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Aga Khan IV

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(Biography) Prince Karim (kəˈriːm). born 1936, spiritual leader of the Ismaili sect of Muslims from 1957
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Aga Khan IV


n.
(Shah Karim al-Husainy), born 1936, leader of the Isma‘ili sect of Muslims in India since 1957.
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In 1962 the present Aga Khan-IV appointed the Central Education Board for Pakistan to coordinate the educational activities and policies.
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