Ghulam Ahmed

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Ghulam Ahmed said : "If Hokersar stays this way, we would have to work as daily labourers for our livelihood," External link

trust Thursday, December 24, 2020 2:36:00 PM EAT

Ghulam Ahmed said : "If Hokersar stays this way, we would have to work as daily labourers for our livelihood," External link

straitstimesSG Thursday, December 24, 2020 9:42:00 AM EAT

Ghulam Ahmed said : "Our neighbourhood mosque is completely sealed. Everything is so heartbreaking but it is also a matter of life," External link

aljazeera-en Thursday, April 30, 2020 6:40:00 PM EAT

Ghulam Ahmed said : “We have been facing hardships for a long time after internet and mobile connectivity was snapped on August 5 last year. We hope the situation will improve further and there will be full restoration of 4G mobile internet services,” External link

HindustanTimes Saturday, January 25, 2020 3:20:00 PM EAT

Ghulam Ahmed said : "Each year, I pay my visit to the 'dargah' on this day to have a glimpse of the holy relic. This year I was told to go back by the policemen who had blocked the road close to the shrine," External link

aljazeera-en Tuesday, December 10, 2019 1:08:00 PM EAT

Ghulam Ahmed said : “We have been locked down for last five days and have been able to come out but today it feels like getting a breather from jail. This is the worst environment in which I am forced to celebrate Id. Yeh koi Id hai?” External link

asianage Monday, August 12, 2019 4:06:00 AM EAT

Ghulam Ahmed said : “We have been locked down for last five days and have been able to come out but today it feels like getting a breather from jail. This is the worst environment in which I am forced to celebrate Id. Yeh koi Id hai?” External link

asianage Monday, August 12, 2019 4:06:00 AM EAT

Ghulam Ahmed said : "Every day 35 trucks cross into the other side. There was no suspension. And there are no directions either to stop or suspend the trade" External link

dnaindia Saturday, February 23, 2019 4:17:00 AM EAT

Ghulam Ahmed said : “Around three to four inch snow has accumulated in lanes and bylanes but authorities are yet to start snow clearance,” External link

greaterkashmir Friday, February 8, 2019 12:45:00 AM EAT



Key Titles and Phrases Count Lang Last Seen
president25.00%EN10/23/201723/10/2017
committee president2.08%EN10/23/201723/10/2017
state congress president10.42%EN09/14/201714/09/2017
chief8.33%EN10/15/201615/10/2016
state congress chief2.08%EN10/15/201615/10/2016
committee chief2.08%EN08/01/201601/08/2016
pradesh congress president4.17%EN07/23/201623/07/2016
founder6.25%EN03/01/201401/03/2014
police officer37.50%EN11/25/201225/11/2012
employee2.08%EN06/10/200910/06/2009
Names Lang Count
Ghulam AhmedEN30.33%
Ghulam AhmadEN29.38%
Ghulam AhmedFR18.80%
Ghulam AhmadFR13.90%
Ghulam AhmadPT6.64%
Ghulam AhmadSA0.32%
Ghulam AhmedSA0.32%
GHULAM AHMEDEN0.32%


 
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Prophet Muhammad said ( about Ghulam Ahmed ) : "Till 1996, as many Horse carts were ferrying passengers on different routes, with the advent especially auto rickshaws, the number of horse cart over past years has declined now and those running horse cart switched to different works for survival,” said Ghulam Ahmad a horse cart runner. In past, the horse cart was considered to be one of the luxurious means of transport and even the kings used to travel via Horse cart. The Horse carts decorated colorfully in early times were also used on occasions of marriage to ferry the bride and groom. “I got married in 70's and was carried to Bridegroom's home by a horse cart which was colorfully decorated with roses. I still remember that ride of Horse cart,” said Ameena Begum. To keep pace with the fleeting times commuters prefer the modern means of transport to reach their destinations well on time. Over past years, the three wheelers and ventures have made inroads into major towns of Kashmir threatening the survival of horse cart runners. For Majid, a college student, traveling by Chariot for 15-kilometers is an ill thought as it would consume almost half of his day to travel from his home in Gantamulla to his college in main town Baramulla. “For me travelling in a bus to reach the college is more convenient as I can’t afford to spend half of my day in traveling through a horse cart”. The life of twenty first century has gone active and energetic and so are the means of transport. The modern means of transport are making a trouble to the livelihood of horse cart runners. “I am running Horse cart from last Thirty five years but now i am not interested in running horse cart because now only few people prefer to travel by Horse cart and also feeding horse is very expensive now, the money we earn a day by running horse cart can only feed horse not our family," External link

