Representative image India needs a second green revolution along with the next generation of reforms with a view to make agriculture more climate-resistant and environmentally sustainable, said an RBI article on farm sector challenges. Observing that Indian agriculture has exhibited remarkable resilience during the COVID-19 period, the article said "new emerging challenges warrant a second green revolution along with next-generation reforms". Despite the success in terms of production that has ensured food security in the country, food inflation and its volatility remain a challenge, which requires supply-side interventions such as higher public investment, storage infrastructure and promotion of food processing, said the article titled 'Indian Agriculture: Achievements and Challenges'. The article said Indian agriculture scaled new heights with record production of various foodgrains, commercial and horticultural crops, exhibiting resilience and ensuring food security during the … [Read more...] about India needs Green Revolution 2.0 to make agri more climate-resistant, sustainable: RBI
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Table of Contents (Quick Navigation) The largest ever task force assembled to fight organized crime in Asia has identified a long-time drug trafficker. A China-born Canadian national, as the suspected kingpin of a crime syndicate. Police say they syndicate dominates the $70 billion-a-year Asia-Pacific drug trade. The suspected syndicate leader is Tse Chi Lop, 55, an ex-convict who formerly lived in Toronto Canada. He has moved between Macau, Hong Kong and Taiwan in recent years. According to counter-narcotics officers. From four countries as well as law enforcement documents reviewed by Reuters . Authorities have not publicly identified Tse as the boss of the drug trafficking group. Brother Number Three The syndicate he is suspected of running is known to its members as “The Company.” Law enforcers also refer to it as “Sam Gor,” or Brother Number Three in Cantonese, after one of Tse’s nicknames. The Australian Federal Police (AFP), which has taken … [Read more...] about Task Force Chases Suspected Kingpin of Asian Meth Syndicate
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin The fact that we are in the grip of a global energy crisis is now beyond doubt. In the UK there are a slew of energy businesses going into administration, and pleas for government bailouts for energy intensive manufacturers. In the domestic economy, there are spiralling numbers of old people who, having survived Covid-19, are forecast to perish unless the winter is exceptionally mild. In recent months, France has seen some of its fastest growing green energy suppliers lose customers at a rapid rate, as the green premium looks increasingly unaffordable. Hydroption, a supplier of low carbon electricity, has been placed under judicial administration after failing to pay its suppliers and debts. India has suffered too, with shortages of coal in the second half of 2021 leading to outages and curbs imposed on energy hungry industries. In China, companies in the industrial heartlands have been told to limit consumption, and … [Read more...] about Will The Energy Crisis Help Clean-Up Bitcoin?