Perhaps it is a difficult thing to say, but it is often hard to think of people of Indian origin among us as Tanzanians. At least that is how Prof Karim Hirji, a retired Professor of Mathematics feels about the matter.
Three books reviewed by Professor Karim H. Karim.
Among the journalists mentioned in the book is Sultan Jessa, a Canadian journalist, who initially worked as Tanzania’s chief correspondent for the Daily and Sunday Nation
This book will be of interest to many who originated from Swahili-speaking countries but also the newer generations who travel to East Africa for a variety of reasons
Everyone Has a story. Life: It’s A Trip is my story.
Ayaz Pirani (ayazpirani.com) was born in Musoma, Tanzania to parents born in Kapsabet and Tanga.
Caroline began her career writing travel book reviews for The Bookseller then working for Odyssey Guides and Steppe magazine, both companies with a focus on Central Asia while she studied for an MA from SOAS, University of London.
Excerpted from The Idea of Canada: Letters to a Nation by David Johnston. Copyright © 2016 David Johnston. Published by Signal, an imprint of McClelland & Stewart, a division of Penguin Random House Canada Limited. Reproduced by arrangement with the Publisher.
Thursday May 12, 2016 @ 8:00 p.m. Wings Pub & Grill 6879 Kingsway Burnaby. A Burnaby Writers’ Society workshop session begins at 7 p.m. followed by the Spoken INK readings at 8 p.m
The 6p Entrepreneur is a motivational story of two young men seeking something better than what life seems to have handed them.
The event was presented by both University of Texas at Arlington and the Aga Khan Council for the central United States.
Both novelist and non-fiction writer, a person of Indian origin who feels at home on three continents
His Highness Prince Aga Khan Shia Imami Ismaili Council for Canada presents
UCA hosted an event marking the release of a new book about the French Medical Institute for Children (FMIC)
Sunday April 3, 2016 at The Ismaili Centre, Toronto
Wednesday, March 30, 2016, Georgetown University, Washington, DC.
In March 2016, Harvard Club UAE hosted a panel with Harvard Graduate School of Education professors
Sunday, March 27, 2016 from 2:30 at the Glenview Ismaili Jamatkhana
Sindhiya Alwani is a 10 year old who published a book “Good-bye Bullying” last year.
This book helps us remember and better appreciate who we are
Pandeism: An Anthology is a collection of articles by more than a dozen authors
The Relevance of Islamic Identity in Canada (Editor: Nurjehan Aziz)
Organized by His Highness the Aga Khan Council for the Southwestern United States
Nurjehan Aziz, a Canadian editor, reached out to eleven prominent essayists, and together they began a conversation.