1. Pak varsity to observe Sisters' Day on Valentine's Day to promote 'Islamic traditions'  Times of India
  2. Pakistan university to observe Sisters’ Day on Valentine’s Day to keep up ‘Islamic traditions’  Hindustan Times
  3. Pakistan Varsity to Observe Sisters' Day on Valentine's Day to Promote 'Islamic Traditions'  News18
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Female students can be gifted scarves and Abayahs (clothes) as decided by Vice Chancellor Zafar Iqbal Randhawa of the University of Agriculture in Faisalabad and other decision makers.

Female students can be gifted scarves and Abayahs (clothes) as decided by the Vice Chancellor of University of Agriculture in Faisalabad. The VC maintained that it was 'compatible with Pakistan's culture and Islam'.

US President Donald Trump last month announced he would withdraw US forces from Syria, declaring they had succeeded in their mission to defeat Islamic State and were no longer needed.