Shahi


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Shahi

A currency subdivision in Afghanistan between 1891 and 1925. A shahi was worth 1/12th of an Afghan rupee.
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MIRPURKHAS -- A married woman committed suicide in Naokot Town while a teenager boy was killed by snake bite near Shahi Water here on Wednesday.
Senator Mir Kabeer Ahmed Muhammad Shahi observed that Balochistan was allocated a total number of 319 seats where as the figure quoted revealed a mere 200.
PESHAWAR -- The British-era Shahi Mehman Khana, also known as Royal Guest House, Peshawar was converted into hostel to provide accommodation to MPAs-elect from tribal districts.
He shared these on Sunday in Muhammad Shahi House while settling blood enmity among Pandrani and Mengal tribes.
June 25 (ANI): Government has taken an initiative for the betterment of government-led Sri Krishna Medical College and Hospital (SKMCH) hospital by installing portable digital X-ray machines and other advanced test machines, said Superintendent Sunil Kumar Shahi on Tuesday.
RANIPUR -- The people of Ranipur are facing many hardships due to encroachments in the Shahi Bazar.
The biggest congregation was organized at Shahi Eidgah,
NASIRABAD -- Two persons were killed in a truck-motorbike collision near Shahi chowk in the limits of Jaffarabad police station.
Traffic cop Sandeep Shahi used to gift helmets to those riding motorbikes on some of the world's most dangerous streets with their head unprotected--but on reflection, he found a better approach.
LAHORE -- The first phase of the restoration of the world's biggest picture wall has been completed in the Shahi Qila of Lahore.
During the 1971 war, Bush, who was then US ambassador to the UN, worked closely with his Pakistani counterpart, the late Agha Shahi, in the efforts to push the Security Council to call for a
Govind Shahi will now take over the mandate of heading the international business for IndiaCast.