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haram

(ˈhɑːˌrɑːm)
n
(Islam) anything that is forbidden by Islamic law
[from Arabic, literally: forbidden]
Translations
حرام
haram
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RAWALPINDI -- Metro Bus Service will remain suspended on 10th Muharram ul Harram in twin cities of Rawalpindi and Islamabad.
JEDDAH: Etihad Etisalat 'Mobily' grants all pilgrims in Makkah free credit to ensure contacting their relatives and friend after Harram accident.
The Sri-Lankan beauty, who wore a gray harram pajama and a white top, said that it has been really long since she went on a fun ride and it was great fun.
But at Bashas', harram is a way of life that the Basha family has turned into a way of doing business.
LAHORE -- Administrative officers of all districts in Punjab have been directed to keep liaison with Ulema-e-Karam to work for maintaining peace during Muharram ul Harram.
Giving message for Muharram ul Harram, he said the people belonging to any segment of society should promote harmony, tolerance and brotherhood in respect of the sacred month.
He said that the maintenance of peaceful environment throughout the province be ensured at every cost during Ashore-e-Muharram ul Harram and added that the security arrangements be made better than the previous years.
Chairing a meeting held here on Thursday, Talat Mehmood said Islam is a religion of brotherhood, peace and tranquility and directed police officers to make all out efforts to ensure law and order situation during Muharram- ul- Harram.
Hafiz Hafeez ur Rehman said that all necessary measures had been taken to ensure peace during the Muharram ul Harram.
Under the project, renovation of centuries old Harram Gate, Harram Gate Pavilion and public toilets had been completed.
RAWALPINDI -- Holy Family Hospital (HFH) have prepared management plan for 10th Muharram ul Harram to cope with any untoward situation.
They congratulated the Auqaf Department and Religious Affairs for its services regarding Ittehad-e-Ummat in Moharram ul Harram.