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India not to ban endosulfan

India has decided not to ban the organochlorine insecticide, endosulfan, reports the Indian newspaper, Business Line. Agriculture Minister Sharad Pawar told the Upper House of Parliament, the Rajya Sabha, that limited use of the insecticide was found to be good for some crops. He said that studies by expert committees appointed by the state of Kerala and the central government did not conclude that the pesticide should be banned as had happened in some countries.



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