Seated at a dinner in Lahore one winter in the late 1970s, for the third time in a week Mr K.K. Harouni was forced to endure a conversation about a Rolls Royce coupé recently imported by one of the Waraiches, a family whom no one had heard of just five years before. The car had been specially modif…
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