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Daily Archives: April 11, 2010
Pakistan International Education Exhibition is an opportunity for educational institutions to provide information to prospective students about admission requirements to their diploma, graduate, postgraduate qualification, doctoral and continuous learning programs of study and information about their school.
LAHORE UNIVERSITY OF MANAGEMENT SCIENCES Centre for Advanced Studies in Mathematics (CASM) Post Doctoral Fellowship 2010 Centre for Advanced Studies in Mathematics (CASM) at LUMS invites nominations/applications for post doctoral fellowships (@ Rs. 77,000.00 per month) for six months during … Continue reading
The Ismailis: An Illustrated History By Farhad Daftary & Dr. Zulfiqar Hirji The Ismailis are a community of Shi‘a Muslims who have settled around the world. Throughout their history, the Ismailis have been guided by hereditary leaders, Imams, who trace … Continue reading
Ismaili Health Fair 2010 Brought to you by the Aga Khan Health Board for Ontario The Aga Khan Health Board for Ontario will be hosting a Health Fair on Sunday April 11th at the Markham Civic Centre. This year’s Health … Continue reading
Ted Levin is a fascinating man. Upon my entrance into Shattuck 156 on Tuesday night for the “Ethnomusicologist as Cultural Entrepreneur” lecture, I was struck by an imposingly tall professor who is not only an expert on East Asian musical … Continue reading