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About 29 results for "botanical survey of india"

Medicinal and Aromatic Plants

Botanical Survey of India (BSI) an organization working under Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change, who are mandated for survey of plant diversity of the country; its documentation, including traditional knowledge associated with it at ... PIB, 1 week ago

Metro ride for old, disabled to go easy

Seventy two-year-old Suresh Chand's hour-long journey from Botanical Garden to Janakpuri Metro station to see his nephew is likely to be a comfortable experience in the coming months. A request to a fellow commuter to vacate a seat for a senior citizen is ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

Tea, the Kangra way

When one talks of Indian tea, one thinks of Assam, Darjeeling, or Nilgiri more easily than Kangra tea. Kangra tea has a history that is more than 150 years old. Fighting odds Gagnesh Sharma, Deputy Director, Tea Board of India in Kangra says, ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

Interview: Pradip Krishen

Time Out talks to Pradip Krishen about his new book on the jungle trees of Central India For all the people who live in and depend upon forests is the dedication in Pradip Krishen's latest book, Jungle Trees of Central India A Field Guide for ...
 Time Out Mumbai1 month ago

Anti-diabetic Activity of Ayurveda Herbs A Review

Editor's note: This review was originally published on TEJAS: The Edgy Journal of Alive Sciences Dr Chakrapany Sharma Professor and HoD Department of Dravyaguna Vigyan (Medicinal Plants Science) Dr S R Rajasthan Ayurveda University ...
 Food Consumer1 day ago

ebusiness round-up 25/09/2009

Region's marketers confident on recovery Over 40 per cent of East Anglia businesses belive the UK economy will improve in the next twelve months, compared to 26 per cent nationally, according to a survey by Further Search Marketing and the ...
 Biz East3 weeks ago

Democracy and Dior under a bright blue sky

While in Johannesburg, the report of a zebra running amok in the Alipur zoo caught my attention. Here I was in the beautiful green country of South Africa, looking at zebras, lions, antelopes and multi-coloured birds under a bright blue sky, being ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago
Sri Lanka Daily News

A smorgasbord of tourist attractions

"We met some wonderful people, learned how to head-bobble, ate rice and curry with our hands in dingy dives, held cobras, hugged elephants, played with monkeys, explored ancient forest monasteries, taught ourselves some Sinhala, read up on legends ...
 Sri Lanka Daily News1 month ago

Trading biodiversity for profits

Our precious heritage of flora and fauna, some rare and endangered, are at risk due to poaching and lack of governmental will. We need to act now before it is too late, and before our forests are emptied of their rich cover It is well known that ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago

Dateline Rice for June 23, 2014 (Weekend Edition)

Tweet [embedded content] FEATURED ITEMS Brasília, a capital city that's a place apart Brasília will host Brazil's final Group C match, against Cameroon, at Estádio Nacional. Farès el-Dahdah, professor of architecture and director of the ...
 Rice University1 month ago
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