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Viewpoint: Pakistan needs GM technology—not just fertilizer—to ensure food security

Shahram Haq | 
By adopting modern practices like use of genetically modified (GM) seeds, countries such as India, China and Bangladesh have succeeded ...
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Why is cotton production falling in Pakistan?

Naveed Ahmad | 
... [T]he highest cotton produce recorded so far was in 2004 registered 11,138 million bales while the nearest spike was ...

GM crop licensing blocked in Lahore, Pakistan; National Bio Safety Committee’s power challenged

Justice Mansoor Ali Shah of the Lahore High Court has issued a stay against issuance of licences for genetically modified ...

GM food-crops in developing countries: blessing or curse?

Syed Mohammad Ali | 
There is immense pressure on developing countries to adopt genetically modified (GM) crops in the shortest possible time to supposedly ...

Livestock genetics could be a valuable resource

Farm animal genetic resources are not only valued significantly for their current economic, environmental services social and cultural roles but ...

Govt should promote GM crops to meet food demand, say GM supporters

Imran Rana | 
In a bid to meet the food security needs of Pakistan’s growing population, the participants at a seminar urged the ...