KAHUKern Association of Health Underwriters
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Moreover, DIG Operation has sought the list of criminals from SHO Bhara Kahu in order to include them in the investigation process.
Zafar Abbas, son of Allah Baksh, resident of Bhara Kahu, told the police that some unidentified person picked his daughter Fatima Zafar, 4, when she was standing in front of the house on the night of July 8.
According to a letter issued on June 3, in its project evaluation reports the Ministry of Planning and Development recommended 35 teaching and 30 non-teaching posts for Islamabad Model College for Boys (IMCB) Sihala and 34 teaching and 22 non-teaching posts for Islamabad Model College for Girls (IMCG) Bhara Kahu.
The police also sought cooperation of civil society and traders of Bara Kahu Bazar to discourage illegal parking or encroachments on the main road.
Malik Sajjad said that a bypass and overhead bridge were badly needed in Bara Kahu to resolve traffic issue and facilitate the growth of business activities.
This was expressed as a delegation of the local body of traders the Bara Kahu Markazi Union led by its President Malik Sajjad visited the Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ICCI) on Wednesday.
Addressing the delegation, Ahmed Hassan Moughal, President ICCI, said that Bara Kahu was one of the largest markets in Islamabad and stressed that CDA and MCI should focus on its better development to facilitate the trading community.
A delegation of Bara Kahu Markazi Union led by its President Malik Sajjad visited ICCI and highlighting the issues and challenges in promotion of trade and business.
Speaking to Pakistan Today, residents of Bhara Kahu complained that leaders from all political parties had promised to resolve the issues faced by them ahead of the general elections however, they said, any of their representatives hardly visited the area now.
The platform's first creation Kahu Main Ya Kahu Na is a romantic song.
The results and discussion section is divided into six main subsections that explore: the process of leaving Te Kahu; the social uncertainties of transitioning from Te Kahu; methods of coping with transition; returning to school in the city; adapting to life in the city; and the girls' perceptions of Te Kahu as a healthy passage to adulthood.