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Paxoí

(päksē`) or

Paxos

(păk`səs), island (1991 pop. 2,175), c.7 sq mi (18 sq km), NW Greece, in the Ionian Sea; one of the Ionian Islands. Olive oil, citrus fruits, and almonds are produced. Tourism is an important industry.
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In March 2017, a new company entered the ride-hailing business: Paxi. The company started operations in Karachi with three unique features; the option to call the 'captain' through an SMS or by calling its call centre, uniform-clad drivers, and a 'Pink Taxi' - a service for women, by women.
Talking to Head of Paxi Pink Taxi Service Shaikh Zahid Hussain, who called on the Minister at her office here on Wednesday, Syeda Shehla Raza said that the Women Development Department is being reactivated with various positive steps to protect, safe the women at all levels.
This she said while talking to Head of Paxi Pink Taxi Service Shaikh Zahid Hussain, who met at her office today.
The likes of Uber and Paxi were quick to follow changing the dynamics of the transportation sector.
The service in the provincial capital Peshawar is being launched by Paxi Pakistan (Pvt) Ltd.
The likes of Uber and Paxi were quick to follow, changing the dynamics of transportation sector.
The IACAT in collaboration with PAXI Pakistan (PAXI-P) has launched the training programme.
The Minister was speaking at Soft Skill and Vocational Training joint initiative taken by the Paxi Pink Taxi Service in collaboration with the IAct and Habib Foundation at Malir Saudabad here.
Varieties of the Heptanesian dialect are spoken on the islands of the Ionian sea, Corfu, Cephalonia, Ithaca, Zante, Paxi, Kithira and on the smaller islands of Othoni, Herikusa, Mathraki, Antipaxi.
Ports of call - depending upon your chosen voyage - include Portofino, Elba, Corsica, Sardinia, Sicily, Naples, Capri, Civitavecchia for Rome, Katakolon (for Olympia), Santorini, Athens, the Corinth Canal, Paxi & Korcula