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CCRI working on new tech to save orchards

Nagpur: Even as the Central Citrus Research Institute's (CCRI) Technology Mission on Citrus (TMC) completes ten years, the institute faces new challenges that need to be addressed immediately. CCRI is taking the biggest challenge of saving the ... Times of India, 1 month ago

Ngp-Mum super-expressway work to start by year end

Nagpur: Work on the Nagpur-Mumbai super-expressway, which will provide a fillip to the economy of Vidarbha and Marathwada, will begin by the year end. According to a source in chief minister's office (CMO), the detailed project report (DPR) is ...
 Times of India1 month ago

A bolt from the blue

Nearly 2,500 people died in lightning in 2014. Recently at least 70 people in Bihar perished in just two days as fierce streaks of light lacerated the sky in howling, wild roar. Why do so many die in India in lightning? Has climate change something ...
 Chandigarh Tribune3 weeks ago

Daily Current Affairs - 1st July, 2016, Friday

1) NASA tests rocket booster for space mission a) NASA recently tested its most powerful rocket, the Space Launch System (SLS), carrying 13 CubeSats and an uncrewed Orion Spacecraft will be launched in 2018. b) The booster was tested at a cold ...
 PaGaLGuY3 weeks ago

Now is the time to manage our water

India is predicted to witness more than average yearly rainfall, thus breaking the last few drought cycles. But that does not mean we should forget to draw much needed lessons for managing drought likely to occur in the future. It is worth ...
 The Statesman1 month ago

Farmers urged to follow govt advisories to avoid losses

Nagpur: The delay in monsoon onset has created apprehension of waste of seeds and fertilizers etc among common farmers. However, the agriculture department as well as progressive farmers say that proper planning and listening to advisories from the ...
 Times of India1 month ago
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News Digest: Mayawati Expels Dalit for anti-Brahmin Facebook Post

Here are some important reports from the biggest newspapers of India: 1.) Mayawati expels Dalit for anti-Brahmin Facebook post Even as UP political theatre is abuzz with parties reaching out to Dalits, Muslims and backwards, Bahujan Samaj ...
 News18.com1 month ago

Agriculture science opens new avenuesnot a bad option after class XII

Pune: A degree in agriculture is a little explored option, particularly by students in urban settings. However, officials as well as former students say that the course makes many job opportunities availableare abound for students of this course.
 Times of India1 month ago
DNA India

Mumbai's MNCs go green

Lighting Lives Lighting Lives, the CSR project of Henkel India, has seen the installation of solar cells in three villages situated in the Palghar district of Maharashtra. Solar power thus generated has supplied electricity to the homes of 150 ...
 DNA India1 month ago

Above normal monsoon may add to farmers foes

PUNE: Forecast of excess rainfall this monsoon season is heartening after back to back droughts, but it's also likely to bring along a lot of problems for the country's farmers, agriculture experts said. Initial lethargy in monsoon's progress, ...
 Economic Times2 months ago
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