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|10/26/2016 - Health authorities at India's Food & Drugs Administration (FDA) have made a shocking discovery with regards to pharmaceutical distribution. It turns out that many hospitals throughout India are improperly storing the drugs they dispense to patients, and many of these same hospitals are also operating...|
|9/29/2016 - One of the biggest – but most easily debunked – lies we've been told about GM agriculture is that the technology is necessary to feed a steadily increasing world population.
Monsanto and other GM agriculture companies would like for us to believe that their methods increase crop yields...|
|9/25/2016 - Since ancient times yoga has been practiced throughout India. It combines breathing techniques, exercise, and meditation to clear the mind and boost overall health. Nowadays this 5,000-year-old practice has become extremely popular among health conscious people in the West. It provides a retreat from...|
|9/22/2016 - Following months of negotiations and several offers, Germany-based Bayer finally managed to purchase Monsanto – one of the world's largest seed giants – on Wednesday, for a whopping $66 billion. The merger is the largest all-cash deal on record, reports Reuters.
"The $128-a-share deal,...|
|9/19/2016 - Thousands of farmers throughout India are reverting to traditional farming methods, as the consequences of Western agriculture have begun to negatively impact the region's food and water supply, as well as the health of its people.
More than 40 years after the "Green Revolution," a period in which...|
|9/10/2016 - A scientist from India is about to give Monsanto a run for its money. A team of researchers, led by Deepak Pental, has been working for 10 years on a genetically modified mustard variety, which was recently granted approval by a government committee that determined the product is safe for "food/feed...|
|6/27/2016 - Pesticides are causing serious problems all over the world. Most pesticides and herbicides, once taken up by the body, go to war with the endocrine system, blocking the body's ability to regulate its own hormones. In India, these dangerous pesticides are beginning to contaminate the country's most healthy,...|
|6/6/2016 - The Tea Research Association (TRA), a partnership between the Indian government and the tea industry, has announced the development of an "e-nose" that can "sniff out" pesticide residues on tea leaves, thus ensuring that contaminated leaves are not sold to consumers.
The research, which has led to...|
|5/15/2016 - Cheap cosmetic leg-lengthening procedures in India are booming, though such medical procedures remain unregulated by the government. In India, height and long legs are considered attractive features. Therefore, many Indians believe that adding a few more inches to their height will help them get a better...|
|5/8/2016 - Previous reports have linked mass suicides among farmers in India to mounting debt and crop failures as a result of GMO crops, particularly cotton, as it was forcibly converted to patented, transgenic varieties owned by large agrochemical companies. But now we're learning that pesticide exposure may...|
|3/22/2016 - Not only is the pharmaceutical industry guilty of bringing side-effect wrath to people's lives across the planet, but they are also the very machine that drains people financially in times of sickness. The pharmaceutical drug machine is so cumbersome and expensive that medical systems around the world...|
|3/19/2016 - In India, Bihar's Agriculture Minister, Narendra Kumar Singh, recently announced to the people at a groundbreaking Seed Festival that the state's food supply will be protected from outside companies who are looking to take over the land with GMO seeds. In fact, he said he is committed to blocking the...|
|2/10/2016 - If you were asked to make a list of the most evil corporations in existence, which names would first come to mind?
Monsanto? Philip Morris? Union Carbide? Those are all great examples, but if you neglected to include Nestle, the list would remain incomplete.
Nestle has a long history of dirty...|
|2/6/2016 - Panic over the potential side-effects caused by the polio vaccine continue to mount in various parts of the world, with the latest drama unfolding in India, after authorities arrested an 18-year-old man accused of spreading false rumors regarding the polio vaccine.
Parvez Ahmad Sheikh, a student...|
|1/25/2016 - Different cultures and different governments don't often look at social and sexual issues the same as Americans do, and that's fine - the world is a diverse place. But some practices by some governments are just grotesque and inhuman, and that includes using unorthodox (and dangerous) methods to carry...|
|1/23/2016 - India is working to transform itself into a regional and global power, but at times its progress is victimized by its history and culture. Women, for example, are not always well respected or treated in the world's largest democracy, as Natural News has been documenting recently with stories of forced...|
|12/13/2015 - Many nations formerly of the under-developed Global South, are not about to be bullied by rich Global North countries that have long since existed on the cutting edge of industry and technology – and you can count India as one of the largest.
