KARACHI, Aug 14: Highlighting flaws in the Sindh government’s response to financial management, a report of the Auditor General of Pakistan about the financial year 2011-12 revealed that the provincial government did not utilize the approved budget of Rs167 billion for the intended purposes, it emerged on Wednesday.
“On scrutiny of Appropriation Accounts, we observed that a sum amounting to Rs167,294 million was allocated in the annual budget and placed at the disposal of…
Cows and corn are often the first images that come to mind when thinking about farms, but many non-traditional types of farms also exist. Ostrich farming is one type of agriculture that can have many advantages. According to Mother Earth News, ostriches produce meat and consume resources at a ratio that is much more profitable than beef cattle. A ostrich farm requires only a small areas of land and can generate revenue in several different ways.How to Start an Ostrich Farm
You might enjoy the idea of spending your days in a greenhouse full of beautiful looking, wonderful smelling flowers, but if you want to make a living at it, you need to be a good business person, too. Here's how to run an operation that will let you smell the roses (or zinnias...or chrysanthemums...) and make money at the same time.
How to Run a Profitable Wholesale Cut Flower Farm
1- Write a detailed business plan and have it reviewed by at least two other successful growers.…
August 14, 2013
Kissan Board Pakistan (KBP) has said that India is escalating tension on borders to divert attention from its water aggression against Pakistan and apologetic attitude adopted by Pakistani rulers is encouraging the enemy. KBP Central President Sardar Zafar Hussein Khan in a statement issued on Tuesday urged the rulers to reply to Indian war and water aggression in a befitting manner and whole nation would stand by them.
However, Sardar Zafar said India's continuous…
By Christa Lesté-Lasserre
Have a young foal with osteochondrosis? Don't panic or put him under the corrective surgery knife just yet. A new study has shown that up to two-thirds of all radiographic findings in weanlings can change—usually for the better—within a year.
However, the lesions' evolution can vary considerably according to where they're located and what kind they are, researchers revealed.
Sandrine Jacquet, DMV, DESV BPLC, ISELP certified, researcher at the Centre d'Imagerie…