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Jitendra Choubey

Jitendra Choubey is Bangalore / New Delhi based Journalist. He writes on Environment, Politics, Agriculture, Food, AgriBusiness, Agri-Technology and Science. He worked with magazine (Down To Earth) as well as daily newspaper (The New Indian Express) in India. He is interested in writing long-form and crunching data. He has contributed to some international publications like Zenger, SciDev, DW, NATUR, LE MONDE on health, environment, wildlife and agriculture and food. 
He was fellow to Robert Bosch Stiftung Foundation, Germany in 2018. He has also experience of working with multilateral agency FAO, and think tank MS Swaminathan Research Foundation.

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IMD issues health advisory amid cold wave in northern India; severe cold likely for two more days

India's wildlife conservation at risk as government funding dries up

Lentil imports from Canada take a hit post diplomatic row

Government nod for Rs 22K cr fertiliser subsidy

‘Very severe cyclone’ Hamoon to make landfall in Bangladesh on October 25

Good news ahead of festival: Food output up at record high this year

Cabinet nod to 4% DA hike for government employees

President Murmu calls for global gender justice in farm sector

Coal-fired power plants slow in adopting technology to curb sulphur emission

India’s standard body released nine standards for biofuels

The vegetarian dictate Jitendra Choubey India's food policy is full of contradictions

It's a crazy reintroduction project: the cheetah, extinct in India, is returning as an import from South Africa. But the new old neighbor makes life difficult for indigenous communities - and threatens the Asiatic lion.

The Himalayan Gaddi community of pastoralists has long lived from the land. But with rising temperatures pushing them higher up into mountains in search of grazing pastures, their way of life is under threat.

The union government may allow the cultivation of controversial herbicide-tolerant genetically modified (GM) crops. For this, the government is providing training to 4000 youths and farmers to renders spraying services.

New research shows that India’s sovereign credit rating will be downgraded due to the impact of climate change and the rise in temperature volatility by 2030s.

A significant proportion of Indian birds are in grave peril. They are declining fast, especially the migrant birds, insectivores and carnivores, and habitat specialists – birds of grasslands and other open habitats, wetlands and woodlands.

A plant virus disease first identified in China has been detected in north Indian paddy fields causing fears of reduced crop yields at a time when extreme weather events have already hampered grain production.

Sighting of the yellow-breasted bunting in India’s coastal areas has surprised birders and ornithologists. Besides Mangalore, the bird has been sighted in other southern regions. According to Ebird, in 2019, it was sighted in Kerala’s Kunnoor district,too

Following two years of strained diplomatic ties, India and Pakistan — the two Asian neighbors — finally met to deliberate on the contentious Indus Waters Treaty.The Indus water commissioners of India and Pakistan last met at the beginning of February 20.

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