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90% of milk in India comprises A2 protein, says Amul managing director

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90% of India’s milk, including all buffaloes’, has A2 protein. Premium is gimmick — Amul MD

Speaking at ThePrint OTC, Amul MD R.S. Sodhi also said buffalo milk is more nutritious than cow milk, and its production and consumption have risen in India over the last few years, reports Samyak Pandey.

‘Nothing stopped, except education’ — news of DU colleges reopening brings joy, anxiety too

Delhi University has said it will tentatively reopen colleges for final-year science students for laboratory work in February, reports Revathi Krishnan.

Fossils suggest world’s largest animal roamed the Earth 98 million years ago

Scientists have discovered fossils dating back 98 million years ago that belonged to a dinosaur that was possibly the largest animal to walk planet Earth. Read ScientiFix, our weekly feature, to know more, reports Mohana Basu.

Indians must have no confusion about how we reached impressive Covid herd immunity

India’s masses didn’t have the luxury to ‘work from home’ and follow social distancing, but they might have silently built India’s herd immunity, writes Sanjiv Agarwal.

Why painting of Ram in India’s Constitution matters

In the original copy of India’s Constitution, Part III on Fundamental Rights carries an illustration of Ram, Sita, and Lakshman. Because Ram was a true guardian of people’s rights, write Tejasvi Surya and Suyash Pande.

Why a ‘mucosal’ Covid vaccine has a better shot at ending the pandemic

Novel coronavirus is a pathogen of a ‘mucosal’ organ, different to ‘systemic’ organs. Current vaccines are systemic, and can only reduce disease severity, write Arun Panchapakesan and Udaykumar Ranga.

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  1. Dear Amul, it’s time for you to open your eyes, embrace the future and bring plant-based milk.
    Previously people did not know what happens to cows in factory farming of milk.
    Now because of internet we all know. And people will know more and more every single day.
    In dairy industry, young calves are sold for meat and skin for leather. In short, slaughter is the only option available for a male child.
    Milk producing animals are slaughtered once they are termed ‘useless’ and incapable of milk production.
    So, the choice is yours.

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