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TDAP to organise 'Lifestyle Pakistan' Expo in Delhi

Trade Develop-ment Authority of Pakistan (TDAP) is organising 2nd edition of "Lifestyle Pakistan" exhibition at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi in April, 2014. The exhibition will showcase top quality of Pakistan's textiles including high end designer wear, lawn, Home textile , Readymade garments, Fabric, Leather garments & Accessories, Furniture, Jewellery , Rice, Carpets, Spices, Marble & Granite and services sectors.

It is expected that more than 150 exhibitors will show case their products at the event. The exhibition will be leveraged with a Pakistani food court where Pakistani cuisine will be served to public. On the sidelines of the main exhibition, a series of fashion shows and musical evenings will also be arranged at Pakistan High Commission.

Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FICCI) is also organising "The India Show" at Lahore Expo Centre in the month of February 2014 and TDAP is also supporting them in successful management of the event. TDAP had organised 1st Edition of Life Style Exhibition at New Delhi on 12-15 April, 2012. The exhibition was first ever collection of presence of top Pakistani brands.-PR

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