Obituaries Related to "Khan" from New York Times Archive
Saroj Khan, Choreographer Who Made Bollywood Sparkle, Dies at 71
After entering the industry as a child actress, Ms. Khan went on to choreograph some of the most memorable performances of the 1980s and ’90s.
Irrfan Khan, Bollywood Star at Home in Hollywood, Dies at 53
Mr. Khan, whose films include “The Namesake,” “Life of Pi” and “Slumdog Millionaire,” was comfortable in both mainstream and art-house roles.
Kim Woo-choong, Who Strove to Be ‘Automotive Genghis Khan,’ Dies at 82
The Daewoo founder’s mad-rush corporate expansion symbolized South Korea’s rise as an Asian tiger. Daewoo’s collapse offered a bracing reality check.
In Tribute to Son, Khizr Khan Offered Citizenship Lesson at Convention
In a speech that included displaying a copy of the Constitution, a father rebuked Donald J. Trump and gave voice to Muslim Americans.
Mohamed Khan, Egyptian Filmmaker, Dies at 73
Mr. Khan drew popular and critical acclaim for his neorealist films, which focused on social ills and often featured feminist protagonists.
Sahabzada Yaqub Khan, Pakistani Diplomat, Dies at 95
Mr. Yaqub Khan had a role in facilitating President Richard Nixon’s overture to China in 1972 and helped negotiate the Soviet withdrawal from Afghanistan.
Hashim Khan, Patriarch of a Squash Dynasty, Is Dead
Khan, a champion and teacher of the sport, which he learned as a ball boy at a British officers’ club in Pakistan, was believed to be 100.
Sultan Khan, Indian Classical Musician, Dies at 71
Mr. Khan was the heir to multiple generations of his family’s style of improvising on the sarangi, the instrument of “a hundred singing colors.”
Ali Akbar Khan, Sarod Virtuoso, Dies at 87
Mr. Khan was the foremost virtuoso of the lutelike sarod, with a dazzling technique and gift for melodic invention.
Ghulam Ishaq Khan, 91, Former President of Pakistan, Dies
Former Pres Ghulam Ishaq Khan, powerful bureaucrat who led Pakistan from 1988 to 1993 and dismissed two governments on charges of corruption, dies at age 91; photo (M)
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Juan Carlos Formell, Buoyant Heir of Cuban Musical Legacy, Dies at 59
The son of Juan Formell, a giant of Cuban music, he found his own voice as a singer-songwriter. He died during a performance in New York.
George Maharis, TV Heartthrob of ‘Route 66,’ Is Dead at 94
He appeared in Off Broadway roles before starring on CBS as one of two young men who find adventure crossing the country in a Corvette convertible.
Ingrid Haebler, Pianist Known for Her Mastery of Mozart, Is Dead
In concerts and on dozens of recordings, she applied a delicate touch that critics said set her apart from other performers.
Mary Turner Pattiz, Rock D.J. During FM’s Heyday, Dies at 76
She was known as “the Burner” for her seductive delivery, but off the air she was anything but a wild rock ’n’ roller. She later became an addiction counselor.
Ed Ames, Singing Star Who Became a Familiar Face on TV, Dies at 95
After more than a decade of hit records with his brothers, he found success as a solo performer and a star of the series “Daniel Boone.”
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