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Apiculture Training in Nellai, Tamil Nadu to Beedi Rollers

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Pune, February 15, 2008 (compiled by: MCS): A 6-month long apiculture training programme named 'Novel Value Addition and Innovative Products from Apiculture', conducted by the Department of Advanced Zoology and Biotechnology of Sri Paramakalyani College, Alwarkurichi, Tamil Nadu was concluded recently at Tirunelveli, Tamil Nadu.

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Residue Monitoring Plan for Export of Honey to European Union

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Pune, January 23, 2008 (compiled by MCS):The Agricultural and Processed Food Products Export Development Authority (APEDA) of the Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Government of India has issued a notice on March 31, 2006 to all honey supplying, processing and exporting organizations to follow a schedule of testing raw and processed honey to monitor residues of drugs, pesticides and heavy metals at different stages till it is exported.

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Young Beekeeper's Self Reliance Takes Her Into NCERT Text Book

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Pune, January 23, 2008 (compiled by: MCS): Anita Kumari is fondly known as 'Queen Bee' in her village Patiasajalal, Muzaffarpur district about 70 km from Patna, Bihar. Hers is an inspirational story that made her a shining example of self-reliance and determination not only in her village but in the region and the country.

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Banyan Tree in Karnataka with the World's Largest Number of Beehives for 'Heritage Site' Recognition

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Pune, January 11, 2008 (compiled by MCS): The Hindu, ePaper January 4, 2008 edition reports of the efforts to get the unique banyan tree in Nandagudi, Karnataka recognized as a World Heritage Site. The claim: a tree that supports a record number of rockbee hives!

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Indian Beekeeping Progress Praised By South African Beekeeper

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Pune, January 3, 2008 (compiled by MCS): Beekeeping development in India has been noteworthy in so far as it uses simple, low cost, but high-tech management systems. Much of this technology has been developed by the people using it. The equipment used is robust and can be repaired when needed at car mechanics workshops on roadsides all over.These concepts can be adopted for development of beekeeping in African countries, according to Dr. Garth, an experienced beekeeper from Cambray, South Africa.

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