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India Becomes Destination Country for Healthy Foods Like Millet: Tomar at G-20 Agriculture Meeting

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India is emerging as the destination country for healthy foods like millet and the government is promoting biofortified varieties to fight malnutrition, Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar said on Sunday as he virtually participated at the G-20 meeting on agriculture. Tomar said the United Nations (UN) accepted India’s proposal and declared 2023 as the...

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International farmers warn of impact of climate change

by on September 18, 2021 0

Ahead of COP26 in Glasgow, farmers attended an Oxford Farming Conference (OFC) event to highlight the harsh realities of climate change and its impact on the industry. Martin Lines from Cambridgeshire, Ellen Litchfield from South Australia and Tumaini Elibariki from Tanzania each spoke about the day-to-day realities of dealing with adverse weather conditions. Martin,...

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From noodles to crisps: Global investment explodes as businesses brace for post-Covid era

by on September 12, 2021 0

Global companies, from noodle makers to semiconductor giants, are investing in new factories and machinery like they haven’t in years. On the supply side, the blockages caused by the Covid-19 pandemic are forcing companies to invest in new production facilities; calls for a cleaner environment drive spending on electric vehicles, batteries and alternative energies;...

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Tax hikes will ruin efforts to boost business investment and end the productivity crisis

by on September 9, 2021 0

A spokesperson for the Treasury said “the government is committed to supporting the economy, businesses and investment,” calling the super-deduction announced in March “the biggest reduction in activity in two years of modern history, encouraging business investment “. Hiring is also threatened. Currently, the economy is generating jobs quickly – the Office for National...

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Spooner, Daoust and Fillier, a trio among Canada’s top scorers in women’s world hockey

by on August 29, 2021 0

CALGARY – Teammates Natalie Spooner, Sarah Fillier and Melodie Daoust continued to be a productive line for Canada at the World Women’s Hockey Championship. CALGARY – Teammates Natalie Spooner, Sarah Fillier and Melodie Daoust continued to be a productive line for Canada at the World Women’s Hockey Championship. The three women scored four goals...

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