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Use abilities to increase revenue: Guv to BAU

um-Chancellor of Universities Dr Syed Ahmed said on Wednesday that the Birsa Agricultural University should use its technical abilities and labour to increase its revenue. In a one-to-one meeting with BAU VC George John and senior officials at Raj ... New Delhi Pioneer, 2 days ago
The Telegraph

How Met forecasts saved crops

More than 200 agro-meteorologists from various parts of the country attending an IMD review meeting at Birsa Agricultural University (BAU) maintained that accurate weather and climate information passed on by the Met department had helped farmers in a big way.
 The Telegraph2 months ago

Dry land has potential to feed population: Reddy

Principal Scientist, Horticulture, CRIDA (Central Research Institute for Dry land Agriculture), Hyderabad, Dr N N Reddy today said that the vast area of dry land in the country has the potential to feed the growing population in future. Speaking ...
 Business Standard India1 day ago

Jharkhand to get Agricultural Research Institute soon

will soon get an Agricultural Research Institute on the lines of Indian Agricultural Research Institute (PUSA) near New Delhi. It will be the second such premier institute in the country. Union Agriculture Minister Radha Mohan Singh while talking ...
 New Delhi Pioneer6 days ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Ex-forest official is new JPSC chief

Raghubar Das Ranchi, Jan. 23: The state cabinet today decided to appoint Dhirendra Kumar Shrivastava as the next chairman of Jharkhand Public Service Commission (JPSC) in place of former IAS Debashish Gupta, who will be completing his tenure by ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Skyfall most chilling on home's backyard

Family members of Sunil Kumar pick up the pieces of the ice chunk (right) that fell on their residence in Bistupur on Tuesday. Pictures by Bhola Prasad In one of the rarest incidents of hail, a chunk of ice, about two feet long and weighing ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago

Fertiliser software at BAU

A new software, Nutrient Expert System, developed by International Plant Nutrition Institute (IPNI), South Asia, to provide soil-specific vital data on quantum and type of fertilisers for farmers, was unveiled today at Birsa Agricultural University (BAU), ...
 The Telegraph1 week ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Blankets for homeless

Two rickshaw-pullers sit by a bonfire to get some respite from the chill near Albert Ekka Chowk, Ranchi Ranchi, Jan. 10: The state government has decided to distribute blankets and arrange bonfires for the homeless across Jharkhand, in a warm ...
 Calcutta Telegraph2 weeks ago Cities reel under rain & haze  Calcutta Telegraph3 weeks ago

Northwest wind brings temperature down

RANCHI: The chill is back in the air with the minimum temperature in the city dropping to 6.6°C on Tuesday from 16.8°C on Sunday because of cold winds blowing from the northwest. After two days of cloud cover and rainfall, the sun brought some ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago
The Telegraph

Winter rain, a boon for farmers

"Showers that lashed the state for the last two days are a boon for all types of standing rabi crops like wheat, mustard, peas, barley and gram. These are sown in late November or early December and at present are in the vegetative or pre-flowering stage.
 The Telegraph3 weeks ago
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