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Green groups spreading lies on GM crops
Times of India

Green groups spreading lies on GM crops

NOIDA: Nobel laureate Richard Roberts, a well-known advocate of GM crops who won the Nobel Prize in Physiology in 1993, on Wednesday blamed "green groups" for scaring people against GM crops in India. However, he said that in India, there is the ... Times of India, 1 week ago

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India TV

Niti Aayog bats for wider use of GM crops, RSS wing disapproves

Despite the Rashtriya Swayam Sevak Sangh raising objections to the use of genetically modified (GM) seeds, Niti Aayog has strongly supported the proposal for wider use of GM seeds arguing that it would revive agricultural growth in the country. ...
 India TV1 week ago Niti Aayog turns a deaf ear to RSS arm, bats for GM crop  Times of India1 week ago
Times of India

Many GM studies biased because of authors' links to companies

NEW DELH: Researchers have found that a large share of scientific studies on genetically modified (GM) crops were tainted by conflicts of interest, mostly because of having an employee of a GM producing company as one of the authors or having ...
 Times of India1 month ago Genetic modification neither panacea nor evil: Harsh Vardhan  MSN News US3 weeks ago Many studies on genetic modification biased because of authors' links to companies  GMO-free Europe1 month ago Crop spray makes wheat 20% larger... and it's GM free! Molecule already in the plant helps them to soak up...  Brief Report.co.uk1 month ago
Sott.net

Surprise! Journal studies on genetically modified crops are rife with conflicts of interest

Researchers affiliated with France's National Institute for Agricultural Research recently announced the results of their study regarding potential conflicts of interest and published studies on GM crops. The study was published by the journal PLOS ...
 Sott.net3 weeks ago Conflicts of interest and publications on GM Bt crops  AgroPages.com1 month ago Many GMO studies have financial conflicts of interest  Yahoo! UK and Ireland1 month ago No kidding: Many GMO crop research studies have financial conflicts of interest  Sott.net1 month ago
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Swadeshi Jagran Manch decides to audit Niti Aayog after it supports GM crops

NEW DELHI: The Swadeshi Jagran Manch, an affiliate of the RSS that deals with economic issues, will conduct a threadbare assessment of whether Niti Aayog has delivered on its mandate and how it can be nudged back in the right direction. SJM will ...
 Economic Times1 month ago 'Niti Aayog Removed From Ground Realities on GM Technology, Health'  News18.com1 week ago Roll back decision on wheat import duty, RSS farmers body  Chandigarh Tribune1 month ago

GM crops not harmful, says ICAR chief Mahaptra

day 18th Science and Environment Congress, organised jointly by the Odisha Environment Society and the OUAT concluded here on Sunday. Attending the function, Indian Council of Agriculture Research (ICAR) Director General and Union Agriculture ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago

Herbicide-resistant 'superweeds' and GM crops

New Delhi, Dec. 1 -- Herbicide-resistant "superweeds" change their mating strategies over time, an evolutionary shift that helps them hold onto valuable genes and outcompete other plants, including herbicide-resistant genetically modified (GM) ...
 HT Syndication1 month ago

Rajasthan says ‘no & never’ for allowing GM mustard

Opposing vehemently genetically modified (GM) food crops, the Rajasthan government today said no and never for commercial cultivation of yet to be approved GM mustard crop saying agriculture is the state subject and it has every right to decide what crop to ...
 Business Line2 months ago Raj govt says 'no & never' for allowing GM mustard  Business Standard2 months ago
Daily Trust Nigera

GM crops: WA Labor backflips on policy, will permit them to be grown

Labor has scrapped long-held plans to attempt to prevent the growth of genetically modified crops in Western Australia, admitting it is too late to stop their use. Key points: WA Labor changes long-held policy opposing growth of genetically ...
 ABC Online1 week ago Genetically modified crops, regulatory delays, and international trade  Food and Energy Security2 weeks ago Transgenic Crops: Alternative to Food Security in India  Seoul Times2 weeks ago GM crops: Between golden harvest and risks  Daily Trust Nigera3 weeks ago
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Pray for opposition to stop protests, Linturi tells church

Embu cotton farmers want ban on GM crops lifted Drama as Makueni judge, detective quarrel in court Meru varsity gives land to squatters Football Athletics Rugby Golf Others TalkUp Latest Sports Man United have lost traditions: Moyes ...
 Daily Nation1 month ago Embu cotton farmers want ban on GM crops lifted  Daily Nation1 month ago Embu's interim Jubilee officials urge Wambora, Kivuti, Mbarire reconciliation  LatestNigerian.com1 month ago Farmers in Embu urge Uhuru to lift ban on GM crops to enable them plant Bt cotton  LatestNigerian.com1 month ago
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