4th World Punjabi Conference in Lahore. Attended by 400 delegates from 15 countries of the world, making it the biggest conference of any language ever held in the subcontinent.
5th World Punjabi Conference in London. First International conference outside of Pakistan.
1st International Sufi Conference in Lahore
11th International Punjabi Conference in Lahore. The first time that WPC arranged the presence of 2 Chief Ministers from both the countries in Pakistan, i.e. from East Punjab and West Punjab (Capt. Amringer Singh and Chaudhary Pervaiz Elahi) on one platform.
In Lahore, on the request of Chairman WPC, Chaudhary Pervaiz Elahi announced the establishment of Punjab Institute of Language and Culture (PILAC).
In Lahore, Chief Minister East Punjab also acceded to the similar request of chairman WPC and subsequently World Punjabi Centre was established in Patiala University.
International Conference on Amrita Pritam, Lahore, Pakistan. It was decided to bring up a special book on Amrita jee. It was later on published running into 1100 pages by the Pakistan Academy of Letters under the Chairmanship of Fakhar Zaman.
22st World Punjabi Conference, Lahore, Pakistan. Landmark inauguration by renowned Palestinian intellectual and poet, Dr. Hanan Awwad, who has been the Minister and Cultural Advisor to Mr. Yasir Arafat.
1st National Punjabi Conference, Lahore, Pakistan. WPC decides to start holding National Punjabi Conferences in Lahore and other cities every month.
The series of 12 conferences on Sufi poets of Pakistan was completed in October.
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