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GM mustard to get commercial nod: Activists

Activists warn against genetically modified mustard

A group of activists here on Wednesday warned the Genetic Engineering Appraisal Committee (GEAC) against making any attempts to approve commercialisation of GM (genetically modified) mustard, a statement said.Releasing a briefing paper on Delhi University's ... Prokerala, 2 weeks ago
Conspiracy against mustard DNA India, 6 days ago
GM mustard to get commercial nod: Activists, 2 weeks ago

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GM mustard developed by DU under fire

Email this Print The Genetic Engineering Appraisal Committee (GEAC) under the environment ministry is about to approve commercialisation of a genetically modified (GM) variant of mustard food crop developed by Delhi University (DU), civil society ...
 Smart Investor2 weeks ago

Were GM mustard trials illegal?

Activists oppose commericialisation of genetically modified variety of mustard alleging violations in field trials, suppression of bio-safety info on testing and contamination of local species The commercialisation of genetically ...
 DNA India2 weeks ago Environment ministry considering GM mustard for commercial approval  MSN News US2 weeks ago Government Considering Approval to GM Mustard  New Indian Express2 weeks ago

Illegal Bt cotton seeds seized from stores

NAGPUR: Even as Monsanto awaits approval for its two new varieties of genetically modified (GM) cotton seeds, illegal versions have already flooded the market. Each pack of approximately 500 grams is being sold at a price ranging from 900 to 1000.
 Times of India1 week ago Seeds of doubt: Monsanto never had Bt cotton patent  Times of India3 weeks ago

Bangla minister's stand on GM crop holds lessons for India

Bt Brinjal, a variety of genetically modified Brinjal plant. Bangladesh Agriculture Minister Matia Chowdhury has set an example by politically challenging extreme environmentalists and private-enterprise-hating ideologues, which is in contrast to ...
 Bdnews24.com3 weeks ago GM crops, India can get lessons from Bangla minister  Truth About Trade1 month ago Dhaka's stand on GM crop holds lessons  Millennium Post1 month ago

ECOSOC UNITED NATIONS ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COUNCI : Former Members of 1540 Group of Experts Meet at Cape Town to Appraise Efforts Implementing Resolution, Share Unique Views, Experiences

(Office for Disarmament Affairs) - Thirteen of the eighteen former members of the Group of Experts that supports the work of the Security Council's 1540 Committee concluded a two-day meeting in Cape Town, South Africa. It was organized by South ...
 4 Traders1 month ago

India eases stance on GM crop trials

Five years ago, India was a hostile place for researchers testing genetically modified (GM) crops. Its government barred the commercial planting of a transgenic aubergine (a vegetable locally known as brinjal) after protests from anti-GM activists.
 BlackSeaGrain.net1 month ago Govt cautious in clearing field trials of GM crops  Livemint.com1 month ago
Indian Express

One year of Modi govt: India Inc, be patient

Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw , Chairman and Managing Director, Biocon, remains optimistic about her expectations from the Modi government and advises the rest of India Inc to keep faith as well Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw Prime Minister Narendra Modi has just ...
 Financial Express1 week ago

Commodity Weekly Report Ways2Capital 23 June 2015

International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde warned Greece it would get no leeway on a huge debt payment as EU ministers warned they were looking at a plan B for a possible default. Eurozone finance ministers holding a crisis meeting in ...
 Press Release Ping1 week ago

Thanks to Modi's push, GM mustard set to hit Indian markets

Activists are aghast that at a time when the entire nation is concerned with laxity in food safety regulation as seen in the Maggi case, the Modi government is pushing GM food crops without adequate safety assessment and transparency Prime Minister Narendra Modi may have opposed BT brinjal in his earlier avatar as chief minister of Gujarat but at present he is batting hard for genetically modified crops. Launching the Doordarshan Kisan channel for farmers earlier this month, Modi came out ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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