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Training on pisciculture 18.12.2017 The Assam Tribune
Training on pisciculture
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Sentosa’s SEA Aquarium, Singapore: everything fishy 14.12.2017 Hindu: Travel
Wave at cheerful dolphins and stare down a shark at the South East Asia (SEA) Aquarium
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Shrimp exports may double in 5 years: Crisil 13.12.2017 HBL: Agri-biz
India’s shrimp exports are likely to double and touch $7 billion by 2022 in the wake of strong demand, high quality, improved product mix and increase in aquaculture area in Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat, O...
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CRISIL expects Indian shrimp export's doubling by 2022 13.12.2017 Latest News
Indian shrimp export, says rating agency CRISIL, could nearly double to $7 billion (Rs 45,000 crore) by 2022, driven by strong demand, high quality and improved product mix. And, an increase in aquaculture area in Andhra, Gujarat, Odisha and West Bengal, while Asian rivals battle structural issues and rising domestic consumption.CRISIL notes India became the biggest exporter of shrimp in FY16, ahead of Vietnam by $100 million. A year on, the country has decisively pulled ahead, at $3.8 bn of export against Vietnam's $3 bn last year.Since 2010, shrimp production in Asia has been hit by disease, flooding, labour issues, and tightening environmental norms. Output in Vietnam has declined by 40 per cent from peak levels because of shortage of fresh water, salinity intrusion and illegal shrimp farming. Thailand, once the top exporter, is now ranked fifth, after a 65 per cent plunge from peak levels. In 2016, China's shrimp production dived by 60 per cent even as its consumption more than ...
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Meet on fishers’ perception of vulnerability to climate change 13.12.2017 Hindu: Cities
Tuticorin Research Centre (TRC) of Central Marine Fisheries and Research Institute (CMFRI) organised an interactive meet on “Fishers perception of vulnerability to climate change and its adaptation s...
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Mysterious disease wastes South Florida's corals, and scientists are racing to find a cure 10.12.2017 LA Times: Commentary

A mysterious epidemic continues to sweep South Florida’s reefs, transforming corals into lifeless skeletons and threatening undersea structures that support tourism, provide hurricane protection and serve as homes to a vast range of marine life.

Called white plague, white blotch and other names,...

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Flock tales from the coast 8.12.2017 Hindu: Youth
Birders identify rare species of migratory pelagic birds that have made a winter home on the hospitable shores of Arichal Munai and Dhanushkodi
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Cyclone Ockhi leaves its impact on marine landscape 7.12.2017 Hindu: Home
Cyclone Ockhi has left a trail of destruction not only on land but in the near-shore areas of the seabed and long stretches of the shoreline along the coast of Thiruvananthapuram. The intense wave ac...
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Antimicrobial resistance big threat to humans: UN Environment report 5.12.2017 All News-IANS Stories
Antimicrobial resistance from environmental pollution is among the biggest emerging health threats, a UN Environment report said on Tuesday.
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Ockhi raises questions overState’s disaster preparedness 1.12.2017 Hindu: Home
Coastal people allege the storm has exposed basic flaws in the system
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Farmers decry move to downgrade NRCB 1.12.2017 Hindu: Tiruchirapalli
Say banana cultivators are dependent on it for advice
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CPCRI to host farmers’ meet 30.11.2017 HBL: Industry & Economy
The Kasaragod-based Central Plantation Crops Research Institute (CPCRI) will organise a farmers’ meet and agri-business expo at Kasaragod in Kerala from January 5-10. A press release said here tha...
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Scientists resent move to merge sugarcane breeding institute with IISR 30.11.2017 Hindu: Home
Scientists here resent the move of the Union Government to merge the 105-year-old ICAR-Sugar Breeding Institute (ICAR-SBI) based in Coimbatore with the Lucknow-based Indian Institute of Sugarcane Rese...
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Marine fungi : a source of cosmeceuticals 28.11.2017 HBL: Home
Scientists world over have established that marine fungi is an effective and safe way to improve various skin-related issues. Marine fungi are slowly and steadily becoming popular for their health ...
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Residents oppose fish market, sludge treatment projects 28.11.2017 Hindu: News
Express fears over possible pollution and traffic congestion
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Stalin opposes ICAR’s move to merge, CIBA, SBI, NRCB 27.11.2017 Central Chronicle
Agencies, Chennai Opposing the ICAR’s proposal to merge research institutes like CIBA, SBI (Coimbatore) and... more »
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Proposal on ICAR institutes opposed 27.11.2017 The Hindu - Tamil Nadu
The proposed merger of three central institutes of Indian Council for Agriculture Research (ICAR) has evoked strong protests from scientists and political leaders in Tamil Nadu.An expert committee he...
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Surge in oxygen levels led to explosion of life: study 26.11.2017 Hindu: Home
This biodiversification took place between 445 and 485 million years ago
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High oxygen led to explosion of life 400 million years ago: Study 26.11.2017 Latest News
Ordovician Biodiversification Event, brought about the rise of various marine life, tremendous change across species families and types
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Mexico creates national park to protect marine life 25.11.2017 All News-IANS Stories
The Mexican government has created a large marine reserve around a group of islands home to hundreds of species including rays, whales and sea turtles.
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