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Nestle helps Punjab farmers break new ground
Agron Food Processing

Nestle helps Punjab farmers break new ground

Devinder Singh, a farmer, stands proudly at the entrance of a milk collection centre at Kaonke Kalan village near this dusty Punjab town as officials of the global food, nutrition and wellness giant Nestle arrive to inspect it. For Devinder ... Agron Food Processing, 4 weeks ago

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Remembering an outstanding leader, entrepreneur, and friend DS Puri

Devinder Singh Puri, fondly known as Pammi, was born in Kolkata in 1949. After completing his schooling and college, he moved to Delhi to take up his first job with Delhi Cloth & General Mills as an Executive Trainee in their Textile division until ...
 Dataquest2 months ago

Former Deputy Speaker Bir Davinder seeks CBI probe into Cat Pinky controversy

Bir Devinder Singh, Former Deputy Speaker of Punjab Assembly, has sought a CBI inquiry into the controversy surrounding bid to reinstatement police “black cat” turned cop Gurmeet Pinky. Gurmeet Pinky, a murder convict, was reinstated to Punjab police ...
 Sikh Siyasat Online1 day ago
UCAN India

Devastating harvest season puts northern indian farmers at risk

Vinod Dalal, a farmer in Haryana state, collects wheat husk on his land New Delhi: Devinder Bhardwaj was hoping for a bumper crop on his modest four-acre (1.6 hectare) plot of land. The profits from selling his wheat in the market, he hoped, ...
 UCAN India6 days ago In India, a devastating harvest season for northern farmers puts lives at risk  UCAN India1 week ago

Crying shame! The farmers forced to sell their children to survive

Mohanpura: Lal Singh was desperate. The farmer from Mohanpura village in Madhya Pradesh had seen unseasonably heavy rains and hailstorms destroy crop after crop, while he fell deeper into debt. Finally, last August, with no way to feed his ...
 Sify6 days ago

Bikram Singh Majithia Energised Youth Akali Dal-Inderbir Singh Bolaria

Punjab Revenue & Public Relations Minister and General Secretary Shiromani Akali Dal Bikram Singh Majithia's announcement of maximum enrolment to Youth Akali Dal from Majitha constituency with a vow to form government in 2017 proved right when a sea ...
 5 Dariya News - English1 week ago

Making effort to bring back Op Blue Star relics

Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal on Wednesday said that the State Government was making persistent efforts with the Centre to bring back the books, rare manuscripts and other artifacts taken away by the Indian Army from Sikh Reference Library in ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 week ago CM Vows To Bring Back Books, Rare Manuscripts And Artifacts Taken Away During Operation Blue Star  5 Dariya News - English2 weeks ago Punjab to make efforts to bring Blue Star artefacts: Parkash Singh Badal  The Freepress Journal2 weeks ago
Times of India

Former PM Manmohan Singh assured Delhi's Jama Masjid won't be a protected monument

NEW DELHI: Former prime minister Manmohan Singh "assured" the shahi imam of Delhi's Jama Masjid that the Mughal-era mosque would not be declared a protected monument, a letter submitted by the Archaeological Survey of India to the Delhi High Court ...
 Economic Times4 weeks ago Former PM Manmohan Singh assured Shahi Imam Syed Ahmed Bukhari that Delhi's Jama Masjid won't be a protected monument  Times of India3 weeks ago Manmohan assured Jama Masjid won't be a protected monument  Economic Times3 weeks ago

So far only politics has been played over farmers' dead bodies in this country where Gajendra Singh died

Aam Aadmi Party organised an anti-land bill rally in national capital where farmers have been called from various parts of the country. Rally was going on smoothly but then something very tragic happened, which shocked everyone across the country.
 Meri News1 month ago

As crops fall, insurance must rise to curb farmer suicides

By Rohini Mohan When Deepak Singh speaks of his farm land, he never fails to utter a small prayer to fate. The 55-year-old farmer from Mathura in Uttar Pradesh had travelled to Delhi in mid-February to protest amendments to the land acquisition law ...
 Economic Times1 month ago
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