Monday, November 10, 2014

Results of Intermediate Board at

Inter Result 2014 HSC (HSSC) Part 1 Commerce Results - Find BIEK ( Inter 1st year and 2nd year Results 2014 of Pre Engineering, Pre Medical & Commerce Groups, HSC part 1 and part 2 Result Karachi board, bise lahore Faisalabad, Rawalpindi, Bahawalpur, Sargodha, DG Khan, Islamabad, Peshawar, Quetta, Multan other cities in Pakistan, intermediate Board 11th Class and class 12th Sahiwal, Gujranwala, Multan, Bahawalpur, Faisalabad & DG Khan bise board. Check your Inter HSC Results online of part 1 and 2 for the year 2013-14 of both regular and private enrolled students. Here you can find your Annual result and supplementary (supply) for regular, private, humanities, computer science and arts Group from Board of intermediate Education Karachi. As soon as the official boards publicize the results for Inter Board, it will be publishing here on hamariweb results. Students who are enrolled /registered to their respective boards and have appeared in examination can simply feed in their roll number to get their annual result.

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Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Farmers to reap rich dividends from support price of wheat: PM

Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has said that timely decision of increase in the support price of wheat to Rs 1,300 per 40 kg, slapping of 20 per cent of regulatory duty on import of wheat and decrease in the petroleum prices particularly in the price of diesel, will reap huge dividends to farmers as they will earn an estimated extra income of Rs 3500-5000 per acre. This would have a salutary effect on the quality of their life, the PM, said and assured that the agriculture sector would be protected and encouraged so that the objective of food security in the country could be attained.
In a statement issued on Sunday, the prime minister said the government was fully cognizant of the problems of the people and was taking comprehensive long-term measures to significantly enhance their living standard by providing them all basic facilities of life.
This increase in the support price of wheat which was above the prevailing international price of wheat would encourage the agriculture sector as a uniform support price would provide a level playing field to all farmers in the entire country and thus encourage them to bring more land under cultivation, Nawaz said. Similarly, the recent reduction in oil prices will benefit the masses particularly the agriculture sector as it would reduce the cost of input, he emphasised.
The prime minister said that the present PML (N) government had taken a series of measures to encourage the agriculture sector in the country. Earlier, the prime minister recalled that in January this year the government had decided that imported as well as locally manufactured urea would be available at Rs 1,786 per bag and these rates would be stamped on each bag. The decision was taken to remove corruption due to difference in prices of imported and local urea and also to end exploitation of farmers by the middleman. It is pertinent to add that a middle man repacked imported urea and sold it out as locally manufactured thus pocketing the subsidy meant for farmers.
The prime minister said the government was bearing a subsidy of Rs 747 per bag as the present estimated cost of imported bag is Rs 2,527. He also said that a special subsidised tariff for electricity rates of Rs 10.35 per unit was being provided to the farmers eliminating peak time charges which were higher, so that their input costs were protected. The PML-N government, by affecting a uniform tariff of Rs 10.35 per unit for agricultural tube wells, has insured a reliability of input to the farmers.
The federal and provincial governments are procuring wheat from the farmers to ensure that not only they get correct price of their produce but also have sufficient stocks for the government for supplying to flour mills so that they can intervene to maintain a stable price of flour in the country.
The prime minister said that the present government was also working with full zeal to complete major infrastructure projects to achieve the goal of a better Pakistan by enhancing employment, generating economic activity and reducing poverty.

India asks Pakistan to decide whom it wants to talk to

should draw a "red line" whether it wants to talk to the government of India or to those who want to break India, Defence Minister Arun Jaitley said here Wednesday.
Speaking at the India Economic Summit, Jaitley said India is ready to speak to Pakistan and is willing to normalise the relationship, but then there were a few "red lines".
Recalling that foreign secretary-level talks with Pakistan were called off in August due to its high commissioner meeting separatists from Jammu and Kashmir, he said a new red line has to be drawn in Pakistan about who they want to speak to.
"Do they want to speak to the government of India or they want to speak to those who want to break India... So, unless Pakistan makes the conscious choice, a dialogue will not be possible," Jaitley said.
Jaitley, who also holds finance portfolio, referred to ceasefire violations by Pakistan and said the consequences of its "misadventure" would be "unaffordable cost for Pakistan".
He said India would like to normalise the relationship but whether Pakistan wants to do so depends on it.
Jaitley said the BJP-led government sought to improve ties with Pakistan and gave it three messages.
He said the first message was of India's willingness to talk, second was the decision to send the foreign secretary to Islamabad, and the third was that "situation in international border cannot go on".

PIA privatisation deadline postponed to October 2015: report

The Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) has had the deadline for its privatization delayed by four months as Islamabad struggles to contain political fallout associated with the airline’s unbundling.
The offloading of a 24 per cent stake in the carrier, part of the conditions Pakistan accepted in return for an International Monetary Fund (IMF)-provided USD6.67 billion Extended Fund Facility (EFF) agreed to last year, was slated to be done by December of this year only to be postponed to June of next year. It has since emerged that deadline has now been delayed until October 2015.


In September, Pakistan’s Minister of State for Privatization Mohammad Zubair, announced that PIA’s core business will be sold off with government to retain control of ancillary operations such as ground handling and hotels under a holding company. The state will then sell off each of its interests individually over time.
Though never officially confirmed, Emirates (EK, Dubai Int’l), Etihad Airways (EY, Abu Dhabi Int’l), and Qatar Airways (QR, Doha Hamad Int’l) were believed to have been among the contenders for the carrier’s core business.
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