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Rajasthan not ready for GM mustard: Minister
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Rajasthan not to allow GM mustard even if Centre approves

Biotech regulator Genetic Engineering Appraisal Committee (GEAC) has already approved a proposal on genetically modified (GM) mustard variety developed by the Delhi University's Centre for Genetic Manipulation of Crop Plants. DNA, 1 week ago
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GM mustard tests were rigged, activists urge Dave to scrap GEAC recommendation

A day after the Genetic Engineering Appraisal Committee (GEAC) gave a positive recommendation to genetically modified mustard, activists urged Union Environment Minister Anil Dave against the crop, claiming that the tests performed were rigged.GEAC, the ...
 Prokerala2 months ago GM Mustard could open door for 100-odd crops in pipeline  Business Standard2 months ago Hope SC lifts stay on GM mustard seed release: SEA  Business Standard2 months ago

Scientists back GM mustard, say will help create better hybrids

Agriculture scientists came out in the open on Monday, backing the indigenous genetically modified mustard, which they said would lead to the creation of better and high-yielding hybrids. The National Academy of Agriculture Sciences (NAAS), with 625 members, ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago GM mustard: Agri scientists press for okay  Business Standard1 month ago Farm scientists' body demand early govt nod on GM mustard  Business Standard1 month ago Agri scientists bat for GM Mustard  Prokerala1 month ago
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Anil Dave was not in favour of GM mustard: Vandana Shiva

The late environment minister, Anil Madhav Dave, did not support the commercial use of genetically modified (GM) mustard crops in India, environmental activist Vandana Shiva has claimed. The minister, who died last week, was to have taken the final decision ...
 Business Standard2 months ago AgriMin to promote GM mustard after environmental clearance  The Financial Chronicle2 months ago 'Agri Min Will promote GM mustard if approved by Envir Min'  Business Standard2 months ago Growing clamour against GM mustard; Dave meets protesters (EDS: Adding Dave's meeting with protesters)  Business Standard2 months ago

Cotton seed firms no longer need NOC from license providers

Indian cotton seed companies will no longer require a No-ObjectionCertificate (NoC) from license providers for developing and registering new varieties based on theirtechnology.The Protection of Plant Varieties and Farmers' Rights Authority(PPVFRA), the body ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

Harsh Vardhan takes charge of environment ministry

Union minister Harsh Vardhan today took over the charge of the environment ministry that fell vacant after the death of Anil Madhav Dave. Dave had passed away on May 18 after suffering cardiac arrest. He was 60. The government had subsequently handed over the ...
 Business Standard2 months ago

Farmers, activists demand rollback of approval for GM Mustard

Students, farmers' unions and environmental activists today protested outside the Ministry of Environment demanding immediate rollback of the approval for commercial use of GM Mustard. The activists alleged that the Genetic Engineering Appraisal Committee ...
 Business Standard2 months ago Students, activists, farmers protest commercial use of GM  Business Standard2 months ago
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