Today in History
|1979-05-22||Event - 1979-05-22|| |
Chaired a meeting of the Institute of Ismaili Studies. Waezeen and Teacher Training Program announced for October 1979.
|1991-05-22||Event - 1991-05-22|| |
Hazar Imam and Mr. Abel Matutes, the European Community commisioner responsible for North-South relations, as well as relations with Asia, signed an agreement in Brussels marking the granting of ECU 8 million (U.S.$9.3 million) in support of health, education and rural development programmes in Chitral, Northern Pakistan.
|2003-05-22||PARTNERSHIP WALK - 2003-05-22|| |
The London Free Press News - Participants in this weekend's World Partnership Walk won't just be stretching their limbs -- they'll be fighting world poverty.
|2003-05-22||CENTRAL ASIA: CHARTER UNIVERSITY TO BRING EDUCATION TO REMOTE MOUNTAIN REGIONS - 2003-05-22|| |
Radio Liberty - Central Asia is to become the site of the world's first internationally chartered university. The University of Central Asia will have three campuses in the mountain regions of Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, and Kazakhstan.
|2004-05-22||THE AGA KHAN AND BEGUM INAARA ATTEND PRINCE FELIPPE'S WEDDING - 2004-05-22|| |
Madrid, Spain: Former South African president Nelson Mandela and his wife Graca Machel landed in Madrid for the wedding, as did former Czech President Vaclav Havel and the presidents of Portugal, Colombia, El Salvador and Nicaragua. Royalty arriving in Madrid included Dutch Queen Beatrix, the kings and queens of Belgium and Sweden, the Aga Khan and the crown princes of Norway and Bahrein. About 30 heads of state or government as well as scores of royalty were expected to attend the wedding.
|2004-05-22||CHAR BAGH IS DRY - 2004-05-22|| |
New Delhi Only a month-and-a-half after the Aga Khan Trust for Culture handed over the 16th century Humayun
|2005-05-22||IPI CONGRESS IN NAIROBI</I> - 2005-05-22|| |
The Aga Khan pointed out that media coverage of the continent was at times adversarial and negative and called for changes that promote greater partnership between journalists and government. He said that Africa has suffered what he described as 'manipulative journalism' promoted by materialism, commercial interests, civil society and practised by ill educated reporters. This kind of journalism, he said preys on gullible journalists and is in conflict with public interest, Africa