The variety can be grown in both kharif and rabi seasons, claims the progressive farmer who has been focusing on introducing new fragrant paddy varieties in Jagatsinghpur.
The first batch of kulhads produced by the Om Sai Mahila Producer Group in the district was dispatched to the Indian Railways on Friday.
Though a difficult task, Dr Ramakrishna, a resident of Chavali village in Vemuru, cracked NEET-PG despite the overhaul in the entrance examination pattern for PG courses.
Through a volunteers' organisation, 'Friends Society', started by him in 2003, he donates clothes, rice and other essentials to the poor.
He worked at various IT firms till 2015 and as operations manager at a pharmaceutical company before he quit his job and switched to practising natural farming in 2018.
A foldscope is a paper microscope that can be assembled from the simplest of components such as a sheet of paper and lens, and costs less than Rs 100 to make.
The millets, whose multifarious health benefits have been rediscovered in the recent past, are now becoming the staple diet for many suffering from various illnesses.
Witnessing its success, over 2,000 LDR devices have been set up in 600 gram panchayats of Hanamkonda, Warangal, Mahabubabad, Jogulamba Gadwal and Sangareddy districts.
Healthcare workers and medical officials have been asked to take steps to increase the number of normal deliveries in their respective areas.
The development is a result of farmers’ relentless protests to save more than 400 acres of land from the clutches of land mafia, reports Abhilash chandran
The Kerala chapter of IAP first thought about such a support programme in 2020 but the Covid outbreak delayed its launch.
Subramanian Krishnan, who aspires to sell a billion rice pancakes, wants to make this simple dish a household staple abroad
Four engineering students from Mysuru develop low-cost cooling cart for vegetable vendors to keep their produce fresh
Though an average student, Ramachandran says, it was his proficiency in sports, especially in running, that helped him get selected to the Indian Army in 1976.
The department pays him for four to five months of nesting season, under a separate scheme.