In recent days, world leaders and concerned interests...|
|12/10/2015 - If Monsanto, the most evil corporation in the world, were a person, his name would be Bill Gates. Yes, the Microsoft founder-turned-icon of Third World humanitarianism is an absolute crook, and an utterly vile one at that. Reports indicate that Gates' many crimes against humanity in the form of illegal...|
|12/5/2015 - A doctor in India has been arrested after he attempted to secretly burn the body of a patient who had died under his care. Preliminary charges have been filed against him for murder and destroying evidence.
The incident took place in the southern city of Hyderabad, at a private clinic run by someone...|
|10/13/2015 12:01:40 PM - Agricultural violence is running rampant in India, harming both the physical and financial health of its farmers. As it happens, Monsanto and the government simply sit back and continue to relish in the profit that comes from genetically modified seeds and poisons such as glyphosate.
People are dying?...|
|9/14/2015 7:02:45 PM - Air India has taken the growing obesity epidemic to new heights with a controversial initiative aimed at encouraging its flight attendants to shed the extra pounds or be reassigned.
Reports indicate that as many as 600 flight attendants working for the international airline face removal from cabin...|
|9/13/2015 - A surge of caste-related unrest in India has led the government there to close off the internet in another attempt to silence opposition and control the narrative. This is a tactic that is often used in neighboring China, and it might even be coming to U.S. networks in the future.
As reported by...|
|9/4/2015 3:23:28 PM - In April 2012, Aaron Dykes of Truthstream Media reported that statistically speaking, polio had been eradicated in India, but the statistics don't tell the whole story.
In fact, he noted, there was a spike in "non-polio acute flaccid paralysis (NPAFP) - the very types of crippling problems it was...|
|7/19/2015 - The growing epidemic of farmer suicides in India can be directly traced to the introduction of genetically modified (GM) Bt cotton by multinational corporations, reveals a new paper published in the journal Environmental Sciences Europe. A research collaborative spanning multiple continents found that...|
|6/7/2015 - Thousands of farmers throughout India are reverting back to traditional farming methods as the consequences of Western agriculture have begun to negatively impact the region's food and water supply, and the health of its people.
More than 40 years after the "Green Revolution," a period in which India's...|
|4/9/2015 - Vaccines get all the glory, but most plumbers will tell you that it was water infrastructure - sewage systems and clean water - that eradicated disease, and they're right.
Polio thrives in fecal matter and is easily transmitted through human waste. Plumbing and water sanitation in India is way behind...|
|1/20/2015 - An antibiotic-resistant "superbug" epidemic which is killing thousands of newborns in India may prove to have a global impact.
India's infant mortality rate is staggering, accounting for nearly a third of the yearly world total. Of the 800,000 infant deaths per year in the country, around 58,000...|
|12/11/2014 - One of the problems with pharmaceuticals (as opposed to most natural remedies) is the fact that, whenever you swallow a pill or receive an injection, you are forced to place your trust in whoever manufactured the medication.
There is no way to determine beforehand whether or not the dose you are...|
|11/26/2014 - The relatives of Indian women who died following a state-operated mass sterilization campaign went terribly awry have told local media they were forced by government health workers to attend.
As reported by Britain's The Guardian newspaper, more than 80 women recently underwent surgery for laparoscopic...|
|11/26/2014 - The big biotechnology secret that you'll probably never about in the mainstream media is the shocking number of suicides that occur when genetically modified organisms (GMOs) fail to provide the promised yields and cost savings. Some 300,000 farmers just in India have committed suicide within the past...|
|11/7/2014 - Billionaire Microsoft founder Bill Gates has been held up by many as a humanitarian extraordinaire, and his Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has spent hundreds of millions on philanthropic endeavors. But not all of what Gates has done or tried to do has been beneficial to Mankind. In fact, some of it...|
|9/30/2014 - The Indian government has established a body to monitor the use and implementation of biotechnology such as genetically modified organisms in food, but there is a problem with the panel's mode of operation -- there isn't one.
In fact, according to recent reports, the monitoring committee has not...|
|9/17/2014 - As the Ebola outbreak tears through West Africa, nations all around the world have begun to consider and take emergency measures to ensure that the deadly virus does not make its way to their borders.
One such country is India, where authorities have been on heightened alert since August, according...|
|8/20/2014 - On Monday, Greenpeace, an independent organization dedicated to protecting and serving the environment, made international news after disclosing the results of a study involving what's supposed to be an incredibly healthy beverage.
