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May 28, 2019
How can India gauge vulnerability of its agricultural productivity to climate change?The sensitivity of agricultural productivity to climate depends strongly on crop selection.
May 20, 2019
Pre-monsoon rainfall 22% lower than usual across India, says IMD; highest deficiency recorded in all 4 southern states at 46%Pre-monsoon rainfall from March to May, which is a phenomenon vital to agriculture in several parts of the country, has recorded a deficiency of 22 percent, according to India Meteorological Department (IMD) data.
Mar 22, 2019
World Water Day 2019: UN highlights need to provide safe water 'for all'; take this quiz to know more about water usage globallyWorld Water Day is recognised by the United Nations to highlight the goal to provide clean water "for all" by 2030
Mar 19, 2019
NCRB's silence on farmer suicides: RTI reply reveals why organisation has not released data since 2016The number of farmer suicides is the tip of the iceberg of an agricultural crisis, and by not making “uncomfortable” figures public under various pretexts, the government is doing a disservice to itself and to the public at large
Dec 13, 2018
Agrarian crisis: Bias against agriculture needs to go for revival; higher investment, change in attitude towards sector a mustMore attention to agriculture by way of higher investment and positive attitudinal changes, therefore, may actually bring about better economic dividends and put India into a higher development trajectory like other Asian nations. The sooner this is realised, the better it would be to revitalise agriculture and rural economy.
Jul 14, 2018
Climate change may reduce rabi and kharif crop earnings by up to 13.7% and 5.5%; farmers left to their own resources to copeThe farmers of Sri Muktsar district chose to play it safe; elsewhere farmers might choose to deal with climate change differently.
Apr 11, 2017
Amid corruption and bureaucratic red-tapism, RSS farmers' body warns Centre of stronger agitation if unheardRSS-affiliated farmers' body BKS has raised a red flag against the existing government policies related to the agricultural sector and the bureaucratic functioning, alleging that these factors have impoverished Indian farmers and compelled them to commit suicide.
Feb 25, 2015
Achche din no more: BJP will lose aam aadmi with Land Acquisition BillThe controversy over the Land Acquisition Bill is threatening to reinforce the image that evolved with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s pinstriped suit.
Apr 03, 2012
NABARD's financial aid to K'taka touches all-time high of Rs 6,053 croreThe financial support to banks, NGOs and the state government in Karnataka by NABARD touched an all-time high of Rs 6,053 crore last fiscal, a rise of about 40 percent from 2010-11.
Sep 26, 2011
Farm loan to touch Rs 5.20 lakh cr on good monsoon: NabardFarm loan disbursal is expected to exceed the target of Rs 4.75 lakh crore and touch Rs 5.20 lakh crore in 2011-12 on the back of good monsoon, National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development said today.