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Lahoris celebrate 71 years of country’s independence

Lahoris celebrate 71 years of country’s independence

–Citizens irked amid gridlocks on major roads –Biking daredevils spell misery for commuters LAHORE: Citizens across the provincial capital on Tuesday observed the country’s 72nd Independence Day with traditional fervour. The celebrations that

Lahoris place big bets on Bachan baby

Lahoris placed millions of rupees on bet on the birth of Aishwarya Rai’s baby that is expected to be delivered any moment now, well placed sources told Pakistan Today on Friday. Sources

It’s picnic time!

As scores of people left the city by Sunday night to celebrate Eid with their families in their respective villages and in other towns, others who stayed back celebrated with traditional fervour.

Mayflies set to bid adieu to Lahoris

With temperatures rising and humidity levels falling, Lahoris will take a sigh of relief to be rid of mayflies, also known as Canadian soldiers, which have been plaguing citizens since the end

Lahoris ponder upon Osama’s killing

Osama Bin Laden’s killing in Abottabad has triggered numerous questions in the minds of residents of the provincial capital. Many questioned America for not revealing Osama’s pictures or videos after possessing Osama’s

Lahoris witness light rain

LAHORE – Lahoris witnessed light rain on Saturday but according to the Met Office, weather remained dry in most parts of the country. Rain and thunderstorm were witnessed at isolated places of North Balochistan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Sargodha and Multan.
According to the Met Office, widespread rain with dust and thunderstorms are expected in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa today (Sunday) while scattered rain with dust and thunderstorms are expected in Quetta, Zhob, Kalat, Sukkur, Larkana,

Let’s walk to reinvigorate the Lahoris

LAHORE – Hundreds of people participated in a walk arranged by the Lahore Chambers of Commerce (LCCI) on Wednesday. The walk titled ‘Business Walk’ is part of the ongoing LCCI Shopping Festival that is gradually reaching fever pitch. People from various sections of society turned up in large numbers to participate in the walk that started from the LCCI office and culminated at Governor’s House.
The motive of the walk was to take people out of the gloom that has enveloped the