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PARC’s role in revolutionizing honey industry

“a journey from honey importing to honey exporting,” Honey Production is a very useful business in Pakistan. Honey production and beekeeping are environmentally friendly practices. These non-framing business activities have the potential to provide a wide range of economic contributions. Additional benefits from beekeeping are associated with the purely biological …

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Revival of Pakistan as a Food Baskit

By Rabia Sundas, PhD Scholar Plant Pathology: As per annals of FAO (Food and Agriculture Organization), the state of food insecurity in the world, as has been estimated in 2017-18, some 775 million people in the low and middle income countries were under nourished. Pakistan is considered as one of …

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Maqbool Butt, Symbol Of Freedom

Tahir Iqbal Martys Maqbool Butt is the symbol of Kashmir’s freedom and hero of Kashmirs who gave a new trend and direction for the independence and freedom of state of Jammu & Kashmir. He was born on February 18, 1938 in Srinagar.           From his youth he had studied the …

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Maqbool Butt’s political philosophy

Nayyar N Khan Each month in Jammu Kashmir’s tempestuous political history tells us of nail-biting stories of death and despair but the month of February has distinctive inference in the great Himalayan country of Jammu Kashmir. Many imperative political and non-political events transpired in the month of February. Some are …

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Sindh Government urges to NFC must be considered

By Dr. Abdul Razak Shaikh, The ninth National Finance Commission (NFC) held its meeting in Islamabad on Wednesday in order to discuss the financial position of the center and the federating units and set the agenda for negotiations on the distribution of the divisible pool for the next five years. …

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Maqbool Butt, Symbol Of Freedom

Tahir Iqbal Martys Maqbool Butt is the symbol of Kashmir’s freedom and hero of Kashmirs who gave a new trend and direction for the independence and freedom of state of Jammu & Kashmir. He was born on February 18, 1938 in Srinagar. From his youth he had studied the revolutionary, …

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Kashmir Dispute in Perspective

Written by Muhammad Yahya Mujahid, The issue is not only of strategic, political and economic significance but also of ideological centrality. When the Creator of the universe spread the earth, He so beautifully joined the Valley of Kashmir with Pakistan through its rivers, mountains, water channels, and land routes as …

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The youngest Pellet victim

Little Hiba had to pass through the agony of a marathonic eye surgery, By M Waqas Abdullah, The doctors and nursing staff of SMHS hospital in Srinagar, could not hold back their tears when, during eye surgery, the 19-month-old toddler Hiba would scream with extreme pain. Indian occupational forces had …

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Kashmir the burning paradise

Ayesha Mukhtar Rathore, ” SUCH FEARLESS EYES—SAME WAS OF HIS Father’s”. She murmured wiping her tears off with rays of hope coming out. Clearing her throat which was struck of the grief of loss of her husband who was shot dead by armed forces she looked straight into his eyes …

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Public transport issue raised in Malir District

By Arshad Ali Gabol, Malir District is a big District of Karachi Division and is a thickly populated, fulfilled with issues and back ward area of Karachi which is without any facility like Health, Education, Employment, Sanitation and others . It will be accurate to say that whole Malir is …

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