risingkashmir Monday, July 1, 2019 11:18:00 PM EAT

Mohammad Ramzan said ( about Ghulam Ahmed ) : "Till 1996, as many Horse carts were ferrying passengers on different routes, with the advent especially auto rickshaws, the number of horse cart over past years has declined now and those running horse cart switched to different works for survival,” said Ghulam Ahmad a horse cart runner. In past, the horse cart was considered to be one of the luxurious means of transport and even the kings used to travel via Horse cart. The Horse carts decorated colorfully in early times were also used on occasions of marriage to ferry the bride and groom. “I got married in 70's and was carried to Bridegroom's home by a horse cart which was colorfully decorated with roses. I still remember that ride of Horse cart,” said Ameena Begum. To keep pace with the fleeting times commuters prefer the modern means of transport to reach their destinations well on time. Over past years, the three wheelers and ventures have made inroads into major towns of Kashmir threatening the survival of horse cart runners. For Majid, a college student, traveling by Chariot for 15-kilometers is an ill thought as it would consume almost half of his day to travel from his home in Gantamulla to his college in main town Baramulla. “For me travelling in a bus to reach the college is more convenient as I can’t afford to spend half of my day in traveling through a horse cart”. The life of twenty first century has gone active and energetic and so are the means of transport. The modern means of transport are making a trouble to the livelihood of horse cart runners. “I am running Horse cart from last Thirty five years but now i am not interested in running horse cart because now only few people prefer to travel by Horse cart and also feeding horse is very expensive now, the money we earn a day by running horse cart can only feed horse not our family," External link

risingkashmir Monday, July 1, 2019 11:18:00 PM EAT

Prophet Muhammad said ( about Ghulam Ahmed ) : "Till 1996, as many Horse carts were ferrying passengers on different routes, with the advent especially auto rickshaws, the number of horse cart over past years has declined now and those running horse cart switched to different works for survival,” said Ghulam Ahmad a horse cart runner. In past, the horse cart was considered to be one of the luxurious means of transport and even the kings used to travel via Horse cart. The Horse carts decorated colorfully in early times were also used on occasions of marriage to ferry the bride and groom. “I got married in 70's and was carried to Bridegroom's home by a horse cart which was colorfully decorated with roses. I still remember that ride of Horse cart,” said Ameena Begum. To keep pace with the fleeting times commuters prefer the modern means of transport to reach their destinations well on time. Over past years, the three wheelers and ventures have made inroads into major towns of Kashmir threatening the survival of horse cart runners. For Majid, a college student, traveling by Chariot for 15-kilometers is an ill thought as it would consume almost half of his day to travel from his home in Gantamulla to his college in main town Baramulla. “For me travelling in a bus to reach the college is more convenient as I can’t afford to spend half of my day in traveling through a horse cart”. The life of twenty first century has gone active and energetic and so are the means of transport. The modern means of transport are making a trouble to the livelihood of horse cart runners. “I am running Horse cart from last Thirty five years but now i am not interested in running horse cart because now only few people prefer to travel by Horse cart and also feeding horse is very expensive now, the money we earn a day by running horse cart can only feed horse not our family," External link

risingkashmir Monday, July 1, 2019 11:18:00 PM EAT

Mohammad Ramzan said ( about Ghulam Ahmed ) : "Till 1996, as many Horse carts were ferrying passengers on different routes, with the advent especially auto rickshaws, the number of horse cart over past years has declined now and those running horse cart switched to different works for survival,” said Ghulam Ahmad a horse cart runner. In past, the horse cart was considered to be one of the luxurious means of transport and even the kings used to travel via Horse cart. The Horse carts decorated colorfully in early times were also used on occasions of marriage to ferry the bride and groom. “I got married in 70's and was carried to Bridegroom's home by a horse cart which was colorfully decorated with roses. I still remember that ride of Horse cart,” said Ameena Begum. To keep pace with the fleeting times commuters prefer the modern means of transport to reach their destinations well on time. Over past years, the three wheelers and ventures have made inroads into major towns of Kashmir threatening the survival of horse cart runners. For Majid, a college student, traveling by Chariot for 15-kilometers is an ill thought as it would consume almost half of his day to travel from his home in Gantamulla to his college in main town Baramulla. “For me travelling in a bus to reach the college is more convenient as I can’t afford to spend half of my day in traveling through a horse cart”. The life of twenty first century has gone active and energetic and so are the means of transport. The modern means of transport are making a trouble to the livelihood of horse cart runners. “I am running Horse cart from last Thirty five years but now i am not interested in running horse cart because now only few people prefer to travel by Horse cart and also feeding horse is very expensive now, the money we earn a day by running horse cart can only feed horse not our family," External link

risingkashmir Monday, July 1, 2019 11:18:00 PM EAT

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Ghulam Ahmed

Last updated on 2014-04-17T00:20+0300.

