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from the race Monday.Moudgil is considered close to former BJP MP Satya PalJain By: Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: January 31 2017 2:04 am Villagers said they would only allow an industrial project to come up on the land in question as they had given up their plots to the Left government in the hopes of securing employment for future generations (Representational) Top News Over 100 villagers in Birbhum’s Bolpur on Monday launched an agitation over the state government’s plan to set up Biswa Bangla University within a 300-acre area claiming the land had originally been acquired from them by the then Left government to set up an industrial project Villagers damaged and demolished a portion of an under-construction boundary wall in Shabirgunj area set bicycle tyres on fire and raised slogans against the ongoing project demanding their land back According to sources some protesters even used iron rods and sticks to scare police officers who tried to enter the area However police later brought the situation under control Watch what else is making news Villagers said they would only allow an industrial project to come up on the land in question as they had given up their plots to the Left government in the hopes of securing employment for future generations Sources said the university will most likely be built using 20 acres out of the 300 acres of acquired land “The government is planning to set up a new university of international standards called Biswa Bangla The farmers are demanding their land back as they are losing hope of any industrial project coming up in the area” said a villager The villagers had orchestrated a similar movement in 2008 against the CPM sources said adding the Trinamool Congress had supported the movement The TMC had also assured villagers that the land would only be used for industrial purposes if they were voted to power “Some villagers had demolished a small portion of the wall and had set a few tyres on fire The situation is completely peaceful No one has been arrested” Additional SP Subimal Pal told The Indian Express Trinamool leader Anubrata Mondal blamed outsiders for the agitation saying: “Some Naxals and local CPM supporters have misled the villagers” The agitators will continue their movement for industrial units in the area said a source For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Shubhangi Khapre | Mumbai | Published: July 2 2017 3:22 am Raghunath Mashelkar Related News Adopting scientific agriculture models by equipping farmers with modern technology can play a significant role in bringing down the rising expenditure in the agriculture sector said former director of the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CISR) Raghunath Mashelkar Mashelkar said “The shrinking land holding coupled with erratic climatic changes are going to bring bigger challenges for the farmers by 2030 Every farmer will have to revert to scientific farming and double the production and minimise investment expenditure” However he admits greater adoption of technology would bring down the use of human resources per hectare of agriculture land Citing an example of use of drones for spraying fertilizer in the fields he said “Now what can be done in 30 minutes would require deployment of a dozen farm workers who would labour for more than 8 to 12 hours” Individual farmers may not afford the drone but if they pool using community farming system the cost would be divided and become affordable he said Exuding optimism for innovative start-ups in the field of agriculture he said “Agriculture innovation system’s biggest challenge will be to strive for more for less” Explaining the concept he said “The system will have to gear up the farmers to work towards higher productivity using lesser resources namely land water energy and money This should result in higher output to benefit more people and not be measured in terms of profit alone” He substantiated his theory of “more for less” with statistics on how demand for foodgrains across the country would increase from 192 million tonnes (2000) to 342 million tonnes (2030) Whether it is in context of Maharashtra or across India the land holding size has been drastically shrinking which makes farmers more vulnerable to rising expenditure because of age-old traditional agricultural practices he said Indicating an average size of the land holdings decreased from 230 hectares (1970) to 132 hectares (2000) 068 hectares (2020) and expected to further decline to 032 hectares (2030) With less land available for farming caused due to multiple reasons— soil erosion soil salinity—scientific solutions will have to be provided to empower the small and marginal farmers While advocating for food processing infrastructure at the source of the farm produce Mashalkar stressed a technology driven supply chain through use of RIFD hi-tech GIS/GPS along with traceability system The growing use of GIS/GPS and sensor for planting irrigation and monitoring yields he believes would help in both improving the quality and quantity Recommending technology for crop insurance he said “A mechanism can be evolved to source real time data from weather stations for predicting rainfall which can be used for calculating the insurance payouts This can be automatically transferred to the farmers accounts using mobile banking” For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by ANI | Washington | Published: February 25 2010 12:31 pm Related News A recording of an emergency call that’s being reported as a transmission from the paramedics who took Michael Jackson to UCLA on the day he died has been exposed as a hoax The recordingwhich has emerged onlinewas believed to feature a Los Angeles Fire Department medical worker calling the UCLA hospital A voice on the tape says: Patient is Michael Jacksonthe pop star singer No pulseno breathing Unresponsive Tried to resuscitate him Unsuccessful “We’ve done everything we can We should be there in five minutes It doesn’t look good It doesn’t look good” But Los Angeles City Fire Department Captain Steve Ruda has dismissed the tape as a fakebecause the alleged paramedic breaks the rules by naming the patient and fails to use the correct terminology It is not our conversation It is not any of the paramedics who treated Michael Jackson? Music by Pat Boone,Manpreet Bhullar 10, It is as exciting as any of my earlier works. Things are now changing and now we are ready and we want men to come forward and share the load.

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