The climate change & its impact on Pakistan

The climate change & its impact on Pakistan By Zulqarnain Jalbani

Climate Change is one of the major global issues and a big concern for the next generations all around the globe. According to the German watch Global Climate Risk Index annual report 2020, Pakistan is ranked in 5th the most affected countries by climate change. A few years ago Pakistan was in 8th number but the things have changed so quickly and they yet seem to be unstoppable if it is not being controlled at the ground levels. Furthermore, none of the government can control this climate change until individuals…

Dates Fruit & Cultivars needs attention from the government of Pakistan

Dates Fruit

Thousands of years ago people of the Middle East & Indus Valley have used Dates as a staple food only for the people residing near Indus valley. After that, Dates fruit was also introduced in Mexico, California, and other parts of the world, and it is considered a staple food for people all around the globe. In our religion Islam, and other religions of the world, Dates have specific importance. Dates are mentioned 20 times in the Holy Quran and more than 50 times in the Bible. Dates are used…

An analysis of agricultural policies of Ayoub Khan’s regime | 1958-1968

An analysis of agricultural policies in Pakistan of Ayoub Khan's regime 1958-1968

Abstract The growth rate in agriculture during Ayoub Khan’s regime was remarkable. This sector at the time of economic recession proved very fruitful in strengthening the economy of Pakistan for the time being. Polices which were formulated in this sector were solely responsible for development. Though the policies were given by one man Ayoub Khan and were not passed from the parliament despite this agriculture sector boomed up. The study suggests that for the first time this sector was strengthened. Before this no any polices and planning was available. This…

Locust swarms in Pakistan will add to Coronavirus Crises: UN

Locust swarms in Pakistan

Locust Swarms in Pakistan (in Urdu called Tiddi and in Sindhi called Makar) have returned once again with full force. Locust swarms have been found in millions near Indus river in south Pakistan (Sindh region). These insects now being referred to as the coronavirus of agriculture. The major agricultural parts of the Middle East, East Africa, and South Asia have been facing their worst locust swarms for 25 years. These insects were found in millions attacking to the field corps in south Punjab and Sindh region at the end of…