LAHORE - British High Commissioner to Pakistan Adam Thomson has said that the United Kingdoms engagements are strengthening with Punjab and why we are doing all these things in terms of engaging more is because the Punjab matters and Pakistan matter to the United Kingdom. While talking to TheNation here after a meeting with Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif, Adam Thomson said that success of Pakistan is vital to the success of the United Kingdom and to our economies and societies. The British High Commissioner said that the UK now have a permanent Department for International Developments presence in the Punjab, and we have also increased the number of ministerial visits. We are putting increasing volumes of UK taxpayers money into system in the Punjab, especially in the field of education, which, in particular, was an exciting area for us. Adam Thomson said that Britain is seeking to attract more business. He said the British Council was also planning to do more in terms of new arts programmes, which are more appropriate in Lahore, the capital of culture in Pakistan. So we find ourselves working in the Punjab. We are putting up hundreds of thousands of more girls into the primary schools of the Punjab, helping to develop the livestock industry as well as working on the serious subjects like collaboration on counter-terrorism and consular assistance, he added. Adam Thomson said that acting on Prime Minster David Camerons words that 'Your enemy is our enemy, We must engage ever more closely. When he was here in the month of April, Prime Minister David Cameron had said, Every second on the way, we will walk with you and we intend to do that more and more as the years go by. CM asks CDG, LDA to generate own resources: Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif has directed City District Government and Lahore Development Authority to generate their own resources for the development projects in the provincial metropolis. He was addressing a briefing meeting during his visit to Kalma Chowk Project here on Sunday. Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif directed Commissioner, District Coordination Officer Lahore and Director General of the Lahore Development Authority to evolve a comprehensive strategy for generating resources for provision of basic amenities and welfare of the people and complete projects like Kalma Chowk underpass, Lahore Canal flyover and other projects with these resources. Giving a detailed briefing with regard to generation of resources, DCO Lahore Ahad Cheema said that additional resources are being generated for completion of Kalma Chowk underpass, Lahore Canal flyover and other projects. Position holder students visit Germany: On the directive of Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif, the delegation of position holder students is visiting Germany. During its stay, the delegation visited technical university Berlin and other historical places of the city. The management of technical university while giving the presentation told the delegation that this university was founded in 1770 and has seven faculties which includes faculty of Humanities, Mathematic, Natural Sciences, Process Science, Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, Transport System, Architectural Engineering, Economic and Management. It is a large university with total number of students being 29,510 which included 5,988 foreign students from Pakistan.