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  • کیوٹریکس نے آرٹسٹ منشور اور آرٹسٹ ٹرسٹ کے قیام کا اعلان کردیا۔گیت نگاروں اور گلوکاروں کے لیے ادائیگی کے طریقے کو بنیادی طور پر تبدیل کرڈالا

    Jan 29 • General, Other Language, Urdu • 36 Views

    نیو یارک، 29 جنوری 2015ء/پی آرنیوزوائر/ ایشیانیٹ باکستان -

    مفت اور قانونی ڈیجیٹل میوزک سروس کیوٹریکس (QTRAX) نے آج گیت نگاروں اور گلوکاروں (“گلوکاروں”) کو زیادہ منافع بخش اور مثالی انداز میں زر تلافی ادا کرنے کے وسیع منصوبے کا اعلان کیا ہے۔ تفصیلات کیوٹریکس کی جانب سے پیش کردہ ایک جامع اور تفصیلی رپورٹ میں دستیاب ہیں، جسے بگ فور اکاؤنٹنگ اداروں نے بنایا ہے۔

    Qtrax Artist Trust Logo 1y کیوٹریکس نے آرٹسٹ منشور اور آرٹسٹ ٹرسٹ کے قیام کا اعلان کردیا۔گیت نگاروں اور گلوکاروں کے لیے ادائیگی کے طریقے کو بنیادی طور پر تبدیل کرڈالا

    Give Back: Artist Trust for Songwriters and Musicians.

    لوگو – http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20150129/172177LOGO
    تصویر – http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20150129/172176

    آرٹسٹ منشور (دیکھیں www.qtrax.comپر) موثر طور پر گلوکاروں کا حقوق نامہ ہے جس میں منصوبوں کا ایک جامع مجموعہ شامل ہے جو گلوکاروں کو کہیں زیادہ توانائی فراہم کرتا ہے اور انہیں شفاف اور قابل عزت طریقے سے زر تلافی ادا کرتا ہے۔ کلیدی منصوبہ گلوکاروں کو 30 فیصد منصفانہ حصے سے نوازنا ہے۔ یہ حصہ آرٹسٹ ٹرسٹ کہلانے والے ایک قانونی ادارے میں محفوظ ہے تاکہ زیر منتخب حقوق کی انجمن میں آزادانہ طور پر موجود رہ سکے۔

    گلوکار کیوٹریکس کے منافع میں حصہ پائیں گے اور آئی پی او یا تجارتی فروخت جیسے کسی بھی تحلیل کے موقع سے فائدہ اٹھائیں گے، واضح طور پر بالکل اسی طرح جیسے حصص یافتگان دولت پاتے ہیں۔

    30 فیصد منصفانہ حصہ 10 سال کے عرصے میں چلائے جانے کی بنیاد پر لیا جائے گا۔

    “منصفانہ حصہ یا ایکوئٹی ہی ان ڈیجیٹل میوزک سروسز کے لیے سونے کی اصل کان ہے، جس میں ہم بھی شامل ہیں۔ گلوکاروںکو شرمناک انداز میں انتہائی معمولی تقسیم پر ادائیگی ہوتی ہے جبکہ چند ڈیجیٹل میوزک سروسز کی قدر کئی ارب تک پہنچ گئی ہے۔ گلوکاروں کے تخلیقی کام کے بغیر کوئی میوزک سروسز نہیں ہوں گی۔ ایک بھی نہیں۔ یہ ایک واضح حقیقت ہے لیکن موجودہ اقتصادی ڈھانچے میں اس حقیقت کو احترام سے نہیں دیکھا گیا۔ یہ الزام لگانے کی بات نہیں ہے۔ شاید اس کی درست قیمت لگائی بھی نہیں جاسکتی۔ لیکن کانگریسکے غوروفکر کی کوئی سطح بھی ان نرخوں کو بڑےپیمانے پر تبدیل نہیں کرے گی۔ بنیاد ہی اتنی کم ہے کہ بڑے پیمانے پر اضافہ بھی کافی نہیں ہوگا۔ ریکارڈ کمپنیاں میوزک سروسزسے ایکوئٹی کی درخواست کے لیے کافی عقلمند تھیں۔ گیت نگار اور گلوکار ایسا کرنے کے لیے مناسب انداز میں متحد نہیں تھے۔ اب وقت ہے کہ وہ ان سروسز کے مالک بنیں بجائے اس کے کہ محض مواد فراہم کرنے والے ایسے گلوکار جن کا استحصال ہو رہا ہو۔ ہم تمام ڈیجیٹل سروسز، موجودہ اور مستقبل کی دونوں، کو مدعو کرتے ہیں کہ وہ آرٹسٹ ٹرسٹ کے لیے ایکوئٹی میں ویسا ہی حصہ ڈالیں تاکہ وہ گلوکاروں کے فائدے کے لیے موسیقی کے صنعت کے رہنماؤں پر مشتمل ایک موقر بورڈ کے تحت کام کرے۔ ایکوئٹی کی آمدنی کی بعد از آئی پی او تقسیمگلوکاروں اور گیت نگاروں کو بڑی آمدنی فراہم کرے گی۔” ایلن کلیپفز بانی اور سی ای او کیوٹریکس نے کہا ۔

