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Jan 22, 2018
Hyderabad-based scientists get a step closer to developing disease-resistant variety of maizeorghum Downy Mildew (SDM), which is a foliar disease caused by a fungus called Peronosclerosporasorghi, has been an issue of concern for maize farmers.
Dec 20, 2017
Premier League: West Ham's David Moyes questions Manuel Lanzini ban, says there's no consistency in decisions“I‘m disappointed because I don’t see much consistency,” Moyes told reporters after West Ham’s 1-0 League Cup defeat by Arsenal.
Dec 13, 2017
Nagaland to revive traditional rice varieties in wake of climate changeThe hilly state of Nagaland has initiated steps to revive traditional rice as well as millet varieties which over the years gave way to high yielding crop varieties for various reasons.
Nov 13, 2017
Narendra Modi in Philippines: PM visits International Rice Research Institute in Los Banos, meets Indian scientistsModi on Monday visited the global rice research centre in the Philippines and got a briefing from scientists at the institute which is working towards developing better quality of rice seeds
Nov 01, 2017
Odisha imposes seven-month ban on sea fishing to protect endangered Olive Ridley turtlesWith the Olive Ridley sea turtles' breeding season approaching, Odisha government agencies have imposed a ban on Wednesday on sea fishing activity to protect the endangered marine animals.
Oct 28, 2017
Punjab and Haryana procure over 173 lakh tonnes of paddy so far, expect bumper cropAgrarian states Punjab and Haryana have procured over 173.21 lakh tonned of paddy this season so far, Food and Supplies Department officials said on Saturday.
Sep 28, 2017
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Sep 27, 2017
Yingluck Shinawata, ousted Thailand PM sentenced to 5 years in jail for criminal negligenceThailand's top court on Wednesday sentenced ousted premier Yingluck Shinawata to five years in prison for criminal negligence
Sep 25, 2017
Govt pegs 2.77% fall in kharif foodgrain output at 134.67 mtIndia's foodgrain production is estimated to decline by 3.86 million tonnes to 134.67 mt this kharif season on account of poor rains as well as floods in some parts of the country
Jul 23, 2017
If President Kovind can follow in Governor Kovind's footsteps, India’s higher education will be well-servedPresident-elect Ram Nath Kovind's social background will give a further thrust to the plebian ethos in the management of higher education.