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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...

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...

4G Facility Will Be Available In Swat Within A Year

Islamabad: Residents in Swat can now enjoy High-speed broadband 4G internet service provided within a year, Murad Saeed 4G service has finally reached Swat within a year after Prime Minister Imran Khan announced the launch of internet service in the tribal areas allowing residents, particularly students, to have access to high-speed internet.  The launching of  4G services in such rural areas...

Pakistan Railways To Run 10 Special Trains On Eidul Fitr

LAHORE:10 special trains to operate on Eid ul Fitr says Ministry of Railways Pakistani Railways have announced that they will operate 10 special trains on the occasion of Eidul Fitr by following Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) against COVID-19, as the load on existing trains increases during the Holy Holiday. The schedule for trains: First train to run from Karachi to Lahore on May 7...

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