    Qtrax Download Stream Radio 1y کیوٹریکس نے آرٹسٹ منشور اور آرٹسٹ ٹرسٹ کے قیام کا اعلان کردیا۔گیت نگاروں اور گلوکاروں کے لیے ادائیگی کے طریقے کو بنیادی طور پر تبدیل کرڈالا

    Qtrax

    کیوٹریکس کے صدر اور سی ای ایم او لانس فورڈ نے کہا کہ “اگلے 2 سے3 سالوں میں ایک لیکوئیڈٹی ایونٹ بننے کے دوران کیوٹریکس آرٹسٹ ٹرسٹ میں نوجوان صارفین کے منسلک ہونے کی صورت میں موسیقی کی طاقت پر یقین رکھنے والے برانڈ کی جانب سے تشہیر اور اسپانسرشپ کی صورت میں رقوم دے سکتا ہے۔”

    کیوٹریکس کے بارے میں

    کیوٹریکس (www.qtrax.com) ڈیجیٹل موسیقی کی صنعت میں ایک انوکھا اور ابھرتا ہوا پلیئر ہے جو 2015ء کی پہلی سہ ماہی میں اپنی نئی اور جدید “مفت اور قانونی میوزک سروس” جاری کرے گا۔ کیوٹریکس 68 ممالک میں دستیاب ہے۔

    مزید معلومات کے لیے:

    جولیا لائشک، julia@qtrax.com؛+1 (646) 678 4542

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  • QTRAX announces the ARTIST MANIFESTO and creation of the ARTIST TRUST. Fundamentally changing the way songwriters and artists get paid.

    Jan 29 • Uncategorized • 27 Views

    NEW YORK, Jan. 29, 2015 / PRNewswire / Asianet-Pakistan - QTRAX, the free and legal digital music service, announced today a wide ranging plan to compensate songwriters and artists (“artists”) in a more lucrative and representative manner. The details are available in an extensive, detailed report commissioned by Qtrax and authored by one of the Big Four accounting firms.

    Qtrax Artist Trust Logo 1y QTRAX announces the ARTIST MANIFESTO and creation of the ARTIST TRUST. Fundamentally changing the way songwriters and artists get paid.

    Give Back: Artist Trust for Songwriters and Musicians.

    Logo – http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20150129/172177LOGO
    Photo – http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20150129/172176

    The Artist Manifesto (see on www.qtrax.com) is effectively an Artist Bill of Rights with a sweeping set of initiatives that provide artists with far more input and compensates them fairly and respectfully. The key initiative is the awarding to artists of the equivalent of a 30% equity stake. This equity allocation is being enshrined in a legal entity called the Artist Trust to be administered independently by a Rights Organization, currently being selected.

    Artists will share in the profits of Qtrax and benefit from any liquidity event such as an IPO or trade sale, in precisely the same way other stakeholders accrue wealth.