The organization tested tea from 11 brands made by eight manufacturers,...|
|7/29/2014 - Much of the western United States is currently mired in a devastating drought, one that could eventually see the relocation of tens of thousands of people out of Las Vegas, as well as massive food shortages caused by the lack of production in California's once-fertile fields.
And the lack of water...|
|7/27/2014 - The Western media is steeped in denial about the true damage being caused by genetically modified (GM) crops, especially in the developing Third World. But despite the lies you may have heard from mainstream news sources, nearly 300,000 Indian farmers have committed suicide since 1995 as a direct result...|
|7/22/2014 - The government of India appears to be slowly falling into the clutches of multinational chemical companies craftily pushing their own patented genetically modified (GM) crops as the solution to hunger and poverty, with a new bill set to deliver subsidized food made from these poisons to more than 800...|
|5/18/2014 - For years, it was little spoken of within the country's own borders, but India is suffering from an escalating suicide epidemic that is gaining attention both internationally and in a new book by Seattle University journalism professor Sonora Jha. Entitled Foreign, the fiction piece tells the very real...|
|5/15/2014 - The family of a newborn baby boy who died following routine vaccinations has been awarded a modest cash sum by the government after state officials determined that the doctor who administered the shots, as well as the hospital where it all took place, was guilty of gross negligence for using expired...|
|3/11/2014 - A suo moto probe has been issued in India, as dangerous levels of pesticides continue to show up in produce served in India's open markets. Suo moto probes are often issued by courts when the subject matter is dire and of public interest.
Upon the revelation of new findings in early March 2014, the...|
|2/18/2014 - Opposition is mounting in many developing countries against the use of pentavalent, or five-in-one, vaccines, which are being aggressively pushed by health authorities as a public health requirement. Reports indicate that an increasing number of mostly infants are dying not long after receiving the...|
|1/29/2014 - Despite its illegality as a contaminant in cosmetics sold in the second most populous country in the world, the heavy metal mercury is still reportedly found in nearly half of all skin-whitening creams sold in India. DNA India reports that the Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) in New Delhi recently...|
|1/2/2014 - Whether it is spying on our allies, allowing our ambassadors to be gunned down and dragged through the streets like dogs or treating their diplomats like criminals, clearly the Obama administration has no clue how to properly conduct foreign policy.
The latest outrage: thuggish behavior towards a...|
|10/19/2013 - The second largest country in the world, India, has become a hotbed of pharmaceutical fraud, as unscrupulous drug companies, mostly from the West, continue to use India's generally poorer populations as human guinea pigs in unethical and flat-out inhumane clinical trials. And India's Supreme Court is...|
|8/12/2013 - The United Nations hasn't had much success as a global organization designed to provide opposing nations a forum with which to peacefully resolve their differences, but the UN has had some success in other areas, namely, working to alleviate poverty and improve healthcare in poor countries.
|7/29/2013 - The regulatory authority in India responsible for approving pharmaceutical drugs has obviously taken some cues from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), as a new government report highlights some very serious corruption going on in that country. According to Reuters, the Central Drugs Standard...|
|7/2/2013 - The second most populated country in the world, India, has become a vicious battleground for competing interests within the pharmaceutical industry that are trying to gain control of the drug market. And one of the latest legal feuds has been initiated by U.S.-based drug giant Merck & Co., creator of...|
|5/21/2013 - Government Cites High Intelligence as Indication that Keeping Dolphins is Morally Wrong
The Indian Ministry of Forests and Environment has released an official statement indicating that dolphin captivity will not be welcome anywhere in the nation.
The anticipated announcement comes on the heels...|
|5/3/2013 - The Indian Minister of Environment and Forests, Jayanthi Natarajan, is currently considering a nationwide ban on dolphin and whale, collectively known as cetaceans, captivity. Other governing bodies in India have already assumed anti-captivity stances, reflecting a growing understanding of the unnecessary...|
|4/3/2013 - Despite all the claims made by industry-funded hacks that genetically-modified organisms (GMOs) and other industrial agricultural methods are necessary for the future of humanity, it is the traditional growing methods that continue to shine through as the real sustainers of life. As reported by Gaia...|
|3/8/2013 - What does virtually every multinational corporation adore? Answer: A monopoly on its products. Less or no competition, you see, means higher profits and without regard to consumers' pocketbooks.
That might be one reason to explain why German Big Pharma corporation Bayer has said it will challenge...|
|2/22/2013 - So, if you're a farmer and your yields are consistently lower each year, it's your fault, right?
