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Imbros

a Turkish island in the NE Aegean Sea, west of the Gallipoli Peninsula: occupied by Greece (1912--14) and Britain (1914--23). Area: 280 sq. km (108 sq. miles)
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After closure of Imroz, the writer started working as freelance journalist and his columns and novels started finding space in different newspapers and magazines.
When Lone looked around and saw rich and influential people of Kashmir coming to Pahalgam to construct hotels and restaurants, he approached human rights lawyer Parvaiz Imroz in Srinagar and filed a PIL in the high court.
HWCC 192: (Mubashir 57, Imroz 35) beat Cresent 175: (Mohammed 3, Pervez 2 wkts) by 17 runs.
The JKCCS leader, Parvez Imroz said, "There can be no selective morality when it comes to standing against the commission of human rights violations by states.
Mubashir 64, Imroz 58, Syed Nasser 50 and Shahnawaz 21 were the main run getters.
He also worked as managing editor of the Urdu daily Imroz, and was actively involved in organizing trade unions.
But when you are Imroz, the second half of the gentle love story of Amrita- Imroz that the world doesn't mind re- living over and over again, you can't help it.
He also promised to address problems of pensioners of disbanded newspaper Daily Imroz when a questioner requested him to direct NPT chairman to make payments to pensioners of the daily.
Miffed over the cleric's shenanigans, human rights lawyer Pervez Imroz is planning to file a petition in the High Court challenging the legality of the court of Islamic Sharia headed by Bashir- ud- din.
Imroz (42), Mohammed (26) and Shahnawaz (25) were the main contributors.
The Jammu and Kashmir Coalition of Civil Society President, Pervez Imroz speaking on the occasion welcomed the Hurriyet's move to release the documentary on pellet victims.
The Meerut incident follows an established and decades-old pattern of violence," JKCCS president Parvez Imroz said in a statement.