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Apr 11, 2019
BJP manifesto is like a good dream, easy to sell; but does the govt have the money to implement promises?The BJP manifesto promises a whole host of things (like the Congress manifesto) without really bothering to explain, where is the money to implement the promised things going to come from.
Feb 01, 2019
Budget 2019: Basic income for farmers to boost rural consumption, higher credit to help agriculture sector, say expertsThe government decision to allocate Rs 75,000 crore to 12 crore farmers for a minimum assured income of Rs 6,000 per year in the interim budget will boost the rural consumption and positive for agriculture and allied sectors
Jan 22, 2018
Budget 2018 may hike agriculture credit target to Rs 11 lakh cr as govt aims to get higher farm outputThe govt has been providing interest subvention to make available short-term farm credit at an affordable rate and help boost farm output
Jan 20, 2018
Budget 2018 must stimulate agriculture sector to help fertiliser players, says ICRAThe forthcoming Union Budget should provide several policy measures to give a stimulus to the troubled agricultural sector, which in turn would help the cash-starved fertiliser companies, says a report.
Jun 14, 2017
Amid farmer protests, govt extends interest subsidy on short-term crop loansThe Interest Subvention Scheme for 2017-18 has been approved in the Cabinet meeting, headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, today
Apr 03, 2015
Modi's comments on farm sector lending is grossly unfair; banks have always lent to farmersIt is time government thinks about ways to mobilise funds for farm sector from non-banking sources and stop forcing banks to lend
Feb 17, 2014
Farm credit to cross Rs 7 lakh cr, exports to surge over $45 bnChidambaram also stated that agricultural exports are likely to cross $45 billion this fiscal, as against $41 billion in 2012-13.
Jan 03, 2014
Agriculture credit jumped seven-fold during UPA's tenure: PMAgriculture credit jumped seven-fold to Rs 7,00,000 crore in the past ten years of UPA government, boosting foodgrains output to a record and enabling enactment of food law.