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PAKISTANI SCHOOL IN QATAR HOLDS
YAUM-E-TAJDEED DAY
By A. D. Tahir

Doha, Qatar, March 23, 2001 – With over 4000 students currently enrolled and considered to be one of the biggest educational institution, known as the Pakistan Education Centre (PEC) that is catering to the needs of the overseas Pakistanis here recently celebrated Yaum-e-Tajdeed at its school premises.

The colourful function began at 09:30 hours when the ambassador of Pakistan to Qatar, Syed Arif Kamal, raised the Pakistani flag.

Immediately thereafter, the scouts, selected amongst the students of the school, did the march past while the Qatar army band sang our national anthem.

The next item that the students performed and enjoyed by a large gathering saw about 100 school students unveiling a very big Pakistani flag. This emotional but beautiful scene brought loud cheers from the crowd.

In another act, the students dressed up in different national colours sang four milli songs. This was followed by a speech by the Principal of the school and then by the ambassador.

In his message, the ambassador requested the children and their parents to prefer Pakistani made things, as these are second to none in the world. He said that we should adopt, "Be Pakistani, buy Pakistani," approach to express solidarity with our country.

There were stalls of Pakistani juices, biscuits and other items made in Pakistan put for display for the large gathering. Many tasted the delicious Pakistani juices and biscuits.

In the end, all the people who were present on this occasion were invited to see the exhibition of arts made by the students of the PEC school.

All expressed their delight for having witnessed such a colourful celebration and praised the efforts of the PEC in organizing such a highly successful event.

Anybody interested to obtain more information on this program, please contact A. D. Tahir on his address, P. O Box 22700, Qatar Fuel Additives (QAFAC), Doha, Qatar.

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