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cha·ras

(char'as),
A resin that is smoked; obtained from mature leaves of selected varieties of Cannabis sativa.
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City Daska police, during routine patrolling, arrested one Sagheer alias Pumi with 1.280-kg charas.
Saddar Baroni police conducted a raid and recovered 1150 grams charas from the possession of Kaif.
According to the Zonal Director, NCB, Jammu, this is the biggest seizure of charas this year by the NBC Zonal Unit, Jammu.
DSP Ghiyas informed that the Motra Police arrested one Ayub, selling Charas near Civil Rest House Jaamkey Cheema-Motra, Daska tehsil here.
New Town police has recovered from Abid 260 gram charas, Gujar Khan police from Sadaqat 15 bottles of wine, City police station police from Rahman10 liter open wine, Gunjmandi police from Shahbaz 10 liter open wine, from Bashir 10 liter open wine, from Sajjad 5 liter open wine.
686 kg was however seized in 2009 followed by 2010 when 640 kg charas was seized.
Mail Chara Koubo isn't the only animated system out there, of course -- though it is the first to customize personal photos with characters.
According to police, Muradpur police intercepted two women, identified as Gulshan and Lubna, near Gohadpur and recovered 2.150-kg and 1,450-kg charas from them.
According to a police spokesman, New town police rounded up Asharaf with 1260 grams of charas, Air port police apprehended Abdul Muneeb for having 140 grams of charas, Westridge police arrested Saleem with 280 grams of charas, Civil line police held Munbashar and seized 5 liter of liquor, Kahuta Police arrested Talat and seized 10 liter of liquor.
As he was produced before journalists by sub-divisional police officer Farooq Jan and SHO Miftahuddin here on Monday, the councillors said drug trafficking was his 'political necessity' as he made a smooth supply of charas to hundreds of local youths.
According to details, ANF Rawalpindi while acting upon information intercepted two cars at GT Road, near Attock City and seized 12 kg charas and five kg opium concealed in secret cavities of the cars.
"Retailers, due to increasing profit requirements and competitive demands, have been driving down what they are willing to pay for goods while accepting more and more incremental trade deals," notes Charas. "They have also been aggressively reducing head counts at all levels," including store level.