Concealed cuttings, bulbs and seeds have led to a conviction and a $7000 fine for a woman returning to Australia through Brisbane International Airport. The woman was charged with an illegal import offence after a baggage inspection at the ... Australian Government DAFF, 2 weeks ago
In a rare act, the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Agriculture has come to whistleblower Ashok Khemka's support, ordering a Central government inquiry into the pesticide scam that the Haryana IAS officer uncovered. The committee also stood by ...The Hindu, 3 weeks ago
CHANDIGARH: The Congress government in Haryana will soon have to return crores of rupees to the Centre after the parliamentary standing committee on agriculture has found truth in IAS officer Ashok Khemka's allegations that farmer subsidies had been ...Times of India, 3 weeks ago
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