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Ghulam Ahmed said : "If Hokersar stays this way, we would have to work as daily labourers for our livelihood," External link

trust Thursday, December 24, 2020 2:36:00 PM EAT

Ghulam Ahmed said : "If Hokersar stays this way, we would have to work as daily labourers for our livelihood," External link

straitstimesSG Thursday, December 24, 2020 9:42:00 AM EAT

Ghulam Ahmed said : "Our neighbourhood mosque is completely sealed. Everything is so heartbreaking but it is also a matter of life," External link

aljazeera-en Thursday, April 30, 2020 6:40:00 PM EAT

Ghulam Ahmed said : “We have been facing hardships for a long time after internet and mobile connectivity was snapped on August 5 last year. We hope the situation will improve further and there will be full restoration of 4G mobile internet services,” External link

HindustanTimes Saturday, January 25, 2020 3:20:00 PM EAT

Ghulam Ahmed said : "Each year, I pay my visit to the 'dargah' on this day to have a glimpse of the holy relic. This year I was told to go back by the policemen who had blocked the road close to the shrine," External link

aljazeera-en Tuesday, December 10, 2019 1:08:00 PM EAT

Ghulam Ahmed said : “We have been locked down for last five days and have been able to come out but today it feels like getting a breather from jail. This is the worst environment in which I am forced to celebrate Id. Yeh koi Id hai?” External link

asianage Monday, August 12, 2019 4:06:00 AM EAT

Ghulam Ahmed said : “We have been locked down for last five days and have been able to come out but today it feels like getting a breather from jail. This is the worst environment in which I am forced to celebrate Id. Yeh koi Id hai?” External link

asianage Monday, August 12, 2019 4:06:00 AM EAT

Ghulam Ahmed said : "Every day 35 trucks cross into the other side. There was no suspension. And there are no directions either to stop or suspend the trade" External link

dnaindia Saturday, February 23, 2019 4:17:00 AM EAT

Ghulam Ahmed said : “Around three to four inch snow has accumulated in lanes and bylanes but authorities are yet to start snow clearance,” External link

greaterkashmir Friday, February 8, 2019 12:45:00 AM EAT



Key Titles and Phrases Count Lang Last Seen
president25.00%EN10/23/201723/10/2017
committee president2.08%EN10/23/201723/10/2017
state congress president10.42%EN09/14/201714/09/2017
chief8.33%EN10/15/201615/10/2016
state congress chief2.08%EN10/15/201615/10/2016
committee chief2.08%EN08/01/201601/08/2016
pradesh congress president4.17%EN07/23/201623/07/2016
founder6.25%EN03/01/201401/03/2014
police officer37.50%EN11/25/201225/11/2012
employee2.08%EN06/10/200910/06/2009
Names Lang Count
Ghulam AhmedEN30.33%
Ghulam AhmadEN29.38%
Ghulam AhmedFR18.80%
Ghulam AhmadFR13.90%
Ghulam AhmadPT6.64%
Ghulam AhmadSA0.32%
Ghulam AhmedSA0.32%
GHULAM AHMEDEN0.32%


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Prophet Muhammad said ( about Ghulam Ahmed ) : "Till 1996, as many Horse carts were ferrying passengers on different routes, with the advent especially auto rickshaws, the number of horse cart over past years has declined now and those running horse cart switched to different works for survival,” said Ghulam Ahmad a horse cart runner. In past, the horse cart was considered to be one of the luxurious means of transport and even the kings used to travel via Horse cart. The Horse carts decorated colorfully in early times were also used on occasions of marriage to ferry the bride and groom. “I got married in 70's and was carried to Bridegroom's home by a horse cart which was colorfully decorated with roses. I still remember that ride of Horse cart,” said Ameena Begum. To keep pace with the fleeting times commuters prefer the modern means of transport to reach their destinations well on time. Over past years, the three wheelers and ventures have made inroads into major towns of Kashmir threatening the survival of horse cart runners. For Majid, a college student, traveling by Chariot for 15-kilometers is an ill thought as it would consume almost half of his day to travel from his home in Gantamulla to his college in main town Baramulla. “For me travelling in a bus to reach the college is more convenient as I can’t afford to spend half of my day in traveling through a horse cart”. The life of twenty first century has gone active and energetic and so are the means of transport. The modern means of transport are making a trouble to the livelihood of horse cart runners. “I am running Horse cart from last Thirty five years but now i am not interested in running horse cart because now only few people prefer to travel by Horse cart and also feeding horse is very expensive now, the money we earn a day by running horse cart can only feed horse not our family," External link

