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Aga Khan

(ˈɑːɡə ˈkɑːn)
n
(Islam) the hereditary title of the head of the Ismaili sect of Muslims
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On March 14, SC had ordered the CDA to remove all barricades outside the two five star hotels in Islamabad, including those on the Agha Khan Road.
In a classification match for the third place, Punjab university beat Agha Khan University Karachi.
Following are the results of the matches: Kinniard College beat University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences 27-4 points; COMSATS outplayed Quetta University 34-3; Government College University outstroked King Edward Medical University 22-3, LUMS outpaced Agriculture University Faisalabad 11-2, Islamaia University Bahawalpur defeated Sindh University Jamhoro 16-10, Agha Khan University prevailed over NUST 18-12.
The sufi night was organised by the Walled City of Lahore Authority (WCLA) and Agha Khan Cultural Trust for services Pakistan.
Hafeezur Rehman here Tuesday lauded the services of Prince Karim Khan Agha Khan
HYDERABAD -- People of Hyderabad are facing many hardships due to lack of facilities at the Agha Khan Maternal and Child Care Centre Hyderabad.
Fredrick Ogola was arrested on Tuesday after the death of his wife Rebecca Mwachongo at the Agha Khan University Hospital, where he had rushed her for treatment on Monday.
The Minister Information has said that leader of Bohri community recently visited Karachi and his visit was followed by Agha Khan, spiritual leader of Ismaili community.
Summary: New Delhi [India], November 28 (ANI): The Delhi High Court on Tuesday ordered Agha Khan Trust to help with the beautification of defaced metro property that has been damaged by Delhi University Students' Union (DUSU) election campaign.
He shed light on the role played by the Agha Khan Trust in the domains of humanitarian support, development, training, and qualification.
7 (BNA): UAE Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, HH Shaikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, attended the Prince Agha Khan Award for Engineering and Architecture ceremony, which was held on Sunday in Al Ain.
Beside Sharifain, Hajji Muhammad Abdul-Wahhab, Prince Agha Khan and Sheikh Muhammad Taqi Usmani were among the overall Top-50 Muslims Category and remaining were adjusted in the categories.