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Maharashtra seizes spurious pesticides as poisoning kills at least 30

Reuters India Friday, 13 October 2017 ()
MUMBAI (Reuters) - Maharashtra, India's second-biggest cotton producing state, has stepped up seizures of "unauthorised pesticides" after chemical poisoning killed at least 30 farmers in three months, a government minister told Reuters on Friday.
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