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MPs shows concern for not providing relief to farmers

ISLAMABAD-UNS: Senate /Standing Committee on National Food Security and Research, in its meeting on Tuesday, was briefed that ZTBL has provided agricultural loans worth 62 billions Rupees from January 2014 to September 2014. Chairman of the ... World Tribune Pakistan, 8 hours ago
Seed Bill 2014 approved by National Assembly panel Business Recorder, 6 days ago

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The Compass, 2 weeks ago
Sky News Australia, 2 weeks ago, 2 weeks ago
Knysna-Plett Herald, 8 hours ago, 1 week ago

Food subsidy to touch Rs 1.31 lac cr for implementing food law

The government's food subsidy bill is estimated to touch Rs 1,31,086 crore annually to implement the food security law, Parliament was informed today. "Annual food subsidy implication of implementation of National Food Security Act, 2013 (NFSA) at ...
 Business Standard2 months ago Parliamentarians cautioned against Plant Breeders Bill  VibeGhana.com5 days ago

PARC scientists urged to play role in promotion of soybean crop

Federal Minister for National Food Security and Research Sikandar Hayat Khan Bosan Monday urged agriculture scientists of Pakistan Agriculture Research Council (PARC) to play role in promotion of soybean crop in the country to save huge foreign ...
 4 Traders10 hours ago Sugar mills not making payments to growers: Bosan  Business Recorder5 days ago

Oil scandal prompts Ma to overreach his legal role

On Oct. 13, President Ma Ying-jeou (馬英九) convened the National Security Council (NSC) to review food security issues. Officials at the meeting included Ma and the vice president; the premier, vice premier and secretary-general of the Executive ...
 Taipei Times Online1 day ago
Dominica News Online

Suriname wants focus on food security, not marijuana

By Kenton X. Chance PARAMARIBO, Suriname -- The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) nation of Suriname says the focus of agriculture in the 15-member body at this time should be food security rather than marijuana cultivation. CARICOM has set up a ...
 Caribbean News Now!1 week ago

Deportees treated well - Gigaba

Johannesburg - Taxpayers have to foot the bill when foreign nationals deported from South Africa are turned away at their respective borders despite official documentation. This was revealed on Monday by Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba during ...
 IOL14 hours ago

Is the centre finally cracking down on subsidies?

India's subsidy bill is budgeted to be at Rs. 2.6 trillion, or 2.03% of GDP in the current financial year—of this, oil subsidies are expected to be Rs. 63,500 crore. Photo: Hemant Mishra/Mint New Delhi: By freeing diesel prices and (re)launching ...
 Livemint.com2 days ago Food subsidy to be lower than Budget target; lower oil price to help economy  Deccan Herald1 month ago
Arab Times

MP bill targets public brawl

The Pakistani and Syrian national seen fighting in the street over car parking space Fine, jail time eyed KUWAIT CITY, Oct 16: MP Nabil Al-Fadhel has presented a draft bill to punish those who engage in fistfights in commercial malls or complexes.
 Arab Times4 days ago
NRDC Worldview

Pentagon Sees Climate Change as Immediate Security Risk

Home › Contributors › › Posted October 17, 2014 in The Department of Defense released its on Monday, outlining how the U.S. military plans to adapt to the impacts of climate change. For the first time, the Pentagon discusses climate change as ...
 NRDC Worldview4 days ago Pentagon: climate crisis an immediate security threat  MSNBC1 week ago Pentagon: Climate change 'immediate' national security risk  Focus Bulgaria1 week ago Climate change 'immediate' national security risk: Pentagon  News.net1 week ago
The Star (Kenya)

Lethal maize disease threatens Kenya's food security

The country could be staring at major food shortage after the Maize Lethal Necrosis (MLN) disease destroyed hundreds of acres of the crop in Rift Valley, Central, Western and Eastern Kenya. In North Rift alone, the six counties, which are ...
 The Star (Kenya)1 week ago
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