FSSAI publishes draft GM food regulation

In a move that should clarify the regulations on genetically modified foods, the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) has released a draft regulation stating that no one can make or sell food products or food ingredients derived from genetically modified organisms (GMOs) without prior authorization. The draft …

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Prices for building materials are soaring

By Prakash VL Cascading effect of fuel prices, foreclosure impacts construction industry Despite a marginal drop in fuel prices, industry insiders say there has been a continued rise in fuel prices that has had a huge impact on the construction industry. As the transportation of construction materials is affected, builders …

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Inference of human chromosome abnormalities taking into account the haplotype

Importance Gains and losses of whole chromosomes (aneuploidies) are the leading cause of miscarriages in humans and birth defects. Recent work has shown that in addition to harmful meiotic aneuploidies, mitotic aneuploidies (which lead to mosaic embryos harboring cells with different chromosome numbers) can also be common in preimplantation embryos …

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The Kyle Rittenhouse trial and its verdict

Defense attorney Mark Richards delivered his final argument in Kenosha, Wisconsin on Monday. (Sean Krajacic / Pool / Getty Images) Kyle Rittenhouse sparked the fatal shooting in Kenosha, Wisconsin last year by pointing his AR-15 type gun at Joseph Rosenbaum, prosecutors said Monday during oral argument in his homicide trial. …

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Will the EU stop its investment bank from hiding a third of its loans?

The European Investment Bank, the EU’s parent bank, has just released a shocking new draft of its transparency policy that would allow it to continue to keep a third of its loans secret and hide decision-making from the government. public review. This week, the bank’s board of directors, made up …

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What are the most common potato diseases in Rwanda? | New times

Scientists have said there is a need to find effective ways to deal with a deadly disease dubbed “Bacterial Potato Wilt Disease (PBW)” which continues to plague Irish potato growers. According to researcher Florence Uwamahoro, the disease is very widespread. “We conducted a survey in 10 districts and found that …

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Letters to the Editor | The Economist

November 13, 2021 Listen to this story Your browser does not support the item . Enjoy more audio and podcasts on ios Where Android. Letters are welcome by e-mail at [email protected] Data hoarding You have a rosy view of the use of current, high frequency data in economics, which you …

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