Originally published: Reuters
Originally published: Nation of Change
The case of genetically modified (GM) mustard in India has reached the Supreme Court. The government has said it will bow to the court's eventual ruling. That ruling could green-light GM mustard as first commercial GM food crop.
Hyderbad: A report by the State Food Laboratory (SFL) at Nacharam released on Tuesday declared that genetically engineered (GE) food samples, collected by the GHMC food control officers, were prohibited and unsafe. The labelling on a product of General Mills, called Chocolate Cheerios, proclaimed that it contained GE food ingredients, said the laboratory’s chief public analyst N Ravindra.
Prominent civil society members Aruna Roy, Medha Patkar and Prashant Bhushan today urged the government not to approve the release of GM mustard citing “non
By: Vandana Shiva
Monsanto objects to a government proposal that would force it to share its technology with local seed companies
Despite a current ban on GM crops in agriculture in Switzerland, taxpayer money is being used to develop GM crops in India
MUMBA: Agri-biotechnology major Monsanto India on Tuesday announced resignations of its Chief Financial Officer, Abdul Alim Sayed and Director C Ravishankar.