LAHORE - Pakistan Post will start cargo service from 26 post offices of Lahore to provide quick delivery of luggage to people. Talking to mediamen here at GPO on Saturday, Postmaster General (Central Punjab) Shaheryar-ud-Din said the people of six to eight cities would be able to get their luggage within 12 hours through the cargo service. The service will start from 26 post offices of the City and the survey in this regard has been completed, he added. He said that provision of best facilities within available resources was the prime objective of the department. Earlier, the employees, people from various walks of life gathered here to celebrate World Postal Day. The day is being observed every year on October 9 and it commemorates founding of the Universal Postal Union (UPU) in 1874 in Bern, Switzerland. World Postal Day was observed throughout the world including Pakistan to create and maintain a structure for free flow of international mail around the world. PMG Central Punjab has read the message of Director General of UPU on the occasion. They hoisted the flag of UPU at GPO and pledged to work with commitment and honesty. On the occasion former minister Ahsan Masood said that the Pakistan Post was facing many challenges and the workers should work with honesty to bring out the department from challenges. Dr Ehsan selected as SAQS peer reviewer Vice Chancellor Punjab University Prof Dr Mujahid Kamran has congratulated PU Director Institute of Business Administration (IBA) Prof Dr Ehsan Malik on his selection as an approved Peer Reviewer under South Asian Quality Assurance Systems (SAQS) of the Association of Management of Development Institutions in South Asia (AMDISA). Meanwhile, the Executive Director AMDISA Ramakrishna, in an email, has also requested Dr Ehsan Malik to bring his institution into SAQS and endorse his involvement with SAQS. PU lecturers book published Department of History, PU, lecturer Mahboob Hussains new book entitled Students Politics in Pakistan has been published from Germany. The book addresses the issues of political consciousness of the students and their response to the major political events, which took place during Ayub Khan regime. The work also deals with historical context as well, in which it examines the phase of their active participation in the Pakistan Movement and new trends of students politics after independence. The book is an interesting reading for the people who would like to know more about various significant phases of Pakistans political history. German publishing company VDM, which publishes more than 10,000 new titles annually and is one of the leading publishing houses of academic research in the world, has published the book. The book is available for sale on all major online bookstores of the world.