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Create SOP for 'exceptions dealing mechanism' for cash transfers under PMGKY: HC sends PIL for representation

Create SOP for 'exceptions dealing mechanism' for cash transfers under PMGKY: HC sends PIL for representation

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Andhra farmers' union demands free power scheme, not direct benefit transfers

Andhra farmers' union demands free power scheme, not direct benefit transfers

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CPM condemns permanent free power to farmers by Andhra Govt

CPM condemns permanent free power to farmers by Andhra Govt

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Assam govt to transfer Rs 1,000 per month to each family

Assam govt to transfer Rs 1,000 per month to each family

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Meet Rural India's Need To Beat Economic Slowdown

By focussing on our farmers and rural areas we can come out of the present economic slowdown.

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On Verge Of Extinction

Fertilizer Association of India is all set to commence its annual seminar with a serious concern for the Industry to become extinct with the way it has been allegedly ignored by the government.

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Fertilizer Industry Is Eyeing For Free Trade Practice: KS Raju Chairman FAI

CARE ratings have released their second-quarter estimates for fertilizer industry with a positive comeback due to Rabi sowing and domestic dependency. Fertilizer Association of India is also set to organize its annual seminar on ‘Fertilizer & Farm Income’ topic. It shows a deep impact of union government’s policies on this industry.

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Govt Rolls Out Direct Benefit Transfer For Fertiliser Subsidy In 7 States

The government bears about Rs 70,000 crore annually as fertiliser subsidy to provide cheaper nutrients to farmers

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Direct Benefit Transfer in Fertilizer Is A Welcome Move, Yara Fertilizers India Pvt Ltd

Fertilizers are believed to be the backbone when it comes to the involvement of chemical industry in the agriculture activities of India. Post Neem coating of Urea, black marketing has been put to a halt and steps taken to make its reach to the farmers more efficient, but still remains a plenty to do in this segment. Yara International is a Norwegian fertiliser conglomerate, which had started its India operations in 2011. They are the one who is planning to take over Tata chemicals Babrala urea plant and its distribution on a debt and cash free basis for a staggering USD 400 million. BW Businessworld in an exclusive interview speaks with Sanjiv Kanwar, Sr. VP, Yara Fertilisers India Pvt Ltd, on a range of issues related to the industry.

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Govt Saved Rs 57,000 Crore Through DBT Scheme, Says Prasad

Scores of schemes like MGNREGA have been linked to DBT, under which the receivables are transferred directly to the beneficiary's bank accounts

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Women’s Participation Essential For Financial Inclusion: Dr Rebecca Tavares

Women’s participation is essential to the sustainable development goals framework of which India is major participant. As women build their capital assets, they will become more successful in terms of financial inclusion

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Agrarian Growth on India’s 70th Independence – A Preview

India's Gross Domestic Productivity (GDP) is expected to grow at 7.1 per cent in the Financial Year (FY) 2016-17. It is believed to be led by growth in private consumption, while GDP of agriculture is expected to grow beyond the old trend and could grow at 4.1 per cent to reach at Rs 1.11 trillion.

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19% Of Indian Population Remains Unbanked

Despite the efforts of the government, significant portion of Indian population still remains devoid of access to basic formal credit facilities

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3 Years Of Modi Government | Quick On Key Reforms

Oil and gas is one of the core sectors and has a significant impact on all other sectors of the economy

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Better Targeting Of Kerosene Subsidy Is Govt's Next Agenda, Says Arun Jaitley

After the initial experiment in food and fertiliser, better targeting of kerosene subsidy is next on government agenda to plug diversion and black marketing of the fuel, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said

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