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bazaar

, bazar
1. (esp in the Orient) a market area, esp a street of small stalls
2. a sale in aid of charity, esp of miscellaneous secondhand or handmade articles
3. a shop where a large variety of goods is sold

bazaar

A marketplace where goods are exposed for sale; esp. in the East, consisting either of small shops or stalls in a narrow street or series of streets, or of a certain section of town under one roof and divided into narrow passageways.
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SIALKOT: Local traders observed a complete strike in Chowk Allama Iqbal, Chowk Shaheedaan, Main Bazaar, Bank Road, Railway Road, Deputy Bagh, Trunk Bazaar, Bano Bazaar, Lehai Bazaar, Tehsil Bazaar, Bazaar Khateekaan, Maharaja Road, Cantt Bazaar, Muslim Bazaar, Kashmiri Bazaar and other areas.
Due to lack of security arrangements, this bazaar is a security threat at the congested Murree Road.
Mian Aslam Iqbal has said that opposition should visit Ramazan bazaars instead of talking while sitting in air-conditioned rooms before TV cameras.
The Ramazan bazaars will be converted into Eid bazaars from 20th of Ramazan.
The administration has earlier announced to set up 16 Ramazan Sasta Bazaars, however eight prime localities of Rawalpindi city deprived of Bazaars.
Bring out woollies: Chilly weather draws shoppers to Lunda Bazaar
Shehbaz Sharif reviewed prices of various items in Ramadan Bazaar and also inquired from the consumers about prices and quality of essential commodities.
Due to the lavish makeover of the bazaar, stall rents have increased.
The money collected from the bazaar would be given to the victims of giant storm Sandy that hit northeastern parts of United States last month.
It is noteworthy that last year on the first of Ramazan, Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif had visited a Ramazan bazaar in Shalimar Town and expressed dissatisfaction over the arrangements and blamed the DCO in this regard.
In the July 1966 Harper's Bazaar, articles on Pop and the artist Chryssa vied for attention with Annette Michelson's "Surrealism or the 'White-Haired Revolver,'" whose description of surrealism as a recurring attitude and set of formal strategies, rather than a movement that had come and gone, has proved prophetic.
He urged traders and shopkeepers to sell their items on low profit to make Sasta Bazaar as a successful initiative.