Cutting fodder costs by adopting an innovative method

Share this on WhatsApp [hindu] Scientists from the Krishi Vigyan Kendra-Kannur (KVK) of Kerala Agricultural University, Panniyur, have developed an innovative method to grow fodder grass (CO-3 variety) on rooftops of cattle sheds to help dairy farmers grappling with space constraints and fodder scarcity. A recent experiment by Dr. T.

Navy’s first satellite GSAT-7 now in space

Share this on WhatsApp ISRO’s first defence satellite GSAT-7/ INSAT-4F is expected to significantly improve India’s maritime security and intelligence gathering GSAT-7, the country’s first advanced and full-fledged military communications satellite, was launched in the early hours of Friday from the Kourou space port of French Guiana space in South

India’s Mars mission in November

Share this on WhatsApp Slated to be launched by Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV-C25) India’s launch preparations for the ambitious Rs 450 crore Mars orbiter mission achieved a major milestone with the successful thermo-vacuum test of the spacecraft with its payloads (scientific instruments). It extensively tested the spacecraft under simulated

Economic And political Weekly August 31, 2013

Share this on WhatsApp Vol. 48, Issue No.35, August 31, 2013 Editorials Between ‘Industry’ and ‘Finance’Continue the Process of DialogueRegulating Sand Mining From 50 Years Ago From 50 Years Ago: Civil Rights Commentary Kishtwar’s Lava of Hatred    Anuradha Bhasin JamwalReviving Land Reforms?    Harsh ManderKarnataka Assembly Elections: Return of the AHINDA    Muzaffar AssadiCost of

Economic and political weekly August 24, 2013

Share this on WhatsApp Vol. 48, Issue No.34, August 24, 2013 Editorials Our Deadly BurdenUnbalanced GovernanceFlattening the World or Falling Flat? From 50 Years Ago From 50 Years Ago: A Barren Debate Commentary Ballooning Current Account Deficit: What Options?    Ajit K GhoseThe International Criminal Court and Its ‘Small Fry Justice’    South Asia