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Sharing the Jubilee Concert stage in Mumbai are Salim, Sulaiman and Raj Pandit. (From left to right)

‘Without music, life would be a mistake’, said Freidrich Neitzche.

Music is one magical thing which can heal wounds, lift up spirits and put some enjoyable moments in one’s life. Jubilee Concerts, a Diamond Jubilee initiative to commemorate the 60 Diamond years of  Imamat of Mawlana Hazar Imam comes with a  message of ‘celebration through music.’ Jubilee Concerts are a series of global events by artist of international repute. Some of them being Sachin-Jigar, Kailash Kher, our very own Salim Sulaiman and Tajik Artist Nobovar Chanorov. The Jubilee concerts also highlight the concept of ‘Ethical Inclusiveness’ wherein people of the wider community can also participate and be a part of the Diamond Jubilee celebrations.

 

An intercultural concert will take place in Stockholm on Sunday 29 April to honour the Diamond Jubilee of Mawlana Hazar Imam. It will feature the Master Musicians of the Aga Khan Music Initiative and Guests.

Nizar MacNojia's "Time and Knowledge."

The National Jubilee Arts Festival marks the ninth in a series of events organized in the USA to identify finalists for a new international Diamond Jubilee program.

The Aga Khan Health Board for Pakistan (AKHBP) aims to bring together Ismaili health care professionals from across Pakistan to form the Ismaili Health Professionals Association, Pakistan (IHPAP). It will be formally launched on April 20th, 2018, at the Triple C Conference - “Connecting Community to Consultation” organized by AKHBP in collaboration with Aga Khan University and Aga Khan Health Services.  

The one-day conference will be held at the Aga Khan University, Karachi and will be broadcast live through a digital platform connecting participants from Islamabad, Gilgit and Chitral. Besides launching IHPAP, the conference will deliberate on the current health challenges faced by the community and assist in devising future strategies. A key focus will be on innovation in technology and its impact on improving access to quality healthcare. Discussions will be led by prominent international and national health professionals.

 

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