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The ladies club of the Pakistan High Commission here participated in an International charity bazaar organized by the Delhi Commonwealth Women's Association (DCWA) that saw a wide range of Pakistani textile products, including some well-known brands, exhibited at the stall.
A large number of people, including foreigners, visited the Pakistan stall on Sunday along with their families, and evinced keen interest and purchased various items, a press release from the Pakistan High Commission said.
Students of the Pakistan High commission School rendered an impressive performance, singing national songs and presented a tableau highlighting Pakistani culture at the event held at a hotel here.
Pakistan High Commissioner Sohail Mahmood and his wife Mahwish Sohail Mahmood lauded the contribution of the ladies club and the school students for their participation.
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