12.09.2012 [GroundReport] - Srinagar, September 12 (Scoop News)- MBBS student of JVC Srinagar Zubir Ahmad Chowdary son of Noor Muhammad resident of Mendhar Poonch came under snow slide at Thajwas Glacier, in the jurisdiction of Police Station Sonamarg and died on spot.
01.09.2012 [GreaterKashmir.com] - ... Manzoor Mustafa, Muhammad Yasin Butt, Sheikh Abdul Rashid, Ghulam Qadir Sheikh, M Aslam, Muhammad Sideeq Shah, Prof Javed, Bashir Ahmad Kashmiri, Haji Bashir Ahmad Shah, Ghulam Rasool Hazari, Noor Muhammad Katjoo, Mushtaq Gabroo
Dr. Prof. Noor Muhammad (April 15, 1951 - April 12, 2004), was a notable Pakistani mathematician and mathematics writer who made an original contribution to the fields of C*-algebra, symmetric topology and pure mathematics. He was the chairman of Department of Mathematics, in which he assumed this position in 2000 until 2002. He was a distinguished student of Russian mathematician dr. Grigory Barenblatt, and made significant efforts to the fields of topological algebras.
17.09.2012 [The Express Tribune] - “Ideally this department should work 24 hours,” said Noor Muhammad of the Pakistan Workers Confederation, Sindh. The department installs fire alarms, deals with medical emergencies and rescue services. Noor Muhammad, who spent most of his life
17.09.2012 [Oman Tribune] - Pakistan's ambassador for Japan Noor Muhammad Jadmani who has completed his tenure in Tokyo would be returning to the headquarters next month as director general disarmament, and Faroukh Amil will be replacing him. Special secretary Foreign Office
14.09.2012 [The Nation] - The dead were identified as Barat, Naiko, Noor Muhammad, Aurangzaib, Daro Khan, Yar Muhammad, Akbar, Niamatullah, Muhammad Saleem and Abdula Ghaffar while injured were Barat Khan, Mirza Khan, Baran and Gulab Khan. One of the injured, Barat
08.09.2012 [Pakistan Observer] - Lahore—Chairman of Pak-India Business Council Noor Muhammad Qasoori while welcoming the two-day visit of Indian Foreign Minister S.M.Krishna to Pakistan from September 8, has expressed the hope that the visit would help resolve the long-standing