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September 1, 2013

Latest Jobs at University Of Gujrat 01 sep, 2013

01 sep, 2013 Today's Latest Jobs at University Of Gujrat 01 sep, 2013 Excellent career opportunity Applications are invited from Pakistan. Staff required who are dynamic, dedicated and competent. Jobs 2013 Courtesy Nawaiwaqt jobs  Date: 1-September-2013 Sunday Published in ZaraiMedia.com

HEC confers Best University Teacher Awards on 63 teachers

ISLAMABAD - Minister of State for Education, Training and Standards in Higher Education Muhammad Balighur Rehman on Wednesday said Pakistan Muslim League – Nawaz (PML-N) government would undertake a number of steps to raise the status of teachers in the society. Addressing a ceremony held to confer Best University Teacher Award on 63 faculty members of different universities, the minister acknowledged the role of teachers towards building the future of generations and urged them to be a role…

Agriculture: Awesome Technology

Agriculture: Awesome Technology This new tech will help the farmers profusely. It is bed planter but look it is also provided with rotavator to make the soil fine surfacially, this make it efficient even on hard soils. This is ridge making for crops planting on these beds to utilize better water and fertilizer resources for especially vegetables crop production. AgricultureAwesome Technology by zaraimedia Published in ZaraiMedia.com

What is a Kitchen Gardener?

First and foremost, Kitchen Gardener love food, both product and process. They do not dream of eating a good tomato, but a true tomato, picked warm and juicy from the vine at the peak of its ripeness. Their enjoyment of the fruit is a complete one because it is inextricably entwined with the memory of the plant in its various stages of development. They taste not only the fruit, but the care and honest labor that went into making it. In this sense, Kitchen Gardeners are gastronomes of the…

How To Enhance Vase Life Of Cut Flowers Featured

Saturday, 14 September By  Dr Atif Riaz Cut-flower is the flower which is cut along with a portion of stem, to be used in vases and flower arrangements. Among cut flowers, Gladiolus, Lillium, Gerbera, Chrysanthemum, Carnation, Tulip, Orchids, Anthurium, Gypsophila and Bird of Paradise along with Rose on top are the most favorite flower used for this purpose. For the trade in cut flower industry vase-life or postharvest longevity is the matter of great importance, where morphological…

Crude palm oil, orange Pakistan, Indonesia to enjoy mutual benefits of trade

September 01, 2013 Indonesia will see its crude palm oil (CPO) exports to Pakistan freed from import duty starting on Sunday, as the two countries have signed a preferential treatment agreement (PTA) on bilateral trade. In exchange, Indonesia will open its main port, Tanjung Priok in North Jakarta, for Pakistan's Kinnow oranges. The Mutual Recognition Agreement (MRA) was signed on Friday by Pakistani Ambassador to Indonesia Sanaullah and Banun Sri Harpini, head of the quarantine agency…

Minister spells out agriculture policy contours

September 01, 2013 Federal Minister for Food Security and Research Sikandar Hayat Bosan has said that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is giving top-priority to the agriculture sector to ensure food security in the country as we can't afford hunger, starvation and mal-nourishing. Talking to media men here on Saturday he said that Pakistan was self-sufficient in wheat, rice, sugar and cotton but we need oil-seed to cut the imports. The Minister stressed the need for boosting up the…

Crop losses due to floods: government may have to lower fiscal year 2014 growth target

September 01, 2013 ZAHEER ABBASI The government may have to revise growth target of 4.4 percent downward for the current fiscal year due to losses caused to the agriculture crops by the recent floods in the country. Sources said that recent floods have affected paddy and cotton but actual losses are yet to be estimated. The accurate quantum of the damage to crops would be known after losses are reported to the federal government by the provincial governments. The weight of cotton…

Prices of most essential kitchen items remain high

September 01, 2013 TAHIR AMIN Prices of most of the essential kitchen items remained on high side, as no decline was observed in prices during the last week as compared to the preceding week, reveals a survey carried out by Business Recorder here on Saturday. Traders and wholesalers in different markets of the twin cities of Rawalpindi/Islamabad revealed that the current rains and floods destroyed vegetables and fruits in some parts of Punjab, Sindh and Balochistan. They said that…

Issues in Agriculture of Pakistan

Agriculture contributes 21% GDP and employing 44 percent of the workface. It is still a major contributor to our economy but its role would be more viable as it is performing at its present situation. Agriculture of Pakistan facing multidimensional problems. Our major problem is low productivity. It is said that average yield obtained is almost 30% less than potential yield. If we take the example of wheat crop, our average yield is 26 Maund per acre and potential for varieties is 65-73…

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