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Australia have their best squad of the year available for Saturday's Tri-Nations opener against South Africa because they can choose a team from 26 fit players, says coach Eddie Jones.
India has harvested its first biotech crop despite persisting fears over health and ecological risks posed by genetically-modified organisms, RAMA LAKSHMI reports.
As large economies expand further, powerful rivalry may emerge and lead to trade disputes or conflicts. While the United States and Europe now seem to be going down this traditional route, China and India are commendably taking a different, more positive #8216;Asian way.#8217;
B>G/B>ENETICALLY modified crops may be the answer to agricultural woes these days, but for a group of farmers in Tamilnadu, South India, going back to basics is still the best way to cultivate vegetables and farm products that are free from harmful pesticides and chemical fertilisers.