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Central Government to open Krishi Vigyan Kendra in all the dis...

Skill development work initiated at 100 KVKs and pulses and oilseeds hubs are being established at equal number of KVKs The Central Government has announced opening of at least one Krishi Vigyan Kendra in all districts of the country. This will ... Capital Market, 1 month ago

NFSM official reviews pulse, oilseed cultivation in Nalbari dist

Correspondent NALBARI, Nov 3 - The National Food Security Mission (NFSM) has been trying to promote pulse and oilseed cultivation in the State. A high-level official team of the NFSM on Wednesday visited Nalbari district to conduct a spot study of ...
 Assam Tribune1 month ago

Assam chosen to grow pulses, oilseeds

Sivasish Thakur GUWAHATI, Oct 12 - In a welcome boost to the State's agriculture sector, Assam has been chosen by the Union Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare under a special project for growing pulses and oilseeds in rice fallow areas. ...
 Assam Tribune1 month ago

Demonetisation puts brakes on agri-commodity exports

Farmers harvest cotton in a field in Nana Viramgam village in Gujarat Demonetisation has not only impacted the arrival of agri-commodities in the market, but, has also taken a toll on export orders in commodities like cotton, groundnut and soya ...
 Smart Investor4 days ago
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Farmers eye new crops as Punjab dries up

Labourers work in a paddy field at Thaska village in Punjab July 25, 2012. REUTERS/Ajay Verma/Files By Athar Parvaiz CHANDIGARH, India (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - It is hailed as India's granary, but Punjab faces a drastic decline in ...
 Reuters India1 month ago As India's 'granary' exhausts groundwater, farmers eye new crops  Yahoo! Finance1 month ago As India's granary exhausts groundwater, farmers eye new crops  The Express Tribune1 month ago
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India's drought-stricken farmers plant thirstiest crop

Parubai Govind Pawar, a 55-year-old female worker cuts sugarcane in a field in Degaon village in Solapur, in Maharashtra, India December 18, 2015. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui/File photo By Rajendra Jadhav | AURANGABAD, India AURANGABAD, India ...
 Reuters India1 month ago Sweet paradox: Drought-stricken farmers plant thirstiest crop in India  Smart Investor1 month ago Sweet paradox: India's drought-stricken farmers plant thirstiest crop  Himalayan Times1 month ago

Harvest begins a fortnight earlier in Sri Ganganagar

JAIPUR: Following rising tensions between India and Pakistan, villagers in Sri Ganganagar have started harvesting crops a fortnight early. The district administration too has granted permission for the same, and have an evacuation plan ready in ...
 Times of India2 months ago

HVS Market Pulse: Baton Rouge, LA

By Bunmi Adeboye , Project Manager at New Orleans Baton Rouge, aka the "Red Stick," was so named by 17th century French explorers who came upon a native boundary marker at the top of a bluff, in the form of pole painted red. Now the capital city ...
 Hospitality Net1 month ago HVS Market Pulse: Baton Rouge, LA | By Bunmi Adeboye  Hospitality Net1 month ago HVS Market Report - Baton Rouge, LA - By Bunmi Adeboye  Hospitality Trends1 month ago
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English rendering of PM's Mann Ki Baat address on All India Radio

My dear countrymen, Namaskar. Last month, all of us were celebrating Diwali. Like every year, this Diwali too, I had gone to the border, to the China border, to celebrate the occasion with our soldiers, our jawans. I celebrated Diwali with ITBP men ...
 Prime Minister of India4 days ago PM speaks at length on demonetizations in Mann ki baat  CAclubindia1 week ago English rendering of the text of PM's Mann Ki Baat address on All India Radio on 27.11.2016  Press Information Bureau1 week ago PM Modi 'Mann Ki Baat' address on All India Radio on 27.11.2016  News Track India1 week ago

Cash crunch: Arhtiyas come to the rescue of farmers

The time-tested system of lending from arhtiyas has come handy for farmers as notwithstanding demonetisation blues, over 83 per cent of rabi sowing has been completed in the state. Courtesy seeds and fertilisers purchased on slips issued by their ...
 Chandigarh Tribune1 week ago
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