    The 30% Equity allocation will be divested over a 10 year period to artists based on the number of plays.

    Qtrax Download Stream Radio 1y QTRAX announces the ARTIST MANIFESTO and creation of the ARTIST TRUST. Fundamentally changing the way songwriters and artists get paid.

    Qtrax

    “Equity is the only real pot of gold from any of these digital music services, including our own. Artists are being shamefully compensated with ridiculously meager distributions while the value of some digital music services escalates to multi-billion amounts. Without the creative work of artists there can be no music services. None. An obvious fact but one that is not respected in the current economic structure. It’s not a question of laying blame. Perhaps it can’t be correctly attributed. But no amount of congressional pondering is going to alter the rates significantly enough. The base is so low that even a handsome percentage increase will not be good enough. Record companies were wise enough to request equity from music services. The songwriters and artists were not appropriately organized to do so. It’s time they became owners of these services rather than exploited providers of content. We invite all digital services, existing & in the future, to similarly contribute equity to the Artist Trust to be run entirely for the benefit of Artists under an esteemed Board of music industry leaders. Distribution of proceeds from equity post-IPO will provide substantial income to artists and songwriters” said Allan Klepfisz Founder and CEO of Qtrax.

    “As QTRAX builds towards a liquidity event over the next 2-3 years money can be contributed into the Artist Trust in the form of advertising and sponsorship dollars by brands that believe in the power of music to connect with young consumers” said Lance Ford President and CMO of Qtrax.

    ABOUT QTRAX:

    QTRAX (www.qtrax.com) is a unique and emerging player in the digital music industry that will be launching its newly upgraded “Free and Legal Music Service” in Q1, 2015. Qtrax is available in 68 countries.

    For more information:

    Julia Lyschik (COO), julia@qtrax.com; +1 (646) 678 4542
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  • SBP issues revised MCGF guidelines

    Jan 27 • Karachi • 7 Views


    KARACHI: The State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) has issued revised Microfinance Credit Guarantee Facility (MCGF) Guidelines offering higher risk coverage of up to 60% to Commercial Banks/ Development Finance Institutions (DFIs) for lending to smaller Microfinance Banks (MFBs)/ Microfinance institutions (MFIs). The facility is expected to graduate smaller MFBs/ MFIs to avail credit lines from commercial banks/ DFIs for onward lending to microfinance clients.

    It may be recalled that the Microfinance Credit Guarantee Facility is a credit enhancement facility to attract market-based and long-term finance for microfinance institutions. MCGF was launched by the State Bank in December 2008 with £15 million funding support from the UK Department for International Development (DFID) under the Financial Inclusion Program (FIP) which is being implemented by SBP.

    The facility is focused on market development and has been instrumental in resolving the funding constraints of the microfinance sector in Pakistan. So far, 6 large MFBs/MFIs have completed 38 transaction with commercial banks and capital markets/retail investors mobilizing Rs.12.825 billion for onward lending to around 650,000 micro borrowers. This has significantly helped in reducing the risk perception of banks towards the microfinance sector, thus introducing poor borrowers to mainstream financial institutions.

    The revised Guidelines on MCGF have been issued by SBP through AC&MFD’s Circular No. 1 dated the 28th January 2015. This supersedes all earlier instructions/guidelines issued in this regard.

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  • Court: (IHC issues notice on over charging of electricity bills)

    Jan 27 • Islamabad • 8 Views


    ISLAMABAD: The Islamabad High Court (IHC) on Wednesday issued notices to Secretary Cabinet Division, Ministry of Water and Power and 11 power distribution companies (DISCOs) in a civil miscellaneous (CM) regarding over charging of electricity bills from consumers.

    A single-judge bench comprising Justice Athar Minallah heard the CM filed by Advocate Abdul Rehman S Alvi, pleading the court to make him party in a case filed by top brass of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) including Asad Umar, Arif Alvi and Shireen Mazari.

    The petitioners alleged that National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) and Discos were overcharging from consumers every month to maximise their revenues and pleaded the court to take legal action against the authorities involved in over billing.

