ISLAMABAD: PTI Senator Shibli Faraz said on Saturday the support price for wheat at Rs 1,800 per 40kg and the announcement of a subsidy for cheap flour were living proof of Prime Minister Imran Khan’s farmer friendliness. He tweeted saying that the development of the country and the development of the agricultural sector are linked to the prosperity of the peasants and that the prosperity and development of the peasants is Prime Minister Imran Khan’s mission. “The PTI federal and provincial governments are committed to ensuring a supply of cheap flour for commoners. Flour will not be expensive even though there is an increase in the price of support for flour, subsidies are given to benefit consumers, “he said.
The senator said that the federal and provincial governments will ensure that half of their strategic reserves (five million tonnes) come from imported wheat.
“When the government procures wheat from abroad to meet half of its strategic needs, the pressure on the availability of wheat in the country will decrease. The bank credit line for purchasing flour will only be available for flour mills and those registered with the government, “he said. Shibli said the credit line application will state where the wheat is stored, while the flour mills can get as much grain as they want, but the mill needs to grind the wheat and not store it for further sale. “The government will take steps to curb stockpiling,” he said.
It comes with an outrageous price tag – but experts say it’s more than justified. Photo / Provided
A pub in Auckland is pouring a beer that will set you up to pay $ 25 for a small 200ml glass, and beer gurus say the price tag is more than justified.
Anagram is a Blueberry Cheesecake Imperial Stout, by Omnipollo and Dugges, nine months old at Heaven Hill Bourbon Barrels and shipped around the world from Sweden to New Zealand.
With 15 percent alcohol, that’s one to drink, not crush, and The Fridge and Flagon in Auckland sells it in just 200ml glasses.
The price tag means a beer costs $ 60 per pint, possibly making it New Zealand’s most expensive beer.
Deep black and with a thick, syrupy consistency, Anagram may not be a beer for light beer fans, but it scores a net 100 percent on RateBeer’s global ranking website, making it one of the best beers on the planet.
The curator of The Fridge and Flagon beer, Matt Eats, said Anagram was “a very rare and exciting beer you’ve never tasted before.”
To Eat, this glass of beer has a much better value for money than the average glass of wine people pay in a restaurant: “People don’t blink when they pay $ 25 for a decent glass of wine at any wine bar but for that price you’re experiencing. something very special, “he said.
“This is one of the best beers in the world, as strong as wine (even stronger), made with equal love and care and far more interesting ingredients. Wine is basically just old grape juice, where’s the fun?”
Kiwi craft beer experts agree that, despite its high price, this beer is a worthy investment.
Beer Jerk co-founder Luke White said he saw this type of beer as “similar to cake”.
“I don’t eat cake every day and when I do eat, it’s in moderation. I’ve never spent $ 25 on a mass-produced trash box like Heineken but I’d definitely drop $ 25 off a glass of beer that the experts have perfectly crafted using ultra premium materials and processes, “he added.
For White, the problem is that beer is seen by many as “a commodity product they buy in big boxes along with toilet paper and bleach.”
“We sell some beers for $ 3 and others for $ 60 and, like every product, some items are more expensive than others. I drive a Honda moped and would never dream of spending $ 100k on a car but I wouldn’t regret anyone. others do it, “he explained.
White said he would love to see “people in New Zealand spend more on drinking less alcohol”.
“The ingredients used to make good beer are very expensive. ‘Cheap’ beers such as Heineken and Corona are actually much more profitable for brewers because they are mass produced and use exponentially fewer ingredients, especially hops,” he added.
Michael Donaldson, author of “Beer Nation” and editor of “The Pursuit of Hoppiness”, says “not everyone will see the value in beer like this”.
“But, if you’re the kind of person who enjoys taste and enjoys unique experiences with a good friend, go for it! Definitely don’t buy it if you can’t afford it,” he adds.
Beer Jerk’s co-founder Brent Grove believes that, if you’re having trouble importing beer into New Zealand, it might as well be a good beer.
“I don’t see any point in importing a beer that tastes like Steinlager or Lion Red. If we’re going to try to import beer, it will be unique and world class,” Grove said.
“This is definitely not the case for the ‘New Zealand rip-off.’ This is simply a very expensive beer to produce and we sell it for the same price as bars in the UK and Sweden, despite the hefty shipping costs here and NZ alcohol excise rates notoriously high. “The scams actually originated from people charging $ 14 for a bottle of Heineken by the beach,” he added.
