LAHORE - The WWF-Pakistan organised a 'Wetlands Nature Carnival at Ali Institute of Education, Ferozepur Road here on Sunday. A large number of people including school children, parents, teachers, corporate partners and media lured to this carnival. The themes of the carnival included Blind Indus Dolphin, Industrial Waste and its Impact on Air and Water Pollution, Climate Change and Global Warming. Different schools presented their models, which depicted students hard work and knowledge about the environmental issues confronting Pakistan by setting up about 60 stalls. The winners were awarded trophies and shields at the closing ceremony. The chief guest Provincial Minister for Education Mujtaba Shujaur Rehman congratulated the WWF-Pakistan on the success of the Annual Nature Carnival. I am delighted to see the enthusiastic participation of the school children, teachers, parents, media, corporate sector and general public, the chief guest said. Maryam Aurangzeb, Head Corporate Relations WWF-Pakistan said that the carnival was a mean to reach to the public to raise their awareness and understanding for the need to conserve, protect and manage Pakistans natural resources. The WWF-Pakistans Wetlands Nature Carnival hosted activities included environmental puppet show, live musical performance, a magic show, environment games, nature art exhibition, debating and singing competitions which were a source of attraction for children and parents. Boy seriously burnt over petty row A 14-year-old youth sustained serious burn injuries when two boys set him on fire over a minor dispute in Sabzazar police area on Sunday. The injured identified, as Wahab, son of a Ali Abbas, is the resident of A-Block, Sabzazar. Police inquiries revealed that Wahab stopped two other boys Haider and Bablu from playing in a cricket ground, who in retaliation threw petrol on him and set him on fire. The locals, however, rushed him to a nearby hospital where his condition was said to be critical. The police have registered a case against the accused on the statement of Haider Ali, uncle of Wahab with no arrest so far. Further investigations are underway.