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Safe to consume milk from LSD-infected cattle: IVRI official

It is safe to consume milk from cattle infected by Lumpy Skin Disease, which is a non-zoonotic infection and not transmissible from animals to humans, according to a senior official of Indian......

Covaxin output scaled up to 500 million jabs a year: Bharat Biotech

This apart, to further increase capacities, Bharat Biotech has partnered with Indian Immunologicals (IIL) to manufacture the drug substance for Covaxin. The technology transfer process is......

100 million Covaxin vaccines by Sept

The production of Covaxin will increase from the current 10 million doses per month to 60 million-70 million by July-August.Sohini Das reports. IMAGE: People wait to get a shot of the COVID-19......

FULL TEXT: President's address to Parliament

Here's the full text of President Ram Nath Kovind's customary address to the joining sitting of Parliament on the first day of the budget session. Honourable Members, This joint sitting of......

'We know whom Modi is batting for'

'We will resist it.''Farmers will not let that happen.' IMAGE: A farmer protests against the Centre's farm laws at the Ghazipur border in New Delhi, December 30, 2020. Photograph: Arun Sharma/PTI......

Why Dr Kurien Deserves The Bharat Ratna

It is largely due to his vision and efforts that we have almost quadrupled our per capita milk availability in the last 40 years, points out Shailesh Dobhal. IMAGE: Dr Verghese Kurien cuts a cake......

Budget 2020: Farm experts pitch for scrapping GST on agri-inputs

Bharat Krishak Samaj demanded that the Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana should be replaced with a new crop insurance and compensation scheme. Removing of GST on agri-inputs, revamping crop......

Are farmers in India and China losing the plot?

Lack of literacy is compromising the ability of farmers in India and China, two of the world's most populous countries with the smallest farm size, to raise productivity without losing soil......

3 factors robbing the cream off dairy farmers' lives

Cheap milk prices, rising fodder cost and the difficulties in buying new cattle and selling old ones on account of cow vigilantism have cast a triple shadow on this sunshine sector in Indian......

'Dr Kurien was beyond caste, creed and religion'

'The controversy created by a Gujarat minister was totally unnecessary and unwanted.''It is a disgrace that a person who happened to be Gujarat's finance minister, spoke this kind of rubbish.'......

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