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He went to Harvard Business School to help India's farmers

Siddharth Tata's Purple Chilli helps vegetable farmers earn an income 365 days a year. A day in the life of desperate Indian farmers IMAGE: After graduating from IIT-Madras, Siddharth Tata worked with McKinsey & Company for four years. It was here that he got a chance to do consulting work in the rural and agricultural sector and found his calling. Photographs: Kind courtesy Purple Chilli   When Siddharth Tata graduated from the Indian Institute of Technology-Madras -- living up to ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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Modi @ 3: A report card

Critics argue that much more could have been done and that the government was slow to react to many events. In the last three years, the Narendra Modi government has faced it all. From severe droughts that crippled its farm economy to bountiful rains that produced highest ever foodgrain output. In between, the farm sector has seen serious attempts to structurally change the rural sector with a new crop insurance programme, renewed focus on irrigation and emphasis on health of the soil. Critics ...
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HRD Ministry eyes overhauling of education sector

[India] May 17 (ANI): With the aim to improve the quality of education and also to make India a hub of world class universities, the Ministry of Human Resource Development has taken a slew of measures to overhaul the education system in the country. It has ...
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'The farmer is dying and the country is rejoicing'

'The corporate sector says by 2022 they will create 300 million jobs.' 'In the last 70 years we didn't do it, how will we do it in 5 years?' 'Only agriculture can bail out the economy. Unfortunately, it is not being looked into.' On Tuesday, April 4, the Uttar Pradesh government decided to waive off crop loans of up to Rs 1 lakh of small and marginal farmers. About 21 million farmers will benefit from this decision. Again on Tuesday, the Madras high court directed the Tamil Nadu government ...
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