India: Genetically modified foods capped for 10 years by Supreme Court panel

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The fate of genetically modified (GM) food crops in India has been virtually sealed. After the damning report of the parliamentary committee on agriculture, a panel of technical experts appointed by the Supreme Court has recommended a 10-year moratorium on field trials of all GM food and termination of all ongoing trials of transgenic crops.

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