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Changing times for Lahore

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Most militant attacks in Pakistan used to be confined to the tribal districts of the north-west of the country.

Now it is the major cities that bear the brunt of suicide bombings.

In the last two years, hundreds have been killed in Lahore, a city that until recently was considered a safe haven amidst increasing chaos.

Our correspondent Aleem Maqbool has been looking at how this city, synonymous with rich history and culture has changed.


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