Stubble burning in Punjab and Haryana is a major cause of air pollution not only in the two states but also in the national capital.
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If individual cows that produce less methane could be bred with each other, it could bring down emissions, researchers say. Photograph: Alamy
Sustainable agricultural mechanization for food self-sufficiency in Africa, this is the new joint plan set up by the African Union and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.
The Centre Thursday appealed to neighbouring states like Haryana and Punjab to work with full sincerity and responsibility in persuading farmers not to burn paddy stubble in order to check pollutio
Sharp jump in crop residue burning in Punjab, Haryana in last 10 days.
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