Sunday, July 25, 2021

Putting the Ganges water in plastic bottles becomes toxic, carcinogen ...

Haridwar, 29 November 2020 Filling of Ganga water in plastic bottles becomes toxic. The Ganges river water is no longer antibacterial. The rice grown on the banks of the Ganges contains carcinogen. Why is the river giving nectar changing its behavior? Hindus bring Ganga water in plastic boxes from many places like Gangotri Dham, Haridwar etc....

RKBY to ensure coverage to farmer’s loans and crops by 18 company

Back in 1999, the government introduced the National Agriculture Insurance Scheme (NAIS) or the Rashtriya Krishi Bima Yojana (RKBY) to ensure coverage to farmer’s loans and crops. The scheme did not get off to a good start, lying dormant for a long time and later on being selectively employed to cater to the political motivations of some politici...

Farmers of Gujarat learned from resourceful mathematics that despite g...

Gandhinagar, 9 August 2020 The business acumen of the farmers of Gujarat is amazing. He knew that the trade industry would collapse because of Corona. Therefore, the cotton wire industry will not be booming in the coming months. Therefore, its commercial consumption is not going to last. Knowing this, farmers reduced the cultivation of cotton. L...

DST encourages translational research on Carbon Capture, Utilisation &...

CCUS is one of the identified innovation challenges in the Mission Innovation (MI) Programme, a global initiative of 24 countries and the European Union to accelerate the global clean energy innovation in which the Department of Science & Technology (DST) is an active partner The DST has already funded 19 R&D projects in the area of CCUS...

96 to 104 per cent rainfall in western India including Gujarat, monsoo...

Gandhinagar, 16 May 2020 Jayant Sarkar, director, Indian Meteorological Department, Ahmedabad, said the south-western part of the country, including Gujarat, is likely to receive 96 to 104 percent rainfall this year. The monsoon is likely to arrive in Kerala on June 5, followed by rains in South Gujarat 15 to 20 days later. The Meteorological D...

Rupani, who drinks your water, look at this account

Gandhinagar, 18 May 2020 The third-year phase of the water campaign has started on April 20, 2020. As on 18 May 2020, 916 works have been completed in 33 districts and 4688 works are in progress. Check dam lakes, reservoirs, small and big river lakes are being deepened. The operation, which started in 2018, had an additional storage of 23,500 lakh...

Chief Minister Vijay Rupani, know the truth of grain aid

Gujarat has given 42.48 lakh quintals of free market value of Rs.975.93 crore to 92% of the total population of the state. Rs per person. The item of 162 is given for one month. Which is going to be a daily thing of Rs. 7 kg of grains, sugar, oil, salt, lentils. All this is given to these five things in one month one or one and a half kilos per man...
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Farmers beat thali to Rupani government, Chief Minister lied about pay...

Dwarka, 23 November 2020 No one has come for a month to assess the damage crope caused to farmers in Gujarat's farms, because late rain . There is no proposal in the state government. No one has come to the farmers' field to conduct any survey with the state government. So how long will farmers keep this rotten crop? Farmer leader Palbhai Amb...

GSFC scam of Rs 262 crore, share price reaches Rs 10 crore

Gandhinagar, 1 December 2020 Gujarat State Fertilizers and Chemicals Limited - GSFC, a leading public sector company of the Government of Gujarat, is involved in the Rs 262 crore scam. Investments worth more than Rs 262 crore have been sunk by the Gujarat government-owned public company. In November 2020, the price has been reduced by Rs 262 cro...

Similar effect of climate change on Dussehri of Lucknow and Kesar mang...

Gandhinagar, 2 July 2021 Kesar mango of Gujarat and Dussehri mangoes of Lucknow have been badly damaged due to climate change. Both these mangoes are world famous for their colour, texture and taste. Both Keri have suffered heavy losses this year due to climate change. Both the mango crops are in trouble. The production of all types of mangoes i...
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Gujarat Congress will agitate in villages to withdraw black agricultur...

Gandhinagar, 12 January 2020 The egoistic BJP government at the Center granted a stay to the Supreme Court against the unconstitutional of 3 agricultural laws. The decisions which state that these laws were unconstitutionally enforced. It is not enough for the Supreme Court to stay. It should be withdrawn. Therefore, Congress will fight in the v...

Bitter for millet farmers controlling diabetes and heart disease

Gandhinagar, 16 June 2021 The trouble for the farmers in Gujarat is that the place where the millet is grown the most is the place where the storm came and it rained. So this millet has now come in the market and has turned black due to rain. there is no cure. It is used as animal feed. Therefore, farmers have to sell it at a price lower than th...

A new variety of sugarcane has been discovered, which is best suited f...

Gandhinagar, 31 October 2020 In the last few years, farmers have suffered due to red rot disease of sugarcane. Now a sugarcane has come out which will eliminate this problem. The Indian Sugarcane Research Institute, Lucknow and Uttar Pradesh Sugarcane Research Council, Shahjahanpur have developed new varieties of sugarcane. 14201 (CoLk-14201) wh...

Modi did not approved, then Gujarat farmer Bt Bolgard 3 to sow illegal...

Gandhinagar, 26 May 2021 After Monsanto's Ballguard 1 and Ballguard 2 varieties, Monsanto has offered the Ballguard 3 variety to farmers around the world. But the central government does not allow Bolgard 3 Bt cotton seeds in India, including Gujarat, and Montanso is not interested in doing business in India because he does not receive much roya...

There are locusts in 190 hectares in 9 districts of Gujarat, no harm t...

Gandhinagar, 23 May 2020 Scattered locusts have been spotted in some areas of Gujarat. The survey was conducted by 276 teams from 8 to 21 May 2020. An area of ​​9925 hectares was surveyed. The presence of desert locusts was observed in an area of ​​190 hectares. The locusts were controlled with pesticides in an area of ​​112 hectares. An averag...