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Poultry Industry is Misleading the Public, Says CSE

Poultry industry misleading people: CSE

he Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) Thursday rubbished claims made by the poultry industry that antibiotic residues found in Indian chicken were lower than the EU standard and accused it of "misleading" the people. The CSE reiterated its earlier stand ... Business Standard, 2 days ago
Poultry industry misleading people CSE Big News Network, 1 day ago

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Business Standard

Lancaster University's Environment Centre (LEC) to hosl showcase event (on 18th September)

Lancaster University's Environment Centre (LEC) , is a vibrant community of over 450 university and government scientists, and is hosting a special showcase event (on 18 th September) to welcome new companies to the centre and explore future ...
 UKSPA2 days ago Workshop on environmental issues  The Echo Of India1 week ago CSE sets environmental agenda for the new government  Times of India2 months ago Centre urged for proactive agenda on environment  First Post.com2 months ago

CSE’s recommendations to control antibiotic use in poultry industry gets support from medical fraternity

After Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) released its study that has revealed the extent of misuse and overuse of antibiotics in chicken production and its likely contribution to the growing problem of antibiotic resistance in India, Indian Medical ...
 Times of India4 weeks ago Immunity risk  Asian Age4 weeks ago
IndiaTV News

Delhi: Antibiotic residues found in 40 pc chicken samples

In an alarming development, the Centre for Science and Environment has said that it has found several antibiotic residues in chickens tested in Delhi-NCR. Seventy chicken samples from Delhi were tested for six commonly used antibiotics, of which 40 per cent ...
 IBN Live1 month ago Revealed: Chicken could make you resistant to antibiotics  IndiaTV News1 month ago NECC seeks to allay fears on antibiotic residue in chicken  Hindu Business Line1 week ago
Jagran Post

Chicken fed on antibiotics causing drug resistance CSE finds

A new study released by the Centre for Science and Environment CSEnbspsaidnbsp largescale and indiscriminate use of antibiotics in poultry industry might be strongly linked to growing antibiotic resistance in Indians
 Hindustan Times1 month ago Chickens in Delhi-NCR found with large-scale antibiotics, may develop antibiotic resistance in Indians: Study  Jagran Post1 month ago High levels of antibiotics found in poultry  Deccan Herald1 month ago Chickens doped? That's a canard!  Bangalore Mirror5 days ago

B'lore ranks low in study on road quality

A recent study by the Centre for Science and Environment had revealed that the City is ranked low in the country in terms of the number of accidents and fatalities. Now, another study being conducted by Bangalore traffic experts shows that the City ranks low ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago Pedestrians last on road designers' mind, says study  Deccan Herald2 months ago
Med India

MP raises antibiotics in chicken issue in Lok Sabha, urges government to act

Recent study by Delhi-based non-profit Centre for Science and Environment had found that 40 per cent of tested chicken samples were contaminated with antibiotics See also: Busting the myth about ‘pure and natural’ honey Fat of the matter Analysis ...
 Down to Earth2 weeks ago Eating Chicken Might Make You Antibiotic-resistant  Med India4 weeks ago Chicken alert: Antibiotics found in city’s poultry samples  Asian Age1 month ago
Current News India

Chicken comes home to roost

What should I eat now? Is there nothing that is safe?” This is what I am asked every time the Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) does a study on toxins in food. It is a fact that our food is becoming unhealthy—not because of deliberate ...
 Down to Earth2 weeks ago Antibiotics  Current News India1 month ago Antibiotics-Laden Chickens May be Pushing up India's Resistance to Drugs, Warns Report  NDTV1 month ago Hatching Superbugs  Down to Earth1 month ago
IndiaTV News

Centre for Science and Environment insists on river pollution control

New Delhi based Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) has stated that reinventing the strategy for river pollution control must be on the top government's environment agenda. It has insisted a need to aggressively implement the national sanitation ...
 Economic Times2 months ago Existence of Ganga in danger, claims Environment Scientist  IndiaTV News2 months ago Set up panel to monitor clearances, environmentalists urge Modi  The Hindu2 months ago

Mini-grids are the solution to India’s power woes in the rural sector, says Centre for Science and Environment

Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) discussed the role mini-grids have to play to eradicate energy poverty in the country and proposed a model to ensure at least 12 hours of electricity to every household per day at a workshop on “Sustainable Mini-Grid ...
 Times of India1 month ago K-Poly boosts Ghana's energy security with centre for renewable energy  Modern Ghana1 week ago Mini grids can be sustainable alternative: CSE  Prokerala2 months ago
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