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Katoti.Pk – pioneer online shopping website

Monday, May 25, 2015
Online shopping is global in nature. Connected users from all over the world will resort to online shopping if businesses can offer safe, users friendly online shopping experience. A recent international survey conducted by Pitney Bowes in Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, Japan, South Korea, the United Kingdom and the United States has crossed my desktop that points out major preferences that can be mirrored anywhere in the world including Pakistan. As per the findings, “71 percent international internet users look for competitive prices, 42 percent want a broad selection of products and services online and some 35 percent opt to online shopping for an easy checkout and other savings; deals, free shipping and taxing costs”.

Like everywhere else, the online shopping culture is fast growing in Pakistan - a fast growing online community.

Katoti.Pk – one of the pioneers in serving discount vouchers, coupons and deals in Islamabad, Peshawar, Karachi, Lahore and Rawalpindi – is playing important role to serve local customers. Visit Katoti and you will find online coupons, discounts, coupon codes and promotions from all the top local retailers to help you save big when you shop online." Their site is resource rich.

The site Katoti.Pk is functional, fast and users' friendly. Users can fine the coupons easily. Shopping with Katoti.Pk is easy and choice is unlimited. There is no registration required to use the coupons. Interested shoppers can subscribe to receive the notice of whenever a new offer comes up. What is more, interested users can also join Katoti referral program.

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Thatta Khedona - Kunsthandwerk aus Pakistan

Saturday, May 23, 2015

Anjuman-e-Falah-e-Aama (AFA) wurde am 17. März 1992 registriert als soziale Nicht-Regierungs-Organisation des Dorfes Thatta Ghulamka Dhiroka (TGT), District Okara, Pakistan, bei der Landesregierung des Punjab in Lahore unter Nr. DDSW-LD/92-405. Ethnologische Kenntnisse, kunsthandwerkliche Fähigkeiten und umweltfreundliche, lokal verfügbare Materialien, werden bei familienfreundlicher Herstellungsweise von Frauen und Männern zusammen mit deutschen ehrenamtlichen Volontären zu vermarktbaren, signifikanten Artikeln wie Puppen und Spielzeug entwickelt. Read here

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Thatta Kedona

Thursday, May 21, 2015
Volunteers: Dr. Senta Siller, Dr. Norbert Pintsch, Jane Carew-Reid, Dr. Karola Groch, Inge Keindl, Uta Moeller, Dr. Sophie Kuppler, Berhard Staeck, Erika Burchhardt, Gertrud Baier, Renate Perner, Lutz Fluegge, Dr. Nadine Jaeger, Isabel Merkel, Marleen Hamid, Monika Kuppler, Sabine Piltz, Stephanie Walter, Gundula Gomoll, Alexandra Scherer, Rainer Schmitt, Helga Schmitt-Pritz, Dr. Tobias Leonhardt, Marlies Bartkiewitz, Dr.Gwendolyn Kulick, Gittebritt Pintsch, Dr Leila Siller, Dr. Elizabeth Carew-Reid, Ursula Huette, Dr. Amir Malik, Khalid Javaid, Lok Virsa, S A J Shirazi, Ulrike Vestring, Omar M. Ali, AFA (NGO)

Thatta Kedona cooperation with: SPARC, FPAC, BNU, IPC, DGFK

Projects: Kite-project, LC-project, Village Museum, Internet Radio Station, Buffalo Pond, TTTC, WAC, BHU, WaterProject, IEC@BNU
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Preservation of Gogera Fort

Wednesday, May 20, 2015
Preservation of Cultural Heritage
in Co-Operation with
German Society for the Advancement of Culture


This report reviews the situation of the cultural heritage in Pakistan and in particular it focuses on Gogera Fort, gives inventory of the fort and proposals for its preservation as well as management. Part II of covers the poverty alleviation and self help activities of community based local NGO Anjuman-e-Fala-e-AAma working in cooperation with German Society for the Advancement of Culture (DGFK) in Thatta Ghulamka Dheroka – Punjabi village famous all over the world for dolls and toys made here and developments taking place in the process. The report also covers the details of some of the tourists’ attractions in the historic breadbasket of Pakistan around Thatta Ghulamka Dheroka. This part of the report should be read along with the map of the area.
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Thursday, May 14, 2015
This is a story that has circulated on the internet for some time. I don’t know the author. I found it to be sweet and touching - Doll

When I got home that night as my wife served dinner, I held her hand and said, “I’ve got something to tell you.”
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