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Kachera

(kʌˈtʃeɪrə) or

Kacha

n
(Clothing & Fashion) short trousers traditionally worn by Sikhs as a symbol of their religious and cultural loyalty: originally worn for ease of horse riding. See also five Ks
[Punjabi]
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According to the report in the area of Police Station Kacha Khuh, a citizen named Nazar set ablaze his wife, Mureedan Bibi along with four children, Rehan, Amreen, Nimra, Shazia and a guest girl Safia due to the domestic dispute, after locking them in a room and fled the scene.
Mirpur district and its outskirts are in the grip of heavy intermittent rains since past many days that badly affected the kacha houses at various locations besides partially affecting the daily life.
A police team, headed by ASP Hfeezur Rehman Bugti and SHOs of different police stations, conducted a raid in Kacha area and recovered the abducted security guard.
Comprising three urban areas (Gulbahar, University Town, Hayatabad and three rural areas Kacha Garahie, Palosai and Achinie are selected), two models were developed; one for the working women's status and another for the share of the earning of working women in their family's total income.
With just few "kacha" (temporary) areas mostly left for free parking, residents are facing the problem of moving their cars in the morning to go to office with often hundreds of cars crammed into the small kacha areas.
The bomb was tied to a motorcycle parked near the mosque and a temporary bus stand in Kacha Pakka area in the garrison town of Kohat, a senior police officer told reporters at the scene.
The two explosions took place 10 minutes apart in Kacha Pakka camp in Kohat district.
KACHA PAKHA: Two suicide bombings at a center for people displaced by a Pakistani military offensive against militants killed at least 38 people and wounded 65 on Saturday, an official said.
The blasts came just minutes apart in the Kacha Pukha centre on the outskirts of the city of Kohat.
Several cars and shops at the Kacha Paka market caved in following the blast.