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Raids conducted by Teams of Punjab Food Authority

Punjab Food Authority has raided various Government and Non-Government hospitals’ canteens and cafeterias. Three cafeterias were selling expired, stale and hazardous food items consequently were sealed by PFA. Team also fined a private hospital located in Johar Town by Rs. 30,000 for poor hygiene and sanitation. Team of PFA also raided different food points situated in various Hospitals across the ...

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Vegetable prices soar in Karachi after rain

KARACHI: Traders on Monday pushed up vegetable prices by almost 100 per cent, citing thin arrivals from snow-hit Quetta and blockade of the Super Highway Sabzi Mandi following rains on Friday and Saturday. Traders said some green vegetable supplies from Quetta remained suspended where rainfall blocked the Karachi-Quetta Highway at Luckpass and other areas. The rainfall on two consecutive days ...

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Livestock can be source of valuable foreign exchange: Dr. Ghulam Muhammad

Good breeds should reared for better production rather than increasing number of animals Gujranwala (Special Reporter) Director Livestock and dairy development Dr. Ghulam Muhammad has said that upgradation of livestock sector can be He said while talking to duniya news , we can earn valuable foreign exchange by export of meat, milk, eggs and leather through betterment of livestock sector. ...

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Chief Minister Punjab, Mr. Shahbaz Sharif has restored Subsidy on Fertilizers

Chief Minister Punjab, Mr. Shahbaz Sharif has recovered the subsidy of Rs. 400/- from the fertilizers. Farmers’ organizations from all over the country has appreciated Minister’s decision and expressed their feelings that this decision will bring prosperity to the farmers’ community. A representative of farmers organization, Mr. Nadeem Chaudhary said the reduction in fertilizers’ prices will also improve the agriculture ...

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Urea demand: Ministry proposes import of 350k tons to meet shortfall

ISLAMABAD: The Ministry of Industries and Production has requested concerned authorities to make arrangements for the import of around 350,000 tons of urea to meet domestic shortfall for the Rabi crop-sowing season. The ministry has sent a draft summary to Ministries of Commerce, National Food Security and Research and Finance to give their input regarding the shortfall, said a senior ...

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Timely measure should be taken to protect animal from tick infestation

Disease animals should be separate from healthy animals. Clean the sheds: livestock expert Multan (Special Reporter) Livestock owner should take measures to protect animals from ticks on time. So that animals will be protected. According to livestock experts disease animals should separate from healthy ones. Animal sheds should keep clean. Wall Crevices should be filled and shed should be sprayed ...

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Vaccination of black quarter and FMD in large animals: Dr. Muhammad Saleem laghari

Khan baila (reporter) In large animals Vaccination of black quarter and FMD is performing. In goats vaccination of ETV and CCPV is also .Every animal is vaccinating and dewormed against ticks. These updates given by Deputy Director Livestock Officer Liaqat and Dr. Muhammad Saleem Laghari while talking to livestock owners. Also they said 8 hospital, 5 dispensaries and centers of ...

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Supply & demand mechanism behind non-availability of vegetables

Maiden visit of newly-elected lord mayor of Lahore in Shadman weekly makeshift market was not different from the past ‘surprise’ visits of the ministers, the DCO and the other government officials as he also managed a good photo and media session during his visit. On a question about non-availability of some vegetables in makeshift markets on wrong fixation of price, ...

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Punjab Government imposed 144 to stop before-time cotton sowing

The Punjab government has imposed section 144 throughout the province to stop before-time sowing of the cotton. The government has warned a stern legal action against those found involved in before-time sowing of cotton besides destroying their crop. Disclosing this, a spokesman of the provincial agriculture department said on Friday that growers should not sow cotton crop before April 15, ...

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Punjab Government imposed 144 to stop before-time cotton sowing

The Punjab government has imposed section 144 throughout the province to stop before-time sowing of the cotton. The government has warned a stern legal action against those found involved in before-time sowing of cotton besides destroying their crop. Disclosing this, a spokesman of the provincial agriculture department said on Friday that growers should not sow cotton crop before April 15, ...

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