2010, February 2-4: Paris, France - Prince Karim Aga Khan attends the International 'Global Zero' Summit Against Nuclear Weapons.
Funeral ceremonies for Prince Sadruddin Aga Khan who died in Boston on 12th May, will be conducted in Geneva, Switzerland.
Arrangements have been made for members of the diplomatic corps, government officials and close friends to pay their last respects to Prince Sadruddin at the Chateau de Bellerive, 25 Chemin du Milieu, 1245 Collonge-Bellerive between 3:00 p.m. (1500 hours) and 8:00 p.m. (2000 hours) on Thursday, 15th May, 2003.
Prince Sadruddin Aga Khan, son of the late Sir Sultan Mahomed Shah Aga Khan and the late Princess Andrée Aga Khan, died in Boston yesterday, aged 70 after a short illness. Coincidentally, his half-brother, the late Prince Aly Khan died on exactly the same day forty-three ago. The younger of Sir Sultan Mahomed Shah's two sons, Prince Sadruddin was the uncle of the present and 49th hereditary Imam (spiritual leader) of the Ismaili Muslims, His Highness the Aga Khan.
Son dévouement pour Rita Hayworth, sa mère, lentement détruite par la maladie d'Alzheimer, avait bouleversé le monde. Dix ans après la mort de la star, Yasmin, la fille d'Ali Khan, anime avec passion l'Association d'Alzheimer. Et se consacre à Andrew, son fils de 12 ans, et à Curt, qui vit avec elle depuis quatre ans. Trois semaines par mois, Yasmin est avec eux dans l'Utah et, la quatrième, à New York, où elle nous a reçus.
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The Aga Khan's Akiyda made a bold move along the rail and won by a head from fast-closing Ardross today in the $285,000 Prix de l'Arc Triomphe at the Longchamps race course.
Akiyda was ridden by the top French jockey, Yves Saint-Martin, who posted his third triumph in this event, Europe's richest thoroughbred horse race.
Grandest Party of the year was held at Aiglemont, Mowlana Hazar Imam's château and stud farm at Chantille, outside Paris, on the occasion of Mowlana Hazar Imam's wedding with Begum Inaara. Some of Europe's most important personnalities attended, including Ex President Giscard d'Estaingof France with Bernadette Chirac, and 34 royalties such as Bulgarian King Simeon, Prince William Alexander of Hollande, Imperatrice Farah Pahlavi, Spain's King Juan Carlos and Queen Sofia, Jordan Princess Feriel and 23 ambassadors for a total of around 700 guests.
The Past and Future of the Aga Khan Award for Architecture: Reflections on the First Twenty Years-1998-08-26Posted November 20th, 2009 by librarian-ap
Mildred F. Schmertz: You founded the Award twenty years ago, and have sustained it without interruption right up to now. In today's architectural world, new ideas and agendas often have a very short life. At the beginning some observers thought that at best, your architectural award program would last about six years. Instead, in two decades it has become and remained the most outstanding in the world, and continues to hold that leadership. What were the goals that led you to establish the Award?
A 12h15, le samedi 30 juillet, Gabrielle Homey, ex-princesse Karl-Emich de Leiningen, est devenue l'épouse de l'Aga Khan IV, chef spirituel de 15 millions d'ismaéliens. Cérémonie intime à laquelle avaient été conviés les parents proches de la mariée ainsi que les leaders des principales communautés ismaéliennes.
His Highness the Aga Khan, Imam
(Spiritual Leader) of the Shia Ismaili Muslims today married German-born
Princess Dr. Gabriele zu Leiningen. The private religious and civil
ceremonies were held at the Aga Khan's French residence, Aiglemont, in the
presence of close family members and twenty leaders of the Ismaili Community
and their wives from around the world.
The Muslim religious ceremony was conducted by the Rector and the Grand
Mufti of the Paris Mosque. The subsequent civil ceremony was performed by the
His Highness the Aga Khan, Imam (Spiritual Leader) of the Shia Ismaili Muslims, on Saturday married German-born Princess Dr Gabriele zu Leiningen.
The private religious and civil ceremonies were held at the Aga Khan's French residence, Aiglemont, in the presence of close family members and 20 leaders of the Ismaili Community and their wives from around the world.
The Aga Khan, spiritual leader of the world's Ismaili Muslim community, has married a German-born princess who converted to Islam.
In separate religious and civil ceremonies Saturday, the Aga Khan wed Gabriele zu Leiningen at his Aiglemont estate in Gouvieux, 25 miles north of Paris near Chantilly. It was the second marriage for both.
The Frankfurt-born princess, 35, a consultant at the U.N. Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization in Paris, took the Muslim name ``Inaara'' upon her marriage to the 61-year-old Aga Khan, according to the statement.
Prince Karim Aga Khan, spiritual leader of the world's Ismaili sect, married German-born Princess Gabriele zu Liningen at his country home outside Paris on Saturday, his office said. It was the second marriage for both.
The wedding at the prince's Aiglemont estate in the Oise department north of Paris was conducted by Dalil Boubakeur, rector
of the Paris mosque. The prince, 49th hereditary Imam of the Ismaili community was born in Geneva on December 13, 1936, son of Prince Aly Khan and Princess Joan Aly Khan.