Advertisement

Latest Articles in agriculture

Three Years Of Modi Govt: Where Reforms Are Taking Us

Agriculture, industry & services have displayed buoyancy, despite poor monsoon and weak global demand

Read More

‘We Will Train Farmers, Not Waive Off Loans’

Radha Mohan Singh, Minister of Agriculture and Farmer Welfare, speaks about the challenges and achievements of his ministry and the way forward

Read More

Three Years Of Modi Govt: Reaping What You Sow

Agriculture is one sector where everyone in Team Modi needs to pull their weight

Read More

No Politics In Farmer Welfare: Rajasthan CM At Gram 2017

Taking a huge leap forward for the development of agriculture and allied areas, the government of Rajasthan along with Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry has organised a mega agriculture event — Global Rajasthan Agritech Meet 2017 — at Kota

Read More

Monsoon 2017: Yet Another Dismal Forecast?

India’s economy largely relies on its agricultural returns and the farmland banks on a good monsoon. As the sorry state of affairs stand, our country hasn’t had the best of monsoons for the past few years. This year too, isn’t an exception

Read More

Kwality Disburses First Tranche Of Rs 4,000 Cr Of Loans To Its Farmers

This is a part of a MoU, inked earlier this year, where Bank of Baroda would disburse Rs 4,000 crore of loans to Kwality's one lakh farmers in the initial phase, out of its existing network comprising of 3.5 lakh farmers across 4,700 villages across Rajasthan, UP, and Haryana

Read More

Agriculture During Three Years Of NDA

In order to lift agriculture growth up, serious initiatives were needed in the areas of technology, market, irrigation and other development programmes

Read More

Agriculture-Led Growth Is Key To Pro-Poor Growth: Shenggen Fan Of IFPRI

On 11 May, the International Food Policy Research Institute, the Trust for Advancement of Agricultural Sciences and the Indian Council of Agricultural Research began a two-day international conference in New Delhi on ‘Sustainable Development Goals: India’s Preparedness and Role of Agriculture’

Read More

Private Forecaster Skymet Holds To Weak Monsoon View, Contrary To IMD

India’s only private weather agency, Skymet, on Thursday warned against “irrational exuberance” after a state forecast flagged heavier-than-expected monsoon rains and the stocks of companies dependent on the farm economy shot ahead a second straight day

Read More

India Facing Higher Monsoon Rains Than Forecast, Says IMD Chief

India looks likely to receive higher monsoon rainfall than previously forecast as concern over the El Nino weather condition has eased, the chief of the weather office said, raising prospects of higher farm and economic growth

Read More

Should Farmers Pay Income Tax?

Sutanu Guru analyses the controversy over a statement that emanated from the Niti Ayog and concludes that the real issue revolves around rich Indians taking advantage of exemptions for agricultural income

Read More

We Plan To Transform Urban Agriculture By Turning Rooftops Into Farms: Khetify

Charging a one-time fee for installation of khets (farms) and a maintenance charge for the supply of high-quality seeds, saplings, organic fertilisers, herbicides, and so on, Khetify is transforming agriculture practices by focusing on the urban setting, with a sustainable approach

Read More

Infrastructure: Frost Bite

India’s cold chain sector is suffering from several infrastructure woes. Result: severe food wastage

Read More