November 24, 2014 – Shah Faisal Afridi – There is an emergent need to reorganize the agriculture sector of the country, and bring about the revolution in the production of agriculture. The agriculture lands are being drastically reduced in the country and Food-related social unrest is putting burdens on already weak or borderline governance systems
November 23, 2014 – BR Report – Keeping in view dry weather condition in most of irrigated agriculture plains in the country, farmers should schedule first irrigation plans to water the sowed wheat crop. The Met Office in its weather advisory said the normal first irrigation should take place within 25 days of wheat sowing.
November 21, 2014 | by Janet Fang Researchers have just discovered the novel breeding strategy of a critically endangered (previously assumed extinct) frog: mating and laying eggs in live bamboo. Until now, no other frog has been known to do this. And these “direct developing” eggs hatch into tiny froglets—no tadpole stage here. The findings
Saturday, 22 November 2014 The School of Health Sciences of City University London is offering dean’s scholarships for UK, EU and International students with a profile of academic and clinical excellence. Scholarships are awarded for one of MSc Advanced Practice in Health and Social Care courses in the October or January intake. To qualify for
November 19, 2014- Molly Shea – Yahoo – Health, Food, Nutrition, Rice – We first heard the bad news in 2012. Rice contains arsenic, Consumer Reports proclaimed in a riveting 2012 study. But it left us with a host of questions: Which types of rice have the highest levels of arsenic? Which have the lowest?