'Chekutty' - The Flood Stained doll , symbol of Kerala's resilience.

When things go wrong, then there are a hundred ways to make it right. That is the message from the ruins of Chendamangalam Handloom. Chendamangalam was one of the worst flood-affec…

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The Kerala Veterinary and Animal Sciences University (KVASU) started flightless birds study center.

With an aim to study physiology and artificial incubations of flightless birds, The Kerala Veterinary and Animal Sciences University (KVASU) has started research center. Flightles…

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India confronts fall armyworm invasion

The fall armyworm is planting destruction to cereal crops, mainly maize in India. It is a native of America.

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FDI touched $1 Billion mark in Food Processing Industry

Food Processing Minister Harsimrat Kaur Badal claimed that FDI in food processing industry has touched new heights. She added "When we took over the government in 2014, FDI in the…

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Celebrating the Women in Coffee

October 1st is celebrated as International Coffee day across the globe.

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GI tag for "Alphonso' Mango"

Alphonso Mango which is considered as a superior variety of Mango and commonly called as King of Mangoes gets GI tag.

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Flood Affected Plantation seeking Government Attention.

Aftermath of Flood in Kerala is far reaching, and its impact on agriculture is devastating. Kerala with its agriculture mainly focused on plantation sector has estimated loss of 50…

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The Organics and Millets International Trade Fair 2019 announced.

The Organics and Millets International Trade Fair 2019 will be held from January 18 to January 20 at Bangaluru Palace.

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Correcting Gender issues: Center asks States to add Women in land records

On occasion of a two-day conference in association to Mahila Kisan Diwas, agriculture minister Radha Mohan Singh said the government will address the issue of recording women farme…

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Amitabh Bachchan to pay off loans of 850 farmers

Mumbai: Bollywood Superstar Amithab Bachchan has promised to settle bank loans of 850 farmers from Uttar Pradesh. He was involved in paying off loans of 350 farmers from Maharashtr…

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India may face criticism in WHO global meet for poor air quality.

Steady rise in pollution level has created an alarm among world countries. On this occasion World Health Organisation (WHO) has called for an international community comprising Hea…

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Name your cow to get more milk.

Do you call your cow by name? Don't ever think what is there in a name, because, the name matters. If you call a cow by name, then they will produce more milk. The scientists fro…

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24 October 2018: United Nations Day

The United Nation is an organisation dedicated to international peace and stability. It was established in the year 1945. 24 October has been celebrated as United Nations Day.

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Rahul Gandhi promised easy loans and jobs for farmers in Rajasthan

Sikar: Congress Chief Rahul Gandhi in his visit to Rajasthan as part of Election Campaign has promised easy loans and jobs. In Sikar, 70% of the population is dependent on Agricult…

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More Grains and Less fruits , A question to rethink

The quantity of cereals produced is far more than vegetables and fruits required to meet the nutritional level of individuals. The world produces different types of grains and sour…

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Government Likely to approve Rs. 2477 crore for Animal Husbandry Infrastructure Development Fund

In order to improve infrastructure in the animal husbandry sector, the Government is likely to approve Rs. 2477 crore for Animal Husbandry Infrastructure Development Fund.

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Kudumbashree determined to spread message of Organic Farming

In the eve of extensive use of vegetables which are cultivated using fertilizers and pesticides, it is the need of the hour to create awareness among the general public, about the…

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Unexpected Snowfall in Kashmir caused severe loss to apple growers

After a nine year gap severe and unexpected snowfall has destroyed the apple orchards across the Kashmir valley on the first week of November. The unexpected snowfall has affected…

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World's biggest air purifier in China

China known for its poor quality of air has started an experimental initiative by erecting a 100-meter tower in Shaanxi Province in Xian. According to the scientists leading the pr…

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Pepper price dip following Breach in import Regulation

When import of pepper is already creating issues for farmers, more problems are being added to the farmers by the import of Sri Lankan pepper which has market rate higher than Indi…

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Banned Pesticides in India

Pesticides and fertilizers are vital part of agriculture. In order to meet the demand of food for booming world population, usage of pesticides and fertilizers are unavoidable fact…

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Making of Sky Garden : A unique way of Rooftop Paddy Cultivation

A paddy field on top of your home is not a myth, it is a reality. To know that you can harvest your rice from your own rooftop is almost like a mission impossible becoming mission…

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Cheruvayal Raman the Guardian of Indigenous Paddy Seeds

Cheruvayal Raman is a familiar name among those who work to protect indigenous seeds and promote organic farming. But for those who need an introduction, Cheruvayal Raman is a trib…

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Record Market Price for Cardamom

Idukki : Cardamom marks record market price. In the scenario of Kerala flood , this turned to be a relief for the farmers. Cardamom farming has faced severe blow during Kerala flo…

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Onion Supply to be increased in Delhi

The buffer stock of onion will be released to increase the daily supply of onions in the market of National Capital in order to keep prices at a moderate level.

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China to open its USD 2 bn rice market to India

India has made a deal with China to open up its 2 billion USD rice import based on an agreement signed between Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to China.

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Drones in Indian Agriculture

The impact of Technology in agriculture is a positive trend, as it is the solution to feed the teeming population. Food security is a question that needs to be addressed, in the ba…

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GoodDot plant-based meat, a new trend in the Indian food industry

Meat is an integral part of cuisine all over the world. Though many are aware of it's not so healthy side and also the amount of violence involved, a restriction on its consumption…

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Over 50 farmers gathered for 2nd edition of KJ Kisan Club

The second edition of Krishi Jagran Kisan club was inaugurated at Mayyanad Krishi bhavan which comes under the aegis of mayyand panchayath, kollam. More than 50 farmers attended…

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All about the Kerala flood that changed the course of development

It was raining as usual in the God's own country - Kerala, where rain is a part and parcel of normal life. Rainy days are much welcomed, even it is part of state's monsoon tourism.…

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