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India - Agro-tech industry flays GM seed licensing policy (The...

The government needs to overhaul its innovation policy on seeds. It makes no sense to place binding restrictions on seed developers, pecuniary or otherwise. NEW DELHI: The agro-tech industry, including seed companies and biotech licensees, have ... Economic Times, 3 days ago

'Partner Mohammed Shahid Never Recovered' - A Stirring Conversation

I have been dreading writing this ever since I got a phone call from Ashok Kumar, a legend of Indian Hockey in his own right and the son of hockey wizard Dhyan Chand, informing me about the deteriorating health of Mohammed Shahid. I consider ...
 News18.com1 month ago

Banning H-1B visas will hit US economy: Nasscom

New Bill aims to prevent Indian companies from hiring on H-1B, L-1 work visas Mumbai, July 11: Two US legislators have made yet another attempt to restrict the movement of temporary Indian workers to the US by introducing a new Bill in the ...
 Hindu Business Line1 month ago

Preserving cinema

Do you know that we have lost 90% of our silent films? Before sound came in, about 1,700 silent films were made in India and we now have only five to six complete films and 12-15 film fragments in the archive? Oh, and we’ve also lost our first ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
New Indian Express

Openers make merry to put TNCA XI in control

CHENNAI: Centuries by K Bharath Shankar (119) and K Mukunth (136) helped TNCA XI score 419 for 3 against Hyderabad on Day 1 of their opening round match of the Kalpathi AGS all-India Buchi Babu invitation cricket tournament. Brief scores: At ...
 New Indian Express2 weeks ago
The Hindu

Old films to get new life

Here is your chance to contribute any film collectibles you own to the National Film Heritage Mission, striving to preserve the country's vast cinematic heritage In a country that thrives on and lives off films, there is an urgent need also to ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago

Telecom tower radiation not hazardous to health

JS Deepak, Union Secretary of the Department of Telecommunications and Information Technology, has dispelled fears that telecommunication towers are create health hazards for people. Deepak addressed a public outreach and awareness programme ...
 Chandigarh Tribune1 month ago
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