Multinational Companies and National Companies prepared foods to meet the growing population. But to increase the production, they used pesticide and insecticide to enhance it.
After eating these foodgrain, they destroyed all the organs of the people and made billions of dollars. Now they’re coming up with new medicine like magnesium tablets to treat cancer. It’s the second step to do business and earn another billions.
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Fish oil may burn fat faster than weight loss pills for obese people in their 30s and 40s, Kyoto University researchers report.
Fish oil activates receptors in the digestive tract, fires the sympathetic nervous system and induces storage cells to metabolise fat. Fat tissues do not all store fat. “White cells” store fat in order to maintain energy supply while “brown cells” metabolise fat to maintain a stable body temperature. Brown cells are abundant in babies but decrease in number with age.
A third type of fat cells — “beige cells” — have recently been found in humans and mice, and have shown to function much like brown cells.
“We tested whether [having] fish oil and an increase in beige cells could be related,” said senior author Teruo Kawada. The researchers concluded that there is a link between the two.
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The juvenile offender in the Nirbhaya rape and murder case is set to walk out of the special home in the next few days, after the Delhi high court on Friday refused to stay his release citing lack of any legal provision to intervene.
But the court can remand him to be inside, better than allowing to give free space for a culprit.
A bench of Chief Justice G Rohini and Justice Jayant Nath instead directed the Juvenile Justice Board and Delhi government to chart out a plan for his “social mainstream.
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Since 2001, one Indian farmer has committed suicide every half hour. Is climate change to blame?
Like most modernizing countries, India has seen a decline in the number of individuals who engage in agriculture for a living.
In the decade between 2001 and 2011, for example, the government estimates the number of Indian farmers declined by 9 million people, which marks the first absolute decline in this segment of the population since 1971. As a percentage of the total populace, farmers declined by 7 percent during the last decade, and they now constitute less than a quarter of India’s population.
These numbers, in and of themselves, don’t necessarily constitute a bad trend. After all, a decline in the agrarian population could be a sign of increased productivity, or simply greater opportunities in the urban population.
Yet one harrowing sign of the state of Indian farmers is the suicide rate.
For decades Indian farmers have been committing suicide at alarming rates that are well above the rates of the population at large, which itself has been rising. Moreover, the problem does not appear to be getting any better; in fact, it is if anything worsening, despite the state’s efforts to address the problem.
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Farmers Federation Of India [FFOI]:
This is an independent party who’s going to rule India in the near future.
If Farming is there and growing, then only India will be growing because India is an agriculture oriented country.
Now India is growing but always in deficit budgeting, because all farmers commit suicide and land has been confiscated from them by political means and erected new structures like building, mall, etc.
India belong to farmers and farmers can rule India. Industrialist can grow with the help of farming community only.
All farmers will start farming changing the farm from multi-oriented pesticide and insecticide use to organic farming using our own house-hold material like cow dung, ash, peeled skin of vegetables, etc. ]
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