SAMMA


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SAMMASouth Asians in Media and Marketing Association
SAMMASystem for the Automated Migration of Media Archives (Media Matters)
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CONTROVERSY: Lavina Samma and boyfriend Damien Sewell.
For this pressing need, the company's fourth-generation Samma Solo V.4 platform--consisting of the Solo, Robot, Prep and Clean--promises to make it easier to perform high-volume migration of media assets from videotape to digital files, and to store, protect, access, retrieve and manipulate them for repurposing later.
Similarly, Kashmir Media-XI beat Samma TV by 8 wickets.
Jam Nindo was the most famous ruler of the Samma dynasty, which ruled Sindh, parts of Punjab and Balochistan from 1351 to 1551 CE.
Munazzah Akhtar from University of Victoria, Canada, began the second session of the second day of the moot with her paper on 'Samma trade network: Art and architecture of Samma period' through Skype.
The train will run at 11:00 pm from Faisalabad and via Shorkot, Khanewal, Multan, Samma Satta, Khanpur, Tando Adam, Rohri reaches Karachi at 3:00 am the next morning.
He said Rs 28 million allocated for Boys Degree College Samma Satta, Rs 23 million for Girls Degree College Samma Satta, Rs 37 million for Government Degree College for Women Hateji, Rs 26 million for Government Girls Degree College Bangla Tailwala Yazman, Rs 38 million for Government Girls Degree College Chotawala Hasilpur and Rs 11 million for Government Girls Degree College Kudwala Yazman.
Eve Henderson, from charity Support after Murder and Manslaughter Abroad (SAMMA) said: 'Statistics show that 65 British families a year are affected by the murder of a loved one abroad.'
Commissioner OPC Afzaal Bhatti said that one Shamshad Haider, currently settled in Canada, had lodged a complaint that some persons had captured his 6-kanal land in village Samma, district Gujrat.