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New Delhi [India] Jan 1 ( ANI ): The Delhi Traffic Police was forced to issue an advisory on Monday after people thronged the India Gate lawns in large numbers to celebrate the first day of the new year.
An official of Pakistan Tourism Development Corporation (PTDC) said, 'Thousands tourists thronged to see the first snowfall of the current winter season at Pindi Point, Kashmir Point, the Mall and Ayubia.
Despite the crowd that thronged the consulate, no untoward incident happened here," Shuaib affirmed.
Two-wheeler makers, too, had a tough time controlling the crowds as people thronged their pavilions.
New Delhi: It was a riot of colours as revellers today thronged streets and by-lanes to celebrate Holi with security force personnel along the borders and in Kashmir no less enthusiastic in applying 'gulal' and exchanging sweets.
Wrexham was thronged with Christmas shoppers from early yesterday morning' Picture: STACEY ROBERTS
Summary: Varanasi (Uttar Pradesh) [India], November 4 (ANI): Thousands of people thronged the Ganga Ghat on Saturday to celebrate Dev Deepawali with great fervour in Varanasi.
ISLAMABAD -- With the changing weather, demand for woollies has spiked all over the country, as people of different age groups have thronged markets and shopping arcades.
Thousands of people have deserted the city in panic, and an estimated 20,000 more Liberians have thronged into a residential annex of the American Embassy, which is the main Western presence in this country founded by freed American slaves.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Aug 16 (ANI): Soaked in religious fervour and festive spirit, thousands of devotees thronged in various temples across the nation on the intervening night of Tuesday and Wednesday to celebrate the birth anniversary of Lord Krishna.
ISLAMABAD -- Snowfall occured in the month of July in Gilgit- Baltistan (GB) attracted a large number of tourists from across the country tourists thronged with their children to enjoy the chilly weather.
ISLAMABAD -- Local residents and visitors from adjoining areas of the federal capital thronged parks and recreational spots on the third day of Eid-ul-Azha.