Rawalpindi:11 July: A Wall of Kindness (Deevar-e-Mehrbani) set up by a student in Lalazar area provided free of cost ration and clothes to some 200 families during the month of Ramazan with the help of donations given by the philanthropists.
Fahad Javaid, a student of Master of Business Administration and organizer of the Wall of Kindness, said he first started collecting donations from his family members then he approached his friends and finally his initiative got success due to overwhelming response from all these people.
Murree:11 July:A teenage youth group led the World Population Day advocacy walk here on Sunday afternoon from the General Post Office (GPO) through the Mall Road. Participated by the thousands, the motivational walk was organised by the Development Communications Network (Devcom-Pakistan), Islamabad Devcom Centennial Leo Club (IDCLC), Islamabad Crescent Lions Club (ICLC), Islamabad City Lions Club, and Islamabad Leo Club to mark the World Population Day. Theme of the walk was ‘investing in teenage girls’. Senior politician Ex-MNA Hanif Abbasi also joined the walk as a special guest.
Lahore:July 05:Position-holder students of metric intermediate, A-level and bachelor examinations on Monday returned to the country after a one-month study tour of Germany, UK and Sweden.
The students were received at Lahore Airport by Vice Chancellor Education University Rauf Azam, Additional Secretary Information Shahid Iqbal and Prof. Dr. Khalid Butt of Political Science Department of GC University. The students were also presented bouquets.
Rawalpindi:July 05:Two young artists from Sadeeqa’s Learning System (SLS) Montessori & High School won the Nukta Art workshop in Art Beat, The Little Art’s National Child Art Competition, says a press release.
Sarah Khan of grade 6, SLS New Lalazar campus and Fizza Haider of grade 4, SLS, Peshawar Road Junior branch won this workshop out of hundreds of student artist entries in this year’s competition. The eight day art workshop was held at the Nukta Studios under the guidance of Sajjad Akram, Artist and Assistant Professor at the National College of Arts, Rawalpindi.