India’s GM Food Hypocrisy

While modern crop engineering faces endless red tape, more slipshod cross-breeding gets a free pass.

India has enjoyed signal successes with genetic engineering in agriculture. But today the nation’s relationship with this critical biotechnology is in total disarray, the victim of activists’ scaremongering and government pandering.

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