ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that Pakistan has become a fast growing economy unlike other parts of the subcontinent.
According to details, Prime Minister Imran Khan said in a message on social networking site Twitter that unlike other parts of the subcontinent, our Sensitive Price Index (SPI) is reporting a decline in prices in the second week. “Inshallah, we will control inflation even more,” he added.
KARACHI: The play-off phase of Pakistan Super League (PSL) Five will start eight months later today at the National Stadium in Karachi.
According to the details, the teams of Multan Sultans and Karachi Kings will meet in the first qualifier in Pakistan Super League at 3 o’clock while the teams of Lahore Qalandars and Peshawar Zalmi will face each other in Elementron at 8 o’clock in the night.
Preparations for all the teams have been completed. The Multan Sultans have Shahid Afridi, captain Shaun Masood and Mohammad Irfan among the local players The foreign players of Multan Sultans include English cricketers Adam Laith, Joey Danley and Ravi Bopara, while South African star league spinner Imran Tahir and PSL 5 century maker Riley Russo.
The foreign players of Karachi Kings include English star cricketer Alex Hales, South African players Cameron Delport and Wayne Parnell while West Indian players Chadwick Walton and Rutherford. Local players include Babar Azam, Emad Wasim and fast bowler Mohammad Amir, captains of the Pakistani team in all three formats. The Lahore Qalandars’ foreign players include Australian cricketer Ben Dunk, Bangladesh’s Tamim Iqbal, South Africa’s David Wiese and Dan Villas and English cricketer Sammat Patel.
Peshawar Zalmai’s foreign players include West Indian cricketer Carlos Berthwaite, South African cricketer Faf du Plessis and fast bowler Hards Weljoin and English bowler Saqib Mahmood.
Rameez Raja, Waqar Younis, Bazid Jan and Jonty Rhodes will comment on the remaining matches of PSL Five, while England’s Dominic Cork and Mark Bucker are also on the commentary panel. It is to be noted that the PSL Five matches postponed in March this year due to corona virus will be played on November 14, 15 and 17 at the National Stadium Karachi. The match of Eliminator Two is scheduled on Sunday, November 15. The final of the event will be played on Tuesday, November 17 at the National Stadium Karachi.
Cinnamon is used in all homes. In addition to food, it is also used in various beauty tips and health related matters as it has many benefits. Using cinnamon in the cold is very beneficial for our health as it contains polyphenol oxidants. Learn about its tremendous benefits:
Cold & Flue Cold or flu, a stuffy nose or a runny nose. Drink cinnamon tea in the morning before breakfast and at night before going to bed. It is an antibiotic and anti-inflammatory and contains a cure for your cold.
Cough Coughing and sore throats are common in cold weather, so use cinnamon powder with a tablespoon of honey as it contains poly-enzymes that soothe the throat. Which is useful in eliminating all types of cough.
Dry Often the skin of children and adults becomes dry in the cold which causes it to crack. It contains anti-dry radicals. If you also have this problem, drink cinnamon tea daily and also once a week mix cinnamon powder in coconut oil and apply it on the skin and This way there will be no problem of drought.
Immunity In this age of corona virus, it is important to have a strong immune system. And cinnamon contains immune insulators. So be sure to use cinnamon daily in your diet, and also drink its coffee, it will improve your immune system.
Headache In case of headache, apply cinnamon paste on the forehead. It is a very relaxing ingredient. It contains vitamin D, magnesium, enzymes Q10 and melatonin which give you relief from headaches soon.
To make a leap Mix a tablespoon of cinnamon powder and a tablespoon of mint oil and apply on the forehead, it will also brighten the complexion and eliminate headaches.
Inflation, as measured by the Wholesale Price Index (WPI), has come down to 0.07 per cent during the last week, followed by a modest decline to 7.68 per cent. According to a weekly report on inflation released by the Bureau of Statistics, the price of sugar rose by an average of 57 paise in just one week, after which the average price of sugar rose from Rs 101.49 to Rs 102.06 per kg. While potatoes, bananas and beef have also become more expensive. In a week, dal mash, curd, eggs and ghee have also become more expensive.
According to the statistics agency, prices of 11 items have declined in the last one week. Among the items whose prices have come down, a 20 kg bag of flour has become cheaper by Rs4.69 while tomato prices have also gone down by Rs4.
According to the report, lentils, garlic, onions, lentils and goat meat have become cheaper in the country in the last one week. According to the data, prices of about 22 items have stabilized in the last week.