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Andhra Pradesh: Budget estimates reduced by 1.4 pc due to coronavirus

Andhra Pradesh: Budget estimates reduced by 1.4 pc due to coronavirus

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Summer Crop Sowing Speeding Up As Monsoon Covers Half Of India

Farmers have planted summer-sown crops on 9.26 million hectares (22.9 million acres) as of June 12, up 13.2% compared with the same period a year ago

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Summer Crop Sowing Speeding Up As Monsoon Covers Half Of India

Monsoons deliver about 70% of India's annual rainfall and are the lifeblood of its $2.5 trillion economy, spurring farm output and boosting rural spending on items ranging from gold to cars

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Locust Swarm - A Race Between Mankind And Insects

Locust swarm has grown due to various reasons but it has moved forward for one and only reason that is food. There may be various ways to curb this menace but a long term policy is must. BW Businessworld investigate historical development and talk to people who are subject experts.

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Electricity Amendment Bill 2020 Not In Interest Of Farmers, Poor: Chhattisgarh CM

It is necessary to give concession to people and farmers of the poor section of the society to make them self-sufficient and competent.

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A New Path In The Wild

The relief package for agriculture went far beyond cursory sops, to chart out a new route to a more self-reliant future for the farming community. But, what do the stakeholders think of it?

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Agriculture India-For the Farmer-Big or Small

The government should also increase its efforts in providing an agro-produce logistics department which directs produce from the farmer straight to the actual consumer where both enjoy higher & lower prices respectively, besides good quality.

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Economic Stimulus And Its Implication

There are some keys steps like amending the Essential Commodities Act wherein cereals, oil, potatoes and onion will be out of the ambit. Farmers would benefit in terms of pricing and these measures may encourage help in deurbanization to some extent.

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Change In APMC ACT Will Enable Farmers To Get Remunerative Prices Of Their Produce: PM Modi At CIIs 125th Annual Summit

PM Narendra Modi recalled his government's commitment towards farming community of India during his address to nation at CIIs 125th annual summit.

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Reviving The Economy From COVID-19 Impact: A Little Care For Agriculture Will Help

Agriculture contributed about 17% of Indian GDP. Agriculture, with its allied sectors, is the largest source of livelihoods in India.

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Incentivising The Agrarian Sector Will Lift Indian Economy

In the emerging economic landscapes, patient capital ought to be made available to not just agriculture, but also to budding entrepreneurs and small and medium industries.

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Why The Agri-Reforms Are Revolutionary

Sutanu Guru argues why and how the latest reforms announced for the agriculture sector will transform the lives of farmers

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Farmers Gather Record Wheat Crop, But Cannot Move It

The country-wide lockdown, introduced in late March to stem the spread of the new coronavirus, has led to a labour shortage across rural India, crimping the harvest and preventing the bagging and movement of it.

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Agriculture: Year Of Farmers?

Procurement and storage problems may spoil the thrill of a good winter crop for farmers this year

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Slew of Exemptions For Agriculture Amidst Lockdown

Ministry of Home affairs had released list of exempted activities as outlined by PM Modi in his address to the nation on 14 April. BW Businessworld lists out key exemptions and views of some stakeholders

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