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Demonetisation: Still not sure how digital system will work, s...

In an interview to CNBC-TV18’s Manisha Gupta, Ajay Jakhar, Chairman at Bharat Krishak Samaj spoke about the impact of cash crunch on the agriculture sector. Money Control, 11 hours ago

FM's pre-Budget meet on farming today

Bharat Krishak Samaj suggests… Ten times more funding to propagate organic practices, integrated pest management, bio-pesticides and bio-fertilisers Make it mandatory for cities to allocate space for specific number of farmer/Sunday markets in ...
 Chandigarh Tribune2 weeks ago

Belagavi villagers demand filter plant to treat contaminated water from Ballari Nala

The Bharatiya Krishak Samaj (Samyukta) has asked the Belagavi City Corporation (BCC) to install water filter plant at a convenient location to prevent discharge of effluent-filled water from The Ballari nala to agricultural fields. In a ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

Wheat import duty waiver: will it be the next scam to blow up in NDAs face?

For two days now, opposition parties in Rajya Sabha have been riled up over the union governments latest decision to do away with the import duty on wheat. The move will ruin Indian farmers because it would disincentivise domestic production of wheat and will ...
 catchnews.com4 hours ago

Government scraps wheat import duty to boost supply

Around 2 million tonne (mt) of wheat from Ukraine and Australia has been imported by private players in the current financial year. To improve the supply of wheat, the government on Thursday removed a 10 per cent import duty on the grain. Earlier, ...
 Indian Express1 day ago Govt scraps import duty on wheat  Chandigarh Tribune1 day ago Govt does away with import duty on wheat; farmers protest  Chandigarh Tribune1 day ago India. Experts say scrapping wheat import duty likely to hit farmers income  BlackSeaGrain.net4 hours ago
Financial Express

Rabi sowing falls but officials say demonetisation not to blame

Winter crops in the last two years were significantly below normal (2015-16 output was down 8% from 2013-14 level) and a bumper output was predicted for this year. (Reuters) Putting a serious question mark on the robustness of this year's rabi ...
 Financial Express6 days ago

India: Farmers selling produce 20% cheaper

With fewer buyers in the market for produce, farmers of perishable goods in India are selling their wares for 20 percent cheaper than last year. According to Former Agriculture Secretary Siraj Hussain the lack of income could lead to farmers using ...
 Fresh Plaza1 week ago
Millennium Post

Fertiliser makers say sales intact despite cash crunch

NEW DELHI: Fertiliser manufacturers such as Indian Farmers Fertiliser Cooperative (Iffco), Zuari Agro and National Fertiliser do not see any adverse impact on their sales post the demonetisation move in the beginning of the rabi sowing season. They ...
 Economic Times1 week ago Farmers can buy Rabi seeds with old Rs 500  Equilibrio Informativo2 weeks ago Mr FM, not seeds, we want to buy fertiliser  Economic Times2 weeks ago Rs. 35,000 cr. to ease rural cash crunch  The Hindu2 weeks ago

Will final GST bill put farm goods on exempted list?

Revised draft model Bill clearly says an agriculturist for the purpose of agriculture won't be liable for registration under GST. Many definitions of agriculture are likely to come up in the wake of the revised draft model GST Bill which was placed in the public domain on Saturday. This is because the revised draft has not made any major change to in its definition of ‘agriculture’ or ‘agriculturists’ for the purpose of taxation, leaving the door open for ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago Farming likely to remain grey area under revised draft  Smart Investor1 week ago

Farmers use last year's seeds to plant rabi crop, good weather a blessing

NEW DELHI: Crop planting in the current rabi season is on full throttle, and is likely to continue as favourable weather and attractive support prices are helping farmers, who are undeterred by traders' worries over demonetisation, officials said. ...
 Economic Times1 week ago
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