With Gurpreet Chana on tabla, Justin Gray on Bass Veena and Azalea Ray on vocals – unplugged at Toronto’s prestigious Aga Khan Museum welcoming Legendary Sufi songtress Abida Parveen.
The students of the indigenous music school Bulbulik in Gojal Valley, Gilgit is making efforts to revive musical traditions
The diversity of Pakistan’s cultural and musical heritage, exploring rare recordings of desert songs from Cholistan and Sufi music from Sindh’s sacred shrines.
The Aga Khan University is proud to announce the appointment of Dr Tashmin Khamis, the Founding Director of AKU’s Networks of Quality Assurance and Improvement (QAI_net) and Teaching and Learning (TL_net), as a member of the international judging panel for the UK Higher Education Academy’s Global Teaching Excellence Award.
Gulnara Kamal, head teacher at Diamond Jubilee (DJ) Middle School, Gitch (Gilgit-Baltistan)
In 2011, Calgary’s Fatimah Sorathia, an architect with over 25 years of experience, travelled to Gilgit and the Northern Areas of Pakistan to assist in the construction of jamatkhanas
Dr Rahimtoola was an active social member of the Jamat. He served different localities of the com
Ismailimail’s Exclusive Interview with Ismaili artists, Junaid Alam & DJ Ghasuray (Saqlain Saleem).
George E. Marsh, Jr., principal of Payette, a Boston design firm, will discuss his firm’s international design work.
Ismaili artist from Gilgit-Baltistan, DJ Ghasuray (Saqlain Saleem)’s latest, original: Red Carpet
Does Islam validate science or not? And if it does, what is the philosophical ground that aligns sciences with the Islamic theology?
Shazia is a strong advocate of the AKUH Patient Welfare Programme. Her journey began here when she was diagnosed with cancer and had little hope of treatment due to severe financial constraints.
Dr. Sadia Bhutta, Aga Khan University, Institute of Education Development, Pakistan – Dr. Hubert Ertl, Oxford University
The compilation, containing 12 articles, was launched at a ceremony in New Delhi. Over 60 researchers, from South Asia and outside, including experts from the Aga Khan University, have contributed to the collection
This year team Parindey aims to cater 1300 citizens from Karachi and Gilgit Baltistan by running 25 creative therapies programs and setting up 2 creative centers.
Two Ismaili Female Athletes, Kainat Imtiaz from Karachi, and Diana Baig from Hunza, made it to the 15 member Women’s team for International Cricket – ICC World Cup 2017, representing Pakistan. Congratulations! The games begin in England from June 24, 2017 to July 24, 2017.
Gilgit Serena Hotel celebrated Earth Day in collaboration with Mehnaz Fatima Educational & Welfare organization.
“The Aga Khan Museum is different to most museums, in that it is part of the Aga Khan Trust for Culture and has access to the resources and the expertise that have been built up over the decades…”
Video: Aga Khan University Examination Board, Pakistan Principals’ Conference 2016
While resources on the internet summarize world wide honors invested on Prince Sadruddin Aga Khan,…
The restoration of this historical cultural space was undertaken by the AKCSP in collaboration with the Walled City of Lahore Authority (WCLA) and has been funded by the US Ambassador’s Fund for Cultural Preservation.
Hunza Serena Inn carried out the third time “Spring Tree Plantation for Carbon emission awareness” at Al Amyn Model School Gulmit and Aga Khan Diamond Jubilee School Passu Gojal Hunza for environmental purification and beautification in the region.
The Gilgit-Baltistan government and Aga Khan Rural Support Programme (AKRSP) have signed an agreement for the economic empowerment of women.
Music video for the track ‘I Wanna Fly’ Ft. Junaid Alam is here. Junaid Alam is a young Ismaili talent from Gilgit-Baltistan.
Industrial Promotion Service’s (IPS) Regional Chief for Asia, Matthew Scanlon called on Chief Minister of Gilgit-Baltistan, Hafiz Hafeezur Rehman
“Mending Kids’ Hearts” at AKU’s Golf Tournament in Karachi.
Legendary Ismaili polo player and community leader of Gilgit-Baltistant, Shah Gul Aziz breathed his last after living a life full of adventure, leadership and glory.
Over 100 participants are expected to attend a symposium on maternal and child health,a two day event organised by the Aga Khan University’s Centre of Excellence in Women and Child Health, the School of Nursing and Midwifery, Makerere University and UNICEF.
Partnerships with Nursing, Science, Cumming School of Medicine benefit from $1 million in Queen Elizabeth Scholars funding
It’s not surprising if any individual ever gave a thought “I’d rather be dead than disabled?” It’s not an unusual expression. Disability is commonly related to failure, with dependency and with not being able to do things.