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The motives behind the highly publicized execution of Jang Sung Taek, the uncle of current North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, have been open to question, but a South Korean analyst said Jang's ambition to restore an old power structure could have played a role in his death sentence.
Ko Soo-suk, a senior researcher at the Unification Research Institute of Joong Ang Ilbo, a South Korean newspaper, wrote Jang was seeking the role of prime minister in the North Korean Cabinet.
Prime ministers under the late Kim were in charge of economic policy and Jang would have been well-suited for a bigger role involving growth and development.
Ko also stated in his analysis that members of North Korea's core leadership, rather than Kim Jong Un, could have thwarted Jang's ambition.
Core leadership officials foiled attempts by Jang to procure a meeting with Kim, who was away on a field guidance trip at a critical time.
So here, with imagery by my photojournalist colleagues and friends Marc Po Kempner and Michael Jackson (whose photo of drummer Dave King of the Bad Plus graced that Down Beat review) are some previously unreported details.
Kiani was born in Rawalpindi as the youngest of 3 siblings, her older brother (Irfan Kiani) and sister (Sasha). Her mother, poet Khawar Kiani, was the principal of a government girls' school.
Seeing her musical ability, Khawar enlisted Kiani in the Pakistan National Council of the Arts.
As an eighth grader, Kiani moved from her birthplace Rawalpindi to Lahore where she continued her classical training by Ustad Faiz Ahmed Khan and Wajid Ali Nashad.
Kiani went on to graduate from Pakistan's top institutions, earning her bachelor's degree in Psychology from Kinnaird College for Women University and her Masters in Psychology from the historic Government College University (Lahore).