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About 447 results for "genetic engineering approval committee"

Government drops enough hint to allow confined field trials of GM crops
Times of India

National Farmers Empowerment Initiative pitches for allowing t...

On July 18, the Genetic Engineering Approval Committee, had given the green signal for field trials of genetically-modified rice, mustard, cotton. NEW DELHI: Farmers body NFEI today met Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar and pitched for allowing ... Economic Times, 1 month ago
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MONSANTO : AWAITS CLEARANCE TO BEGIN FIELD TRIALS IN INDIA

Monsanto Company has been waiting for clearance from the Genetic Engineering Approval Committee for its GM corn and Round-up Ready Flex cotton. The company hopes approvals to hold trials will be given soon. The GM corn will help ...
 4 Traders2 weeks ago Monsanto awaits clearance to begin field trials in India  Hindu Business Line3 weeks ago

Battle lines sharpen over GM

The Genetic Engineering Appraisal Committee, by granting approval to GM trials even before the Supreme Court ruled in the matter, has shown an
 The Hindu1 month ago
Financial Express

GM mosquitoes to check dengue menace?

A British company has approached Indian authorities seeking permission for technology trials of a certain genetically-modified mosquito claiming it will fight dengue menace. The modified male mosquito named '513A' will have a gene that ensures its ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago Genetically modified mosquitoes to check dengue menace?  Times of India1 month ago
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Colorado voting guide suggest GMO labelling will raise food prices

A guide published for voters in Colorado suggest that required labelling of genetically engineered products will raise food prices and cost consumers. Food Safety news reports those comments were published in the Blue Book, a voting guide published ...
 Fresh Plaza1 week ago Colorado's Blue Book: GMO Labeling Will Raise Grocery Prices  Truth About Trade2 weeks ago

Trials and regulations

The promise and performance of genetically modified crops in agriculture is once again under the spotlight, with the sanction given by the Genetic Engineering Approval Committee for confined field trials of several food crops. In its last days, the ...
 The Hindu2 months ago
Business Standard India

Foreign fears, Indian tears

The lingering uncertainty over the field trials of genetically modified (GM) crops is tacitly hurting the government. That is because a large number of GM seeds held up because of the indecision on field trials have been created by public sector ...
 Business Standard India3 weeks ago Surinder Sud: Foreign fears, Indian tears  Smart Investor3 weeks ago
Rediff.com

Ban first, learn later: MPs accept paid 'US study tour'

Three weeks after the Bharatiya Janata Party overruled field trials for 15 genetically modified crops, a group of members of Parliament from Bharatiya Janata Party and the Shiv Sena are heading to the US on a week-long study tour sponsored by global seed giant, Monsanto. The group departs on Saturday. The MPs will first attend a 'Farm Progress Show' in Iowa, then visit the Monsanto headquarters in St Louis, Missouri. The trip will cost an estimated $6,000 (Rs 363,540) per head for travel, food ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago After GM food trial ban, MPs head for Monsanto junket  InToday1 month ago

Mahyco pins hopes on new Government to speed up regulatory approvals

From a humble beginning in 1964 as a seed production company, Mahyco has come a long way to become the country's leading agri-biotech company today. It was the first Indian company to commercialise transgenic bollgard cotton hybrids (Bt ...
 Hindu Business Line1 month ago

All about Genetically Modified food

Picture for representational purpose. Three common arguments are advanced to the citizens of India as justifying the need for genetically modified crops. None of these owe their intellectual genesis to the present NDA government (which is ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 month ago
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