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Attock , Distribution of 200 free animals to rural women

Attock (Tehsil reporter) Government of Punjab is taking different steps for boosting the morale of common person. Budget of 4 crore Rupees for empowerment of rural women is a part of government policy. These statements are given by Chairman standing committee for religious affair Muhammad Shawaiz khan, Director general Livestock Dr. Abdul Raoof , District senior president Muslim league N ...

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Punjab industry heading towards shutdown

LAHORE: Businessmen of Punjab have warned that it has become difficult for industries of the province to run their operations and they are fast heading towards complete closure because of high cost of gas and electricity. Speaking at a press conference, the All Pakistan Textile Mills Association (APTMA) leadership said Punjab-based mills could not operate with annual energy price differential ...

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New cattle markets should be established without any delay: Babar Hayat Tarar

Sahiwal (Beuro report) cattle market Board of executive meeting take place under supervision of commissioner Sahiwal division Babar Hayat tarar. Parliamentarian secretary excise and taxation Mian Munir Ahmed, MPA Arshad Malik and other officers of department have participated in meeting. MD cattle market Ahmad Ali have given detail briefing to the meeting. Commissioner said, Modern Facility should be provided to ...

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ECC meeting: Govt keeps wheat support price at last year’s level

ISLAMABAD: The government Tuesday decided to keep the wheat support price at last year’s level of Rs1,300 per 40 kilogrammes – a decision that will help keep overall inflation in check while allowing the commodity’s export to reduce the domestic surplus. The Economic Coordination Committee (ECC) of the Cabinet took the decision to maintain the price at Rs1,300 per 40 ...

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Pakistan to develop intercropping system

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan is likely to introduce an intercropping system in coming years by following a Chinese model in an effort to protect its vital cotton crop from leaf curl virus attack. The International Centre for Agricultural Research in Dry Areas (ICARDA) has kicked off experiments in this regard. Speaking at a press briefing, ICARDA Country Manager Abdul Majid revealed that ...

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Manufacturing units were sealed of various companies selling Substandard milk and water

As per supreme court’s order Punjab Food Authority has paced up his operation against companies supplying substandard milk and water. Director General Food Authority Mr. Noor ul Amin Mengal has cancelled license of Al-Fazal Dairy Products. They also sealed manufacturing unit of a famous tea whitener producing company. They also collected samples from nine milk producing companies from Lahore and ...

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Weeding is essential for Wheat crop

Rawalpindi: According to agriculture experts weeding is too important for wheat crop because due to weeds crop yield can be affected by 14 to 42%. There are commonly two methods of weeding in wheat crop. First method is natural way of weeding in this method as moisture appears in soil after irrigation, exercise hero plough twice. By this farmer get ...

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Potatoes must be cleaned before filling into bags

Faisalabad: Agricultural experts have instructed farmers to grade their potatoes before filling into bags. Farmers can grade their produce by passing through 35 to 55mm round stick and separate potatoes as seeds for the next crop. They also urged farmers to potatoes before filling into jute bags. Fresh, spotless and graded produce will return more profit to farmers. After harvesting ...

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Govt lifts ‘undeclared’ ban on Indian cotton imports

LAHORE: Pakistan on Wednesday lifted an ‘undeclared’ ban on imports of ginned cotton from India, pledging to strictly implementing all phytosanitary and other conditions governing the fibre’s imports on future incoming shipments via surface or sea. Earlier, the Department of Plant Protection (DPP) of the Ministry of National Food Security and Research put cotton imports from India on hold through ...

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Wild life raided, thousands of Partridges confiscated

Kotri (News reporter) Department of wild life team during operation arrested one person for selling illegally hunted partridges. Game watcher wajid ali and other officer with their team started operation in market of kotri city and bahar colony. Arrest the Ashraf ali somro resident of mehar and confiscate the water fowl and hundreds of partridges .Many people escape after the ...

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