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PTI
February 22, 2018



Reuters
June 7, 2017
The monsoon delivers about 70 percent of India's annual rainfall, critical for the farm sector that accounts for about 15 percent of India's $2 trillion economy and employs more than half of the country's 1.3 billion people.


Reuters
May 30, 2017
Andaman and Nicobar, islands off India's eastern coast that are usually the first areas to receive the monsoon rains, received rainfall six days ahead of schedule earlier this month.


Reuters
May 15, 2017
Andaman and Nicobar, off India's eastern coast, are usually the first areas to receive the monsoon rains, typically around May 20.


Reuters
May 10, 2017
The IMD on April 18 forecast this year's monsoon rains at 96 percent of the 50-year average of 89 cm.


Anilesh S Mahajan
Delhi, October 15, 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 Joe C Mathew and Rajeev Dubey
Delhi, June 13, 2016
Cargill Inc, the US-based agricultural trading behemoth, has had a presence in India since 1987. It owns leading consumer brands such as NatureFresh (edible oil, wheat flour) and Sunflower (Vanaspati) and is expanding its operations in the country.


Jinsy Mathew
May 13, 2016
A good monsoon means more disposable income in the hands of farmers which leads to gold investments


Reuters
April 20, 2016
India, which wants to double its coal output by 2020, in February raised the tax on mining coal to $6 per tonne from $1 in a bid to make it more expensive to consume the dirty fuel.


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


BT Online
New Delhi, February 2, 2016
Last month, India made its first purchases of corn in 16 years. It has also been increasing purchases of other products, such as lentils and oilmeals, as production falls short.


Rajendra Jadhav
New Delhi, September 30, 2015
That makes this the first back-to-back drought in three decades, and only the fourth in more than a century. The scant rains have hit the yields of summer-sown crops, especially in the south of the country.


Reuters
New Delhi, September 15, 2015
Lower corn output in India, at a time when the world is flush with Latin American and US supplies, should help underpin global prices of the grain that recently hit a 10-month low of $3.46-1/2 per bushel.


Rajendra Jadhav
Sarve, Maharashtra, July 16, 2015
Weather departments have predicted a dry spell of almost 6% below normal, with the deficit as high as 52%  in some regions.


Rajendra Jadhav
Mumbai, June 26, 2015
According to IMD, the revival of monsoon rains in the grain bowl of northwest and central regions should help speed up the sowing of main summer crops.


Naveen Thukral,Reuters
Singapore, June 26, 2015
Weather forecasters are not convinced and have warned of severe dryness in the autumn months.


Chitra Narayanan
April 27, 2015
The father of India's green revolution, Swaminathan is involved in the conservation and cultivation of millet. He tells Business Today why millet is important.


Krishna N. Das and Mayank Bhardwaj
New Delhi, February 22, 2015
Allowing genetically modified crops is critical to the Prime Minister's goal of boosting dismal farm productivity in India.


Suprotip Ghosh
September 22, 2014
That is only possible if we bring what is the most relevant to the Indian farmer. And we are completely focussed on that, says Shilpa Divekar Nirula, Monsanto India CEO.


Ratnajyoti Dutta
July 17, 2014
The revival of monsoon rains in the grain bowl of northwest and central regions should help speed up sowing of main summer crops such as rice, corn, soybean and cotton.


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