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Nov 09, 2017
As onion, tomato prices shoot up in UP, Yogi Adityanath govt orders crackdown on hoarders, black marketersYogi Adityanath on Thursday asked officials to crack down on hoarders and black marketers who were responsible for the escalation of prices of onions and tomatoes in the market.
Nov 09, 2017
Narendra Modi's failure to deliver electoral promise has cost us Rs 2 lakh crore, says farmer's bodyNarendra Modi's failure to implement his electoral promise of 50 percent profit above the cost of production has resulted in about Rs 2 lakh crore loss to farmers this kharif season, farmers unions said.
Aug 31, 2017
Marathwada Diary: Farmers risk a dicey second sowing as rainfall failure stunts growth of Kharif cropsFarmers in Marathwada gamble on a second sowing in a desperate need to raise some cash ahead of Rabi season as they expect poor yield due to rainfall failure during first round of Kharif sowing
Jun 27, 2017
Minimum support price hike for kharif crops higher than last year, but still modest: NomuraMarket prices of some crops have gone below the MSP, which could discourage sowing, particularly in the case of pulses and oil seeds, Nomura said.
Jun 23, 2017
MP farmers' unrest: State constitutes commission to regulate crop cost, marketingMP govt has constituted a commission to make recommendations for providing beneficial pricing and marketing of agricultural produce in the state.
May 14, 2017
Monsoon to make landfall on 25 May: Southwesterly winds advances to Andaman sea; IMD predicts good rainsIf forecast from the Indian Meterological Department (IMD) is to be believed, most hearts in the country will be heartened by the southwest monsoon, scheduled to arrive in India in three weeks' time
May 05, 2017
Why does govt continue to procure rice and wheat in a big way but ignore nutritional crops?Were the government to agree to procurement of pulses, there is a good possibility that existing rice and wheat farmers might switch to growing pulses instead
Apr 18, 2017
IMD sees normal monsoon this year: Good news for GDP, but don't rush to celebrate yetThe monsoon forecast is critical for us since around half of India’s agricultural production consists of kharif crops which are largely rain-fed.
Apr 18, 2017
WPI inflation at 5.7%: With food prices remaining the villain, monsoon holds the keyThe Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) had cautioned in its recent policy readings that monsoons this year will be crucial to decide the course of policy rates, while changing its policy stance from ‘accommodative’ to ‘neutral’ early this year.
Dec 22, 2016
Demonetisation: Concerns on farm output minimal, but rural demand may feel the heat amid cash crunchThe demonetisation scheme has affected agriculture and linked activities not just in terms of affecting output at the margin, but also lowering potential income as this sector is almost fully cash driven