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Pakistan: To introduce a scheme to install refrigeration systems in the storage tanks of the boats fishing in the deep sea April 02, 2021   |  Source: Business Recorder  | Copyright: Business Recorder, 2021

Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah Thursday said that Pakistan harbors huge livestock nevertheless deficient in milk and depend on the import of huge quantities of dry milk powder. While talking to the media just after inaugurating `Sindh Institute ...

Bangladesh: IPRS technology brings new hope in fish farming by Shykh Seraj April 02, 2021   |  Source: The Daily Star  | Copyright: 2021 / thedailystar.net

In the first week of February this year, I went to Akbar Hossain's fish farm in Chapainawabganj's Bulonpur where no one had to go down to the pond to catch fish and get wet. Everyone was fishing from the concrete platform on the banks of the ponds. Worker...

Goa: 800+ fish samples checked, no formalin found: Mantri April 02, 2021   |  Source: The Times of India  | Copyright: 2021 Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd.

As of March 12, a total of 842 samples of fish have been analysed by the FDA’s food safety officers in random checks in the state and so far, no adverse findings have been reported, said fisheries minister Filipe Neri Rodrigues while responding to a que...

Jammu and Kashmir: Trout farming opens new doors to businesses and tourism in Jammu and Kashmir; emerges as important source of income by Sneha Mahale April 02, 2021   |  Source: First Post  | Copyright: 2021. Firstpost

Kashmir’s trout is in demand, with states in India seeking its eggs to rear the Union Territory’s (UT) famed fish breed. Just this year, in January, 500,000 trout ova were dispatched from its famous Kokernag farm in the Anantnag district to Arunachal ...

Karnataka: Sea ambulances to be deployed along the coast shortly April 02, 2021   |  Source: The Hindu  | Copyright: 2021, THG PUBLISHING PVT LTD.

Animal Husbandry and Fisheries Secretary P. Manivannan on Thursday said that the department will shortly deploy sea ambulances along the State’s coast to rescue and render emergency services to people, particularly fishermen in distress on the high sea....

Bangladesh: Could floating gardens protect flood-prone communities ? by Emily Denny April 02, 2021   |  Source: Eco Watch

In flood-prone regions of Bangladesh, farmers and their families utilize a centuries-old tradition to reduce their vulnerability to climate change. Floating gardens — known as dhap, or locally as baira — have been used in south-central Bangladesh for ...

Karnataka: Mangaluru to be home to higher level of marine innovation April 02, 2021   |  Source: Daiji World  | Copyright: 2001 - 2021. Daijiworld Media Pvt Ltd.,

Currently, the region is witnessing only fishing activity in the sea. In the future generation of chemicals needed for pharmaceutical companies and the production of food also will begin. As a prelude to this ambitious programme, a 'Biotech Innovation Cen...

India: Fish farmers refute damning report by Gurvinder Singh April 01, 2021   |  Source: The Fish Site  | Copyright: 2021 Hatch Accelerator Holding Limited

The study suggests that Indian aquaculture farms contain hazardous levels of metals like lead and cadmium in the water and are releasing their effluents directly into nearby canals and estuaries. It also criticised the intensive use of antibiotics and ins...

Tamil Nadu: Why residents are protesting plan to reduce Pulicat sanctuary buffer zone by Meena Menon April 01, 2021   |  Source: Scroll

A new proposal by the Tamil Nadu forest department to reduce the mandatory 10-km eco-sensitive zone or ESZ around the Pulicat Lake Wildlife Sanctuary near Chennai has sparked fresh protests from members of the fishing community, scientists and wildlife ex...

Bangladesh: Fish production declined in Rangamati Kaptai Lake April 01, 2021   |  Source: Daily Industry

The fish production in different lakes of Rangamati hill district has drastically fallen during last few years as the pollution has increased. The breeding of fish fries has been destroyed for the pollution of the lake. According to the Bangladesh Fisheri...

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