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1994 Noor Mohammad Khan

Kalan Bazaar

Peshawar City, Pakistan

Near Sethian Mohallah

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Guest 28-Jul-2010 16:31
yara pekhauru sa mazey mu okrey.
sunny1512-Mar-2010 00:40
did you had pichkarie from Dr Ghulam Hassan, his son sold the clinic and moved on the same road near domagali entrance
Noor Khan29-Aug-2009 22:11
I know it by Egerton rd too. Bul nom suh day?
28-Aug-2009 17:53
oh niaz ali remind me
dr ghulam husaan(late) father of dr riaz ul hassan on the outlet of kuchi bazaar.....egerton road nobody knows it by that name...there was an HAMAAM ..a turkish hamaam where people use to take steam bath in cold season...i dont know still there i will varifie it...
do you remember the despenssor of dr ghulam hassan SHAH JEE......sahar ghuma makhamm.......ahahahahahah
Niaz Ali 18-Aug-2009 11:47
Is Dr. Nisar still alive? I have heard that his son who is also a doctor practice at the same place now.
I am still scared of that big glass syringe (as disposable syringes were not common during those days) of his whenever I visited his clinic if I had fever. And also that green and pink syrup (I don't know what that was made of but was effective) in white plastic bottles. Dr. Ghulam Hassan on Egerton road also used to give similar syrup no matter what the diseas was :):)
Noor Khan13-Aug-2009 00:29
This is one early morning after mosque and nashta (roti, mulai, tori) on my way home, before turning into Sethian Mohallah. Yes, I would get the halwa on my way home at night. Yummmm!
Taj khattak12-Aug-2009 04:28
you draw this picture from entrance of mohalla BAQIR Shah......there was a video shop shimla music centre if you remember. In front there is Sethi medicose...if i dont forget...Dr Nisar clinic was also there on right front sithian street is there and on the corner there was milk shop who use to sell a very tasty HALWA...AM I right?
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