Operation Greens and Grameen Haats shall be able double the income of the Farmers

To improve the plight of the Farmers in the country, the Prime Minister Narendra Modi urged his officials to explore the possibility of involving students in competitions like hack…

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Farm-in-a-Box

Land size is reducing. Families are growing. The concrete jungles are increasing in the cities. Agriculture scientists are worried, where is the land to grow the fruits, vegetables…

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All India Agri Start Ups Convention and Awards 2018

21-22 February 2018 India is predominantly an agrarian economy with 55% population driving its livelihood from agriculture. In the last two decades, powered by the Government polic…

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Tearless and Sweet Onion

Onion is always responsible for the tears, may be in the kitchen or outside the kitchen. When an onion is cut, certain (lachrymator) compounds are released causing the nerves aroun…

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This Organic Solution : For Hygiene & Sanitation

Today, hygiene and sanitation are the major problems affecting all cities and villages equally. Heaps of garbage and dung is a common sight. This brings about insanitation in the v…

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Budding GADVASU Surgeons steal the limelight at National Conference

Post graduate students of Department of Veterinary Surgery and Radiology, College of Veterinary Science, Guru Angad Dev Veterinary and Animal Sciences University (GADVASU) Ludhiana…

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Students learn Life Skills at GADVASU

A three days' workshop on “Importance of Life Skills for Personality Development of Students” was organized at Guru Angad Dev Veterinary and Animal Sciences University by Departmen…

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Scientific Advisory Committee Meeting at KVK

Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Handiaya (KVK) organized its 1st Scientific Advisory Committee (SAC) meeting at KVK office. The SAC meeting was chaired by Dr Harish Kumar Verma, Director of …

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Government Seven-Point Strategy for Doubling Farmers’ Income

The Government is working towards increasing farmers’ income and that’s the reason the budget for Agriculture has been increased from Rs.51,576 crore in 2017-18 to Rs.58,080 crore …

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Boiling v/s Pasteurization of MILK

Pasteurization is a process in which the temperature of the raw milk is raised to a certain level for some time, and then immediately cooled to lower degrees to destroy most of the…

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Black Garlic Decreases the Risk of Cancer

There are two aspects of everything. One is white (Light) and the other is Dark (Black). Both the aspects are having plus and minus points. Similar is the case in the vegetables …

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National Banana Festival Begins at Kalliyoor

Centre Government has allotted Rs.98,725 Crore for Kerala from the year 2015 to 2018 for agricultural needs, of this Rs.48, 000 Crore has been already transferred to state governme…

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What Fish does to your Sleep & IQ

Children who eat fish at least once a week sleep better and have IQ scores that are 4 points higher, on average, than those who consume fish less frequently or not at all, accordin…

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Potatoes as a Convenience Food

Potatoes are commonly used vegetable worldwide. Some time the produce is as huge, the farmers are not getting the right price for the produce. For keeping in the Ware house the hug…

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National Conference “Agriculture 2022- Doubling Farmers’ Income”

The Hon’ble Prime Minister has kindly agreed to join the National Conference `` Agriculture 2022 - Doubling Farmers` Income `` in the last session on 20th February and hear all th…

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Run for Health, Happiness and Unity - Sharda Marathon 2018

18th February is the Day when Shri Jaspal Rana, an Indian Shooter along with Ms Sunita Godra, formar Indian Marathon Runner along with 8000 students of more than 70 countries of a…

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Sunny Leone : The new CROP PROTECTOR

“This year, I have a good crop on 10 acres. This has been attracting unnecessary attention of villagers and passersby. To ward off their evil eye, I thought of this idea of putting…

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Treating Diseases with this narrow leafed wonder

A global team including researchers from Spain, CSIRO and The University of Western Australia have shown that narrow-leafed lupins can provide alternative therapies for the prevent…

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Developing Rainfed Technologies for Dryland Agriculture

Developing rainfed technologies, which are integrated and implemented through convergence of various national/state agriculture/rural /tribal development programmes in Bastar reg…

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Of Bananas and Lore

Since times unmemorable, the banana plant has been cultivated all around the world; mainly in South East Asia, especially in India. From there, it spread to the world through Arab …

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