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HONORED IN INDIA – Dr. William D. Dar, former agriculture secretary, was honored by the International Crops Research Institute for Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT) by naming a new building after him. Known as the William D. Dar Agribusiness Centre, the facility houses ICRISAT’s agribusiness and innovation platform. Dr. Dar (3rd from left) poses in front of the marker of the building named after him. Joining him from left are ICRISAT governing board chairman Dr Chandra Madramootoo, Mrs. Beatriz Dar, and David Bergvinson, director general. Dr. Dar was ICRISAT director general from 2000 to 2014.

Agribiz centre named after William Dar

The International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT), in Patancheru, India, honored former agriculture Secretary William D. Dar, who served as its Director…

The Enclave Alabang offers designer homes that allow buyers to choose from among a number of options cohesively put together by a team of architects and engineering designers.

Hassle-free designer homes at The Enclave

Prospective homeowners visiting Filinvest’s The Enclave Alabang residential subdivision along Daang Hari in Southern Metro Manila are attracted to the emerging community’s tropical modern architecture…

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PH to export chicken, other products to South Korea

By MB Online The Philippine market will soon export dressed chicken and other agricultural products to South Korea. Agriculture secretary Manny Piñol in a Facebook…

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Top designers fuse Art Deco and elegance

When the country’s top interior design minds are given a blank canvas to unleash their creativity, one can expect nothing short of magic. And that’s…

EDIBLE GARDEN Anthony Cortes posing with the lush upland kangkong and other veggies at the PGS Garden at Malacañang Park. The vegetables are this lush only 27 days after transplanting.

Veggies grow lush fast

By Zac B. Sarian When we attended the preview of the lush vegetable garden at the Malacañang Park recently, many attendees had wondered why the…