If you're using a Monsanto product, then the company would tell you yes, indeed it is your fault.
But what happens when Monsanto-designed Bt cotton in India, which is supposed to be resistant to the...|
|2/19/2013 - Pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), which recently pleaded guilty to the largest drug industry scandal in recorded history (http://www.naturalnews.com), has partnered with an India-based pharmaceutical company to develop a six-in-one, single-dose vaccine jab that will deliver vaccine material...|
|2/18/2013 - The world's second most populous country, India, has finally given some teeth to an earlier draft ruling from 2006 that mandates the labeling of all foods that contain genetically-modified organisms (GMOs). And while the move represents yet another positive step towards full food transparency, details...|
|1/30/2013 - A group of academics, professors, public health teachers and pediatricians concerned about deaths following the administration of the Pentavalent vaccine is requesting that health officials have it withdrawn from the vaccination schedule in India.
The vaccine, which is a combination of DPT, Hib and...|
|10/23/2012 - India, the world's second-most populous country and one of its poorest, has apparently had enough of agribusiness giant Monsanto.
According to a recent story in Science magazine:
Sounding what some regard as the death knell for the development of genetically modified food crops in India, a high-profile...|
|10/4/2012 - Once a third world economy, India is now leading the rest of the world when it comes to protecting consumers from the effects of radiation emanating from cell phones and cell phone towers.
When it comes to cell phones, the plan is simple and to the point: India, as of September 1, has decreased the...|
|9/21/2012 - Big Pharma drug reps were once a fixture in doctor's offices and hospitals but their influence on American doctors has waned significantly over the past decade. More and more physicians eschew face-to-face contact with drug reps in favor of seeking information about new medications online through pharma-sponsored...|
|8/9/2012 - The shooting deaths of six members of a Sikh temple in Oak Creek, Wis., recently was a genuine tragedy, to be sure, but the Indian government seems to be engaging in selective outrage when compared to the number of Indian farmers who have died under Monsanto-linked circumstances.
First, the diplomatic...|
|8/2/2012 - India, unique in many ways, is now known for something else: the world's largest power outage.
About 670 million of the country's one billion people were left without power this week when three of the country's power grids failed in rapid succession. The outage, which lasted hours, forced businesses,...|
|7/31/2012 - "Grids supplying electricity to half of India's 1.2 billion people collapsed on Tuesday," reports Reuters. "The outage was the worst to hit India in more than a decade and embarrassed the government, which has failed to build up enough power capacity to meet soaring demand."
More than just a single...|
|5/9/2012 - Have you ever heard the saying "you have the power to make a difference"? Well, the following demonstrates how one person has proven this. Over 30 years ago, a young teenager by the name of Jadav "Molai" Payeng had an idea to turn a barren sandbar into a thriving oasis. With this vision in mind, he...|
|4/20/2012 - The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is financially backing and publicly endorsing mass polio virus vaccinations in India. In case you didn't hear him yourself, Bill Gates publicly announced that vaccines could help reduce the world population by 15%.
Gates also proclaimed that every newborn should...|
|4/17/2012 - The mainstream media has been busy hailing the supposed success of India's polio vaccine campaign over the past few years, with many news outlets now claiming that the disease has been fully eradicated throughout the country. But what these misinformation puppets are failing to disclose is the fact...|
|1/18/2012 - A highly-contagious lung disease that has become increasingly difficult to treat, tuberculosis (TB) appears to be making a deadly comeback in India. As was predicted by the World Health Organization (WHO) back in 2009, drug-resistant strains of TB for which there is no viable treatment appear to be...|
|1/9/2012 - The nation of India is currently embroiled in a massive scandal involving the use of taxpayer dollars to fund research into genetically-modified organisms (GMO). The Coalition for a GM-Free India (CGMFI) is demanding an immediate end to public sector funding of GMO research after the Indian government...|
|1/2/2012 - Foods that have an incredible array of health benefits that go well beyond just their nutrient value are considered 'super-foods.' Wild fruits have played a significant role in many cultural cuisines all around the world. Scientists have found many great health benefits associated with wild fruits grown...|
|9/28/2011 - Representing one of the most agriculturally bio-diverse nations in the world, India has become a primary target for biotechnology companies like Monsanto and Cargill to spread their genetically-modified (GM) crops into new markets. However, a recent France 24 report explains that the Indian government...|
|3/23/2011 - Recent reports out of India say that multinational biotechnology giant Monsanto has once against skirted the law by clandestinely planting its genetically-modified (GM) corn without receiving approval to do so. Nitish Kumar, chief minister of the Indian state of Bihar, recently wrote a letter to India's...|
|2/20/2011 - The industry of western medicine is steeped in corruption, dishonesty and dirty tricks. One of those dirty tricks became apparent recently when it was revealed that a superbug discovered by western researchers was given the name "New Delhi" in order to make westerners fearful of medical tourism in India.
