Monday, February 10, 2014

The fixing of new large signboards on both sides of Chhachh Interchange was an old requirement by travelers...

The fixing of new large signboards on both sides of Chhachh Interchange was an old requirement by travelers on M1 Section of Pakistan Motorway, therefore the ministry of Motorway is now days preparing direction boards nearby Chhachh Interchange. Hazro Kamra, Ghourghushti & Ghazi are four major areas which are highlighted on these green signboards. Half villages of Tehsil Hazro as well Hazro city has a really great benefit of this Entrance / Exit point which connect people with almost all parts of the country. Chhachh Interchange is located on M1 Section. M1 is a part of Motorway in Punjab and Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (155 km long), with 67 km in Punjab and the remaining 108 km in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa. It has become a vital link to Afghanistan and Central Asia and is expected to take much traffic off the highly used N5.










Saturday, February 1, 2014

Some pictures were captured today infront of a Kinnow (Orange) Market, located on Toll-Tax Road Hazro.

Some pictures were captured today infront of a Kinnow (Orange) Market, located on Toll-Tax Road Hazro. Shopkeepers of this light market receive Kinnows directly from District Sargodha which is a famous Orange producing area. Kinnow is a famous winter season fruit which is mostly produced in Sargodha as well in all parts of Punjab. As on local level, Tehsil Ghazi, Qibla Bandhi and Hameed villages’ area has a good some of Orange Trees which can be compare to international export level. Pakistan has several varieties of Citrus Fruit, in addition to the popularity known as Kinnow (A Variety of Mandarin of easy peel) all of which may interest importers in Asia and Europe. In Pakistan Succri, Mausami, Washington Navel, Jaffa, Red Blood, Ruby Red and Valencia Late are seven coast of Orange. {10 Pictures},










Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Picture shows the Mobile Honeybees Farm which is managed by Afghani people...

Some pictures were captured while on the way to Shams Abad village from Kamra Cantt (G.T. Road) in Tehsil Hazro. Picture shows the Mobile Honeybees Farm which is managed by Afghani people for production of Honey by using wood boxes (Colonies). The producing of Honey by these types of Colonies is a profitable way of earning as much its need experience. Four species of honeybees are found in Pakistan, the indigenous species are Apis dorsata, Apis cerana, and Apis florea. The occidental species is Apis mellifera. In Chhachh valley, Mian Hadi Baba Area, Qibla Bandhi suburb, Indus river range, G.B.C. Canal boundary and some parts of western Chhachh are appointed places for these types of Farms. {13 Pictures},