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    Fancy Dress Shop In Krishna Nagar Lahore

  • Weeklong cultural festival underway in Nagar

    GILGIT: The weeklong Nagar cultural festival is underway at the famous tourist point of Hoper valley with a view to revive cultural heritage of the district and boost tourism...

    He said Hoper-Nagar was considered the best place for trekking and hiking...

  • Preet Nagar

    However, not many people know about the existence of Preet Nagar (now in India), a community that was set up midway between Lahore and Amritsar in 1938 by Gurbakhsh Singh, a resident of Model Town, Lahore...

    Thus in 1938, Preet Nagar — Village of Love — came into being...

  • Hunza Nagar to export 28 tons of dried apricot to Japan

    ISLAMABAD: By the end of the year Hunza Nagar, also known as “Pakistan’s organic village”, plans to export around 28 tons of dried apricot to Japan...

    The four-year project largely focuses on the apple- and apricot-producing districts of Hunza Nagar and Baltistan where farmers have been facing difficulties in collecting, processing, grading and marketing agricultural produce...

  • 20 years after Shanti Nagar

    KHANEWAL: It's a day of thanksgiving in Shanti Nagar, a village 10km southeast of Khanewal city...

    ”The total number of churches burned in Shanti Nagar alone — 13; number of schools and colleges burned — 3; the number of houses burned — 775; and shops burned down in Civil Lines, Khanewal — 10...

  • New infection cases declining in Nagar

    GILGIT: Commander FCNA Maj-Gen Ehsan Mehmood Khan along with Gilgit-Baltistan chief secretary, top civil and military officials visited the Nagar district to review Covid-19 situation...

    Nagar deputy commissioner Mohammad Shahrukh Cheema briefed the delegation about the ongoing efforts to contain Covid-19 in the district...

  • Krishna Mandir lights up on Diwali

    RAWALPINDI: The Krishna Mandir in Saddar Bazaar was buzzing with activity on Tuesday, as Hindus from the twin cities thronged to celebrate Diwali, the festival of lights...

    Traditionally, on the first day, Hindus buy new utensils and offer pooja for milk,” Jai Ram, the priest of Krishna temple, told Dawn...

  • Rs20m released to renovate Krishna Mandir

    RAWALPINDI: The Punjab government has released Rs20 million to renovate Krishna Mandir in Rawalpindi city, which the local Hindu community has said should be expanded because it cannot currently accommodate worshippers on festivals and religious occasions...

    Krishna Mandir is the only functioning Hindu temple in the twin cities...

  • Lahore thrash Quetta in dress rehearsal for final

    LAHORE: In what was a dress rehearsal for the final, Lahore Lions routed Quetta Panthers 3-0 in their final league phase match of the inaugural Women’s Hockey League at the National Hockey Stadium on Tuesday...

    Hina Pervaiz scored twice while Ishrat Abbas added one to end Quetta’s unbeaten run while maintaining Lahore’s...

  • EXHIBITION: A FLIGHT OF FANCY

    The newly expanded gallery space at the Koel Gallery recently opened with a group show titled We Ate the Birds...

    Its curator Seher Naveed focused on the subject of environmental degradation and its effect on the population of birds through a loosely structured series of conversations by 18 artists, including both established names and newer ones
  • Fancy a politician in your pocket?

    But as parliamentarians strolled out of the morning session exchanging pleasantries, PPP MNA Shazia Marri haggled with the clerk at the Souvenir Shop, located in the lobby of the National Assembly...

    “This is the first time I have entered this shop...

  • Flights of fancy

    LAST week much hilarity ensued when the Times of India ran a story about a ‘spy’ pigeon, apparently from Pakistan, which had been detained in Pathankot in Indian Punjab...

    The offending avian reportedly bore a “stamped message and had a wire-like object on its body”
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