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Cows a boon for mankind, says Yogi Adityanath approving Gaushalas in Uttar Pradesh
The steps were cleared at a meeting chaired by the CM on Wednesday night in which he also proposed setting up a processing plant for cow urine to manufacture floor cleaners, as per a statement issued by UP govt.
UP govt moots use of cow urine to make medicines
After its proposal to make floor cleaners using cow urine, the Uttar Pradesh government has ...
Maneka Gandhi bats for cow urine-based floor cleaner in government offices
Phenyl is the cheap cleaning liquid which is widely used in government offices to clean floor and toilets.
How did cow urine travel from the floors of tabelas to store shelves, and homes across India?
Distilled cow urine for human consumption retails anywhere between Rs 40 and Rs 150 per 500ml.
Maneka Gandhi bats for surface cleaner made from cow urine extracts
Gandhi has requested them to switch over to 'Gaunyle' - cleaning liquid made from cow urine extracts, arguing that it "environment-friendly".
We produce over 5,000 litres of cow urine every day: Acharya Balkrishna, CEO, Patanjali
Not only does cow urine kill toxins within the body but is beneficial for treating various diseases.
Holy cow urine industry gets boost from Narendra Modi’s pro-Hindu agenda
In cow-worshiping India, the increased protection and reverence given to the cows have become a source of inter-faith conflict, given its conservative Hindu agenda.
Yogi government clears cow protection panel plan
The order issued by the state government dated December 18, says these committees will ensure “efficient management and running” of gaushalas across the state and make them self-sufficient.
Cow urine goes mainstream! Emami, Anand Rathi cash in, BigBasket takes up distribution
ISKON India is also a big processor of cow urine with seven units attached to the gaushalas (cow shelters) it runs across the country.
Abandoning cows after they stop giving milk will now cost you Rs 5,100 in Haryana
Apart from this, 90 per cent grant will be given on equipment used for making products like soaps, lamps, and incense from cow dung and urine, Mangla added.
Holy cow! Government offices may soon be cleaned using liquid made from bovine urine
It is being seen as a "win-win" for all, since the liquid is said to be safer than synthetic cleansers and the trade will generate income for gaushalas.