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Sahabzada Yakub Khan

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Rich tributes paid to late Sahabzada Yaqub Khan in New York
NEW YORK – A condolence meeting held at the Pakistan House paid homage to Sahabzada Yaqub Khan – a former foreign minister – who passed away in Rawalpindi on Monday. Pakistan's Ambassador to the United Nations Dr Maleeha Lodhi presided ...
Sahabzada Yaqub Khan of Pakistan
In the passing of Sahabzada Yaqub-Khan, the country has lost a statesman of towering international stature. The New York Times described him in 1999 as “the most skilful diplomat of the world today.” Though a scion of the erstwhile princely house of ...
Story of two Khans
Sahibzada Yaqub Khan left this world at 95 with a smile on his face. Very few people knew about the pain hidden behind his smile. He was a soldier tuned diplomat and never liked wars.
Sahabzada, as I knew him
The news was relayed to the military high command; by the next morning, an army officer visited Sahabzada Yaqub-Khan's house to inform the family that his funeral would be arranged in the afternoon at the Army Graveyard in Rawalpindi. The grand old ...
My icon, mentor and friend
Even after retirement, Sahabzada Yaqub continued to promote education and was appointed chairman of the board of trustees of the Aga Khan University. Of course, Sahabzada Yaqub had his weaknesses. His elitism kept him somewhat detached and ...

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