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Good returns: More farmers take to oilseed, soy cultivation in Madhya...
Hindustan Times

Good returns: More farmers take to oilseed, soy cultivation in...

Sullakhedi, a dusty village near Indore which is home to several soybean farmers, is eagerly awaiting the onset of monsoon to plant the oilseed, which is now trading at Rs3,900 per quintal in the wholesale mandis, almost Rs1,200 per quintal more ... Hindustan Times, 4 hours ago

Avail full benefit of Govt schemes

e Minister Brijmohan Agrawal said that development of villages, poor and farmers is the prime objective of State Government's Lok Suraaj campaign. Development of farmers and labourers leads to progress of the villages, and progress of villages is ...
 New Delhi Pioneer4 weeks ago

Naga women vegetable vendors

Introduction: One can see women vending vegetables and other local produces at different places (villages, small towns in Nagaland & Manipur) mostly concentrating in the state Capital Kohima, Imphal and commercial centre Dimapur. Generally local men ...
 Sangai Express2 weeks ago

Irrigation schemes to come up in restive Bijapur

e and Water Resources Minister Brijmohan Agrawal on announced irrigation schemes worth Rs16.90 crore for Bijapur district as a part of 'Lok Suraj' campaign. An amount of Rs7.5 crore was sanctioned for Usoor Canal, Rs3.75 crore to Kotampalli ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 week ago

The Failing Fields: Bonus withdrawal bites Madhya Pradesh farmers this time

For the 2014-15 crop currently being marketed, the Centre's MSP has been raised marginally to Rs 1,450 per quintal, but there's no bonus. For Sandeep Baghel, the spanking state-of-the-art silos about 8 km from the mandi here are symbolic of the ...
 Indian Express2 weeks ago

RSS Economic Path Going back to basics

Shivaji Sarkar The country may be in for a change in its economic pattern. The RSS is making an effort to transform the economy, junking Manmohanomics and taking the Indian economy back to basics. The villages and the farmer are its focus. It is ...
 Daily Excelsior.com3 weeks ago Massive change in economic path planned, small is beautiful  Nagaland Post3 weeks ago

Different kind of killing fields

Neeta Lal / 26 April 2015 Imprudent agrarian policies are causing widespread rural distress. ...
 Khaleej Times4 weeks ago

Revenue, Agriculture Deptts assessing crop damages: Hanjura

Excelsior Correspondent JAMMU, Apr 19: Minister for Agriculture, Ghulam Nabi Lone Hanjura today said that the PDP-BJP Government headed by Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed is committed to provide better amenities to the people. He said special ...
 Daily Excelsior.com1 month ago

Jashpur farmers end green chilly dependence on neighbouring States

s of Sanna region in the Bagicha Development Block of the district have found enormous success through cultivation of green chilly. Green chilly is grown in an estimated 2,000 hectares of land since 2011 in the region following farmers of the region ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago

Farmers in Maoist hotbed Dantewada to get power lines near rivers

s having their land near rivers and nullahs in insurgency-infested Dantewada district would get power lines near their farms to enable them run their irrigation pumps. The farmers after getting power connections would be able to run their irrigation ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago
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