Monthly Archives: January 1996


Sohail Rana – The unstrung hero

January 23rd, 1996|

Dawn, Tuesday Review, January 23-29, 1996

A few weeks back there was a musical programme arranged by some university students. The band on the stage was singing Kokokorina, and the unsuspecting crooner mixed up a couple of lines. I was amazed to see that not only did all the listeners begin hooting the performers, but they […]

Dr A. H. Dani – History in the remaking

January 2nd, 1996|

Dawn Tuesday Review, 2-8 January 1996

Professor A. H. Dani is a challenger. He revels in attacking the boundaries of knowledge and, quite often, he succeeds in stretching them beyond their existing domains. Not far from the beginnings of his career in archaeological research he questioned the long accepted notion of the historians of Alexander the […]