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Nov 10, 2017
Scientist finds a new strains of soil bacteria that could be used to develop bio-pesticides in the futureCrystal proteins of Bt can be added directly to soil instead of chemical pesticides but their prolonged use may allow pests to develop resistance.
Oct 26, 2017
Centre working on new consumer protection law to crackdown on misleading ads, promises Narendra ModiThe government is coming up with this new law, replacing the Consumer Protection Act 1986, which will incorporate the revised 2015 UN guidelines on consumer protection.
Oct 11, 2017
Govt rolls out direct benefit transfer for fertiliser subsidy in seven states/UTsDirect benefit transfer (DBT) being implemented in the case of fertiliser subsidy payment is slightly different from the normal DBT implemented in cooking gas subsidy
Sep 28, 2017
Savings via direct benefit transfer cross Rs 58,000 cr mark: Union Minister Ravi Shankar PrasadRs 58,000 cr money is not private money it is tax payer's money which required to be saved and digital governance is doing that, Ravi Shankar Prasad said
Sep 28, 2017
Jayant Sinha’s rebuttal of Yashwant Sinha: In the debate over economy, son loses out to fatherJayant Sinha is regarded as one of the brightest ministers in the NDA government. But his rebuttal to his father Yashwant Sinha’s criticism of economy was notably weak and overlooked many crucial points
Sep 19, 2017
Indian scientists are testing dendritic therapy in the fight against cervical cancerCancer of the uterine cervix, also known as cervical cancer, is the second leading cause of cancer deaths among women in India.
Sep 18, 2017
Govt savings through direct benefit transfer touches Rs 65,000 crore, claims Prakash JavadekarDBT enables linking of Aadhar card to bank accounts and other subsidised services availed by citizens, covering a slew of government schemes.
Sep 07, 2017
Evaluating direct cash transfers Part-II: Correct the mistakes and go ahead, junking PDS reforms wholesale is no solutionCurrently, the burden of transitioning to the direct cash transfer system is on the poorest. The burden of change should be on the administration
Sep 06, 2017
Evaluating direct cash transfers Part-I: Problems are for real but most beneficiaries prefer new system to old PDSAs per the evaluation done by JPAL, nearly 20 percent beneficiaries did not get any cash. When people do not get either subsidised food grains or cash to buy it with, even if it is just 1 percent failure, it is cruel
Aug 19, 2017
Rising temperatures, higher humidity levels will endanger Indian lives by the end of 21st centuryHigh humidity levels coinciding with high temperatures are likely to create lethal weather conditions and imperil the lives of millions across large parts of India, Pakistan and Bangladesh by the end of the century.