A view of well of Dina Nath inside the Delhi Gate at Walled City. The well of Dina Nath intended to be water well in the Wazir Khan Chowk. The well’s construction during the 19th century by a Sikh nobleman sparked controversy, given its location in the immediate vicinity of the Masjid. The well commissioned by Raja Dina Nath in the mid-19th century under the reign of Ranjit Singh

APP59-070921 LAHORE: September 07 - A view of well of Dina Nath inside the Delhi Gate at Walled City. The well of Dina Nath intended to be water well in the Wazir Khan Chowk. The well's construction during the 19th century by a Sikh nobleman sparked controversy, given its location in the immediate vicinity of the Masjid. The well commissioned by Raja Dina Nath in the mid-19th century under the reign of Ranjit Singh. APP Photo by Mustafa Lashari
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Pakistan, due to its massive plantation drive, has achieved 9 percent decrease in the green house gas emissions as projected by the international studies and is well ahead of its global commitments made to fight climate change.The country despite having limited resources is playing a lead role in Climate Action and ensuring successful implementation of environment protecting initiatives that will benefit the entire region through absorption of carbon emissions resulting climatic changes. After successful plantation of one billion trees in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa under Billion Tree Afforestation Project (BTAP) and the launch of Ten Billion Tree Tsunami Programme (10BTTP), a scaled up version of the former, has helped in increasing carbon absorption or sequestration to a significant level, said Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Climate Change Malik Amin Aslam told APP in his exclusive remarks. (Match the picture with story slugged “Massive plantation: Pakistan ahead of its commitment on green house gases emissions” already been released)

A farmer getting water from a well being powered by a pair of bull near Sheikhupura Road (75 Kilometer of the Lahore) as the people celebrating World Water Day. World Water Day observed on 22 March since 1993 when the United Nations General Assembly declared 22 March as “World Day for Water”. The UN and its member nations devote this day to implementing UN recommendations and promoting concrete activities within their countries regarding the world’s water resources

APP44-210321 SHEIKHUPURA: March 21 – A farmer getting water from a well being powered by a pair of bull near Sheikhupura Road (75 Kilometer of the Lahore) as the people celebrating World Water Day. World Water Day observed on 22 March since 1993 when the United Nations General Assembly declared 22 March as “World Day for Water”. The UN and its member nations devote this day to implementing UN recommendations and promoting concrete activities within their countries regarding the world’s water resources. APP photo by Mustafa Lashari
APP44-210321 APP45-210321SHEIKHUPURA: March 21 – A farmer getting water from a well being powered by a pair of bull near Sheikhupura Road (75 Kilometer of the Lahore) as the people celebrating World Water Day. World Water Day observed on 22 March since 1993 when the United Nations General Assembly declared 22 March as “World Day… Continue reading A farmer getting water from a well being powered by a pair of bull near Sheikhupura Road (75 Kilometer of the Lahore) as the people celebrating World Water Day. World Water Day observed on 22 March since 1993 when the United Nations General Assembly declared 22 March as “World Day for Water”. The UN and its member nations devote this day to implementing UN recommendations and promoting concrete activities within their countries regarding the world’s water resources
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