Intervet (India) Ltd is launching a project pregnant with possibilities for India's bovine population. The project, at Jagannathpur in Orissa, seeks to inject new breeding techniques for cows at a

global trials on for hepatitis--B indication : British multinational Glaxo has registered its potential blockbuster anti-AIDS drug, lamivudine (also known as 3-TC), with the Drugs Controller

A new interactive software that could analyse health parameters of a person and indicate his risk status and factors with regard to cardiac diseases, has been launched at Bangalore.

Environmentalists and scientists have cautioned the government that mere checks under exitsting laws cannot prevent the entry of the genetically-engineered crop seeds that turn sterile after first

seek immediate government intervention : Scientists at the Punjab Agriculture University Luchiana and the Haryana Agriculture University Hisar are alarmed at the prospects of likely introduction

Lobsters are fancy species among fish lovers with price being no barrier in markets like Singapore, Japan and the US. The National Institute of Ocean Technology (NIOT) , involved in the development

India will protect knowledge of traditional medicines and instal a system to protect the intellectual property rights of the local communities, who are the holders of indigenous knowledge, industry

Keeping in mind the need to improve the development of horticulture crops in India and enhance their export potential, the Indian Centre for Agriculture Research (ICAR) will lobby to safeguard

Following sanctions imposed by Japan in the aftermath of nuclear tests, the Centre is planning to postpone discussions on eight power projects which were shortlisted for the 1998-99 OECF loan

The Power Finance Corporation (PFC) will provide Rs 2,000 crore to the Maharashtra State Electricity Board (MSEB) for modernisation of thermal power stations and construction of new ones. PFC has