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Indian Farmers' Organizations...

-- In a statement released ahead of the WTO General Council meeting tomorrow, farmers' organizations in India called upon the Indian Government to stand firm on linking the Food Security proposal with the Trade Facilitation Agreement in WTO. Farmers ... Focus on the Global South, 2 weeks ago
India must stand firm on food security issue, say farmers Third World Network, 1 month ago
Times of India

Govt to ban pesticides harming bees

NEW DELHI: The fertiliser ministry is likely to soon recommend a ban on the use of a pesticides that are harmful for bees, particularly honeybees. Fertilizer minister Ananth Kumar on Monday said one such pesticide which is being used across the ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago
Queensland Country Life

Indian govt worried over Food Inflation

After Indian inflation went up this summer, with rise in the price of basic foodstuffs, the government of Narendra Modi responded with two apparently contradictory moves. First, it doubled the minimum export price of onions a staple of Indian ...
 Agron Food Processing1 month ago Produce price worries for Indian govt  Queensland Country Life1 month ago
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Modi govt must not ignore farmers

The farming community expects much more substance from the government, says Ajay Vir Jakhar. Young Indians starting their careers in an environment devoid of hope and opportunity and surviving on dole will be inclined to populist politics.  But the farming community expects much more substance from the government, and the Budget was a good example of how populism trumped substantive policy. Like his predecessors, Arun Jaitley chose not to clear the smokescreen over the government's ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Ajay Vir Jakhar: Betting the farm on populism  Business Standard India1 month ago
Samaylive

Most of these seats have come in states such as Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan

An interesting aspect of the victory of Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) in the 2014 general elections is the overwhelming number of seats the party has won in the rural areas An interesting aspect of the victory of Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) in the ...
 Samaylive1 month ago
Rediff.com

Monsoon deficiency to hurt urban consumption more

Frequent power cuts are not the only side effect of the scorching heat and delayed and deficient monsoon urban consumers are faced with. There are chances of taps running dry and prices of fruits and vegetables spiking. And with no respite from high inflation in sight, the possibility of interest rates coming down is low, belying hopes of reductions in the equated monthly instalments on home or vehicle loans any time soon. Does this suggest the predicted deficiency in monsoon rain is likely ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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