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Salt-tolerant paddy brings hope to farmers

Scientists at the Rice Research Station of the Kerala Agricultural University (KAU) at Vyttila have successfully completed the first phase of field trials of a new variety of paddy tolerant to salinity intrusion, a major challenge faced by lowland farmers in ... The Hindu, 1 month ago

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KAU flags pesticide residue in spices, condiments

The Pesticide Residue Analytical Laboratory, Vellayani, of the Kerala Agricultural University (KAU) has warned of pesticide residue in spices and condiments such as cardamom, dried chilly, chilli powder, ginger powder, garam masala, and fenugreek. The caution ...
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Gujarat plans to give Kerala a run for its coconuts

The Gujarat government believe it can usefully utilise its 1,600-km coast for cultivating more coconuts in the coming years. Traditionally known as a cotton and groundnut grower, Gujarat is gradually making it as a coconut producer. In fact, its yield per hectare is better than the number one coconut producer in the country, Kerala. Tamil Nadu and Karnataka are also ahead in output but the Coconut Development Board and the Gujarat government believe the state can usefully utilise its 1,600-km ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Kerala girl bags 18 gold medals at horticulture varsity convocation

A girl student from Kozhikode, Kerala, has set a record of sorts by bagging as many as 18 gold medals at the sixth convocation of the University of Horticultural Sciences here. Delna Rose, the medal-winning student, has secured the 54th rank in the ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

Budget 2017 receives mixed reactions in coastal district

The 12th budget presented on Wednesday by Chief Minister Siddaramaiah has received mixed reactions in the coastal district. Prof G V Joshi, professor of Economics at Nitte Institute of Management and former member of Karnataka State Planning Board said that ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago
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BJP MPs lying on note ban as they are scared: Opposition

The Opposition in Rajya Sabha on Monday took the government to task for ignoring the woes of the common man hit hard by demonetisation and attacked Bharatiya Janata Party members for only painting a ‘rosy picture’ to the prime minister as they were ‘scared’. Congress leader Rajeev Shukla, participating in a debate on the Motion of Thanks for President’s address, said it was a ‘disappointment’ as there was nothing new in it. He said every speaker from ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

An ode to change

Industrialisation brings with it its own squalor and yet, the desires of the modern world are such that we increasingly want faster cars, faster aeroplanes, newer computers and smarter cities. The result is the death of the country side, and the imminent wars ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago

4-member panel to look into issues at SF colleges

Thiruvananthapuram: A four-member panel comprising vice-chancellors has been constituted to look into complaints against self-financing colleges. A decision in this regard was taken at the vice-chancellors' meeting convened by Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan ...
 Mathrubhumi1 month ago

Ban on Jallikatu 'nefarious design' of animal rights groups: Sivasenapathy

Ban on Jallikattu should be seen as a "nefarious design" of animal rights groups to wipe out native breeds in favour of corporates, alleged Karthikeya Sivasenapathy, managing trustee of Tamil Nadu-based Senaapathy Kangayam Cattle Research Foundation today.
 Business Standard2 months ago
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NE monsoon worst In 140 years, 144 Farmers dead, Tamil Nadu declares drought

The Tamil Nadu government declared a drought on January 10, 2017, after 144 farmers ended their lives (according to media reports here and here) between October and December, 2016. As many as 106 farmers were reported to have committed suicide in one month, ...
 Sify2 months ago
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