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Monsoon worries: is India ready?
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Monsoon worries: is India ready?

Labour shortage and threat of deficient monsoon are pushing adoption of farm machinery Vikas Chaudhary, a farmer in Haryana's Karnal district, started using a maize planter in 2012. The acquisition of a happy seeder around the same time helped him sow wheat directly. The two machines helped him reduce input costs substantially. "With the help of machines, I have managed to reduce the input cost for paddy by Rs 2,000 an acre, for wheat by Rs 2,500 and for moong by Rs 1,000. The labour ... Rediff.com, 1 week ago

Farmers diversify crops to deal with scarce rains

Vikas Chaudhary, a farmer in Haryana's Karnal district, started using a maize planter in 2012. The acquisition of a happy seeder around the same time helped him sow wheat directly. The two machines helped him reduce input costs substantially. ...
 Smart Investor1 week ago
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No Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas for Atali's victims, alas

The test for Prime Minister Narendra Modi would be to convince not just friends in the media with crisp sound bytes but the very people most affected by the politics of hate through concerted action, says Shehzad Poonawala. In a recent interview to a news agency, Prime Minister Narendra Modi once again expressed, in what seemed like an upgraded version of his choreographed and predictable rebuke to party hot-heads, his government's “alleged” commitment to Sabka Saath, Sabka ...
 Rediff.com4 weeks ago Modi warns Hindutva leaders against 'loose talk'  Deccan Herald1 month ago After ruling for 60 years, Congress has suddenly remembered the poor  Deccan Chronicle1 month ago PM Modi's Interview With ANI  Narendra Modi1 month ago
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Haryana: Villagers Attack Police to Prevent Sarpanch's Arrest

Some residents of Dharamgarh village allegedly attacked a police team today who came to the village for detaining the sarpanch accused of siphoning off old-age pension money. The victim, ASI Ramesh Kumar, received minor injuries and was admitted ...
 Outlook India1 month ago

BUMPY ROAD AHEAD FOR KHATTAR REGIME

Share to Facebook Share to Twitter HARYANA CONGRESS TURNS AGGRESSIVE By B.K. Chum CHANDIGARH: Haryana's six-month-old Khattar-led BJP government is going to face testing times. Last week's two developments are a ...
 IPA Newspack.com1 month ago MURKY FACE OF PUNJABS ALLIANCE POLITICS  IPA Newspack.com1 month ago

Transcript of Media Briefing on President's forthcoming visit to Sweden and Belarus

Official Spokesperson (Shri Vikas Swarup): The way we will handle it is, Secretary (West) will make an opening statement, thereafter Press Secretary to the President will add something to that, and then we will throw open the floor to questions.
 Noodls1 month ago

WFI announces 24-member team for Asian Junior Wrestling

Kavita Jain sacks officer for taking bribe Modi kickstarts digital India mission; Gets Rs 4.5 lakh Cr pledge from industry Opposition demands resignation of Vinod Tawde, Pankaja Munde; threatens assly boycott Sukhbir Badal announces Rs 6000 crore ...
 United News of India20 hours ago

Indian junior wrestling team named

Paes-Nestor in second round; Raja-Martin bow out of Wimbledon 'Janaraksha' platform launched in Thane on National Doctors Day UP CM celebrates his 42nd birthday at low key note Budget estimates of raising Rs 24,000 crore through VAT "unrealistic" : ...
 United News of India21 hours ago
Carnegie Endowment

Understanding the Indian Voter

Politicians who seek to gain strength using identity-based appeals alone have generally not fared well. While voters may harbor deep-seated social biases, identity-based concerns and economic evaluations are both in play. The most successful ...
 Carnegie Endowment1 week ago
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Only because his name is Hamid Ansari?

Just like with millions of Indian Muslims, even the vice president of India has been forced to undergo the covert loyalty test: 'you are presumed to be pro-Pakistan until you demonstrably prove you are a nationalist', says Shehzad Poonawalla. Image: Vice President Hamid Ansari in Vietnam in 2013. Photograph: Saisuresh Sivaswamy/Rediff.com It seems to have almost become like a reflex action of sorts for the Bharatiya Janata Party and its die-hard supporters, particularly on social media, ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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