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MP: State urged to oppose commercial cultivation of GM mustard
Hindustan Times

MP: State urged to oppose commercial cultivation of GM mustard

Farmers unions and civil society groups in Madhya Pradesh have expressed opposition against the Central government's possible move to introduce genetically modified (GM) mustard for commercial cultivation and have warned of strong street action if ... Hindustan Times, 4 days ago
Farmers Cry Foul Over GM Mustard Cultivation New Indian Express, 3 weeks ago

PAU told not to conduct GM mustard field trials

The Punjab government on Wednesday issued directions to Punjab Agricultural University (PAU) not to conduct further field trials of genetically modified (GM) mustard crop, following the concerns expressed by a civil society group. I have asked ...
 The Hindu6 days ago Punjab govt not to conduct field trials of GM mustard  Smart Investor1 week ago Punjab not to conduct field trials of GM mustard  New Delhi Pioneer6 days ago
5 Dariya News - English

Stop commercialisation of GM Mustard says farmer unions, Scientists and civil society

GM Mustard is an assault on our food, farm, environment and culture and we will not let it happen declared farmer unions, scientists and civil society organizations in Punjab/Haryana. This was at a joint press conference in the city today.
 5 Dariya News - English1 week ago Farmers criticise GM promoters covert practises  Livemint.com2 weeks ago

Continue ban on GM crops, activists urge Bengal Govt.

Alleging that the Centre is going to approve the commercial cultivation of a genetically modified (GM) mustard seed under the guise of hybrid mustard, Coalition for a GM-Free India urged the State Government to continue ban on use of GM crops in ...
 The Hindu1 week ago NGOs urges govt not to approve GM mustard  ZeeNews.com2 weeks ago Activists urge Javadekar to make public all info on GM mustard safety  Hindu Business Line3 weeks ago

Assist Women in Growing Millets

CHENNAI: The role of women farmers in growing millets in Tamil Nadu is significant, as they constitute more than half of their male counterparts. However, with the available resources and backbreaking drudgery, many have preferred giving up ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago

Shutters on Greenpeace

New Delhi, Nov. 6: The Tamil Nadu registrar of societies has cancelled Greenpeace India's registration, effectively asking the environmental group to shut down all its operations across the country. The registrar in the southern state has told ...
 Calcutta Telegraph2 weeks ago

Rice, wheat, mustard ... India drives forward first GMO crops under veil of secrecy

3rd November 2015 A secret application has been made to India's GEAC (Genetic Engineering Appraisal Committee) for a new variety of GMO mustard to be released for cultivation. If accepted, this would be the first GMO variety to be approved in ...
 Ecologist3 weeks ago Rice, Wheat, Mustard … India Drives Forward First GMO Crops Under Veil Of Secrecy  Counter Currents3 weeks ago
Counter Currents

Genetically Modified Mustard In India! It Is Unneeded, Unwanted And Unsafe Bhopal, November 2nd t 2015: Following a news report confirming that an application for approval for commercialization of GM mustard has been moved with the apex regulatory body GEAC (Genetic Engineering Appraisal Committee in ...
 Counter Currents3 weeks ago Seeds of Corruption: Unneeded, Unwanted and Unsafe, the Case of Genetically Modified Mustard in India  RINF.com3 weeks ago
Star of Mysore

Seed Festival begins in city

Mysuru, Oct. 28- ZP President Dr. Pushpa Amarnath inaugurated the 2-day Seed Savers Meet and Seed Festival organised by Sahaja Samrudha at Nanjaraja Bahadur Choultry on Vinoba Road in city this morning. Addressing the gathering, she said that all ...
 Star of Mysore4 weeks ago 2-Day Seed Savers Meet, Seed Festival in city  Star of Mysore4 weeks ago

Female farmers suffer twin productivity blows

Female farmers suffer from a double disadvantage of a lack of access to funds and labour, which leads to their farms being much less productive than those headed by men. A study in the journal Development Studies last month found that limited ...
 SciDev.net2 months ago
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