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Safe mid-day meals a far cry

Few lessons learnt from Bihar mid-day meal tragedy, says report Aritra Bhattacharya aritra.bhattacharya Mumbai, 15 July One year is too short a time to put in place mechanisms to avert a tragedy like the one that occurred ... The Statesman, 5 days ago
Timing of leakage questioned The Statesman, 1 month ago

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On 1st anniversary of Bihar midday meal tragedy, new report warns of future mishaps

NEW DELHI: On the eve of the first year anniversary of the Midday Meal (MDM) tragedy in Bihar's Saran district, a new report released by India for Safe Food (IFSF) has found that that government is not acting decisively against pesticides to prevent ...
 Times of India6 days ago
India Today

Union Budget 2014: Tech to drive NDA's green revolution

elow-normal monsoon predicted for this year was a cause of concern for Finance Minister Arun Jaitley while planning the 2014-15 Budget allocation for agriculture sector. With some parts of the country facing a drought-like situation, the government ...
 India Today1 week ago

As NGOs cry foul, seed industry body defends IB report

NEW DELHI: With the NGOs raising a question whether the Intelligence Bureau is being used by foreign hands to take over India's vital seed sector, an industry body representing agriculture biotechnology companies on Friday came out in defence of the ...
 Times of India1 month ago Monsanto : As NGOs cry foul, seed industry body defends IB report  4 Traders4 weeks ago Foreign Hand In The IB Report?  Counter Currents1 month ago GM crop report row  Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago
Outlook India

War And Green Peace

His favourite quote, says Greenpeace International's executive director Kumi Naidoo, is from Mahatma Gandhi, whose photograph has always adorned his family home in South Africa. The man who fashioned civil disobedience as a mode of protest here had ...
 Outlook India1 month ago

Criminalising Dissent Before being voted out of office this year, the Congress-led United Progressive Alliance administration sanctioned open- field trials of 200 GM food crops in India . Monsanto's shares rocketed as a result (1). This decision ...
 Counter Currents1 month ago Criminalising Dissent against GMOs and Monsanto  RINF.com1 month ago Criminalising Dissent in India against GMOs and Monsanto  Global Research1 month ago

India-born scientist named World Food Prize recipient as activists cry foul

Aritra Bhattacharya Mumbai, 19 June India-born plant scientist Sanjaya Rajaram was today named as the recipient of the World Food Prize for the year 2014 for "scientific research that led to a prodigious ...
 The Statesman1 month ago

The IB report that has raised the hackles of civil society

NEW DELHI: On March 10, in the run-up to the Lok Sabha election, Greenpeace Australia released a research briefing on "Adani's record of environmental destruction and non-compliance with regulations" in India. On June 3, within days of the swearing ...
 Times of India1 month ago

From Global To Local In India

The Future is Fast. We are Faster. This ubiquitous billboard for a tech company neatly captures the zeitgeist in modern-day Bangalore, and rapidly-urbanizing India generally. Today, Bangalore's erstwhile appellation as Indias garden city' seems ...
 Counter Currents1 month ago
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