risingkashmir Monday, July 1, 2019 11:18:00 PM EAT

Mohammad Ramzan said ( about Ghulam Ahmed ) : "Till 1996, as many Horse carts were ferrying passengers on different routes, with the advent especially auto rickshaws, the number of horse cart over past years has declined now and those running horse cart switched to different works for survival,” said Ghulam Ahmad a horse cart runner. In past, the horse cart was considered to be one of the luxurious means of transport and even the kings used to travel via Horse cart. The Horse carts decorated colorfully in early times were also used on occasions of marriage to ferry the bride and groom. “I got married in 70's and was carried to Bridegroom's home by a horse cart which was colorfully decorated with roses. I still remember that ride of Horse cart,” said Ameena Begum. To keep pace with the fleeting times commuters prefer the modern means of transport to reach their destinations well on time. Over past years, the three wheelers and ventures have made inroads into major towns of Kashmir threatening the survival of horse cart runners. For Majid, a college student, traveling by Chariot for 15-kilometers is an ill thought as it would consume almost half of his day to travel from his home in Gantamulla to his college in main town Baramulla. “For me travelling in a bus to reach the college is more convenient as I can’t afford to spend half of my day in traveling through a horse cart”. The life of twenty first century has gone active and energetic and so are the means of transport. The modern means of transport are making a trouble to the livelihood of horse cart runners. “I am running Horse cart from last Thirty five years but now i am not interested in running horse cart because now only few people prefer to travel by Horse cart and also feeding horse is very expensive now, the money we earn a day by running horse cart can only feed horse not our family," External link

risingkashmir Monday, July 1, 2019 11:18:00 PM EAT

Prophet Muhammad said ( about Ghulam Ahmed ) : "Till 1996, as many Horse carts were ferrying passengers on different routes, with the advent especially auto rickshaws, the number of horse cart over past years has declined now and those running horse cart switched to different works for survival,” said Ghulam Ahmad a horse cart runner. In past, the horse cart was considered to be one of the luxurious means of transport and even the kings used to travel via Horse cart. The Horse carts decorated colorfully in early times were also used on occasions of marriage to ferry the bride and groom. “I got married in 70's and was carried to Bridegroom's home by a horse cart which was colorfully decorated with roses. I still remember that ride of Horse cart,” said Ameena Begum. To keep pace with the fleeting times commuters prefer the modern means of transport to reach their destinations well on time. Over past years, the three wheelers and ventures have made inroads into major towns of Kashmir threatening the survival of horse cart runners. For Majid, a college student, traveling by Chariot for 15-kilometers is an ill thought as it would consume almost half of his day to travel from his home in Gantamulla to his college in main town Baramulla. “For me travelling in a bus to reach the college is more convenient as I can’t afford to spend half of my day in traveling through a horse cart”. The life of twenty first century has gone active and energetic and so are the means of transport. The modern means of transport are making a trouble to the livelihood of horse cart runners. “I am running Horse cart from last Thirty five years but now i am not interested in running horse cart because now only few people prefer to travel by Horse cart and also feeding horse is very expensive now, the money we earn a day by running horse cart can only feed horse not our family," External link

risingkashmir Monday, July 1, 2019 11:18:00 PM EAT

Mohammad Ramzan said ( about Ghulam Ahmed ) : "Till 1996, as many Horse carts were ferrying passengers on different routes, with the advent especially auto rickshaws, the number of horse cart over past years has declined now and those running horse cart switched to different works for survival,” said Ghulam Ahmad a horse cart runner. In past, the horse cart was considered to be one of the luxurious means of transport and even the kings used to travel via Horse cart. The Horse carts decorated colorfully in early times were also used on occasions of marriage to ferry the bride and groom. “I got married in 70's and was carried to Bridegroom's home by a horse cart which was colorfully decorated with roses. I still remember that ride of Horse cart,” said Ameena Begum. To keep pace with the fleeting times commuters prefer the modern means of transport to reach their destinations well on time. Over past years, the three wheelers and ventures have made inroads into major towns of Kashmir threatening the survival of horse cart runners. For Majid, a college student, traveling by Chariot for 15-kilometers is an ill thought as it would consume almost half of his day to travel from his home in Gantamulla to his college in main town Baramulla. “For me travelling in a bus to reach the college is more convenient as I can’t afford to spend half of my day in traveling through a horse cart”. The life of twenty first century has gone active and energetic and so are the means of transport. The modern means of transport are making a trouble to the livelihood of horse cart runners. “I am running Horse cart from last Thirty five years but now i am not interested in running horse cart because now only few people prefer to travel by Horse cart and also feeding horse is very expensive now, the money we earn a day by running horse cart can only feed horse not our family," External link

risingkashmir Monday, July 1, 2019 11:18:00 PM EAT