Crabs of Bangladesh may soon play an important role in the nation's economy. According to export promotion bureau officials, crabs are available in plenty, especially in the coastal areas.
Familiarity breeds contempt. This , in a nutshell, encapsulates the oftrepeated statements of various gov- ernmentofficials on the status of the world's natural fish stocks. At the European Union
Anticipating a repetition of the devastation of its East Coast fishing over the recent years, Canada said in late March that it would reduce West Coast salmon fishing by half, as the industry
Trouble seems to be brewing yet again between Argentina and UK. The thorny issue this time involves fishing in the waters around South Georgia, some 1,287 km south-east of the disputed
Traditional Indian fisherfolk win hands down against discriminatory government plans
THE squabble over fishing quotas in the European Union (EU) came to a disappointing halt in Brussels last month. EU fisheries ministries, meeting to discuss the fishing quotas for this year,
MUCH hype and publicity later, the first global treaty geared to protect the depleting fish stocks around the world is already running into stumbling blocks, even before its formal ratification.
SALMON populations in the Pacific northwest are likely to take a beating unless fishery managers adopt a fresh approach to the problem. A report brought out by a committee of the National
Government industrialist nexus and public apathy have become incentives for norm flounting industries in Gujarat
A battle royal rages in the courts of UK as two nondescript environmentalists take on a giant
Epidemiological study on effect of air pollution on human health (adults) in Delhi
How green is green?
Doha: inaction in the face of urgency
Coal mines to get automatic nod for first expansion