Lamudi Successfully Organizing The Biggest Property Show. The festival aims at providing a platform to all real estate enthusiasts so they may interact amongst themselves and with leading real estate developers coming from all over the country, as well as creating a recreational activity for the families.
Unlike other expositions, this event is unique in not only providing an opportunity for interacting with the real estate gurus but also a fun activity for the weekend where you can bring your family along. Here you will get to enjoy the company of fellow real estate aficionados, enjoy talks with erudite real estate advisors as well as having a great time with your family; savoring food from different stalls set up by your favorite food brands while the kids enjoy various activities arranged for them separately.
The first day of the event has experienced a great turnout, turning it into a huge success. People from the twin cities, young and old, swarmed the Pak China Friendship Centre with their enthusiasm to find out about the top real estate projects, investment options and to interact with the experts. Talk sessions led by Mr. Shafiq Akbar, one of the country’s leading real estate investment advisors, and Saad Arshad, co-founder of Lamudi were the highlight of the day.
The festival is succeeding in its motive of providing a fun environment for all the participants rather than being a boring expo. People were seen enjoying the scrumptious food in the lovely Islamabad weather while the children were having an amazing time playing games in the entertainment area. The feedback from all participants has been great up till now and we hope to see a bigger turnout tomorrow.
The festival is a great opportunity for all those who want to invest in the real estate market or simply want to learn some details about the upcoming projects in the Capital. Lamudi warmly invites the residents of the twin cities to be a part of this great initiative.
Sindh Government Declares Diwali Holiday. The Sindh government has declared the public holiday on the festival of Diwali. The public holiday will be for the Hindu community on Thursday 19th October 2017 in Sindh.
Diwali, religious occasion of the Hindu community, is considered with the Hindu New Year and is aimed at celebrating new beginnings.
This is the 5 days festival of lights which is celebrated by the Hindu communities across the world.
As per official deceleration, the notification issued by the provincial government, all Hindu employees of autonomous, semi-autonomous and local councils under the administrative control of Sindh will be given holiday on 19th October in on the festival of Diwali.
Eid Ul Azha 2017 will be celebrated in September and people are preparing to buy animals for sacrificing on this festival to perform the Sunnah. The Asia’s Largest Cattle Market is all set to take place in Sohrab Goth Karachi. For opening the Asia’s Largest Cattle Market in Karachi, talks are underway.
In the Asia’s Largest Cattle Market people will be able to easily buy the best animals for Eid ul Azha 2017.
The cattle mandi for Eid ul Azha 2017 will be established at 1200 acres of land and its planning has been finalised; work is underway for the required facilities including financial, security arrangements and lighting.
No Basant Festival in the Province, Government Denies Approval
Yesterday there were news at TV channels that the government of Punjab has consented to celebrate the Basant Festival in Lahore.
The Education Minister Rana Masood on Monday announced that the Basant Festival “Safe Basant” will be held in the province in February 2017.
“The long awaited festival would entertain the citizens of Lahore at designated places in the provincial capital.”
The Chief Minister of Punjab Shahbaz Sharif earlier had established an eight member committee under the leadership MPA Zaeem Qadri for the revival of Basant Festival in Lahore.
Today the government of Punjab has refuted the new for the approval of Basant Festival in the province in February 2017. They said they are pondering over to take step and will make official announcement in this regard.
Government of Punjab said in a tweet that some of the news channels are airing the news that Government has approved the Basant Festival celebration, which is NOT Correct. Further add that they will officially announce if this step is taken.
It is important to mention here that the Supreme Court of Pakistan had banned the celebration of the Basant festival in the country in 2005, over the number of deaths by the use of sharp and glass coasted string.
Punjab Government Allows to Celebrate Basant Festival
It’s been reported by the social media TV Channels today that the government of Punjab has lift ban on celebrating Basant Festival in the province.
The Education Minister Rana Masood on Monday announced that the Basant Festival “Safe Basant” will be held in the province in February 2017. He said the Basant was banned in the country since long and the festival will be held at the designated places in Lahore.
It is important to mention here that Chief Minister of Punjab Shahbaz Sharif earlier had established an eight member committee under the leadership MPA Zaeem Qadri for the revival of Basant Festival in Lahore.
Supreme Court of Pakistan had banned the celebration of the Basant festival in the country in 2005, over the number of deaths by the use of sharp and glass coasted string.
Now once again the ban is lifted and the Basant lovers in Lahore can celebrate the festival with great zeal and enthusiasm.
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