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Ram Mudholkar
New Delhi, September 25, 2017
The impact of a good monsoon could be felt in the collective sigh of relief heard, when IMD improved their long-range forecast for this year to 98% and ruled out El Nino possibilities altogether.
By Joe C. Mathew
Delhi, Edition:July 16, 2017

Farm loan waivers can bring only temporary relief. India needs long-term supply chain and technology reforms if it has to have any chance of tackling farmer discontent.

By Tajamul Haque
Delhi, Edition:July 16, 2017

Concerted efforts to address declining crop productivity and water scarcity are crucial for sustainability of Indian agriculture.

By D.K. Srivastava
Delhi, Edition:July 16, 2017

Policymakers have always thought of temporary relief to farmers ignoring the chronic nature of the ailment.

Joe C Mathew
New Delhi, May 17, 2017
India Meteorological Department (IMD), the country's official weather forecaster, has predicted that monsoon will reach Kerala on May 30, two days before the schedule.
By P.B Jayakumar
Delhi, Edition:March 26, 2017

Nath Bio-Genes uses technology to alter genetic codes for prosperity of the farm sector

K Shankar
January 23, 2017
February 1, 2017 will ring in a new date for the annual budget. It will be delivered soon after a massive demonetization drive that started with a 52-day promise, but is slowly stretching towards 60 and more.
Ankur Aggarwal
New Delhi, January 17, 2017
Coming soon after the demonetisation exercise that invariably impacted all sectors of the country's economy including agriculture, the Union Budget 2017 has raised expectations of favourable and scalable policies that can provide the much needed healing balm for the agriculture sector.

Anilesh S Mahajan
Delhi, Edition:November 6, 2016
India is looking to double its farm income and output by 2022, and cut greenhouse gas emissions per calories. Davor Pisk, Global COO of Swiss seeds and pesticides group Syngenta, shares his views with Business Today's Anilesh S. Mahajan on why India must embrace technology to reduce its carbon footprint while improving yield.
By Goutam Das
Edition:September 25, 2016

A new generation of farms promises to shape the food that top-end restaurants dish out

By Joe C. Mathew
August 27, 2016
Announcing the formation of "Federation of Seed Industry of India (FSII)" in Delhi on Friday, the founding members said that the new body will represent companies committed to Indian agriculture, and R&D that benefits Indian farmers.
New Delhi, August 25, 2016
The application seeking environment clearance for commercial cultivation of 'Bollgard-II Roundup Ready Flex technology' was withdrawn on July 6.
Sarika Malhotra
July 19, 2016
KR Sreenivasan, Founder, Director at Infoholic Research tells Sarika Malhotra about the many daunting problems that have infested Indian agriculture by its root.
Avneet Kaur
Edition:July 17, 2016
Production of cotton, spices, rubber and coffee has risen sharply since 1990/91. India is now fast emerging as a major exporter of these crops.
By Joe C. Mathew
Delhi, Edition:June 5, 2016
he country cannot aspire to be prosperous unless its vast rural economy prospers, urban and rural poverty are eliminated, and agriculture turns remunerative and profitable enough to sustain and support the growth ambitions of India's teeming rural population.
Team BT
New Delhi, Edition:May 22, 2016
Dialogue for Climate Action to be held in Vienna on May 24-25
New Delhi, March 9, 2016
"Of course it is possible to double farmers' income," PM Narendra Modi said, responding to the debate in the Rajya Sabha on the motion of thanks on the President's Address to Parliament.
Amith Agarwal
March 7, 2016
A silent revolution is underway in Indian agriculture in the form of warehouse receipt finance. More and more farmers are using warehousing receipts as a tool to meet their working capital and consumption needs after the harvest season.
By Niti Kiran
February 26, 2016
With shortage of labour for agricultural operations owing to rural urban migration, shift from agriculture to services and rise in demand for labour in nonfarm activities, there is need to use labour for agricultural operations judiciously.
Mayank Bhardwaj and Naveen Thukral
New Delhi/Singapore, February 16, 2016
As India prepares to import corn for the first time in 16 years, at least one stipulation in its international tender has become much tougher to meet
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