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Hazrat said that they had asked the traffic department and the Kabul municipality to remove the handcarts selling fruit and other products from bus stops so that buses could operate as normal.
A vulnerable population pushing their belongings 1,300 miles across a wilderness utterly foreign to them: the handcart pioneers depended enormously on luck.
They will be pushing a handcart called Dolly packed with musical instruments, scenery, electrics, puppets and all the paraphernalia they need to put on a show.
They said the bomb planted in a handcart went off in a busy street in Islamagarh, a town near Muzaffarabad, where people were enjoying the performance of street entertainers after Friday prayers.
The district administration has also established checkpost on the entry and exit point of the Hangu City while imposed complete ban on handcart inside the City as well as on parking in the premises of interior Hangu City.
Markets and the old handcart women go hand-in-hand, an evocative memory from days gone by.
Deputy police chief, Niamatullah, said the bomb had been placed in a handcart parked in front of shops.
Taking advantage of the heat, small vendors and handcart pushers have established their stalls and sale points on roadside.
Families behind with their rent and under threat of eviction would disappear in the depths of night, their possessions on a handcart or in the back of a van.
We should be revolting in the streets as our economy goes to hell in a handcart, but the reaction to Mr Darling's depressing drone was, well, nothing really.
Sitting in groups on the corner, Soldiers home from the war, No jobs, no hope, no money, Sharing a fag between them, Children playing, mums having a gossip then, Up the hill he came, Pushing a handcart piled high with bright red fruit, Everything stopped, men out of work, fag suspended, Children stopped their game, As up the hill he came, They gazed in awe, As he passed their door, Where mums look in longing, They did not buy, money, they did not have any, Not even a penny, No work for men, Not then, 1920s the Great Depression, He laboured on up the hill from Ladywood, To Edgbaston where the posh folks lived.
Apparently we are all heading for home-selling hell in a handcart.