|1/4/2011 - When India's seed economy was forced by the World Bank to become globalized in the late 1990s, economic conditions within the nation's agricultural sector almost immediately took a nosedive for the worst. Much of the common Indian seed stock turned from saveable heirloom varieties to patented, genetically-modified...|
|9/1/2010 - The horrors caused by Merck & Co.'s Gardasil vaccine and GlaxoSmithKline's (GSK) Cervarix vaccine continue as six young girls recently died from the shots during an experimental Indian trial. The two human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccines have been implicated in at least 67 deaths in the U.S., prompting...|
|8/4/2010 - China suffers from far more cases of diabetes than previously thought, placing its diabetes epidemic on the same scale as that of the United States, according to a study published in the New England Journal of Medicine.
"In the last 10 years, with the country's economy expanding quickly and people's...|
|7/30/2010 - At a biotech industry conference in January 1999, a representative from Arthur Anderson, LLP explained how they had helped Monsanto design their strategic plan. First, his team asked Monsanto executives what their ideal future looked like in 15 to 20 years. The executives described a world with 100...|
|7/12/2010 - Critics of genetically modified (GM) crops have secured a victory in India, where the environment minister has indefinitely blocked the approval of any further GM varieties.
GM cotton was approved for cultivation in India in 2002, and now covers 80 percent of the country's cotton farmlands. In October...|
|11/14/2009 - The drought in India has become so severe that people have begun literally fighting over water in many regions of the country, even murdering each other over the precious substance.
Northern India is in the grips of a drought so severe that in Bhopal, the City of Lakes, the government has been forced...|
|1/26/2009 - Many of the pharmaceuticals consumed in the United States are made in India, where labor is cheap and environmental laws are lenient on powerful corporations. U.S. drug companies are exploiting this situation to manufacture hundreds of millions of doses of high-profit pharmaceuticals in India, where...|
|8/26/2008 - A serious outbreak of bird flu has devastated poultry stocks and prices in India and killed 100 people in Indonesia.
The H5N1 strain of avian flu is highly lethal, but does not spread easily to humans. Health officials are concerned that it might mutate into a strain that is easily transmitted to...|
|2/13/2007 - A legal challenge from drug maker Novartis to current Indian patent law could halt Indian companies from selling generic copies of drugs to combat AIDS and cancer to the third world.
When India joined the World Trade Organization in 1995, they had ten years to update their patent laws to a standard...|
|12/21/2006 - India is considered to be one of the world's top polluters in terms of emissions, but this week the country said this week that it's not doing any harm to the world's atmosphere, despite increasing emissions of greenhouse gases.
Global temperature rises of 2 to 3 degrees Celsius are predicted in...|
|11/30/2006 - A new Indian study has found that the herb Plumeria acuminate -- commonly known as perungalli and widely used in Ayurvedic medicine -- may be a potent treatment for both acute and chronic inflammation.
Researchers from Jadavpur University in Kolkata and ASN Pharmacy college tested the effectiveness...|
|8/22/2006 - In the run up to the 2004 election, the George W. Bush presidential campaign received more than $380,000 from the Coca-Cola company and its affiliates. That "investment" of influence seems to be paying off nicely for Coca-Cola today as the Bush Administration is going to bat for the American company...|
|8/17/2006 - -- Amitabh Pal, a writer for social justice publication The Progressive, says the Bush administration is pressuring the Indian government to reinstate sales of Coke and Pepsi, which have been restricted or banned in many Indian states for high pesticide content.
A report recently released in India...|
|8/11/2006 - After a Center for Science and Environment study found 24 times the acceptable level of pesticides in soda sold in India, a few state governments acted quickly to ban the big name soft drinks -- Coca-Cola and PepsiCo -- but the country's top business groups warned Thursday that the move could hurt India's...|
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|8/7/2006 - A spokesman for the administration of the largest state in India announced Friday that Rajasthan would be banning the sale of PepsiCo and Coca-Cola products after the Indian Supreme Court gave the companies one month to reveal their products' ingredients.
A report from the Center for Science and...|
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