sehri


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sehri

(ˈsɛrɪ)
n
a meal eaten before sunrise by Muslims during Ramadan
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Continuing the practice that it started three years back, Telenor Pakistan launched its 2017 Ramazan campaign ShareYourMeal where it earmarked a certain sum of money to help fight hunger against every picture of Sehri and Iftar meals shared by the public on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram with the ShareYourMeal hashtag.
Things are no different in this Ramazan too, as Pakistanis, especially youth, keep themselves busy on social media applications while waiting for Sehri.
Asif Maseeh, a resident of Sadiqabad, lodged a complaint with the local police that his son was busy working at his job place when unidentified persons showed up and started firing at Sehri time on Chandi Chowk, leaving him dead.
Angry citizens staged protest in Gulistan-e-Jauhar, Future Colony, Natha Khan, lines area, buffer zone, korangi, Landhi, Maripur and Shah Faisal where power was disconnected during Sehri time.
4% of the GPs were of the view that Sehri can be skipped during Ramadan.
GI pipe against abandoned T/Well at Sehri & Rohna all other works contingent thereto.
K-Electric (KE) through its press statement has announced that there will be no load-shedding during Sehri and Iftar in the holy month of Ramadan in any part of the city.
The media landscape is riddled with 'Ramazan deal' or 'All you can eat' offers and everyone wants to go out and make the best of these Iftar and even Sehri deals.
The first Sehri (early morning meal) end time will be 3.
Soon she hears sound of heavy drumming in the street with shouts: "Wake up lovers of Allah, wake up and prepare for sehri [an Urdu word for mandatory pre-dawn breakfast in Ramadan].
Sehri (Uttar Pradesh), June 22 (ANI): A major fire broke out at a pesticide-manufacturing factory in Uttar Pradesh's Sehri District on Wednesday, destroying goods worth millions of rupees.
The morning meal of Sehri - the last opportunity to eat or drink before the fast - was often taken as early as 4am leaving a very long gap until the evening meal of Iftar, when the fast is broken.