naseer Ahmed;
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Jamiluddin Aali never appeared in the Central Superior Services examination CSS 1951.
Owais Mughal says: September 10th, 2009 3:38 pm
Last photo of the post added today. It is just above the heading 'Audio collection' and shows a radio interview of Jamiluddin Aali with Neelofer Abbasi in the program 'subah-e-nau'


Jamiluddin Aali: Jeevay, Jeevay ...

www.go-pakistan.com [cached]

Jamiluddin Aali: Jeevay, Jeevay Pakistan

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In poetry, Mr. Aali has been an innovator par excellence, in so far as he has revived the classical form of doha and adapted it into Urdu imparting a distinct South Asian Muslim cultural flavour while retaining its beauty. Besides doha he has also written ghazals, poems, lyrical ballads or geets and patriotic songs. His long poems reflect a unique discourse on great Scientific and Philosophical themes, blended with aesthetics. At mushairas Aali recited dohas in his melodious voice, which became instant hit and made him one of the most sought-after poets at poetry recitals. His Dohas do have a tinge of Hindustani Language and also the rural Urdu dialect which is still being spoken in parts of North India.
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The Urdu Science College (now Urdu University - where all subjects upto the level of Masters are taught in Urdu) building was raised during Mr. Aali's tenure. He was highly instrumental in growth of the English-Urdu Dictionary of baba-i-UrduDr. Moulvi Abdul Haq and in the arrangement and publication of some rare manuscripts and great classics has been one of Mr. Jamiluddin Aali's main passion.
He is one of the principal founding fathers of the Pakistan Writers Guild during the Ayub Khan era along with Qudratullah Shahab which has a membership comprising men of the letters of all Pakistani languages. Mr. Aali has been constantly devoted to services for the welfare of indigent Pakistani Writers and the bereaved families of those who are no more.
Mr. Jamiluddin Aali as an expansion of his activities also entered the field of practical social science. He has been a Senator from Sindh in the upper house of parliament where he was also elected as Chairman of Senate's Standing Committee of Education, Scientific and Technological Research.
The many awards he has received include the President's Pride of Performance, Hilal-i-Imtiaz, Canadian Urdu Academy Award, Sant Kabeer Awardand Kamal-i-Fun Award. Besides, he has received honorary D.Litt. degrees from a private university and the University of Karachi.
He has a huge collection of photographs with a number of renowned personalities, and even with JFK and at a gathering in Harvard where he used to wear Jinnah Cap and even as of today he religiously follows it. In these troubled times which Pakistan is facing on various fronts, he is a optimist to the core.
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(1) His Rare Collection : Audio Poetry of Jamiluddin Aali during Radio Pakistan Karachi Mushaira 1963
(2)Jeevay Jeevay Pakistan. All time favourites in his own voice can be heard here. You will have to choose Aali from the drop down menu.
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Credits: Article on Jamiluddin Aali in DAWN by Naseer Ahmed; Raju Jamil, for his photo collection; Mushaira.org; Urdulife.co.


Prominent among them are Ajmal Dehlavi ...

www.karachipage.com [cached]

Prominent among them are Ajmal Dehlavi and Jamiluddin Aali.

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MQM's Ehsan Ahmed Hashmi, Babar Ghouri, Ebadur Rehman and Mustafa Kamal Rizvi filed nominations for general seats, and Ajmal Hussain (Ajmal Dehlavi) and Jamiluddin Aali filed their nomination for technocrats' seats.
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Three other candidates u the PPP's Imdad Ali Awan, the PML-N's Syed Mazhar Ali and poet Jamiluddin Aali, an independent u pulled out of contest.
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Besides, Jamiluddin Aali and Islamuddin Shaikh too are in the field as independents.
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Senator Ishtiaq Azhar, the leader of the MQM parliamentary party in the Sindh Assembly, Farooq Sattar, MNAs Ejaz Mehmood, Nishat Malik, and Mohammed Arif Khan and MPA Wasim Akhtar were also in attendance while several businessmen and members of the KCCI and the FPCCI were present as were Jamiluddin Aali, Hasnain Kazmi and Farman Fatehpuri.


