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Team Sondhi from LACAS wins the Winter Holidays Open Debating Championship 2017 in Croatia

Team Sondhi from LACAS won one of the largest and most competitive international debating tournaments, the Winter Holidays Open 2017, held in Zagreb, Croatia. LACAS selected the top 3 students from their prestigious interschool Sondhi International Debating Championship who went on to beat 96 teams from all over the world to bring home the cup.

The Sondhi International Debating Championship, Pakistan’s oldest debating tournament is now in its 30th year. Every year during this championship, 3 top students are selected, trained, and entirely funded by LACAS to go to a renowned international tournament.

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CokeFoodFest goes Nationwide

Following the successful launch of Coca-Cola Food Festival earlier this year, the nation’s biggest food and music festival goes nationwide this fall. The new season of the festival will kick off in Lahore on 17th November (3 days: 17th, 18th and 19th Nov 2017) at Royal Palm Golf and Country Club, after which the festival will move to Islamabad (3 days: 8th, 9th and 10th Dec 2017), Faisalabad (2 days: 22nd and 23rd Dec 2017), Multan (2 days: 12th and 13th Jan 2018) and will close this time in Karachi (3 days; 2nd, 3rd and 4th Feb 2018).

Attendees can explore over 70 leading and burgeoning traditional/contemporary restaurants and 30 caterers, home chefs et al food stalls at this nonstop ‘Party in the Park’ along with performances by an incredible selection of musicians including but not limited to megastars such as Strings, Khumariyaan, Ali Sethi, Overload – Farhad Humayun, Asim Azhar, Sahara UK, Nabeel Shaukat and Quadrum.

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Lahore Music Meet 2018

Pakistan’s Leading Comprehensive Music Symposium: The Lahore Music Meet [#LMM18] has announced the dates for their fourth edition scheduled to take place at Alhamra Art Center in Lahore on the 6th and 7th of January 2018.The two-day event is dedicated to the celebration and critique of music in Pakistan and will be headlined by some of Pakistan’s leading folk, pop, rock and indie acts.  
Since its inception, Lahore Music Meet had brought together enthusiasts, artisans, artists, patrons, industry representatives and academics to initiate dialogue on the developments and shortcomings in music in Pakistan. LMM boasts an alumni list of more than a hundred artists from all walks of the Pakistani music scene, which includes legends such as Attaullah Esa Khelvi, pop/rock artists such as Ali Noor, Ali Hamza, Jimmy Khan, Javed Bashir, Ali Sethi, Sajjad Ali, Sara Haider, Omran Shafique, Gumby, Ali Azmat, Momina Mustehsan, Arshad Mahmud, Haniya Aslam, Abid Brohi, Zohaib Kazi, film actor and musician Ali Zafar and Meesha Shafi, Sufi rock artist Arieb Azhar, classical maestros Hamid Ali Khan, Tina Sani, Jazz fusion act Mekaal Hassan, Indie musicians, Ali Suhail, Takatak, Slowspin, Poor Rich Boy and Red Blood Cat, TV personalities Adnan Malik, Ali Gul Pir and filmmakers Saqib Malik and Jami amongst others. The event will be open to the general public and as in the previous three editions there will be no cost of admission.

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World s Biggest Khaadi Outlet Opens in LuckyOne Mall

Khaadi is known for always brining something new to the scene. Be it their designs, cuts, accessories or their campaigns, Khaadi is known for that ‘wow’ factor we rarely see. November 11th is the date for the opening of Khaadi’s biggest store in the world, located at LuckyOne Mall, Karachi. Spread over 30,000 sq ft in area, Khaadi is probably the first retail brand in Pakistan to do something this huge. This will be the 5th flagship store of Khaadi. Khaadi is launching their store with a spectacular 30% flat sale that would last non-stop for 40 hours starting from 9 am on 11th November.

Previously, they outdid themselves with a 38 hours sale at Packages Mall, Lahore which was a huge success and widely appreciated by the customers. Khaadi is setting a benchmark for all the leading brands in Pakistan as this will be the first time in Pakistan that any store would remain open for an exclusive sale for straight 40 hours.


With its size, Khaadi as a brand has grown larger than life. It’s like a mall inside a mall. The latest collection offers something for everyone. Crockery and bed covers aside, the unstitched, pretwear and Khaadi Khaas offers beautiful, vibrant pieces for girly girls and monochromes and pastels for ladies who believe less is more.


Our favourite part in the entire store was the section for mini munchkins. More space means more variety and more adorable, teeny tiny dresses to choose from. Right beside it, is the home for bed sheets, cushions, some antique-y furniture and simply beautiful notebooks.

Adjacent to that you’ll find unstitched cloth and accessories. Right in the middle, the first thing you see when you enter is the prêt and Khaadi Khas collection. Yes, you do get overwhelmed with choices, especially the unstitched collection part (it is endless) but then again you find something for everyone with different tastes.


Khaadi brought denim kurtis when it first launched. This is one signature product of Khaadi we have always missed. Well guess what, you will find some nice, trendy denim kurtis, some with white lace and some with metallic studs in the stores now.


Khaadi first opened its doors in 1998 in Karachi, Pakistan offering customers kurtas and loose fabric made from hand-woven fabric. Shamoon Sultan, the chairman and founder, had the intent of reviving the ancient craft of the handloom and popularizing the traditional medium in a contemporary manner.

Khaadi defines its lines as Concepts and initially had Prêt (Ready-to-Wear), Unstitched (Fabric) and Man (Eastern Wear). Over the years, Khaadi has introduced a number of new Concepts including Khaas (featuring exclusive and limited-edition pieces), Kids (for 2-12 year olds), Accessories (jewellery, stoles and handbags) and Home (featuring furniture, bedding and bath items).

With Khaadi Chapter Two just being unveiled and this new supreme outlet right on the cusp of opening, there’s no stopping Khaadi. We cannot even imagine that you would pick anywhere else or need any other outlet to shop at after seeing the scale of this mega store here.

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Performing Arts Festival URAIN GE by LACAS

LACAS presents Chapter 2 of their biggest performing arts festival in Lahore, ‘Urain Ge’ from Nov 15-19, 2017. The 5-day performing arts festival will be held across three different iconic venues in Lahore; the Alhamra Open Air Theatre Qaddafi Stadium, Bagh e Jinnah Open Air Theatre and at the Alhamra Arts Council. All proceeds from tickets sales of Urain Ge will be donated to the Sundas Foundation.

‘Urain Ge’ by LACAS aims to revive the culture and spirit of performing arts by bringing together diversity of art fields; from theatre, music, dance and film, all on one platform. To this end, ‘Urain Ge’ will feature a diversity of performances and productions by students across Lahore as well as by seasoned maestros including Kathak virtuoso Nighat Chaodhry and musician Ali Hamza. PR: Lotus