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.
1911 - Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III organised the collection of Rs. 3,000,000 for Aligarh University.
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.
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.
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.
February 20, 1910 - Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III visited the Rajkot Jamat.
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.
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.
January 10, 1910 - A report was presented to Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III on behalf of the Anjuman-e-Islam, in Bombay. He presided over the Annual session of the Muslim where both Sunni and Shia sects presented an address to Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III and referred to him as their leader.
'The National Review' - London, in its December 1909 issue, published an article that Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III wrote.He talked among other important topics, about how many writers have a superficial knowledge of the Indians, the political structure of the Indian government, ambitions of the Indians, the blessings brought by the British government but yet, discontentment still exists within the country and he also mentioned the role of the press, and how education would eliminate prejudice.
On November 16, 1909 Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III sent a detailed letter to 'The Times' - London for the confirmation of the brief telegram sent on the previous day. In this letter, Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III talked about how the regulations under the Indian Councils Act were not ideal, but the Muslims would respect and accept them.
He also talked about how the representation of the land owners was a complicated affair, as the seats were not equally divided, and that perhaps Indians will be united into one nationality.
On November 15, 1909, 'The Times' - London, published a telegram sent by Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III endorsing the reforms as stipulated by Lord Morley-Minto.
The Times, London, June 24, 1909 printed the speech that Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III had given at the First Annual General Meeting of the London Muslim League. In this speech, Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III mentioned the numerical strength of the Muslim population in India, their welfare and progress as seen in the entire Islamic world, the Muslim loyalty to Britain and the Muslim demand for equal constitutional privileges as those being granted to the Indians and other such related topics.
February 23, 1909 - The London Muslim League gave a luncheon to meet with Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III who unfortunately due to bad health could not attend. Instead, Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III sent a letter stating his views.
Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III gave an interview which was published in 'The Times'(London) on February 15 and in 'The Civil and Military Gazette', Lahore (March 14).
During this interview, Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III talked about the problem of the minorities in India, how the differences between Muslims and Hindus must be recognized, how the two communities must be equally represented politically and socially, and how Hindus cannot speak for the whole of India.
Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III visited Florence Nightingale in London, England. This eminent British woman was at the time a complete invalid and confined to a sofa in her Park Lane home.
Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III's first son, Mehdi, was born to Princess Theresa Magliano. His life was very brief and Prince Mehdi passed away in February 1911.
February 8, 1908 - Haji Bibi, widow of Aga Muchulshah, sister-in-law of Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III laid a claim on the Aga Khan's wealth in the 'Haji Bibi Case' . Mr. Justice Russell give his memorable judgement in Imam's favour in the Bombay High Court on September 3, 1908
Anouncement that Aga Khan III had accepted the offer of permanent Presidentship of the League of Nations - 1908-08-12Posted March 17th, 2009 by heritage
August 12, 1908, Poona - The first meeting of the Deccan League was held in Poona wherein all the delegates of the important districts and provinces were present. Mawlawi Rafiuddin Ahmad was the Chairman, and at the end of the session he mentioned that Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III had accepted the offer of 'permanent Presidentship of the League.'
January - June 1908 Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III visited the jamats of Mumbai and Poona.