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Coming from anyone elseit may have sounded conceited but with Kapoorit appears to be the plain truth [email protected] For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Srinagar | Published: November 17 2010 10:35 am Related News Unplanned construction and industrial activities has shrunk the land under saffron cultivation in Kashmir and resulted in 80 per cent decrease in the yield of the most important cash crop of the Valley over the last two decadesaccording to officials and cultivators From 7000 hectares in Pampore tehsil alone in 1990the land under saffron cultivation has reduced to 3600 hectares in entire Kashmir The central government has recently announced a Rs 376 crore National Saffron Mission to increase the yield and bring more areas under cultivation Despite efforts by the agriculture department to introduce saffron cultivation in areas with topography similar to Pamporewhich accounts for nearly 90 per cent of the saffron produced in the statethe crop is virtually facing threat of extinction One of the major reasons for shrinking of acreage under saffron cultivation is the “mindless and unplanned” construction of residential houses in the midst of the fieldsofficial claim Ironicallyone such sprawling residential colony which has come up at Pampore has been named as ‘Saffron colony’ Although the state legislature has enacted a law to prevent such constructionsofficials in the agriculture department claim it is not being implemented on the ground “The legislation is there but enactment of these laws is not in the hands of officers in the Agriculture department” Nigeen Ahmad Lonethe Chief Agriculture Officer of north Kashmir’s Pulwama districtsaid Lone said the department officials can only identify the violations of the Act but have no powers to enforce to take action “We can at the most identify and inform Beyond that the district administration and the police have to act” he said The decline in land under saffron cultivation has also been attributed to lack of irrigation facilities in Pampore tehsil Lone said the department will install tube wellseach at a cost of Rs 20 lakhto solve the irrigation problem “Thirty hectares will be covered by one tube wellbut farmers will not be compensated for the land which will used for installing it” Lone said Saffron growers in Pampore said over the years there has been a sharp decline in the yield Haji Abdul Samad Bhata saffron grower from Chand-hara area in Pamporesaid one hectare of land would yield around 10 kilograms of saffron in 1990 “Howeverat present we are getting only around two kilograms per hectare… The returns are meagre and it might not be economically viable to continue growing saffron over the coming years” Bhat said The other threat to the saffron crop is from several industrial estates established in nearby areas of Khunmoh and Khrew in Pulwama districtanother farmer Shabir Ahmad Dar said There are several cement factories in Khrew and stone crushers in Pampore tehsilwhich are polluting the environmenthe added Saffron is the most expensive spice by weight Adulteration and sale of spurious saffron have also increased the woes of growerswho claim that these have brought a bad name to the local produce “There were times when customers would not bargain about the price and we would also fix rates as per demand and supply With the very genuineness of the product in questionwe are facing a difficult situation in the market” Dar said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsChallenging the economic gloom that seems to hit the news everyday Gordon Brown the prime minister of the United Kingdom today assured the scientific community that UK research will not be "a victim of the recession" The pledge came at Oxford University in a lecture addressing science and science education policy in which Brown further promised to keep science funding flowing despite an overstretched government budget "Some say that now is not the time to invest but the bottom line is that the downturn is no time to slow down our investment in science" he said The prime minister’s speech "Science and Our Economic Future" was this year’s Romanes Lecture an event hosted annually by the University of Oxford since 1892 Previous speakers include notable scientists authors and politicians such as Arthur Eddington W H Bragg Winston Churchill Karl Popper Iris Murdoch and Shirley Tilghman (Here’s a link to the speech delivered by the prime minister and also a link to an audio file of the speech) Brown’s address highlighted his vision for science as a driver of the UK’s economic future a desire that has triggered much debate within the scientific community "The time has come to build a society that seeks high-value engineering not financial engineering" Brown remarked saying that looking for the "the great scientists of tomorrow" should be a "national ambition" The prime minister pledged the government’s commitment to make science education more accessible to students nationwide and to increase the number of schools offering science courses when students are preparing for A-level exams during the last year of middle school Brown also said that the new push for science in schools could open opportunities for graduates with scientific and IT backgrounds; he encouraged them to retrain as teachers Scientists science policy experts and educators generally welcomed Brown’s attention to their world but that didn’t stop several from airing a few complaints about the government’s record on research funding or the lack of specifics on new money in the speech Physicist Brian Cox of the University of Manchester embraced Brown’s commitments to science but told the Science Media Centre one way the UK leader could back up the rhetoric: "What better way for the Prime Minister to signal his intent than to personally sort out the mess that Science and Technology Facilities Council has been in since its botched formation in 2007 and help both organisations [STFC and the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council] with their small but damaging funding problems" he asked Astronomer Martin Rees president of the Royal Society particularly welcomed the speech’s focus on science education saying in a statement that he was "delighted that the Prime Minister has thrown his support behind plans to address the lack of specialist teachers in science and maths" and reminded that "the school children of today should be the scientists of the future" Nick Dusic director of the Campaign for Science & Engineering in the UK, In the earlier instance,6-0; Aboli Gogahi bt Seerat Sidhu 6-1,6-4; Zeel Desai w/o Bakul Negi; Snehal bt Suryanarayani 6-0, including www. 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