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Shah Kareem: The mass communicator
Shah Kareem: The mass communicator
Shah Kareem: The mass communicator
Shah Kareem: The mass communicator
Shah Kareem: The mass communicator
Shah Kareem: The mass communicator
Shah Kareem: The mass communicator
Shah Kareem: The mass communicator
Shah Kareem: The mass communicator
Shah Kareem: The mass communicator
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Shah Kareem: The mass communicator

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  • 1. THE MASS COMMUNICATOR SHAH KAREEM
  • 2. INTRODUCING SHAH KAREEM Name Topic  RAHUL  INTRODUCTION  SRIPRIYA  CHILDHOOD  NOUMIN  PERSONAL LIFE,AKDN  ALISHAN  SHAH KAREEM AS MASS COMMUNICATOR  SHIVAM  RECENT EVENTS, ACHIEVEMENTS AND CONCLUSION
  • 3. CHILDHOOD • Birth • Parents • Early Life • Schooling
  • 4. PERSONAL LIFE • Marriage • Children • Property • Ambitions
  • 5. AKDN (AGA KHAN DEVELOPMENT NETWORK ) • Foundation • Evolution • Past projects • Current working • Future ambitions
  • 6. SHAH KAREEM AS MASS COMMUNICATOR
  • 7. RECENT EVENTS • Two abducted AKDN staff released in Afghanistan - 23 August 2013 • Aga Khan Music Initiative and Montreux Jazz Foundation • Launch Partnership with “New Sounds from Arab Lands” - 3 July 2013 (Press Release) • National Zoo of Mali Inaugurated After Full Renovation by the Aga Khan Trust for Culture - 22 June 2013
  • 8. CONCLUSION

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