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Science Society�s biennial session held

By ANN Service

PATACHARKUCHI, Dec 4 - Various kind of pesticides used in cultivation now a days are very dangerous for health. It may increase disease leading to death. We should make a habit of cultivating crops without pesticides, observed Dr Mohan Chandra Kalita, former general secretary of Assam Science Society and professor of Biotechnology Department, Gauhati University.

He was delivering a lecture on �the affect of chemical farming� at a book release function on Saturday at Patacharkuchi. The book release function was held synchronising with the 11th biennial session of Patacharkuchi branch of the Society.

He added that it is one of the dangerous threats to the people like global warming and we should aware about it. The affect of DDT continues for four years. He further said that there are 11 pesticides found in apple, it is also found in chocolates, ice creams and even in mother�s milk.

He also appealed to the people to take the indigenous food and fruits and make habits of cultivation avoiding pesticides and chemicals. He released a book titled �Prasidhya Jiba Biganani� authored by Khanindra Nath Talukdar, principal of Patacharkuchi Vidyapith.

Harihar Sarma, founder-president of the Patacharkuchi branch of the Society released the souvenir Bignan Manjusha jointly edited by Aminul Haque and Mrinmay Sarma. Dwijen Das, branch secretary, earlier explained the purpose of the meeting and Surendra Nath Lauzary presided over the function.

A new committee has also been formed for the next session on November 26 with Surendra Nath Lauzary as president, Khanindra Nath Talukdar as working president, Dharmananda Thakuria and Samarendra Sarma as joint secretaries of the Patacharkuchi branch of Assam Science Society.

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PATACHARKUCHI, Dec 4 - Various kind of pesticides used in cultivation now a days are very dangerous for health. It may increase disease leading to death. We should make a habit of cultivating crops without pesticides, observed Dr Mohan Chandra Kalita, former general secretary of Assam Science Society and professor of Biotechnology Department, Gauhati University.

He was delivering a lecture on �the affect of chemical farming� at a book release function on Saturday at Patacharkuchi. The book release function was held synchronising with the 11th biennial session of Patacharkuchi branch of the Society.

He added that it is one of the dangerous threats to the people like global warming and we should aware about it. The affect of DDT continues for four years. He further said that there are 11 pesticides found in apple, it is also found in chocolates, ice creams and even in mother�s milk.

He also appealed to the people to take the indigenous food and fruits and make habits of cultivation avoiding pesticides and chemicals. He released a book titled �Prasidhya Jiba Biganani� authored by Khanindra Nath Talukdar, principal of Patacharkuchi Vidyapith.

Harihar Sarma, founder-president of the Patacharkuchi branch of the Society released the souvenir Bignan Manjusha jointly edited by Aminul Haque and Mrinmay Sarma. Dwijen Das, branch secretary, earlier explained the purpose of the meeting and Surendra Nath Lauzary presided over the function.

A new committee has also been formed for the next session on November 26 with Surendra Nath Lauzary as president, Khanindra Nath Talukdar as working president, Dharmananda Thakuria and Samarendra Sarma as joint secretaries of the Patacharkuchi branch of Assam Science Society.

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