Making provision for leasing instead of outright purchase of lands for corporate farming, in selected centres and encouraging research and development in both private and public sectors to develop

The curtain fell on the 3-day 4th WorldSpice Congress held here with subtle warning to Indian's spice world from experts and traders alike both from the domestic and international markets. The tone

Austrialian crop development agencies have abandoned their claims on two chickpea varieties after objections from India and other international groups. Austrialia admitted that the varieties were

Famous scientists M S Swaminathan on Friday called for setting up a National Coastal Management Trust to conserve the country's 7,500km-long coastline and the dependent marine

The Y2K problem which has left many a expert baffled and companies worldwide scrambling to solve the problem before the onset of the next millenium is 'not insoluble' says S Jayaprasannaraj, a

Tata Iron and Steel Co (Tisco) has planted 40,000 trees against a target of 77,582 trees in Jamshedpur town, steel works and Dimma by June 1998.

The panel appointed by the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) to frame regulations for plantation schemes is planning to segregate the schemes into deposit and collective investment

Fisher men in Kerla are seeing what they call the 'biggest fish drought in recent years' with sea fish landings in the state falling by about 45 per cent vis-a -vis the last year and nearly 75

The Delhi High Court has given four months time to the Delhi government to place before it a revised plan on hazardous industries in the

The United States president Clinton said documents, indicating a major tobacco company targeted children for cigarette sales confirmed his "worst suspicions" and called on Congress to pass a strong