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  • Zimbabwe Farmers Fear Winter of Hunger After Poor Tobacco Crop

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    HARARE - Farmer Kenny Mabvumbe looked upset as he returned virtually empty-handed from the tobacco auction floors in the Zimbabwean capital of Harare. His decision to venture into tobacco farming ...

  • Vegetable prices poised to rise in West Bengal due to excess rainfall

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    While West Bengal may be able to meet its rice output target this year, it may soon be faced with inflationary prices in the vegetable market if the monsoon downpour continues in excess, experts ...

  • China grows most potatoes in world

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    China has become the world's largest potato producer, accounting for 25 percent of global production, official data said on Wednesday. The country grew 5.6 million hectares of potato in 2014, ...

  • Chinese people wish Beijing success in Olympics bid

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    Ordinary Chinese people expect Beijing to be the front-runner in the two-city race for the 2022 Winter Olympics ahead of the final vote by the International Olympic Committee (IOC). Li Maocuo, 22, a ...

  • Odisha urges Centre for adequate fertilizers

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    Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Tuesday urged the Centre to allocate adequate quantity of fertilizers to meet the demand of farmers in the state. Patnaik, in a letter to union Fertilizers ...

  • Higher provisions drag on government banks net

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    Lack of conducive scenario for credit growth, slippages in the restructured loan accounts and a huge exposure to iron and steel sector are a drag on public sector banks, said a sectoral ...

  • Bihar to name college after Kalam

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    Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Tuesday said the Kishanganj Agriculture College will be named after former president A.P.J. Abdul Kalam. "The government has decided to rename the college as ...

  • Former PIO minister MP musician inducted in TampT Hall of Pioneers

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    Eleven persons of Indian origin (PIOs), including a former minister, the youngest MP in the Commonwealth and a musician, have been inducted in the Hall of Pioneers of Trinidad and Tobago's National ...

  • Leaky vaccines may lead to more virulent viruses

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    Use of less-than-perfect vaccines or what are called "leaky" vaccines can lead to evolution of more deadly versions of a virus, researchers, including one of Indian-origin, have confirmed for the ...

  • Nitish Govt. to rename Kishanganj Agriculture University after Kalam

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    The Nitish Kumar-led Bihar Government has decided to rename the Kishanganj Agriculture University after former president Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam. Paying his tribute to the former president, Chief ...

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  • Tiny grains of rice hold big promise for greenhouse gas reductions bioenergy

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    Rice is the staple food for more than half of the world's population, but the paddies it's grown in contributes up to 17 percent of global methane emissions -- about 100 million tons a ...

  • Management strategies to reduce catfacing in peaches

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    A study of 'Contender' peach orchards evaluated six different vegetation-free strips maintained with and without irrigation. The photo shows immature peaches damaged by insects (frequently ...

  • Simulated seawater flooding decreases growth of vegetable seedlings

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    Scientists evaluated plant growth responses of 10 vegetables to simulated seawater flooding. The plants were flooded with SSW or tap water for 24 hours and grown subsequently for 2 weeks in a ...

  • Fed Moves Toward Rate Rise

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    Chair Janet Yellen is guiding the Fed toward its first rate increase in almost a decade as the nation approaches full employment. She has said the Fed is likely to tighten this year if the economy ...

  • Activists Turned Fur Terrorists

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    Jul 29, 2015 Two animal rights activists have been taken into custody after summer road trip took them across the country terrorizing the fur industry in 2013. FBI officials have...

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