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Kashmir unrest: With mobile, internet snapped, Kashmiri students in Pune worry for their kin

  2016-07-19 07:32:42

Even as the situation in Kashmir is yet to come under control, the suspense over the well being of family and relatives is getting stressful for students and professionals hailing from the Valley and living in Pune. Unable to contact their families f...

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Make GM mustard data public, biotech regulator tells developers

  2016-06-21 07:14:45

The country’s top biotechnology regulatory body Monday asked developers of a genetically-modified mustard variety to place documentation related to the variety in public domain in the next few weeks to facilitate a fresh round of public consultation....

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Pollutants killing Powai lake’s biodiversity, says NGO

  2016-06-14 07:58:49

NGO Plant and Animals Welfare Society (PAWS-Mumbai) complained to the civic body about unauthorized sewerage and effluents being released into Powai lake. The activists said pollutants are affecting the lake's biodiversity. "We have submitted a let...

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Guwahati becomes first city to have 'City Animal'

  2016-06-07 08:30:45

The Assam state capital on Monday became the first city in the country to have its own City Animal with the Kamrup Metropolitan district administration declaring the Gangetic river dolphin as the mascot. In a press conference, Kamrup Metropolitan De...

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10-ft python carcass found in Agra sanctuary: wildlife NGO

  2016-05-06 06:23:06

New Delhi, May 5 () A Delhi-based wildlife body today claimed that it has found the burnt carcass of a 10-ft python and rescued a fawn and a piglet after a fire had recently ravaged Soor Sarovar Bird Sanctuary in Agra. "A large area of Soor Sarovar ...

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Japanese NGO pledges support to Tadoba corridor

  2016-04-11 07:11:29

A Japanese NGO has pledged support to protect tiger corridor connecting Tadoba-Andhari in Chandrapur and Navegaon-Nagzira in Gondia and Bhandara districts. A two-member team of Japan Tiger and Elephant Fund (JTEF), an NGO supporting groups working f...

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Activists concerned over absence of NGO witness in 2 jumbo autopsies

  2016-03-10 06:14:33

Wildlife activists are concerned that the post-mortem of two elephants found dead in separate incidents, was conducted without the presence of an NGO and local body member. In addition, information regarding the deaths of two elephants in the Nilgiri...

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Centre gives push to organic farming even as Punjab lags

  2016-03-02 04:21:31

The current certified area under organic farming in Punjab is a negligible 2,000 acres only and nowhere near the target of 3,000 acres set for the end of March 2016, as per data available from PAICL. - See more at: http://indianexpress.com/article/ci...

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Group of Secys recommends promotion of two GM pulses

  2016-02-22 12:16:05

While it is yet to take a final call on allowing commercial cultivation of genetically modified hybrid mustard, the government appears favourably disposed towards planting of GM pulses. A Group of Secretaries (GoS) on‘’Farmer Centric Issues in Agric...

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GM Mustard faces new hurdles: Eight more tests,

  2016-02-15 12:37:04

In a move that has effectively placed commercial cultivation of GM Mustard in cold storage for now, biotech regulator Genetic Engineering Approval Committee (GEAC) has outlined several steps before the hybrid could be brought back to the table for a ...

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Nagaland village erects monolith for conserving migratory falcons

  2016-02-10 06:42:15

Three years after a massive awareness campaign put an end to indiscriminate killing of thousands of Amur falcons that roosted at Pangti and other adjoining villages in Nagaland, which also fetched the village several laurels, the village council and ...

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Eye on safety, Govt defers GM mustard decision

  2016-02-09 05:58:16

HELPING THE government buy peace with activists protesting against granting clearance to the first transgenic food crop in the country, the biotechnology regulator on Friday deferred a decision on allowing the cultivation of a genetically-modified (G...

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