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Shekhawat, Krishna Raj take charge as MoS Agriculture

Gajendra Singh Shekhawat and Krishna Raj today took charge as Minister of State (MoS)for Agriculture and said their priority will be to achieve the government's objective to double farmers' income by 2022. The agriculture ministry will now have three MoS ... Business Standard, 2 weeks ago
New faces in the Agriculture Ministry Business Standard, 3 weeks ago

29 images for parliamentary standing committee on agriculture

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Darjeeling unrest: After 78 days, GJM decides to withdraw bandh till next round of talks with Bengal govt

The GJM central committee has decided to put off indefinite strike in Darjeeling hills till next round of talks with West Bengal government. The bandh will be relaxed from 6AM on Friday and normalcy will be maintained for the next 12 days, said Binay Tamang, ...
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Lyching, farmer issues rock both houses of Parliament

The issue of lynchings resonated in the Rajya Sabha on Wednesday where the Opposition alleged involvement of 'some members' of Bharatiya Janata Party and Sangh Parivar in these incidents even as the government said communal colour should not be given to such violence; while in the Lok Sabha, the Opposition accused the government of not being sensitive towards farmers' issues. Rajya Sabha As the House took up a discussion on the mob lynching issue, ...
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Monsoon Session of Parliament to have 19 sittings, 34 bills await passing

The Monsoon Session of Parliament began on 17 July and will extend up to 11 August. There will be a total of 19 sittings during the session. The agenda for legislation includes 18 pending bills for passing. Of these 18, nine have been cleared by Lok Sabha.
 catchnews.com2 months ago
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After reshuffle, new ministers get down to work

A day after being sworn-in, the new ministers took charge of their portfolios. Here’s a look at the various new ministers on their first day at work.  >> Alphons Kannanthanam IMAGE: The Minister of State for Culture and Environment, Forest & Climate Change, Dr Mahesh Sharma greeting the new Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Tourism, Alphons Kannanthanam, in New Delhi. All photographs: Press Information Bureau India’s new Tourism Minister ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago Here is all you should know about third reshuffle of PM Modi Cabinet  Sify3 weeks ago Cabinet reshuffle: All you need to know about ministers likely to be inducted  DNA3 weeks ago Profiles of new ministers to be inducted into cabinet  Deccan Herald3 weeks ago
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Dedicated party veterans, ex-bureaucrats in Modi's chosen nine

The nine new members to be inducted in the Union council of ministers include four former senior bureaucrats and also BJP leaders from the states of Karnataka, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh which go to polls in the near future. Here are their short profiles: ...
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Subsidies for building godowns held up

Entrepreneurs have built the much-needed warehouses to store farm produce across the country, but payment of subsidies to the tune of Rs 1,000 crore has been held up by the government due to lack of funds. The Parliamentary Standing Committee on Agriculture, ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
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'Today, even the RBI is under political pressure'

'There is no difference between the earlier government and the present government.''They are all following the economic policy based on the Chicago School of thought.''This school of thought says the government should have very little role in governing the country and the majority of work should be handed over to the private sector.''This has not succeeded in the US.''Yet, it is being tried here by people like Arvind Subramaniam, Arvind Panagariya, Urjit Patel and Raghuram Rajan.''These ...
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Modi in Israel: Why you should care

'Previous governments in India had reservations about working with Israel.''Modi has shed this tag.''Disengaging itself from its traditional and ideological foreign policy approach in the Middle East shall serve India's long-term interests.'Rajaram Panda explains why the significance of Modi's visit to the Jewish nation goes beyond markers like the first-ever visit to Israel by an Indian PM and 25 years of diplomatic ties. An India-Israel reset is overdue A talking point for Modi in Israel ...
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