Guest Post: The Potohar’s Stone Age roots

Posted on July 31, 2006
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By S A J Shirazi Discovery of fossils, tools, coins, and remains of ancient archaeological sites give enough historic evidence about Soan civilization and its continuity in Potohar (or Potwar) Plateau. The people, colourful landscape, lakes, hill ranges, flora and fauna are sufficient reasons to explore the land that is largely off the beaten track [...]

Madam!

Posted on July 30, 2006
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Adil Najam Today ATP gets to feature the work of two people whom I hold in great respect – even awe – each at the top of their craft. The first, of course, is Madam Nur Jehan (Noor Jahan). Whatever the word might mean to others elsewhere, for Pakistanis ‘Madam’ refers only to Nur Jehan; [...]

Pictures of the Day: Vanquished

Posted on July 29, 2006
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Adil Najam It took England only three days to defeat Pakistan most thoroughly in the second Test Match at Old Trafford. The injury-ridden Pakistan team collapsed not one, but twice as England wrapped the game by an inning and 120 runs. Final scores: Pakistan (119 and 222); England (461). But injury is really no excuse [...]

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