Amin Ahmed / Dawn ISLAMABAD – South Asia has an abysmal performance in intra-regional trade as bilateral movement of goods is throttled between India and Pakistan, says the Asian Development Bank (ADB). There is a need to harness the potential of regional cooperation through promoting multilateral institutions by learning from the experiences of European Union […]
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The longstanding promise of the authorities to procure refrigerated vans for the safe transport of apples is yet to fully materialise. There aren’t sufficient cold storage facilities that could have helped growers
Nearly 10.78 lakh metric tonnes of fresh apples have been transported out of Kashmir valley till date this season, a senior official said Friday
Spread across 1.87 lakh acres and catering to the livelihoods of around 3.5 million people, the apple industry is threatening to become a site of Kashmiri versus outsiders tussle. This threatens the state’s Rs10,000 crore ($1.4 billion) horticulture industry
Pampore, the hub of saffron in Kashmir, is expected to have a bumper crop of the spice this season due to initiatives taken by the national mission on saffron (NMS).
India and Saudi Arabia on Tuesday inked more than a dozen agreements in several key sectors including oil and gas, defence and civil aviation
The government’s efforts to salvage the apple season through Market Intervention Scheme haven’t succeeded. NAFED was accused by the apple farmers of paying less money per kilogram of the apple. So, they preferred selling outside to earn higher profit
The shutdown in Kashmir, following the abrogation of Article 370, has crippled the valley’s economy as the business community has suffered losses amounting to over Rs 10,000 crore in three months, a trade body said here.
Terming the killing of truckers as an attack on the economy and livelihood of the people, Jammu and Kashmir Police chief Dilbag Singh on Saturday said the investigation into such cases was underway and that the police have got important clues.