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Swadeshi Jagran Manch, an affiliate of the Sangh Parivar, has asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi to withdraw the permission given in "undue haste" to cultivate GM Mustard crop, insisting that it is "unscientific, toxic and anti-biodiversity" and challenged claims that it will improve...

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi deserves thumping congratulations for demonetizing notes of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 denominations. This will hit hard at the fake note rackets being run by terrorists, and the large amount of monies stashed away by politicians, government officials and hawala operators. This move will provide much relief to honest taxpayers....

Swadeshi Jagran Manch (SJM) offers a few comments on the opinion expressed by the 6-membered IPR Think Tank, put on public domain from December 24, 2014. Providing a selfless and tireless service to the nation by promoting ‘Swadeshi’ cause for the long term benefit of not only economy but also a cumulative betterment of socio-cultural atmosphere for decades, made us to both...

PTI: India has made substantial offers like waiving off visa fees, granting market access and technical assistance to service providers from poor nations, showing its resolve to support the Least Developing Countries.
The offers were made at a high-level WTO meeting here convened to indicate proposals from developed and developing countries for preferential...

India and the US have already completed their bilateral consultations on the matter. The consultations were followed after the US filed a complaint in the WTO in February last year alleging discrimination by India’s national solar mission against American products.

The WTO’s dispute settlement panel, which is examining a complaint by the US against India’s domestic...

On January 26, 2015, the Republic Day of nation wher US president Barak Obama was Chief Guest, India notified the Dispute Settlement Board (DSB) of the WTO of its decision to appeal the WTO ruling that India’s ban on imports of various U.S. agricultural products, including poultry and eggs, breached numerous international trade rules.
Parties to a dispute can appeal a...

Developed countries should implement their commitments developing countries on climate change in accordance with their historical responsibilities: BASIC Minister

the Joint Statement issued at the 18th BASIC Ministerial Meeting on Climate Change held in New Delhi, India on 7-8 August 2014 asked the Developed countries should implement their commitments developing...

Supporting India’s tough stand at WTO on the food security issue, UN body for development of agriculture IFAD has said ensuring food for its people is more important than creating jobs in certain other nations.

“Creating jobs for some other country, while people are still hungry, doesn’t make sense... If I was in the position of feeding my own family or creating jobs...

The Commerce Ministry favoures the imposition of anti-dumping duty on solar cells. Believes it will boost manufacturing in the country and attract foreign investments in the sector.

This assumes significance as Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari, the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy and solar power producers are strongly opposing imposition of the duty.

“We...

Dharamshala: - Glaciers in the Amdo region of the Tibetan Plateau, the source of many rivers that sustain Asian subcontinent are melting faster than those in any other part of the world.

According to reports, 'the glaciers in Tibet have shrunk by 15 per cent over the...