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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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GEO Ramazan Transmission is being aired with the popular and Pakistan's most favourite personality, Bushra Ansari, and none other than Noman Ejaz, as they both have the potential and talent to bring a healthy change in Ramazan Transmissions.
He vowed that campaign against profiteers will continue even after Ramazan to control the prices of essential commodities and District Price Control Committee will be made more active for this purpose.
The Secretary Food told the meeting that out of 68 lakh flour bags supplied in 319 Ramazan bazaars in the province, more than 44 lakh had been sold, adding that 11,757 tons sugar had also been sold in these bazaars.
Additional Chief Secretary Shumail Ahmad Khwaja said that the efforts of deputy commissioners and other officers were praiseworthy for ensuring the best arrangements at Ramazan bazaars.
Chris just said no and that he wanted to relax and Ramazan walked away looking crestfallen," recalls Colette.
Ramazan is a month of self-regulation and self training, with the hope that this training will last beyond the end of Ramazan.
A native Dari speaker, Ramazan can also speak Russian, Uzbek, a little Pashto and English.
Environment District Officer Tariq Zaman, who has been made the in-charge of flour supply at Ramazan Bazaars, told Daily Times that on Thursday as many as 63,000 bags of flour were sent to all 20 Ramazan bazaars, of which 45,000 were sold and 18,000 returned.
He added that there are countries, which will begin the month of Sha'ban on Wednesday, July 14 as the Kingdom of Morocco and Pakistan, and therefore would sight the crescent of Ramazan on Wednesday, August 11.
Faisal Malhi, a businessman, says in Ramazan he only gets time in the night to get connected with friends.
He said no comprise would be made on quality of necessary items, adding that outstanding performance regarding Ramazan Bazaars would be encouraged while accountability would be held on poor performance.
The meeting was told that 405 metric ton sugar has been sold in Ramazan bazaars during the last week and the government has managed to provide 15 thousand ton sugar on subsidized rate to the fasting people of the province during the holy month of Ramazan.