    During the proceedings, Advocate Abdul Rehman S Alvi argued before the court that a cabinet committee had been formed by the prime minister to overview the matter and subsequently the committee has made recommendations.

    He further argued that the said bench already directed the federal government to provide relief to electricity consumers, who had been over charged by the DISCOs during the particular period of time, however, the government has not given any relief to electricity consumers.

    He said government had not even made the cabinet committee’s recommendations public, and prayed to pass orders to make them public.

    The bench after hearing the arguments accepted the petition for hearing and issued notices to all respondents, directing them to submit reply on the matter. Later, the court adjourned the proceeding of the matter for indefinite period.

    Earlier, the court had barred power distribution companies (DISCOs) from collecting additional charges on electricity tariff during the hearing of this petition.

    The PTI maintained in its petition had stated that NEPRA and Discos have been issuing inflated bills every month that is unjustified and especially, Discos have charged excessive bill for the month of August and September 2014 without prior information and legal justification.

    However, Ministry of Water and Power told the court that electricity consumers have not been overcharged during July, 2014. The ministry further told the court that excessive use of electricity due to low load shedding during the holy month of Ramazan and removal of subsidy on electricity by the government, were the reasons behind increase in electricity bills in the month. Besides, a report of power distribution companies (DISCOs) was also submitted to the court which stated that consumers’ complaints about overbilling have been resolved.

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  • Mayor, Dy Mayor-Press

    Jan 27 • Quetta • 8 Views


    QUETTA: Our success if a challenge for us. A hard work is needed to resolve 25 years problems and seeking money from international donors and Federal. Councilors expressed confidence in us and we would not hurt their trust rather try to restore past beauty of Quetta city.

    These views were expressed by newly elected Mayor Dr Kaleemullah (PMAP) and Deputy Mayor Yunus Baloch (PML-N) while speaking to Newsmen after their election here Wednesday.

    Dr Kaleemullah said Quetta Mayorship is an ho nour for us on one hand while it is a challenge as well on the other. He aid Quetta city is faced with multifarious problems particularly terrorism and no cleanliness for 25 years and people were facing this situation. He aid we have lot of options for resolving Quetta problems. First of all we would bring honest and experienced people in the field and request them for their cooperation. He said resolving problems we also need money. For this we would contact Federation and international NGOs. He aid money, hard work and sincerity is needed direly and we would mobilize to resolve problems of the city.

    Deputy Mayor Yunus Baloch said Quetta is common city of all the nations. All whether form opposition or treasury benches including MPAs would play their role to develop this city.

    He said we thank all the councilors for their confidence in us. We assure them we would not hurt this in any case rather take measures along with them

    We are also thankful to media for their cooperation. We also hope they would further cooperate for resolving problems of Quetta city he added.

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  • Minister: (Dar visits Saudi Embassy to condole demise of King Abdullah)

    Jan 27 • Islamabad • 7 Views


    ISLAMABAD: Finance Minister, Ishaq Dar visited Embassy of Saudi Arabia on Wednesday to condole the sad demise of King Abdullah bib Abdul Aziz.

    In a meeting with the Saudi Charge d’ affaires, Jassim Bin Mohammad Al Khaldi, the Minister expressed heart-felt grief and sorrow over the passing away of Saudi King.

    He said the late king was a great leader and a supporter of Pakistan. He has rendered great services for the religion, the Muslim Ummah and Pakistan. “Late King Abdullah was a great believer in inter-faith harmony and presented before the world the true picture of Islam as a religion of peace and moderation”, the Minister remarked.

    He said that with the death of King Abdullah, Pakistan had lost a great friend. He said, King Abdullah always helped Pakistan and provided assistance in the hour of need.

    He prayed that May Allah Almighty rest the departed soul in peace and grant fortitude to the bereaved family, the Saudi nation and the whole Muslim world to bear this loss.

    He said King Abdullah’s services for the Muslim world will be written in golden words. The Minister also on the occasion recorded his impressions in the Condolences Book.

    Saudi Charge d’ affaires, Jassim Bin Mohammad Al Khaldi thanked the Minister for the benign gesture, expressing the hope that Pak-Saudi ties would be further bolstered in future under the new Saudi leadership.

