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Pakistan Prime Minister to Visit

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Harvard and M.I.T. will play host to the Prime Minister of Pakistan and his wife on Friday. Lisqat All Khan, who was elevated to this post immediately following the birth of Pakistan in August, 1947, will be in Cambridge to speak at M.I.T., and will take time out to visit President Conant and see the University.

A Law School graduate of Oxford in 1921, All Khan first practiced in England then returned to India where he joined the Muslim League in 1923. When appointed Premier, he was Deputy Leader of the Muslim League Party in the Indian Interim Government which proceeded the partition.

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