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Oct 18, 2017
Maharashtra farm loan waiver scheme: Mandatory Aadhaar, blocking of ghost accounts save taxpayers moneyThe online application form which had 56 columns to be filled in to avail financial benefits under the scheme also came under tremendous opposition scrutiny who termed it as cumbersome and harassment to farmers.
Oct 18, 2017
NITI Aayog’s Rajiv Kumar says tax dept has to act as 'vyapari mitra' to ease note ban, GST pain for small unitsThe big fear among SMEs is not about paying tax tomorrow but related to their past actions. An assurance must be given with as much credibility as possible to end that fear, NITI Aayog's Rajiv Kumar suggests
Oct 16, 2017
Days after Yavatmal deaths, seven farmers from Solapur hospitalised after contact with chemicalsSeven farmers from Solapur district have been admitted to a private hospital after they complained of uneasiness after coming in contact of chemicals used over grape plantation
Oct 15, 2017
Venkaiah Naidu urges Parliament, politicians and press to do more for improve rural IndiaHaving trounced the BJP's nominee in the Gurdaspur Lok Sabha bypolls, Congress leader Sunil Jakhar on Sunday said the saffron party must read the writing on the wall now.
Oct 13, 2017
Odisha govt likely to declare drought-hit areas after 98 blocks face dry spellThe Odisha government on Thursday said it may declare drought in some regions since at least 98 of the state's 314 blocks are experiencing a dry spell due to deficient rainfall during monsoon this year, officials said.
Oct 09, 2017
Piyush Goyal says Jay Amit Shah will sue website for Rs 100 crore for 'malicious article'; Congress, Left, TMC demand probePiyush Goyal said that Amit Shah's son Jay Shah will initiate civil and criminal defamation proceedings against The Wire, suing them Rs 100 crores for publishing 'malicious article' against his business
Oct 03, 2017
Robots complete first harvest of crop on farm operated exclusively by autonomous machinesThe Harper Adams team plans to use the robotically harvested spring barley to make a limited batch of "hands- free" beer.
Sep 27, 2017
Delhi stares at another smoggy winter as stubble burning picks up in neighbouring Punjab, HaryanaThis time the Delhi government is especially concerned about farm residue burning as the city will host a few matches of the U-17 FIFA world cup in October
Sep 25, 2017
Israel to help Haryana in increasing the amount of milk produced in the state with technologyThe 'White Revolution' in Haryana is set to get an Israeli boost. Haryana would now benefit from the techniques and experience of Israel.
Sep 25, 2017
BJP blames Congress govt's failure to implement farm debt waiver for rise in suicides in PunjabThe BJP Monday alleged that the Amarinder Singh government's failure to implement the promised farm debt waiver has led to a "steep" rise in the number of farmer suicides in Punjab