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Today's Headlines - 03 May 2024

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Liquid nitrogen in foods

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The Tamil Nadu government issued an advisory banning the use of liquid nitrogen in food and warned of stringent action against violators.

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Removing exotic plant species from forests

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According to a study by the Kerala State Forest Protective Staff Organisation removing exotic plants from forest areas will help ensure food for wild elephants at Chinnakkanal in Munnar.

46th Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting

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The Ministry of Earth Sciences (MoES), Government of India, through the National Centre for Polar and Ocean Research (NCPOR), will host the 46th Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting (ATCM 46) and the 26th Meeting of the Committee for Environmental Protection (CEP 26) from May 20 to 30, 2024, in Kochi, Kerala.

India-Kenya to discuss cheetah sourcing

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India is expected to host a delegation of Kenyan officials later this month to explore the possibility of sourcing cheetahs from the East African country for the next phase of Project Cheetah.

Centre to train State police forces on new criminal laws

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The Central Government has rolled out an intense training program for the police and prison department personnel throughout the country on the new criminal laws.

India and New Zealand collaborate in pharma, agriculture, food processing

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India and New Zealand will likely set up working groups in sectors such as agriculture, food processing, storage & transportation, forestry, digital trade and pharmaceuticals to facilitate ongoing collaboration on key trade and economic issues.

P versus NP Question

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An unsolved problem in computer science simply called the P (Polynomial time) versus NP (Nondeterministic Polynomial time) problem, could hold the key to many modern-day problems.

First case of Walrus dying from bird flu recorded on Arctic island

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One of Norway’s Arctic islands recorded its first case of a walrus dying from bird flu. The walrus was found among six others on Hopen Island in the Svalbard archipelago last year.

Green Lynx Spider

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Daryapur-based arachnologist has identified the green lynx spider, which was never discovered earlier.

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