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Agrochem sector pins hopes on rabi season 8.11.2005 ET: Jobs
Agrochem sector pins hopes on rabi season
Translational research is the new buzzword 5.11.2005 Hindu: Kerala
Aim is to translate research findings into product processes
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Well-advanced mutations of illicit trade 5.11.2005 HBL: Opinion
Mois?s Naim's book Illicit is about how smugglers, traffickers, and copycats are hijacking the global economy. New technologies and lower transport costs have made possible trade in a new range of goods, ranging from pirated software to `genetically modified marijuana'. The book, says D. Murali, is about a disturbing surprise of globalisation and how "networks of stateless traders in illicit goods are changing the world".
Tulasi Seeds gets best entrepreneur award 4.11.2005 HBL: Industry & Economy
IN 1990, Mr Tulasi Ramachandra Prabhu of Guntur took to cotton cultivation, which promised good returns. In the first year, the hybrid he used did live up to the promise, and he made some money. The next year, he brought more land under the ...
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Edible rice vaccine possible for allergies 1.11.2005 New Kerala: Health News
TOKYO: Japanese scientists say an edible pollen-allergy vaccine based on genetically modified rice might lead to safer and cheaper allergy treatments.
Pest-killing GM cotton still potent after all these years 29.10.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
Genetically modified cotton plants are continuing to fend off the pink bollworm after eight seasons, much to researchers' surprise
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Pest-killing GM cotton still potent after all these years 29.10.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
Genetically modified cotton plants are continuing to fend off the pink bollworm after eight seasons, much to researchers' surprise
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Pest-killing GM cotton still potent after all these years 29.10.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
Genetically modified cotton plants are continuing to fend off the pink bollworm after eight seasons, much to researchers' surprise
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Pest-killing GM cotton still potent after all these years 29.10.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
Genetically modified cotton plants are continuing to fend off the pink bollworm after eight seasons, much to researchers' surprise
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Pest-killing GM cotton still potent after all these years 29.10.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
Genetically modified cotton plants are continuing to fend off the pink bollworm after eight seasons, much to researchers' surprise
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Pest-killing GM cotton still potent after all these years 29.10.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
Genetically modified cotton plants are continuing to fend off the pink bollworm after eight seasons, much to researchers' surprise
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Pest-killing GM cotton still potent after all these years 29.10.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
Genetically modified cotton plants are continuing to fend off the pink bollworm after eight seasons, much to researchers' surprise
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Vidharbha: awaiting a deadly harvest 28.10.2005 Hindu: Opinion
In the three days the National Commission on Farmers team toured Vidharbha, there were six suicides. In Panderkauda, the body of the latest farmer to take his life entered that town's hospital the same day the team arrived there for a meeting on farm er distress.
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High margins trigger increase in soya oil imports 21.10.2005 HBL: Industry & Economy
SOYABEAN oil imports into the country have displayed a significant spurt this year with arrivals increasing by over 100 per cent from last year. Imports expanded to 18.2 lakh tonnes (lt) during the first 11 months of the current oil year from ...
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Genetically engineered groundnuts a boon to diabetics: Minister 21.10.2005 Hindu: Karnataka
`Grown by scientists of UAS, they will help in meeting the insulin requirement'
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'60 pc of Bt cotton sown in Punjab unauthorised' 18.10.2005 HBL: Agri-Biz & Commodities
ABOUT 60 per cent of Bt cotton seeds sown in Punjab are of unauthorised varieties that have not been approved for commercial sale by the Union Government, said Prof R.B. Singh, Member, National Commission on Farmers. "Hybrid cotton seeds ...
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`Provide quality seeds to farmers at affordable prices' 16.10.2005 Hindu: Kerala
Entry of multinationals has jacked up prices of seeds
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Asian groups for ban on genetically engineered rice 15.10.2005 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi: Ahead of the World Food Day on Sunday, a coalition of 17 Asian organisations have called for a ban on introduction of genetically engineered (GE) rice as it arguably poses a risk to health and environment.
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Fighting malaria with GM technology 13.10.2005 Hindu: Science & Technology
The plan is to breed, sterilise and release millions of these male insects so they mate with wild females but produce no offspring
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Genetically modified mosquitoes to combat malaria 11.10.2005 New Kerala: Health News
By Prasun Sonwalkar, London: Genetically modified mosquitoes could soon be released into the wild in an attempt to combat malaria in places such as India and other parts of South Asia.
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