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UN's FAO praises UAE Food Bank initiative

The Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) of the United Nations has lauded the decision of UAE Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, to fight hunger and food waste by launching the Food Bank ... Prokerala, 2 months ago

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Jaipur hosts fair to promote organic way of life

With a view to promote organic farming, a fair was organised here, showcasing organically produced food products and vegetables. With a theme to go organic, the fair witnessed participation of 250 people, including organic product farmers who showcased their ...
 Business Standard1 month ago 3-day national organic, millet fair in B'luru from April 28  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago

64 Indian exporters to take part in Dubai food event

As many as 64 Indian exporters, dealing with a range of agriculture and processed food products, will take part in a food event in Dubai. These firms are participating under the banner of Agricultural and Processed Food Products Export Development Authority ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
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Why some Ladakh villages are much cleaner than others

Ama Tsogspa believes that any issue related to the community is their concern and responds to it organically. Tsewang Dolma reports from Ladakh. Ladakh, a pristine, serene land nestling in the Himalayas; a zero-waste region, is witnessing its most famous town Leh groaning under garbage. Tourists drawn to its windswept breathtaking landscape do not just stop at that. They also leave behind mounds of garbage, in the form of packaged foods. Interestingly, it was the 2009 Bollywood blockbuster 3 ...
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Farm sector may beat '16-'17 estimates, grow at 5%

The final agriculture GDP numbers for 2016-17 are expected to be revised up, as rabi production is looking really good. The agricultural and allied sector growth is officially projected at almost five per cent during the fourth quarter of the current financial year and could be revised higher, when the first provisional figures come in May-end. Though agriculture growth at 4.98 per cent in the fourth quarter was lower than six per cent in the third quarter, it is still among the highest in ...
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ICAR workshop promotes organic farming in north-east

India's north-east region is endowed with rich natural resources and has a rich old heritage and traditions. Ethnically and culturally distinct from the rest of the country, the region is a treasure trove of indigenous knowledge pertaining to agriculture, ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago

Minister suggests lifestyle changes in fight against climate change

The 13th National Agricultural Science Congress on the theme 'Climate-smart Agriculture' was inaugurated at the University of Agricultural Sciences-Bengaluru (UAS-B) on Tuesday. Jointly organised by UAS-B, National Academy of Agricultural Sciences and Indian ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

Fifth of world food lost to over-eating, wastage: study

Almost 20 per cent of the food made available to consumers worldwide is lost through over-eating or wastage, according to a new study. The world population consumes around 10 per cent more food than it needs, while almost nine per cent is thrown away or left ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

Bringing cheer to agriculture

The budget is presented after demonetisation with considerable expectations of bonanza for poor and middle income groups. Pre-budget discussions in professional and political circles were how agriculture and rural poor will share the benefit of demonisation.
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago
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UP’s anti-abattoir campaign could cripple prime revenue and job-generating industries

The closure of Uttar Pradesh’s slaughterhouses could leave a couple of million people jobless in the state, affect its allied industries and choke small but important revenue streams for its poor farmers, especially in drought-prone areas, according to an ...
 Sify21 hours ago UP's anti-abattoir campaign could cripple prime revenue and job-generating industries  Sify21 hours ago
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