New Delhi – “On November 26th, we celebrate Constitutional Day in India. We must internalize the letter and the spirit that our constitution fathers gave us in 1949 and make it our own. This great Charter must be respected, protected and implemented in every detail for every single citizen of our country and especially for… Leggi tutto »
The war’s intense conclusion and a drought combined to wipe out the famous Afghan pomegranate harvest in Kandahar Province, during a devastating national economic crisis. From: New York Times
They received foreign and domestic financial support, kept their camps organized and looked for ways to be seen while trying to avoid violence. From: New York Times
The government withstood months of protest, with both sides refusing to compromise, before it unexpectedly bowed to the farmers’ demands this week. From: New York Times
Poultry industry chief tells MPs the government’s overseas workers scheme has come too late.
An unconventional school wants to attract a new crowd to French agriculture, and help farms earn a profit. From: New York Times
The year-long standoff between PM Modi’s government and some 40 farm unions continues. from: BBC News
A shortage of carbon dioxide used to stun pigs at abattoirs means a backlog of animals is growing.
A vast crowd of protesters, some riding on tractors, rallied in Uttar Pradesh state. from: BBC News
Building dams that flood land, the beavers have infuriated farmers. Some have obtained permits to kill the animals — setting off outrage among conservationists. From: New York Times
A dry season made worse by climate change has left cow farmers with dwindling feed. From: New York Times
Kelp grown off the coast of the Isle of Skye could be used in food, packaging and cosmetic products. from: BBC News