TOBA TEK SINGH: Hundreds of students, including boys and girls, will take part in a programme being held at Saint Peter's High School here on Thursday in connection with Aman Ki Asha, an initiative launched by Times of India and Jang Group to promote peace between India and Pakistan.
The students will paint their messages on handkerchiefs, which will be sent to Aman Ki Asha office in Pakistan. Later, the messages will be sent to Times of India which will distribute these kerchiefs among Indian students.
The Indian students will also send message-carved handkerchiefs to Pakistani students. PML-N MPA Main Muhammad Raifque and others will address the students on the occasion.
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