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Agri-Business Dealers Urged To Extend Agricultural Inputs to Farmers In Rwanda
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Agri-Business Dealers Urged To Extend Agricultural Inputs to F...

The permanent secretary at the Ministry of Agriculture and Animal Resources, Innocent Musabyimana, has urged agri-business dealers across the country to extend agricultural inputs such as chemicals, fertilizers, seeds and pesticides to farmers on ... Footprint to, 1 day ago

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Agriculture Minister Radha Mohan Singh calls for hike in import duty on edible oils

Agriculture minister has urged the finance ministry to increase the import duty on both crude and refined edible oils to stem the flow of cheap imports. NEW DELHI: Agriculture ministerRadha Mohan Singh has urged the finance ministry to increase the import ...
 Economic Times5 days ago Agriculture Minister calls for hike in import duty on edible oils  Economic Times5 days ago Agri Min pushes for hike in import duty of edible oils  Business Standard1 week ago Agri Ministry proposes hike in import duty on crude, refined oil  Business Line1 week ago

Worried Delhi Govt Writes to Centre for Help on Onion Prices

With onion prices remaining high, Delhi's Food and Civil Supplies Minister Asim Ahmed Khan today sought Union Agriculture Ministry's help to supplement their efforts for ensuring sufficient supply of onions in order to contain their retail prices in the ...
 Outlook1 week ago Ministries play blame game on onion crisis  Himtimes6 days ago As onions get dearer, Delhi writes to Centre to contain prices  Hindustan Times1 week ago Delhi govt seeks Centre's help on onion prices  Livemint.com1 week ago

PM Modi to visit Hazaribagh today to lay foundation stone of IARI

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Hazaribagh in Jharkhand this afternoon to lay the foundation stone of Indian Agricultural Research Institute (IARI). In the presence of Mr Modi, an MoU to set up a new steel plant will be signed among Union Steel ...
 News on Air2 months ago India needs 41 mt oilseeds output by 2050 to meet domestic demand  The Financial Chronicle1 week ago Narendra Modi returns home after successful visit to UAE  Asian Age2 weeks ago India has $1 tn investment potential, Modi tells UAE  Mathrubhumi2 weeks ago
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CAG report: No record of Rs 44,000 cr govt spending

NEW DELHI: Various ministries — led by health, agriculture and human resource development — have released close to Rs 44,000 crore over the past few years without getting utilization certificates or accounts of grants given to statutory bodies and ...
 Economic Times1 month ago Over Rs 2 lakh crore help to 305 cities under 'Housing for All' scheme  DNA India2 days ago 'Maharashtra to invest Rs 10,000 crore to develop railway infra'  Economic Times2 months ago No record of Rs 44,000 crore govt spending  Times of India1 month ago
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Agri Min moves cabinet note on new crop insurance scheme

The Agriculture Ministry has moved a cabinet note on a new crop insurance scheme under which farmers will pay less premium of up to three per cent. Of the total premium fixed by the insurers under the existing crop insurance schemes NAIS and MNAIS, ...
 Business Standard4 days ago Agriculture Ministry moves cabinet note on new crop insurance scheme  Economic Times4 days ago

Centre's team visits cotton fields under whitefly attack

An integrated pest management (IPM) team of the Union agriculture ministry on Thursday visited Ballamgarh village in Muktsar and surveyed the loss due to whitefly attack on cotton crop.
 Times of India4 days ago

Govt weighs stepping up pulses import as prices rise

NEW DELHI: Waking up to the trend of increasing prices of pulses, the agriculture ministry has been asked to work on importing the commodity to tide over any shortfall. It has also been asked to prepare a proposal for the Cabinet to consider options to deal ...
 Economic Times2 months ago Agri prices down as rain and sowing spread  Rediff.com2 months ago Onion prices to shoot up further; govt hikes MEP  Deccan Herald1 week ago Onion Price: Wholesale traders called for meeting  Asian Age1 week ago

Union agri minister launches ‘Grow Safe Food’ drive

Union agriculture minister Radha Mohan Singh inaugurated the ‘Grow Safe Food’ and ‘Responsible use of agriculture products’ campaign under a pilot project launched by the Union agriculture ministry at Chandrahiya village near Motihari on Monday.
 Times of India2 weeks ago Cow conservation centre at Varanasi  Business Standard2 months ago Radha Mohan accuses state govt of delay in land acquisition process  Times of India2 months ago Agriculture minister to attend FAO conference in Rome  Prokerala2 months ago

`Agriculture ministry sensitive to farmer suicide issue`

In a damage control move, the Agriculture Ministry on Friday said it was not the intention of its minister Radha Mohan Singh to attribute the causes of farmers suicides to issues like love affairs.
 Zee News1 month ago 'Agri ministry sensitive to farmer suicide issue'  Business Standard1 month ago ‘Farmer suicides down in NDA rule’  Asian Age1 month ago
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