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    Top 5 Cultural Heritages In Rawalpindi

    The haveli was converted to Fatima Jinnah Women University who later turned over the administration and upkeep of the historic haveli to the National College of Arts for a three-year period. An agreement has ben signed to promote traditional arts by turning a part of it into a museum and learning centre for students. 

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    Ali Sadpara: The Humble Master Away

    Last year, Muhammad Ali Sadpara got lost in the high-altitude mountains along with his two companions. It was a huge loss for Pakistan’s mountaineering. His son later found him. While Pakistan is mourning his loss, Ali Raza Sadpara, another legendary mountaineer, passed away.

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    Chief Justice Umar Ata Bandial Named Among 100 Influential People

    e became Judge of the Lahore High Court in 2004 where he served till 2006. He declined the Oath in 2007 but was later restored. He became the Judge of the Supreme Court in 2014. He had given important judgments on public and private law issues, civil and commercial disputes, constitutional rights, and public interest matters.

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    Famous Ceramist Sheherezade passed away

    She is a famous Pakistani Ceramist, who was born in Lahore in 1948. Her father was a famous tennis player, Mahmoud Alam. She did her Intermediate from Kinnaird College, Lahore. She got her Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Design with a major in ceramics from the National College of Arts NCA, Lahore. She was mentored by Salahuddin Mian, who has the honor of being Pakistan’s first ceramist.

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    Farewell Andrew Symonds (1975-2020)

    He was born in Birmingham, but he did not play for England. He got selected in 1998 for Australia. The Australian Team is lucky enough to have legendary players in all formats. He was an ultimate all-rounder, a fearsome striker of a cricket ball, and a great fielder. He played for Australia from 1998 to 2009. He played 26 tests and 198 ODIs. He was two time World Cup winner in 2003 and 2007. He was also a key member of the test side.

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    Iqbal Masih-True face Of Resilience

    He was smart and intelligent. He got to know that bonded slavery was illegal by the Supreme Court of Pakistan. He escaped and went to plea at the court, but the police returned him to the owner, unfortunately. This was a huge setup as they threatened him for life.

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    Farewell DC Hamza Shafqaat Sahab- We Will Miss You

    e has always been there for people, and ready to serve them has earned him respect. The high bar that he has set would be difficult to pass. He has changed the city administration which was always thought to be lazy and slow in response. His communication with the people made him stand out.

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