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Salman Rashid

HERITAGE: THE FORGOTTEN HAMLET

HERITAGE: THE FORGOTTEN HAMLET

Despite sitting on the most important east-west highway in Punjab, Domeli was somehow missed by Raj gazetteer writers Published Oct 08, 2017 06:39am
HERITAGE: ROCK OF ALL AGES

HERITAGE: ROCK OF ALL AGES

Saddo Mazzo is a site of historical significance. In another country, this would have been a protected national monument Published Aug 06, 2017 07:22am
INVASION OF THE ALIENS

INVASION OF THE ALIENS

Alien species of flora which suck up our water and pollute our air are gradually taking over the country Updated May 18, 2017 05:28pm
PROFILE: THE WONDER WOMAN OF DADU

PROFILE: THE WONDER WOMAN OF DADU

Laalan Khatoon turned her life around with just three and a half acres and a lot of hard work and persistence Published Apr 16, 2017 07:02am
The man who went up a mountain

The man who went up a mountain

His name is synonymous with the second highest peak in the world, but for decades there has been a dearth of research... Published Feb 12, 2017 07:23am
Abbottabad: beauty and buried bounty

Abbottabad: beauty and buried bounty

Abbottabad may be infamous because of Osama Bin Laden, but hidden in its valleys and villages are treasures and folklore Updated Nov 30, 2014 01:39pm
And the piano played on

And the piano played on

It is almost as if a plague befell the house of Colonel Alfred Fitzhugh: the pristine Chinar House in Abbottabad gained Published Nov 23, 2014 07:44am

How not to run the archives

MY first encounter with the Punjab Archives was about 20 years ago. Located in an 18th century tomb inside the... Updated Mar 09, 2014 02:10pm
Unequal forces in Makran

Unequal forces in Makran

OVER the past four months I have made two trips to Makran and have had extended conversations with local men as well... Updated Feb 21, 2014 10:26am

PR — NO GRAVY TRAIN

TIME was, until the 1980s, when one could board the Khyber Mail in, say, Lahore at 9am on any given day of the week.... Published Feb 09, 2014 07:40am