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Feb 27, 2020
Govt decides to lift 6-month old ban on onion exports; prices expected to fall sharply due to bumper rabi cropIndia, the world’s biggest exporter of onion, banned exports of onions in September last year to keep domestic supplies intact after flooding in several states worsened seasonal shortages, leading to a spike in local prices
Dec 03, 2019
Centre asks states to act against onion hoarders, create buffer stocks, distribute imported edible bulbs at reasonable ratesThe Centre has already banned onion exports and decided to import 1.2 lakh tonnes of onions, besides imposing stock holding limit on traders
Sep 26, 2019
Amarinder Singh writes to Narendra Modi, seeks compensation for Punjab farmers to motivate them against stubble burningPunjab chief minister Captain Amarinder Singh has written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi seeking cost compensation of Rs 100 per quintal of paddy to motivate farmers against the burning of paddy residue in the open fields, the chief minister's office said in a statement on Wednesday
Dec 03, 2018
Onion agony: Nashik farmer donates meagre earning to PMO fund to highlight plight, but prefers to stay mum on hoardingThe reality is that old onions, from last summer’s crop is not fetching any price in the market as there is no demand for it.
May 21, 2018
Icra forecasts Q4 GDP growth at 7.4% on account of good rabi harvest, improved corporate earningsThe Central Statistics Office (CSO) is scheduled to come out with GDP estimate for the fourth quarter (Q4) of fiscal 2017-18 and provisional annual estimates for the year 2017-18 on 31 May
Feb 16, 2018
Madhya Pradesh farm crisis: Unseasonal hail flatten standing crops in 984 villages, CM orders survey of affected regionsThe chief minister said that lists of farmers, who have been affected by the hailstorms, should be put up on the walls of panchayat bhavans and other public places, he said.
Jan 30, 2018
Rains stay away from north India, making it driest January since 1901; prolonged dry spell may impact Rabi cropThis month is set to become the driest January in over a century, with just 2.2 millimetres of rain being recorded across the entire country in the first 30 days of the month, as against the normal average of 45.5 millimetres
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.
Dec 01, 2016
GDP: Expect bigger shock from note ban; PM Modi needs an exigency planIt is time for PM Modi himself to take the lead to minimise the damage caused by one of the boldest reform measures initiated by him, the intention of which isn’t doubted even by his political opponents
Nov 23, 2016
Demonetisation: Small businesses struggle due to cash crunch; digitisation can't happen overnightThe small businesses are in a frenzy as the vendors aren't accepting old currency and new currency is scarce as it is rationed.