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Noun1.Mashriq - Arabic name for the Middle EastMashriq - Arabic name for the Middle East  
Arabic, Arabic language - the Semitic language of the Arabs; spoken in a variety of dialects
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Unfortunately, Urdu newspapers especially Daily Mashriq and Ajj becomes a source of fruit safety in fruit baskets.
The other members of the elected cabinet comprising Shehzad Mehmood of ARY News (Senior Vice President), Saad bin Owais of Daily Mashriq (Vice President), Asim Sheeraz of Khyber Stars Sports Magazine (General Secretary), Arshad Dar of Daily Awan Un Naas (Joint Secretary), Shakeel Ur Rehman of Sunday Sports (Associate Secretary), Qadir Khan of Daily Suba (Finance Secretary),
Amaken Manpower Services and Al Mashriq Manpower have had their licences revoked by the Labour Market Regulatory Authority (LMRA).
On October 12, 2017, Haroon Khan, a journalist with Satch TV and a stringer for local Mashriq Television channel, was gunned down outside his home by unidentified assailants.
Similarly, Shireen Zada of Express TV was elected president of the Swat Union of Journalists, Fazal Khaliq of daily Dawn vice-president and Niaz Ahmad Khan of Mashriq TV general secretary.
He went on to organize an alliance in the Philippines called Dawlatul Islam Wilayatul Mashriq, which is now believed to include at least 10 small militant groups including some Abu Sayyaf factions.
A columnist in Daily Mashriq (Peshawar) reported at least ten thousand cases of dog bites in the country in one year.
The articles in this issue of Alif address the topic--the relationship between literature and journalism--in a wide variety of Arabophone (the Mashriq and the Maghreb), Arab Francophone and Anglophone, African American, and Latin American contexts.
In 1954, he started his career as a professional calligrapher at Roznama Hilal-e-Pakistan and later worked with such leading newspapers as Kohistan, Roznama Mashriq, Akhbar-e-Khwateen and many other Urdu publications.
A ceremony was held in this regard and Chief Editor of Daily Mashriq Peshawar was the chief guest on the occasion.
The delivery time will be announced in the near future," Firouzabadi said, as quoted by Mashriq news agency.
Akhbar-e-Khwateen was the brainchild of Inayatullah Sahib, the editor of daily Mashriq.