    Later in an exclusive talk with the Saudi TV, Finance Minister Ishaq Dar extended warm felicitations to the newly crowned King, Salman Bin Abdul Aziz. He said like his predecessors, King Salman was a great statesman and a man of vision. “I am sure he would prove to be a great friend of Pakistan”, the minister said.

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  • SBP rupee conversion rates

    Jan 27 • Karachi • 8 Views


    KARACHI: State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) Wednesday said the following rates will be applicable for conversion into rupees of Foreign Currency Deposits, Dollar Bearer Certificates, Foreign Currency Bearer Certificates, Special U.S Dollar Bonds and profit thereon by all banks and for providing Forward Cover on Foreign Currency Deposits (excluding F.E-25 deposits) by the State Bank on January 28, 2015: US Dollar 100.9083, Japanese Yen 0.8570, Pound Sterling 153.2595 and Euro 114.5007.

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  • PDWP approves 71 projects with an estimated cost Rs. 18.556 billion

    Jan 27 • Peshawar • 7 Views


    Peshawar: Provincial Development Working Party (PDWP) under the Chairmanship of Dr Hammad Uwais Agha, the Additional Chief Secretary Khyber Pakhtunkhwa on Thursday, while considering 80 development projects approved 71 projects with an estimated cost Rs. 18.556 billion.

    The meeting was attended by the Administrative Secretaries of P&DD, C&W, E&SE, Higher Education, Health, Irrigation, Industries, ST&IT, Mines & Minerals, Finance, LG&RD, and senior staff of P&D and line departments.

    Approval of 9 schemes was deferred with the instruction to the concerned secretary, to further work on the project design and costing to ensure smooth implementation and their completion by the target date. While approving the project the departments were directed to immediately start the work on ground for timely completion as no revision will be entertained due to delay in commencement of work.

    The approved projects included “Strengthening of Swabi University, Establishment of GGHS Comboh, GGHS Dir Colony, GGHS Hasan Garhi & Rehabilitation of GHS Nanak Pura, Peshawar.

    Balance Civil Works and Purchase of Equipment for Ayub College of Dentistry Abbottabad, Construction of Flood Protection Structure at Critical Locations in Abbottabad Mansehra, Kohat and Karak, Const. of Building for 2nd Commerce College at Nowshera, Establishment of Commerce College for Women at Mardan, Estab. of Govt. College of Commerce for women at Abbottabad, Estb: of Govt. Polytechnic Institute in Lakki Marwat, Repair and Rehabilitation of GCMSs (Boys) Swabi, Haripur and Kohat, Construction of Building for Commerce College near GPI at Karak.

    Revamping and up-gradation of the Government Printing and Stationery Department, Peshawar, Establishment of Citizen Facilitation Centers, Computerization of Land Records in Remaining Districts, Establishment of Service Delivery Centers, Establishment of Tax Facilitation Centers and Excise Offices in 4 Districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Const. of Gravity based WSS Batkhela Town from River Swat, Improvement & Widening of Nizampur – Kohat road (64 Kms), Construction of Haripur Bypass Road (23-KM).

    F/S, Design and Improvement/Rehabilitation of Road from Gulshan Abad Chowk to OTS Chowk via Jungle Khel (5 Km), Kohat, – F/S, Design and Construction of RCC Bridge at Ziarat Sheikh Allah Dad Chorlaki Nizampur Road Kohat, F/S, Design & Construction of road a) Akhoon Bandi to Magri road b) Pharrori to Bandi Mian Pid Dad via Bian Ahmed Ali Khan tol Kandal c) Sarai Nimat Khan to Jabri road, District Haripur (23 kms), – F/S and Construction of 19 Km Circular Road PK-64, D.I.Khan, F/S, Design and const:/Rehab: of Roads a) Awan Road b) Loke Road c) Bali Shumali Road d) Nadeem Shah Road e) Kurar Shedi (8 Kms) D.I.Khan, F/S, Design and Construction of Two Nos Bridges at River Kacha and Hissam village in District D.I.Khan, F/S, Design and Construction of main Daraband Road from Sagu to Madi via Gara Unra Attal Sharif Road (16 Km) Kulachi DI Khan, F/S, Design, Improvement & BT of Kumber to Gumbat Banda Road (15 Km) Dir (Lower), F/S, Design and Construction of 4 Nos. of RCC Bridges a) Aghiraly and Arif b) Darangal Khwar c) Markhanai Maidan, Dir (Lower), Construction of RCC Bridge over Yarkhoon river at Booni Chitral, F/S, Design, Construction & BT of Roads a) Pishtakhara to Taj Abad b).

