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Aga Khan III Event - 1954

In Bombay, the Platinum Jubilee was also celebrated and a Platinum Plaque was presented to Prince Aly Khan
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Aga Khan III Event - 1954

Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III sent a signed photograph to all Ismailis on the occasion of Platinum Jubilee from Cannes, on March 17, 1954

Aga Khan III Event - 1954

1954 - Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III had 'The Memoirs of Aga Khan' published by Cassell & Company Ltd., London, England.
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Aga Khan III Event - 1954

Third auspicious visit to Pakistan for the celebration of Platinum Jubilee at Karachi, the Federal Capital of Pakistan.
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Aga Khan III Event - 1954

A token ceremony of the Platinum Jubilee was also celebrated in Cairo at the Semiramis hotel. Present at this ceremony was Prince Aly Khan.
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Aga Khan III Event - 1953-07

July 1953 - Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III wrote in 'The Times' newspaper of England, 'For as long as we can foresee, the British people are the trustees of the population of East Africa, irrespective of race and colour...There can be no real union in East Africa among the races if any portion of them believes that the trustees are divided or that they have particular favourite wards.'
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Aga Khan III Event - 1953

Mr. Oliver Lyttelton, the Colonial Secretary met with Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III during a party given to several hundred Ismaili Muslims in London in July 1953.
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Aga Khan III Event - 1953

Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III had the honour to take tea in the Royal Box with her Majesty Queen Elizabeth and the Royal family. A similar honour was given to Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III in the time of Queen Victoria more than 50 years ago.
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Aga Khan III Event - 1953

Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III met with Mr. Charles Chaplin at the 1953 Cannes Film Festival
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Aga Khan III Event - 1952

Second state visit to Pakistan
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Aga Khan III Event - 1952

Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III and Mata Salamat attended a tea party given in their honour at the Metropole, Karachi. The tea party was given by H.E. the Iranian Masoud Moazad on January 23, 1952 (link to 024msms)

Aga Khan III Event - 1952

During one of the races, Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III made a distribution of the prize money of 20,000 pounds to be divided amongst the jockey, the trainees and the stable boys after his horse Tulyar won the Derby in May 1952
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Aga Khan III Event - 1952

Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III delivered a speech on the economy of Pakistan, also present was the Begum, the Mir of Hunza and Khwaja Nazimuddin, Khan of Kalat.
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Aga Khan III Event - 1951-02

February 1951 - Karachi, Pakistan: Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III said, 'Arabic, as a national language, will give you immediate contact not only with forty million Arabic-speaking people of independent nations on your West, but the other sixty million more or less Arabic-speaking people who are not independent but who exist in Africa. Right up to the Atlantic, not only in the North, but as far South as Nigeria and Gold Coast, and in all the Sudans and in East Africa, Arabic is known to large numbers of people.

Aga Khan III Event - 1951-02

February 1951 - Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III visited Iran Jamats (links!) for the first time with Mata Salamat Om Habibah Begum. They both attended the marriage ceremonies of Shah-en-Shah of Iran. Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III gave Holy Deedar to thousands of Ismailis in Mahalat.
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Aga Khan III Event - 1951

Mowlana Sultan Mohamed Shah and Begum Mata Salamat met with Governor- General Ghulam Mohammad and H.E. Dr. Sita Ram, Indian High Commissioner
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Aga Khan III Event - 1951

Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III at the airport, leaving for France after his visit to Pakistan.
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Aga Khan III Event - 1951

Mowlana Sultan Mohamed Shah met with the ruler of Kalat State and Hunza (link to 041msms)
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Aga Khan III Event - 1951

Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III also met with H.E. Mohan Sinha Mehta, Indian High Commissioner in Pakistan and other diplomats
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Aga Khan III Event - 1951

Seen here, their Royal Highnesses inspecting the wedding presents made to the King of Iran.
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