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Youth Peace Festival to be celebrated
The Nation Pakistan

Youth Peace Festival to be celebrated

LAHORE: Bargad Organization, and the Department of Youth Affairs, Sports, Tourism and Archaeology, held a press conference to announce the Youth Peace Festival 2016. It will be held on August 23, 2016, at the Punjab Institute of Language and Culture ... The Nation Pakistan, 2 months ago
Youth Festival tomorrow The Nation Pakistan, 2 months ago

Religious tourism, archaeology, solar power: Punjab wants

LAHORE: The Punjab government has plans in hand to develop cooperation with Sri Lanka to learn from its strengths in religious and cultural tourism, hospitality industry, archaeology and other sectors in a bid to benefit from best models in the ...
 DAWN Group4 weeks ago

Ploughing Through

The fate of Punjab government's flagship infrastructure project will soon be sealed one way or the other. The petition against the Orange Train project passing through heritage sites in Lahore has trudged its way to the Supreme Court despite ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 week ago

To grab Rs 1-cr land, elderly man declared dead

Punjab Posted at: Oct 3, 2016, 1:59 AM; last updated: Oct 3, 2016, 1:59 AM (IST) Also in this section Gurdeep Singh Mann Tribune News Service Dabwali/Bathinda, October 2 A Dabwali resident with the help of Revenue ...
 Chandigarh Tribune2 weeks ago

Violating HC orders, part of heritage building demolished

Just months after the Punjab and Haryana High Court ordered status quo on auctioning of land around Kothi No. 11 and another heritage building located near it, the district administration has allegedly demolished a part of the building in violation ...
 Chandigarh Tribune1 month ago

KP lacks archaeological experts to preserve priceless heritage

Tweet on Twitter Gilgit—Kargha Buddha as one of the most potential archaeological sites in Gilgit Baltistan to explore was at the risk of ruining due to neglect by the KP provincial authorities concerned. The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province ...
 Pakistan Observer1 month ago

Kachi Khera to be declared protected site

Chandigarh, September 2 The historical site of Kachi Khera in Palwal district will be declared a protected archaeological site, Haryana government said on Friday.The Haryana government has a plan to declare the ancient site of Kachi Khera as ...
 Chandigarh Tribune1 month ago Haryana to declare Kachi Khera as protected archaeological  United News of India1 month ago Har govt to declare 'Kachi Khera' as protected site  Press Trust of India1 month ago HR-SITE - Har govt to declare 'Kachi Khera' as protected site  Namibia Press Agency1 month ago
The Nation Pakistan

Govt to challenge LHC verdict on Orange Line

LAHORE - The Punjab government has decided to move the country's top court against the LHC decision on Orange-line Metro Train project. On Friday, a division bench of Lahore High Court while passing decision on various petitions against the ...
 The Nation Pakistan2 months ago SC forms commission to assess heritage impact of Orange Line Train  The Nation Pakistan1 week ago Heritage sites: LHC sets aside NOCs for Orange Line project  The Express Tribune2 months ago

Orange Line project: Supreme Court approves govt petition for hearing

LAHORE: Supreme Court on Monday approved a petition of the government of Punjab on the Orange Line project in Lahore, ARY News reported. Lahore High Court (LHC) in a landmark judgment in August had restrained the construction of Orange Line train ...
 ARY News.tv3 weeks ago Appeal in top court: PTI wants to become party in Orange Line case  The Express Tribune1 week ago Orange Line battles  South Asia Monitor1 month ago Conservation vs development: Govt will challenge Metro case verdict in apex court, says Hassaan  The Express Tribune2 months ago
The Express Tribune

A historical walk through the forgotten Sheranwala Bagh in Gujranwala

According to historical sources, this baradari was built by Sardar Maha Singh in 1788. PHOTO: ZAHIDA REHMAN JATT Gujranwala is one of the cities of Punjab that have contributed to its history, especially during Ranjit Singh's rise to power and ...
 The Express Tribune1 week ago
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