Police officials inspecting the blast site on Warsak Road, at least six people, including four children injured in this incident

APP47-051223 PESHAWAR: December 04 - Police official inspecting the blast site on Warsak Road, at least six people, including four children injured in this incident. APP/SYR/TZD/ZID

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Keeping alive the centuries-old traditions of storytelling and serving Peshawari Qahwa (green tea), Qissa Khwani being an oldest bazaar of South Asia attracts tourists in droves due to its rich cultural diversity, Mughal era architectural buildings and aroma of food cuisines. Qissa Khwani’s primitive and archaic culture magnetize tourists’ attention before visiting its food restaurants and Qehwa shops where they swap tales of ancient culture, music and traditional norms by enjoying aroma of mouthwatering food cuisines including Chappal Kabab, Mutton Karahi, fried fish, chicken roast, Kabli Pulao, Qulfi-Falooda (dessert) along with famous Qehwa (green tea)(Match the picture with story released by APP)

APP26-120921 PESHAWAR: September 12 - Keeping alive the centuries-old traditions of storytelling and serving Peshawari Qahwa (green tea), Qissa Khwani being an oldest bazaar of South Asia attracts tourists in droves due to its rich cultural diversity, Mughal era architectural buildings and aroma of food cuisines. Qissa Khwani’s primitive and archaic culture magnetize tourists’ attention before visiting its food restaurants and Qehwa shops where they swap tales of ancient culture, music and traditional norms by enjoying aroma of mouthwatering food cuisines including Chappal Kabab, Mutton Karahi, fried fish, chicken roast, Kabli Pulao, Qulfi-Falooda (dessert) along with famous Qehwa (green tea)(Match the picture with story released by APP). APP photo by Shaheryar Anjum
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People gathered on the spot after roof of house collapsed in Barki Road area due to an explosion caused by a gas leakage resulting five persons including a woman killed in this incident

APP57-060421 LAHORE: April 06 - People gathered on the spot after roof of house collapsed in Barki Road area due to an explosion caused by a gas leakage resulting five persons including a woman killed in this incident. APP Photo by Mustafa Lashari
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