“Of course that’s five times more than a regular beer,” said Flagon regular Fridge and Dave Sanderson. “But it’s about 100 times better so I think it’s really good.”
Rare copy of Super Mario Bros. 3 The NES is the new king of video game auctions and sold for an incredible $156,000 last Friday.
Although many prices are included in the near-perfect quality level of the sealed game, this copy Super Mario Bros. 3 It also came from the early production process and saw “Bros”. It is obviously a big deal to align it to the left instead of to the right in the logo.
“The copy of this game is “Bros”. The format formatted on the left side of the box (on Mario’s glove) as the left side is rare and in a sealed state. Many collectors have been watching for many years, but often Dry.” Heritage auction list display. “When the seal did appear, it brought a high premium compared to the later’right brother’. Version, because this version is much less [sic]. “
The highest price “right brother”.Pass the estate auction Price is only $ 21,600 In September of this year, I just want to know what kind of changes the logo adjustment will bring.
As early as July, the original has been stamped Super Mario Bros For NES It broke the record when it received $114,000 As the seller. Super Mario Bros. 3 Now, this transaction is the most expensive video game record ever, yet to be completed.
Entering the world of fashion is difficult at any age, but especially difficult for older people. But ahead of his 72nd birthday, Prince Charles has launched a sustainable clothing line.
“I have always believed in the ‘buy once, buy well’ philosophy,” the Prince of Wales told the Telegraph newspaper in an interview. In another interview with Vogue magazine, the Prince of Wales talked about how he hates to throw away anything and prefers to fix things that are outdated.
Under the new line of price tags, most people who buy clothes have to be greener and wear the same clothes over and over again simply because they can’t afford anything else.
Only one item in the 18-piece collection that debuted in collaboration with Yoox Net-a-Porter for less than $ 500 – a women’s cord-knitted cashmere turtleneck sweater for $ 475.
Merino wool coat and cashmere blends? Be prepared to pay around $ 1,500.
Charles and his educational charity have teamed up to create the Modern Artisan Project, which aims to promote the skills of British and Italian students in textiles, according to a statement from the foundation.
Profits from the collection will be donated to support The Prince’s Foundation, according to the Net-a-Porter website.
ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan said on Wednesday that expensive electricity was a major impediment to the growth of small and medium enterprises, increasing production costs and making domestic products lose their ability to compete with foreign goods.
He observed this when chairing a meeting on the promotion of industrial processes, particularly the problems faced by small and medium enterprises and their solutions. The meeting was attended by federal ministers Hammad Azhar, Asad Umar, Umar Ayub, Trade Advisor Abdul Razak Dawood, Special Assistant to Nadeem Babar, Tabish Gohar, Secretary of Finance, Secretary of Energy, Secretary of Petroleum, and other senior officials. The meeting discussed various proposals for solving problems facing the industry, especially small and medium enterprises, including the high cost of electricity.
Responding to the meeting, the prime minister said the country’s development was linked to the promotion of industrial processes. He said that in order to save the industrial sector, especially small and medium enterprises from the current economic situation and losses due to the corona virus, it is necessary to find solutions to problems facing the industrial sector on a priority basis. Welcoming the various proposals put forward in this regard, the Prime Minister said all possible efforts and steps were taken to encourage industrial processes and utilize existing capacities in the country.
The Prime Minister advised that the proposals submitted to the industrial sector to solve energy-related problems must be resolved as soon as possible so that they can be implemented immediately.
Meanwhile, the PM chaired a meeting on steps to be taken in the federal capital to improve health facilities and ensure the provision of quality healthcare services to the public.
The Special Assistant for Health Dr Faisal Sultan briefed the prime minister about the problems faced in the health sector, priorities and future strategies to improve the quality of health services and provide quality services.
Detailed discussions were held to provide basic and quality health services to the community through primary health care and to expand the coverage of the health insurance program and the introduction of an action plan to reduce the burden on large hospitals by improving facilities in primary health units and secondary hospitals. The roadmap for the use of information technology in providing health services to patients is submitted to the prime minister.
The prime minister was briefed on the progress of a proposal to establish primary health facilities in Jhangi Syedan, Mauza Johad, G-13 and Golra, expansion of the Polyclinic and construction of a 200-bed secondary health hospital in Sarai Kharboza.