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List of Revolutions in the field of agriculture in India : Facts for Prelims 2012
  • Black Revolution
    Petroleum Production

    Blue Revolution
    Fish Production

    Brown Revolution
    Leather/non-conventional(India)/Cocoa production

    Golden Fibre Revolution
    Jute Production

    Golden Revolution
    Overall Horticulture development/Honey Production

    Green Revolution
    Right now, getting killed would be redundant. | "You know nothing Jon Snow"
  • Grey Revolution
    Fertilizer Revolution

    Pink Revolution
    Onion production/Pharmaceutical (India)/Prawn production

    Red Revolution
    Meat & Tomato Production

    Round Revolution
    Potato Revolution

    Silver Fiber Revolution
    Cotton Revolution

    Silver Revolution
    Egg/Poultry Production

    White Revolution
    Milk/Dairy production (In India - Operation Flood)

    Yellow Revolution
    Oil Seeds production

    Evergreen Revolution
    Overall development of Agriculture
    Right now, getting killed would be redundant. | "You know nothing Jon Snow"
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  • thank you @Ayush .. i always confuse between all of them..and it is not given anywhere in a single source..thanks a lot!
    Actually, I'm an overnight success. But it took twenty years. -
    Monty Hall
  • These facts might help for 2013 PRE too! Thanks :)
  • thanks.

    Please tell me the dark revolution which is asked in bank exam
  • Pink revolution asked in UPSC Mains 2013, one year later (sigh)
  • correct me if i am wrong but its abt prawn revolution nt onion
  • For UPSC questions it was prawn and pharmaceuticals.
    Actually, I'm an overnight success. But it took twenty years. -
    Monty Hall
  • come on , upsc asked about nutrition and meats suits the best how can u neglect the requirement of protein these days also namo mentioned it in his speech , he also mentioned hypocrite for opposition namo namah sabka saath sabka vikaas
  • Prawns are extremely low in fat and calories, yet packed with nutrition.

    Prawns are even lower in calories and fat than chicken yet with much more protein. As well as being high in protein, prawns contain magnesium, which plays a role in bone development and nerve and muscle function; Zinc, which is good for growing bodies, and selenium, an important antioxidant.

    Omega 3 oils found in prawns assist in blood circulation by lowering blood fats and preventing blood clot formation. This aids blood circulation and researchers believe it reduces the risk of heart attack and stroke. Research also indicates the omega 3 oil acts as an anti-inflammatory agent and so may reduce the risk of a wide range of health problems, including asthma, pulmonary disease, rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis, psoriasis and inflammatory bowel disease.
    Prawns are an excellent source of vitamins including iodine which is essential for thyroid gland function, iron for red cell formation and zinc for wound healing. They are especially rich in niacin, essential for a healthy skin and for the release of energy in the body and vitamin B complex needed for metabolic processes.

    Most seafoods also supply phosphorus (a mineral needed for strong bones and teeth and for so many of the B-group vitamins to be used effectively). Potassium (essential for muscles & nerves and for controlling blood pressure); and small quantities of many other minerals including magnesium. They are a natural source of sodium.
  • @suneet it would be prawns/ basically any meat industry.
    Right now, getting killed would be redundant. | "You know nothing Jon Snow"
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