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**FILE** Abdus Salam, Pakistan's only Nobel laureate, is seen here on Oct 15, 1979, in London after receiving the news that he was joint winner of that year's Nobel Prize for physics. Salam, who belongs to a minority Muslim sect, helped develop the theoretical framework that led physicists to discover the "God particle," is not celebrated by his country and schoolchildren are rarely even taught his name. (Associated Press)
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**FILE** Abdus Salam, Pakistan's only Nobel laureate, is seen here on Oct 15, 1979, in London after receiving the news that he was joint winner of that year's Nobel Prize for physics. Salam, who belongs to a minority Muslim sect, helped develop the theoretical framework that led physicists to discover the "God particle," is not celebrated by his country and schoolchildren are rarely even taught his name. (Associated Press)

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