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Increasing farm labor scarcity and depletion of natural resources such as water are posing a major threat to the sustainability of traditional puddled transplanted rice (PTR) farming in Eastern India. Dry-seeded rice (DSR) or non-puddled transplanted rice (NPTR) could be used as an alternative to PTR. To understand the trade-off with different water management and rice genotypes under non-puddled conditions, a field experiment was conducted during 2014–2015 on a sandy clay loam soil of Bhubaneswar, Odisha.

The project will be developed in a non-solar park model, where bidders are given a free hand to choose their land

Govt proposes Rs 11k-cr plan to boost domestic solar panel manufacturing

For last forty-five years, the author as a doctor has watched the progress and development in medical science from close quarters. Diabetes and cancer stand out prominently among the ailments.

JAGATSINGHPUR: A good number of illegal brick kilns have come up in the district and environmentalists have opined that these brick kilns are responsible for rise in temperature in the region as we

Order of the Supreme Court in the matter of Ashwini Kumar Upadhyay Vs Union of India & Others dated 19/04/2018 regarding appointment of Lokpal/Lokayukta in states of India. Supreme Court directs all the states to expedite the process of appointment of Lokayukta at the earliest and inform the Apex Court of the progress reached on 10/07/2018 by means of a status report.

A total of 38,037.40 hectares of forestland have been encroached by private persons in the State, informed Forests and Environment Minister Bijayshree Routray in the State Assembly in response to a

The Centre on Tuesday handed over reference of the Mahanadi water dispute to the chairman of Mahanadi Water Disputes Tribunal, Justice A M Khanwilkar.

The Odisha Government demanded an early handover of the Mahanadi tribunal’s terms of reference during the first regional conference meeting of five States held in Kolkata on Monday.

Though the State Forest Department claims that the forest cover of Odisha has developed in the last few years, by citing an aerial photographic survey, it cannot be accepted as true.

We are being befooled by the executive", was how a "frustrated" Supreme Court said on Tuesday while ruing the fact that around Rs one lakh crore worth of funds meant to protect the environment and

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