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A man made structure extending from the shore against which vessels may lie to load or unload cargo.
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The meeting was informed that the feasibility on the Keti Bundar project would be finalized by January, 2018.
WWF-Pakistan Site Manager at Ketti Bundar Hafeezullah said that mangroves forests are declining along coastal belts of Badin and Thatta districts.
Ayesha Farooq in a captivating style read two short stories by Sheikh Muhammad Ikram - Aik Barhai aur Bundar and Batakh aur Machi - to kids.
John Minnis is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Educational Foundations, Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah Institute of Education, Universiti Brunei Darussalam, Bundar Seri Begawan 2028, Brunei Darussalam.
These related to (1) a coal based power plant with Sindh Coal Authority at a cost of $ 650 million, (b) processing and export of fruits from Pakistan in a joint venture with Mian Akhtar Pagganwala Group, with $ 7 million, and (c) construction of deep water port at Keti Bundar at a cost of $ 500 million.
Sindh Building Control Authority (SBCA) Sukkur region director Jameel Ahmed Memon is supervising the operation being carried out by the demolition squad led by deputy director (Karachi) Abdul Sajjad in Bundar Road, Jinnah Chowk, Barrage Road and other areas.
Discussing project details, Sindh CM said his government had proposed two projects - Karachi Circular Railway and Keti Bundar - under CPEC framework.
The walk started from Old DHO Office near Suikarno Memorial Tower Larkana via Bundar Road and marched the important thoroughfares of the city and concluded in front of Press Club Larkana.
The rally which started from Government Pilot Higher Secondary School Larkana concluded in front of Press Club Larkana after passing through VIP Road, Bundar Road, Pakistani Chowk, District Council Hall Jinnah Bagh and other thoroughfares.
Ja'far also transmitted the combined version to Ibn Hanbal, it would seem even more likely here that the two traditions were transmitted by Shu'ba as a unit and split into two separate traditions with the same isnad by either Bundar Muhammad b.

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