Pakistan Academy of Letters to organize Weekly Book bazaar on Friday

NationalPakistan Academy of Letters to organize Weekly Book bazaar on Friday

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: Pakistan Academy of Letters (PAL) would organize two-day Weekly book bazaar at premises of academy in Islamabad on Friday and Saturday.

The publishers and book sellers of twin cities of Islamabad and Rawalpindi have to set up their stalls at weekly book bazaar.

   

The bazaar would be started at 09:00 am and conclude on 0:700 pm in the evening.

Books on various subjects would be available at weekly bazaar on discounts rates.

An official of PAL said that academy is making efforts to promote book reading culture in the country. He said the Academy invited students and general public to get books on discounted rates from the weekly book bazaar.

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