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Aga Khan III speaks on 'Education for National Regeneration' - 1912-03-04

March 4, 1912 - Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III made the speech, 'Education for National Regeneration' at the Madrasash-i-Anjuman-i-Islam, Bombay. The speech was also printed in 'The Times of India', Bombay, 5 March 1912. 'Emphasizing how necessary education - and united action in education - is, his Highness pointed to the progress of Japan which he said had no great reformer, but was a nation of Bismarcks.' ([1] 393)

Aga Khan III makes a statement on The Annulment of The Partition of Bengal - 1912

February 10, 1912 - Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III made a statement on The Annulment of The Partition of Bengal called, 'The Repeal of the Partition of Bengal.' Source: 'Comrade' However, the date on which the Aga Khan issued this statement is not confirmed. The origin of this statement has not yet been discovered -- was it issued to the press from where 'Comrade' picked it up and reprinted, or was it sent especially to Mohammed Ali's journal?

Aga Khan III visited Tsar Nicholas II of Russia - 1912

In autumn Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III visited Tsar Nicholas II of Russia who was the cousin of King George V.
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Aga Khan III calls a Hindu-Muslim Unity Conference at Allahabad - 1912

Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III also called a Hindu-Muslim Unity Conference at Allahabad.
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Aga Khan III iss awarded the title of G.C.S.I - Knight Grand Commander of the Order of the Star of India - 1912

Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III was awarded the title of G.C.S.I - Knight Grand Commander of the Order of the Star of India. This investiture was held in Delhi and attended by British royalty, was the highest possible decoration that could be bestowed upon any Indian subject.

King George grants Aga Khan III the status of a Ruling Prince for Life - 1912

In recognition of the services during World War I, King George granted Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III a salute of eleven guns and the status of a Ruling Prince for Life.

Aga Khan III makes statement on the Repeal of the Partition of Bengal - 1911-12-17

17 December 1911 - Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III made a statement on the Repeal of the Partition of Bengal. 'Transfer of the Capital to Delhi' was printed in 'The Times', London, 18 December 1911. ([1] 384)

Aga Khan III gives inaugural speech at the All India Muhammedan Educational Conferences - 1911-12-04

December 4 1911 - Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III gave an inaugural speech at the All India Muhammedan Educational Conferences, printed in 'The Times of India', Bombay, 5 December 1911 and 'The Civil and Military Gazette', Lahore, 6 December 1911. The speech was preceded by the address given by Hakim Muhammed Ajmal Khan, as chairman of the reception committee. As the Aga Khan could not be present in person, the speech was read out by Mowlana Shaukat Ali. Nawab Imad-Ul-Mulk, referred to the royal visit and described it as the greatest and most auspicious in their national history.

Aga Khan III gives lecture called 'Aga Khan III called, 'Muslims of the British Empire.' - 1911-07-22

A lecture was given by Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III called, 'Muslims of the British Empire.' It was printed in 'The Times Of India', Bombay, 22 July, 1911. A brief report was carried by 'The Time', London, 4 July 1911. The lecture was delivered under the auspices of the Council of the Festival of Empire at the Crystal Palace Theatre, London. Lord Avebury was to preside but he could not come and his place was taken by Lord Middleton.

Aga Khan III Writes about 'India's Education and Her Future Position in the Empire.' - 1911-07-01

July 1911 - Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III wrote an article for the

Aga Khan III writes an article in

July 1911 - Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III wrote an article in

Birth of Prince Aly Soloman Khan - 1911-06-13

June 13, 1911 - Birth of Prince Aly Soloman Khan at Turin, Italy. July 3, 1911

Aga Khan III wrotes article paying tribute to Lord and Lady Minto - 1911-01-01

January 1911 - London. Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III wrote an article paying tribute to Lord and Lady Minto - their achievements and some omissions, such as the implementation of a Cadet Corps, and he also talked about issues relating to the Muslim rights and interests, reasons for reforms and relations with Afghanistan.

Aga Khan III organises the collection of Rs. 3,000,000 for Aligarh University - 1911

1911 - Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III organised the collection of Rs. 3,000,000 for Aligarh University.
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Aga Khan III Interview ab out unity between Hindu and Muslims - 1910-12-23

December 23, 1910 Interview with 'The Times of India' which was printed in 'The civil and Military Gazette', Lahore on December 25, 1910. Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III talked about the importance of the Aga Khan III had come to London to attend the funeral of King Edward VIII and the ways of maintaining this harmony, the forthcoming visit of the King to India, the mosque in London, and an opportunity of creating a Muslim University.

Aga Khan III attends the funeral of King Edward VIII -1910-06-03

Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III had come to London to attend the funeral of King Edward VIII. The interview was also published in 'The Civil and Military Gazette, - Lahore' June 3, 1910.

Aga Khan III gave an interview with the Reuters Agency in London - 1910-05

May 1910 - Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III gave an interview with the Reuters Agency in London and paid a glowing tribute to King George V and Queen Mary.
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Aga Khan III visits the Rajkot Jamat - 1910-02-20

February 20, 1910 - Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III visited the Rajkot Jamat.

Aga Khan III gives the inaugural Address to the All India Muslim League - 1910-01-29

January 29, 1910 -Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III gave the inaugural Address to the All India Muslim League Third Annual Session in Delhi. In his address, he mentioned the formation of the Muslim League, a separate representation of Muslims in all levels, co-operation and unity between both the Muslims and the Hindus to meet the challenges of education, agriculture, commerce and industry and above all, to stand united in the struggle for equality for the Indians in South Africa and other important related issues.

Aga Khan III, guest of honour at the MOA College - 1910-01-25

January 25, 1910 - Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III was the guest of honour at the MOA College where a garden party was given in his honour and he was made a Life Member of the Club.


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