    Achini Maira to Spin Jumat c) Bazi Khel, Peshawar, F/S, Design and Construction of RCC Bridges a) Sorozai on Bara River at Takia b) Bahadar Kalay Ahmed Khel, Peshawar, Construction / Widening / Improvement /Rehabilitation of Roads and Bridges (on need basis) in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, F/S, Design & BT of road at Palai and Agra 10 Km, Malakand, F/S & BT of road from Manzaray Baba to Khanoray, Malakand, F/S,design and Construction of Road from Darman Tangay to Pashto Road, Battagram (5 Kms), F/S & Const. / Rehab. of Roads a) Khair Abad to Mandoo Khel Village b) Camp Koroona Yousaf Abad Akora c) Adamzai to Momond Ghari d)Jehangira Chowk to Railway Station, District Nowshera (10 Km), F/S, Design & Construction / Rehabilitation of Roads a) G.T Road to Said Akbar Koroona b) Ayub Abad toEssori Bala c) Jehangira Kati Maina d) Pitao Payan to Dargai village e) G. T Road Khwar Mohallah Shen Bagh Koroona, District Nowshera, F/S, Design & Construction of RCC Bridge on Kabul River at Kashti Pul, Nowshera Cantt, Reconstruction / Rehabilitation of road from Kingar Bridge to Narmi Khel (10 Kms) Bannu, Construction of 8 km road from Bannu Link road to village Sada Khel, Bannu, F/S,design and Construction of Road from Kashu Khel Chowk via Sarki Khel Barmi Khel to Highway Bannu (8 Km), Dualization of Road from Indus Highway Chowk to Karak City, Karak (3.5 Km), F/S, design and Construction/Rehabilitation of Road from Karak City to Rehmat Abad, Karak (8 Km), F/S, Design and Construction of Roads, Odin Shah Kalay to Jarasi Banda, Takhte Nasrati to Sarki Lawaghar Road via Poya,Latamber to Kamali Banda Road, Latamber to Indus Highway Road via Warana (15Kms), District Karak, F/S, Design and Construction/Improvement of Hangu Samana Main Road (10Kms), District Hangu, F/S, Design and Construction of Road from village Abasa to Shahab Khel, District Lakki Marwat (15 Kms), – Strengthening & Capacity Building of C&W Department, Capacity building & Strengthening of the Finance Department.

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  • Five alleged militants killed in Nawab Goth

    Jan 27 • Karachi • 7 Views


    KARACHI: Senior Superintended of Police (SSP) Malir Rao Anwar Ahmed on Wednesday claimed to have killed five alleged militants in Nawab Goth, in the limits of Steel Town police station and recovered weapons from the possession of killed terrorists.

    SSP Malir raided in Nawab Goth along with police party on spy information of the presence of terrorists and killed five alleged terrorists during encounter and recovered weapons, explosives material and suicide vests from the possession of killed accused.

    Rao informed that, killed terrorists belonged to TTP were planning to attack the Razzaqabad Police Training Centre.

    Rescue sources informed that killed terrorists were aged about 20, 22, 23, 30, and 36. The bodies were shifted to Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre (JPMC) for medico-legal formalities.

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  • Mine worker dies in land sliding

    Jan 27 • Uncategorized • 9 Views


    DUKI: A mine worker died owing to land sliding in a local coal mine Wednesday.

    According to details a boulder fell inside a coal mine here today. As a result one miner Aminullah Kakar died instantly. His dead body was recovered from the mine and sent to his native area Quetta.

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