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AGAKHAN BUYS AIRLINE</I> - 2001-02-21

Burkina Faso government, Aga Khan agree on airline privatization BBC

JAPAN, SWITZERLAND HELP BUILD POWER STATION IN EASTERN TAJIKISTAN - 2001-07-16

A new small hydroelectric power station with a capacity of 100 kW/ hour has been put into operation in a mountainous village in eastern Tajikistan, Tajik radio reported on 16 July. 'Japan and Switzerland have provided comprehensive assistance with drawing up this important project for the mountainous village in Shughnon [District]. The countries allocated 74,211 dollars through the Aga Khan Development Foundation for the construction of the station,' the report said.

AGAKHAN BUYS AIRLINE</I> - 2001-02-26

Air Burkina Set to Extend Its Network

KYRGYSTAN AND AGA-KHAN FUND SIGNED AGREEMENT ON COOPERATION - 2001-09-25

Bishkek (KABAR). According to Kyrgyz National News Agency The meeting of President Askar Akayev and Prince Karim Aga-Khan was held in Bishkek, where condition and cooperation perspectives were discussed. During the meeting an agreement on cooperation in the sphere of development between Kyrgyzstan and Imam of Ismailit of Aga-Khan Fund was signed. After the signing ceremony President Akayev told journalists that this is the fundamental perspective in the sphere of development, provides for cooperation in economy, humanitarian and cultural spheres.

AKFED INVESTS $5.5 MILLION INTO DCB</I> - 2001-02-27

Mumbai: The Aga Khan Fund for Economic Development (Akfed) has infused $5.5 million into the Development Credit Bank Ltd (DCB) therebyincreasing its stake to 37.5 per cent from 13.55 per cent.

AN INTERNATIONAL WEEK-LONG CONFERENCE ON ETHICAL ISSUES IN KARACHI - 2001-08-01

The Ethical Review Committee and Bioethics Group of the Aga Khan University had organised the moot in collaboration with the the Harvard School of Public Health, Pakistan Medical Research Council and Indian Council for Medical Research.

DAR GRANTS AGA KHAN GROUP ENHANCED STATUS - 2001-08-17

Dar es Salaam : The Aga Khan yesterday signed an agreement with the government of Tanzania, granting enhanced diplomatic status to the Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN) which manages and co-ordinates the group's social and economic development programmes. The agreement was signed between President Benjamin Mkapa and the Aga Khan at a high profile ceremony at State House Dar es Salaam.

THE BEGUM GIVES BIRTH TO PRINCE ALY MUHAMMAD IN PARIS - 2000-03-07

The prince and his 36-year-old mother, Begum Inaara Aga Khan, were doing well, according to the Aga Khan's press office. There was no immediate word on the weight of the child. The 63-year-old Khan is the 49th hereditary imam of the Ismaili Muslim community, which has a following of 12-15 million people worldwide...

DEFILE DE COUVRE-CHEFS ELEGANTS ET ORIGINAUX LORS DU PRIX DE DIANE-HERM&egrave;S - 2001-06-22

De nombreuses personnalités ont assisté au Prix de Diane-Hermès, à Chantilly. La bégum Inaara en compagnie de Jaime de Marichalar et de son épouse, l'infante Elena d'Espagne, l'Agha Khan et la mère de la bégum Renate Thyssen-Henne.

AGA KHAN WILL NOT ATTEND SUMMIT - 2000-08-01

Mowlana Hazir Imam will not attend the World Religious Leader Summit, even though last year an article suggested this: 'The United Nations is to extend its peacekeeping role into spiritual territory next year by hosting its first summit for world religious leaders, bringing together the likes of the Pope, the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Aga Khan and the Grand Mufti live on television.' wrote Jonathan Petre in an article published in 1999.

AGA KHAN'S HORSE WINS - 2000-10-01

Paris. Hazar Imam's horse wins: It was billed as the showdown between Europe

BEGUM INAARA HOST BENEFIT FOR UNESCO - 2000-11-08

News Articles: The Aga Khan's wife Begum Inaara hosts an elegant benafit for UNESCO

FUNARAL OF MATA SALAMAT IN ASWAN - 2000-07-01

Hazar Imam sends a message to the global Jamat that The Begum Om Habibeh, widow of Sir Sultan Muhammad Shah Aga Khan passed away on the first of July at Le Cannet, South of France in her ninety-fifth year. July 4, 2000: Hazar Imam, Prince Amyn and Prince Saduddin attend the funeral of Mata Salamat in Aswan

HAZAR IMAM IN PAKISTAN - 2000-10-14

Complete news of Hazar Imam's visits to Pakistan for two weeks. He Met the Jamat and also participated in the two-day 'Philantropy Conference'

KARIMABAD AND BALTIT PROJECT DEVELOPMENT, PAKISTAN - 2000-10-11

The Aga Khan Trust for Culture has restored the prime historic landmark of the 700 year old Baltit Fort on the terraced slopes in Hunza, in Northern Pakistan. The main theme of the project is to preserve this setting despite natural decay and the inevitable impact of recent changes, such as urbanisation which has begun to threaten the integrity of the built heritage.

LA BEGUM INAARA, UNE PRINCESSE SOLIDAIRE - 2000-10-01

La Bégum Inaara a présidé la deniere semaine d'octobre 2000 une grande soirée de bienfaisance organisée par l'Unesco à Dusseldorf, en Allemagne. La princesse a accordé une interview exclusive à OH LA !

AGA KHAN AND EBRD TO FUND INVESTMENT IN KYRGYZ BANKS - 2000-09-02

The Times of Central Asia: 'Kyrgyz Credit Investment Bank will begin operations in September. It will provide loans of $250,000 - $1 million to finance promising business projects. The Aga-Khan economic development fund will be the leading shareholder with a 30% stake.'

MOWLANA HAZAR IMAM AT THE PHILANTROPY CONFERENCE - 2000-10-17

Addressing the concluding session of the two-day conference on Indigenous Philanthropy, Prince Karim Aga Khan said that philanthropic funding of social development is a new phenomenon extending increasingly to institutions engaged in human resources development. The conference was attended by about 300 participants representing reputed NGOs, experts from home and abroad, besides a number of donor agencies and foreign diplomats of whom the Canadian High Commissioner in Pakistan was seen as a guardian spirit.

AGA KHAN AT THE 1ST WORLD MOUNTAIN FORUM - 2000-08-01

Attended the 1st World Mountain Forum held in Chambery, France. After the opening session which took place in Unesco headquarters Paris under the high patronage of the President of the French Republic, Jacques Chirac, the forum was held in the city of Chambery situated in the heart of the French Alps, creating a pioneer event. Prince Karim Aga Khan gave a well noticed speech with reference to the type of education and development that can be implemented in mountainous areas through NGOs work quoting the examples of Pakistan and Tajikistan.

PRENAY GUPTE INTERVIEWS AGA KHAN - 2000-03-13

We have developed the capacity to re-harness institutions and people and communities who were part of our societies in the '50s, and we want them to become again part of our society today to help us build.

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