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Ramadan fasting

The non-consumption of food or fluids from sunrise to sunset during the month of Ramadan, as prescribed in the Quran. Ramadan fasting does not produce adverse effects on the heart, lung, liver, kidney, eyes, haematologic profile, endocrine or neuropsychiatric functions; it is not recommended for noncompliant, poorly controlled and/or pregnant type-1 diabetics.
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DG Wild Live and Parks visited Ramazan bazaars at Rahim Yar Khan, Zahir Pir and Khan Bela and directed to improve security arrangements.
He checked quality, weight and prices of eatable items and inquired from the people about the facilities being provided in Ramazan bazaars.
After checking in to their Turkish hotel, Colette headed straight to the bar - only to bump into Ramazan.
After his brother Ashraf was assassinated, Ramazan returned from Tashkent and, with loyalists and relatives, blocked the Kabul-Mazar highway for three days in protest.
Gram flour remained short from Ramazan bazaars, with citizens complaining that the commodity was not even available in the open market after the government fixed its price at Rs 61 as opposed to the open market rate of Rs 65.
Awda noted that the project intends to sight the Ramazan crescent by using modern technology on Monday, July 12.
5 billion subsidy for Ramazan bazaars so that essential food items could be provided at economical rates to the citizens, adding that price control magistrates had been assigned jobs to ensure the availability of quality food items at lesser prices.
The President said that Ramazan is a month of fasting and blessing, which enjoins upon the Muslims to devote them to fasting and to refrain from all evil deeds.
The Cabinet also constituted a committee comprising ministers for Commerce, Food and Agriculture, Industries and Production and Finance to review the situation with a view to ensuring its implementation and availability of essential food items to the common man at affordable prices during Ramazan.
Yesterday Fish Bar owner Ramazan Aslan referred comments to his solicitor Pierre Bartlett who was unavailable to comment.
They checked quality, prices and supply of edible items at stalls of Ramazan bazaars.
Provincial Minister for Food Bilal Yasin paid surprise visits to Ramazan bazaars at Rawalpindi, Sohawa and Jhelum.