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Jinnah and Gandhi: a politically incorrect appraisal

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Suhandi: the forgotten queen of Sindh

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Hakim Said: an obituary

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Dr A. H. Dani – History in the remaking

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 …

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