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KAU embarks on a mission to rejuvenate hill garlic

Long crop duration makes ryots go in for hybrid varieties ‘ Malai poondu ’ or hill garlic grown on the hills of Kanthalloor and Vattavada areas of Idukki district of Kerala are known for its unique flavour, pungency, taste, medicinal properties and longer shelf life . But the long crop …

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Depreciating rupee comes as no solace to exporters

A combination of higher input costs, tariff uncertainty, IGST refund woes leads to export contraction in September, the first time in six months Exporters in India are not happy with the current policy and exchange rate situation even though they should be cheering the depreciating rupee. A combination of higher …

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When technology bolsters identity

Old-economy companies are buying or investing in tech firms, as their definition of ‘core’ changes Ask Pirojshaw Sarkari why a traditional business such as Mahindra Logistics, of which he is the CEO, picked up stake this year in ShipX, a provider of transport management solutions and he tells you, “Because …

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India helped Maldives restore democracy, says Gayoom

‘India-first policy will continue under the new government’ India played a “positive” role in restoration of democracy in Maldives by “exerting pressure” on the ruling regime, and the new government in the island nation would be “sensitive” towards New Delhi’s “concerns”, said former Maldivian President Maumoon Abdul Gayoom on Sunday. …

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Developer fined for violating NGT norms

Action taken for not covering construction material The Noida Authority on Sunday fined a developer Rs. 5,000 for not adhering to the National Green Tribunal norms regarding construction. The developer was fined for not covering construction material at a site in Sector 63. The developer was warned of stricter action …

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