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Bazaar

A market place, usually outdoors, where vendors sell goods such as fruits and vegetables, books, household items and so forth. A bazaar is usually held in a designated place, but vendors can pack up their wares at the end of the day and take them home. Bazaars are most common in the Mediterranean, the Middle East and South Asia.
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It said that they have also been asked to remove their tents, qanatsand tables etc after the timings of such bazars.
He said that all officers present on the duty at Ramazan Bazars have been asked to submit their suggestions regarding provision of inexpensive and quality edibles, so that system could be further improved.
KS Relief is pleased to support our partner WHO in providing much needed health services to the Rohingyas and host communities in Cox's Bazar," said Dr.
The bazar includes various works of handicrafts and ready-made garments.
The Cox's Bazar district administration is not even aware of the history associated with the plot.
Dubai: The 10th edition of the Almas Bazar Exhibition began in Dubai under the slogan 'Arab Women's Ultimate Destination'.
However, Awesome Bazar doesn't issue refunds or exchanges for specific items like handbags, jewellery, sunglasses and leather goods.
Franchise Bazar offers innovative solutions in franchise marketing and recruitment of franchises, to its clients, who enjoy this arrangement to save time & cost and more importantly recruit the initial franchises who are very critical to the success of the overall business.
THE Delhi Police on Monday claim to have arrested the 22- year- old butcher who had slit the throat of a minor boy on August 8 in the Sadar Bazar area of North Delhi.
Under the agreement, a 60-MW capacity turbine will be installed at Cox's Bazar on a build-own-operate (BOO) basis for a term of 18 years.
Le Groupe des Conjoints des chefs de mission diplomatique et des representants des organisations internationales accredites en Tunisie (GC CMD-ROI) organise le Bazar diplomatique.
Summary: ABU DHABI -- Shaikha Fatima Bint Mubarak, Chairwoman of the General Women's Union and of the Family Development Foundation, opened today at the GWU premises, a charity Bazar, the proceeds of which will be used to help the victims of human trafficking.