Articles by Agriculture

Harvestors In Gravy

Tamil Nadu officials loot money meant for small farmers under the PM Kisan scheme

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Mandis Get A Union Rejig

Why farmers are agitating against the Centre’s ordinance route to reorganising India’s system of agricultural marketing

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The Peafoul

Peacock numbers are rising in India. But the growing population is also leading to increasing conflict with farmers trying to save their crops from hordes of the protected national bird descending on their fields.

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Corporate Farming -- How New Laws Can Change Face Of Indian Agriculture

Most companies say farm incomes will zoom, fair prices will become the norm and exploitation of growers will end

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A Skilling Program For Food Processing To Help India Prosper

While India is a top producer of several farm products, it still lags behind its neighbours such as Thailand and Vietnam in the area of food processing.

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Want Food Security? Try Agroecology

Decentralised, local community-owned food systems based on shorter food supply chains that can cope with future shocks are now needed more than ever.

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For Food Security, Community Involvement Is The Key

With a little help and encouragement, tribals from two remote blocks in Odisha banish malnourishment while wooing biodiversity in their region.

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Seeds Of A Revolution

The government’s intervention in the agriculture sector is expected to help farmers take control of their destinies

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How India and Africa Can Start A Revolution In Agriculture And Food Security

On the occasion of World Hunger Day, a look at how India and the African states can ramp up research and cooperation in agriculture, which plays a key role in food and nutrition security

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COVIDED! Tears For Mango Growers, Alphonso Hardest Hit By Weather, Low Online Sales

The sale of mangoes has been blighted by the coronavirus pandemic. Lack of proper transportation and supply has impacted the trade of the quickly perishable fruit

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