Jamiluddin Aali shares some of ...

www.jang-group.com [cached]

Jamiluddin Aali shares some of his memories about Mir Khalil-ur-Rahman

By Perwez Abdullah
It is difficult to define the versatile qualities of Mir saheb who still amazes me with his personality that took every detail, planned carefully and carried it to completion with a precision and care that was the hallmark of his character," says Jamiluddin Aali, Urdu poet, critic, playwright, essayist, columnist and scholar who was associated with Mir saheb for more than 35 years.
Aali, an octogenarian, beams with the memories of Mir saheb, a 'godfather' to an unbroken string of journalists, poets, writers and common men-- all beneficiary of Mir saheb's generosity and compassionate nature.
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Mir saheb, according to Jamiluddin Aali, had his eyes on all the details of the printing process of Jang and other publications. It was customary for Mir saheb to come to the office twice even if he had left the office quite late at night. Once I could not control my curiosity and asked him if he had some doubts about the efficiency of his editorial and allied staff. He laughed and said that it was not the case. "Jang and other publications are my children. I go to the office to ascertain that their nourishment and upbringing is going well", he replied.
"Some people who were not in the inner circle of Mir saheb might consider him a bit parsimonious. But parsimonious he was not, not at all. It was not known to many, even in the inner circle of Mir saheb that he was the patron to many poor families. He would silently pay monthly stipends to such families without even letting his close associates know about it. It was like he was conforming to the Prophet's (PBUH) saying that asks to give the alms in such a way that one hand is given and the other hand remains unaware of the dealing", says Aali.
Mir saheb had the knack to sieve news from even seemingly unimportant facts and figures and often such news retrieved proved to be the breaking news. He was a practical journalist who, despite being the owner of such a big group of companies knew most of the functions of his trade. He was a reporter, an editor and even knew pasting and page making. Mir Khalil-ur-Rahman had a phenomenal memory and often he surprised other editors with it. At one instance while with a head of a state he was able to reproduce the entire press conference without taking notes.
One of his many great traits was his impartiality towards the religious sects or ideology. He was a practising Muslim but had no problem in generating news from liberal or other sources. News was judged on its merit and not on its background.


Jamiluddin Aali shares some of ...

www.jang.com.pk [cached]

Jamiluddin Aali shares some of his memories about Mir Khalil-ur-Rahman

By Perwez Abdullah
It is difficult to define the versatile qualities of Mir saheb who still amazes me with his personality that took every detail, planned carefully and carried it to completion with a precision and care that was the hallmark of his character," says Jamiluddin Aali, Urdu poet, critic, playwright, essayist, columnist and scholar who was associated with Mir saheb for more than 35 years.
Aali, an octogenarian, beams with the memories of Mir saheb, a 'godfather' to an unbroken string of journalists, poets, writers and common men-- all beneficiary of Mir saheb's generosity and compassionate nature.
...
Mir saheb, according to Jamiluddin Aali, had his eyes on all the details of the printing process of Jang and other publications. It was customary for Mir saheb to come to the office twice even if he had left the office quite late at night. Once I could not control my curiosity and asked him if he had some doubts about the efficiency of his editorial and allied staff. He laughed and said that it was not the case. "Jang and other publications are my children. I go to the office to ascertain that their nourishment and upbringing is going well", he replied.
"Some people who were not in the inner circle of Mir saheb might consider him a bit parsimonious. But parsimonious he was not, not at all. It was not known to many, even in the inner circle of Mir saheb that he was the patron to many poor families. He would silently pay monthly stipends to such families without even letting his close associates know about it. It was like he was conforming to the Prophet's (PBUH) saying that asks to give the alms in such a way that one hand is given and the other hand remains unaware of the dealing", says Aali.
Mir saheb had the knack to sieve news from even seemingly unimportant facts and figures and often such news retrieved proved to be the breaking news. He was a practical journalist who, despite being the owner of such a big group of companies knew most of the functions of his trade. He was a reporter, an editor and even knew pasting and page making. Mir Khalil-ur-Rahman had a phenomenal memory and often he surprised other editors with it. At one instance while with a head of a state he was able to reproduce the entire press conference without taking notes.
One of his many great traits was his impartiality towards the religious sects or ideology. He was a practising Muslim but had no problem in generating news from liberal or other sources. News was judged on its merit and not on its background.

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