दुग्ध सरिता, इंडियन डेरी एसोसिएशन द्वारा प्रकाशित डेरी और दुग्ध उत्पादन से सम्बंधित विषयों पर होने वाले क्रिया कलापों का उद्घोष है
Kerala State Chapter organizes Training - INDIAN DAIRY ASSOCIATION Kerala State Chapter inassociation with College of Dairy
IDA (Rajasthan Chapter) holds AGM - THE ANNUAL GENERAL BODY MEETING of Rajasthan State Chapter was held
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