Saturday, March 10, 2012


  • Frontier College Peshawar students participate in a tug-of-war on International Women’s Day, March 8. 
  • Pakbasket
  • A garland maker decorates a flower basket in Peshawar Cantonment’s Fowara Chowk Market March 1. The colourful baskets are used to hold flowers or dried fruit for wedding guests, especially during the Rasm-i-Hina, when women in the wedding party paint their hands with henna.
  • Pakbook
  • A Pakistani man browses at a roadside book stall February 12 near the Anarkali Bazaar in Lahore. Roadside stalls offer used books and magazines for relatively low prices.
  • March
  • Ravshanbek (right) decides to purchase a bouquet of tulips in Bishkek for his mother-in-law March 7, a day before International Women's Day.
  • Kgfl
  • Elite National Guard troops raise the Kyrgyz flag in Bishkek's Ala-Too Square March 3 to celebrate the flag’s 20th anniversary. Red symbolises courage, while the 40 rays of the sun, seen through the crossed roof supports of a yurt, represent the 40 Kyrgyz tribes united into one nation.

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