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HAWKERS. Persons going from place to place with goods and merchandise for sale. To prevent impositions they are generally required to take out licenses, under regulations established by the local laws of the states.

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MMC Africa Law team leader Edward Muriu said the proposed Bill will establish the Hawkers and Street Vendors Authority.
Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], Oct 30 ( ANI ): An FIR has been lodged against Mumbai Congress president Sanjay Nirupam on Sunday for addressing a rally of hawkers in Malad without getting prior permission from the police.
1) The article illustrates the proprietary sense that the state wished to exert over everyday food that is the cultural production of petty hawkers.
Addressing the oath taking ceremony of All Paksitan Newspapers Hawkers Federation here the minister said the present government has diagnosed the problems of the country and now the country was put on track towards recovery and things were improving.
The hawkers take advantage of the city's congested roads to sell a wide range of household items to motorists stuck in the traffick jam.
Kolkata: A group of hawkers lynched a constable of the Railway Protection Force (RPF), following a pitched battle inside the Malda Town station in West Bengal.
Word in the motor pool is that Hawkers are the only batteries to be used in our FMTVs.
Several operators in China and Hong Kong use Hawkers as a core component of their fleets, with 12 based in China and 16 in the region.
On the pavements of the capital, Port-Louis, you will still find Africans, Indians, Chinese, Comorans and Malagasy hawkers selling a variety of home-made products like mats, bed sheets, chains, jewellery or other typical goods brought from their countries.
I doubt that one of these hawkers is under the age of 40.
At the trial the Hawkers will be classed as "victim participants" and will be able, at the discretion of the court, to question the defendant and give their opinion on sentencing.
Under the Japanese system the Hawkers will be classed as "victim participants" and will be able, at the discretion of the court, to question the defendant and give their opinion on sentencing.