LAHORE - The City District Government on Friday notified 90 'standard milk shops for selling quality milk and yogurt at government price, officials informed The Nation on Friday. The CDG had announced to establish 100 standard milk shops across the City one week back at the time when it raised the prices of milk and yogurt. The price of buffalo milk, with 5 per cent fat contents, was fixed at Rs 42 per litre while that of cow milk, with 3.5 per cent fat, was fixed at Rs 38 per litre. The price of yogurt was fixed at Rs 45 per kilogram. On Friday, the CDG withdrew the earlier notification and reduced the price of buffalo milk to Rs 40 per litre and that of cow milk to Rs 36 per litre. The price of yogurt was reduced to Rs 44 per kilogram. The owners, who volunteer their services, will display banners inscribed with 'standard milk shops in front of their premises. They will clearly display rates of milk and yogurt along with standards on white boards at a prominent place. These shops will also display standard/quality of the milk on each container. The owners will also ensure proper cleanliness in the premises and provision of lactometer at their shops. They will also get their employees medically examined and ensure that no milk handler carry contagious diseases like hepatitis and tuberculosis. CDG has notified 12 shops in Nishter Town as standard milk shops, 11 in Iqbal Town, 10 each in Shalimar, Ravi, Wahga, Aziz Bhatti and Data Gunj Bukhsh Towns, nine in Samanabad Town and eight in Gulberg Town. Convocation Convocation 2009 of Comsat Institute of Information Technology will be held today (Saturday) at 7:30 pm. Punjab CM Shahbaz Sharif will be the chief guest. Federal Science & Technology Minister Azam Khan Swati will be the guest of honour.