Should we care that there are now fewer than 1,000 Arvana-Kazakh dromedary camels in Kazakhstan, or only 900 Yakut cattle left in Siberia? The Food and Agriculture Organisation, based in Rome, thinks

Recently, the Tea Research Institute of the United Planters' Association of Southern India(Upasi) has developed a computerised model to forecast 'blister blight' infection in tea leaves, reports PTI

Nascent, nasty and lethal, ozone has risen to dangerous levels in Delhi, and is increasing in various cities

The adverse effects of ozone on human health

Conclusive evidence of crop damage by ozone in Pakistan

The Egyptian government scrapped controls on rents for farmland in October after a gap of five years. Egypt's 9,04,000 tenant farmers have become subject to a 1992 law allowing landowners to

the South Korean government temporarily banned the import of fruits from two areas of California on November 7 following the us administration's declaration that harmful insects were

the findings of the Central Institute of Research for Cotton ( circot ), New Delhi, published in the Indian Textiles Journal , say that it is favourable for the Indian industry that

Scientists of Parmar University of Horticulture and Forestry have claimed success in controling the premature leaf fall disease afflicting apple trees.

There is no terminator gene, it is only a concept, Monsanto India country director, Mr Terry Bunn said at a hastily convened press conference to scotch rumours about the $7.5 billion MNC's