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September 2011

Wheat, Rice cheaper in Pakistan compared to India, Sri Lanka

ISLAMABAD, Sep 20, 2011: The rates of wheat, rice, chicken and garlic are lower in Pakistan as compared to India, Bangladesh and also Sri Lanka. The National Price Monitoring Committee has stated that the food prices have been low as compared to the other nations in the region. Moreover, the panel is planning to import items of daily use from neighbouring nations due to the extensive damage to the crops in rain and flood affected areas of Sindh province, where more than six-million acres…

Met Office advisory to farmers

September 14, 2011: The Met Office has advised the farmers of agricultural plains of southern Punjab, Sindh and adjoining areas of Balochistan to stop irrigating their cotton and other crops as more heavy rains are expected in these areas. According to a fresh set of advisories of the Met Office on Tuesday, in the last ten days of August heavy rains poured in the agriculture plains of southern Punjab, Sindh and adjoining areas of Balochistan and more heavy rains are likely in these parts during…

Agricultural sector in Pakistan: History

Sep 14, 2011 - By zirram- slide share - Document Transcript 1.1 AGRICULTURAL AND INDUSTRIAL SECTOR BETTERMENT IS A KEY FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF PAKISTAN, AND MANAGEMENT IS A KEY PROBLEM Pakistan from its birth has faced so many problems infect every type of problem those problem can be inequality, war, economic, terrorism means we can say that Pakistan has never seen a constant peace in its time. As already discussed that Pakistan has faced every problem but the main problem that…

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