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How Is Eid Ul Azha Celebrated in Pakistan

Blog News- How Is Eid Ul Azha Celebrated in Pakistan?

Eid Ul Azha Celebration In Pakistan Eid ul Azha in Pakistan is also known as Bari Eid/Bakra Eid/Qurbani Eid and is considered an essential Islamic holiday observed by Muslims across the country. Eid ul Azha is a four-day celebration in Pakistan. determined each year after the sighting of the moon to mark the beginning of the Islamic month of Zilhujj . On the 10th of the month, the day begins with...

SOPS GUIDELINES FOR EID UL AZHA

SOPS GUIDELINES FOR EID UL AZHA

EID UL AZHA Eid ul Azha falls on the 10th day of Zil-Haj. Eid ul Azha, also known as the Feast of Sacrifice, is one of two Eid festivals celebrated by Muslims to commemorate Prophet Ibrahim’s willingness to sacrifice his son to God. Traditionally marked by the slaughter of animals, whose meat is shared with family members and the poor. The faithful slaughter their sacrificial animals in remembrance...

Asia’s Largest Forest

Punjab Govt to Develop Asia’s Largest Forest in Lahore.

The Punjab Government has decided to develop Asia's Largest Forest in Lahore. Lahore will soon have one of Asia's largest forests, as the Parks and Horticulture Authority (PHA) has partnered with relevant provincial government divisions to plant saplings in 51 locations across the metropolis. Punjab Prime Minister Asif Mahmood's adviser shared updates on this development at a press conference in...

World’s Largest and Highest Cable Car in Kumrat Valley

World’s Largest and Highest Cable Car in Kumrat Valley

PESHAWAR: Cable car to connect Kumrat Valley to Chitral The government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has decided to install a 14 kilometer long cable car, which will connect the picturesque town of Kumrat  🏔  in the Upper Dir with the Madaklasht area in Chitral, for an estimated cost of 32 billion rupees. The meeting gave the green light to the department to carry out the detailed feasibility study and...

FBR Reduces Taxes For Construction Sector

FBR Excludes The Tax Amnesty Regime For The Construction Sector ISLAMABAD: The Federal Revenue Board (FBR) has ruled out the possibility of a new tax amnesty plan for contractors to revive the construction industry, stating that the FBR cannot waive the collection of Rs. 200 billion a year. During the deliberations of the meeting of the Senate Standing Finance Committee, it was proposed to drastically...

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