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BusinessToday.In
June 9, 2021
The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs, headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, increased the MSP of paddy marginally by Rs 72 per quintal to Rs 1,940 per quintal for the 2021-22 crop year


Chitranjan Kumar
January 19, 2021
Travel and tourism sector, which saw its employment fall by 5.5 million during the severe lockdown of June quarter, employed 20.7 million people in December 2020 quarter


PTI
January 2, 2021
Sowing of rabi (winter) crops is underway. The rabi sowing begins from October immediately after the harvest of kharif (summer) crops. Wheat and mustard are major rabi crops. The crop year runs from July to June


PTI
January 1, 2021
The area under the coverage for paddy is down marginally to 14.83 lakh hectare so far this rabi (winter-sown) season from 15.47 lakh hectare in the corresponding period previous year


Prasanna Mohanty
December 28, 2020
Evidence shows Punjab farmers have brought food security and grown richer in the process while Bihar farmers have grown poorer and Madhya Pradesh farmers are striving to move ahead using MSP


Prasanna Mohanty
December 23, 2020
Several studies throw up structural, logistical and financial challenges to the growth of crop insurance in India, jeopardised by apparent profiteering by insurance companies


BusinessToday.In
December 20, 2020
Of total purchase of 411.05 LMT, Punjab bought 202.77 LMT of paddy at MSP till close of procurement season in state on November 30, which is 49.33 per cent of total procurement in India


PTI
December 16, 2020
The senior leader and former BJP President also said that remarks made by international entities on this issue were unjustifiable and uncalled for as India never interfered in internal matters of other countries


BusinessToday.In
December 3, 2020
The increase in planting of rabi crops, such as wheat, barley, peas, pulses and mustard, was attributed to high soil moisture, higher reservoir levels and timely kharif harvest


PTI
December 3, 2020
The decline in the GDP narrowed to 7.5% in the second quarter of this financial year, over 23.9% in April-June quarter


BusinessToday.In
November 27, 2020
India Stock Market Highlights Today: ICICI Bank, Airtel, Infosys, M&M were among the top losers today. On the other hand, Kotak Bank, NTPC, Maruti were among the top gainers


Joe C Mathew
New Delhi, November 25, 2020
State laws may delay progress of Centre's agri-marketing reforms, but won't be able to halt them


Chitranjan Kumar
November 10, 2020
Excluding impairment losses, Mahindra's profit was just 3 per cent down to Rs 1,311 crore as compared to Rs 1,355 crore in the same quarter last year


Prasanna Mohanty
October 26, 2020
Multiple factors led to it: First they were asked to grow paddy to overcome food scarcity; mechanised harvesting left massive residue that takes longer to decompose and then paddy sowing was delayed to conserve water, overshooting residue burning into Delhi's bad winter air days


BusinessToday.In
October 22, 2020
According to estimates by the Maharashtra State Onion Growers' Association (MSOGA), 50 per cent of kharif and late kharif onion crops were damaged by heavy rain


Joe C Mathew
New Delhi, September 30, 2020
The three new agriculture laws will shift the power centre of agriculture trading from established APMC markets to corporate players in a gradual manner. But will the transition be smooth?


Prasanna Mohanty
September 23, 2020
Rural economy is struggling with job and income losses, the true extent of which are not known since India isn't tracking or compensating; credit and liquidity risks to small businesses and crop loss due to excess rain


Prasanna Mohanty
September 21, 2020
Contrary to Centre's claims, a parallel private market for farm produce and negation of states' regulatory power are aimed at helping private businesses at the cost of farmers. The last thing distressed farmers need is exposure to unregulated market forces


Prasanna Mohanty
September 17, 2020
It would be naive to expect agriculture providing jobs to about 43% of the workforce and sustaining 70% of the population living in rural India with a meagre share of 14.5% in national income (GDP) to drive growth, especially when it is going through unprecedented job and income loss


BusinessToday.In
September 16, 2020
As per the report, advancement in sowing has led to buoyant demand for agricultural inputs in the first quarter of this fiscal, albeit on a low base


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