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Taxila Museum to have new art gallery
DAWN Group

Taxila Museum to have new art gallery

A new gallery adjacent to Taxila Museum would soon be opened to public as officials of the Punjab archaeology department and museums have started with decorations. The new gallery was constructed with an estimated cost of Rs5.5 million in 2000 ... DAWN Group, 2 weeks ago

No record of Rs3.187 billion spent from Punjab accounts

LAHORE - Provincial departments have no record of a huge sum of Rs 3. 187 billion spent from government accounts during the year 2014-15, as per Auditor General's latest report which also carries an explicit account of audit evasion at a massive ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 month ago

´╗┐CITY: (Sarai Kharbuza's outer wall demolished in Islamabad)

Home ┬╗ Islamabad ISLAMABAD: The Department of Archaeology and Museums has taken the notice of demolition of the outer wall of the popular heritage site of Sarai Kharbuza in Islamabad due to private construction. A department official said that ...
 Pakistan Press International2 weeks ago

Monuments in Multan require Rs 73mln for conservation

The Multan archaeology department sent proposals worth Rs 73 million for conservation of five monuments including four shrines. Sub Divisional Officer (SDO) Archaeology Ghulam Muhammad while talking to APP informed that they had submitted ...
 Pakistan Today2 weeks ago

Punjab Govt Fails To Preserve Revolutionary Icon's Bhagat Singh's Hideout

FEROZEPUR The state government is yet to take the possession of the building that was used as a hideout by Bhagat Singh and his revolutionary comrades in Ferozepur in spite of the fact that the Department Tourism and Cultural Affairs had declared ...
 Link2 months ago
Hindustan Times

Dangerous and dilapidated, Nahan Kothi houses Panchkula consumer forum

Seepage of water in court room, chambers, retiring and record rooms during rain, no whitewash or renovation since years, trees intruding through the walls, shows the dilapidated condition of the 159-year-old Nahan Kothi that continues to illegally ...
 Hindustan Times9 hours ago

Police use tear gas as Sirsa residents protest

The article below represents a preview only and is not meant for reuse or republishing. Sirsa, May 26 -- The Sirsa police used tear gas shells on Wednesday as residents of Tehad Mohalla blocked the main road in the city to protest against the order ...
 HT Syndication2 days ago

Culture: The music's still playing

The city of Peshawar and its citizens have shown resilience in the face of adversity Ustaad Sikandar Khan's rabab workshop in Peshawar's Dabgari Bazaar is known far and wide for its special, handcrafted rababs made from the finest Afghan wood by ...
 DAWN Group1 week ago

Pak civilisations offer potential for regional ...

Islamabad - Advisor to Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz said yesterday Pakistan was ready to play its role in creating linkages between South and Central Asia to promote regional peace and development. Aziz said at the launch of ...
 The Nation Pakistan2 weeks ago

126-year-old Palace of Justice to be palatial again

The 126-year-old Durbar Hall, a monument of Indo-Saracenic architecture built by Maharaja Jagatjit Singh of Kapurthala, is set to get its grandeur back. The Hall is being renovated and construction work has been on full swing since January. ...
 Hindustan Times2 weeks ago
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