A key meeting of Genetic Engineering Appraisal Committee (GEAC), an apex body of Environment Ministry, on Friday deliberated on the fate of commercialisation of GM Mustard in India but did not take any decision even as activists and farmers ... DNA India, 1 day ago
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The Genetic Engineering Appraisal Committee, a Central regulator, is likely to take a final decision on Friday on whether to allow commercial cultivation of genetically-engineered mustard. However, the results of the biosafety tests, which investigate the ...Asian Age, 2 days ago Five things to watch out for today Business Line, 2 days ago Decision on genetically modified Mustard after 'due deliberations': Government Economic Times, 1 day ago Government will not take final call on GM mustard without due process Times of India, 1 day ago
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The Genetic Engineering Appraisal Committee (GEAC) under the environment ministry on Friday deferred a decision on whether to allow commercial cultivation of genetically modified (GM) mustard. We don't want to impose anything on the people ...Financial Express, 1 day ago No decision on commercial cultivation of GM food yet New Delhi Pioneer, 1 day ago
The Genetic Engineering Appraisal Committee (GEAC), which examines the scientific merits of releasing genetically modified seeds into the environment, will consider making public, immediately, the results of tests and studies so far conducted to test the ...The Hindu, 3 days ago Supreme Court seeks government reply to contempt petition on GM crops Business Mirror, 4 days ago GM Mustard: Contempt of Court Petition Filed Against Members of Genetic Appraisal Committee Counter Currents, 1 month ago GMOs and Unremitting Fraud by Government Regulators in India concerning GM Mustard Global Research, 1 month ago
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Keeping its agenda, records of discussions and results of safety trials under wraps, the environment ministry's Genetic Engineering Appraisal Committee (GEAC) is set to decide next week whether it is safe to commercially grow genetically-modified ...Business Standard India, 6 days ago
The head of Review Committee on Genetic Manipulation (RCGM), B Sesikeran, is also part of a Monsanto-funded institute that lobbies across the world for industry-friendly scientific research and regulatory environment. Former director of institute ...DNA India, 1 week ago
THE TOP regulatory body on genetic engineering on Friday deferred a decision on commercialisation of a genetically-modified (GM) variant of mustard crop, asking the developer Deepak Pental to provide more information on the safety of the gene. By ...MyInforms, 1 day ago
NEW DELHI: Amid strong opposition by citizens' groups and farmers against a possible move to allow commercial use of genetically modified (GM) mustard, the government on Friday said any decision in this regard would be taken only after "due ...Times of India, 1 day ago
Committee to meet today and decide on the release There is widespread outrage against the government's plan to commercialise genetically modified (GM) mustard by cultivators eschewing transgenic crops and who have spanned an organic and natural ...The Hindu, 2 days ago Farmers body asks government to put GM mustard on hold Times of India, 2 days ago AIKS Expresses Concern over GM Mustard Peoples Democracy.in, 1 day ago Farmers' body asks govt to put GM mustard on hold Press Trust of India, 2 days ago
The Delhi government on Tuesday urged the Centre not to give clearance to cultivation of genetically modified mustard as allowing the agriculture technique for growing a food crop could pose threat to environment, soil, farmers and consumers health.Hindustan Times, 3 days ago Sisodia asks PM to say no to GM crop clearance HT Syndication, 3 days ago
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