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Reuters
New Delhi, December 3, 2019
By the end of November, 279 sugar mills had started crushing operations, down from last year's 418 mills, the ISMA said in a statement


Sumant Banerji
New Delhi, November 6, 2019
In 2018-19, India produced an all-time high 33.16 million tonnes of sugar but for the first time since 2016-17, the country will produce less sugar than the year before at about 26 million tonnes


Joe C Mathew
New Delhi, July 8, 2019
The shift might be aimed at boosting farmers' income but there is no extra outgo for two crore additional beneficiaries


Reuters
July 1, 2019
Overall, rains were a third below average, although in some states, including the sugar cane growing northern state of Uttar Pradesh, they were as much as 61 percent down, data from the India Meteorological Department (IMD) showed.


PTI
June 25, 2019



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June 24, 2019



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June 15, 2019



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June 15, 2019



Prosenjit Datta
NA, May 27, 2019
The Indian economy is not in great shape. What are the options before the new government to kickstart growth?


PTI
May 13, 2019



Rashmi Pratap
New Delhi, May 13, 2019
As India's water table falls, it's important to opt for conservation measures.


PTI
April 7, 2019



PTI
March 9, 2019
In addition to floods, Karnataka reeled under severe drought both during kharif (summer) and rabi (winter) seasons of the 2018-19 crop year (July-June).


PTI
March 9, 2019



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February 22, 2019



PTI
February 13, 2019
The contingency fund has a limit of Rs 150 crore. The state cabinet approved temporary revision by Rs 2,000 crore.


PB Jayakumar,BusinessToday.In
January 31, 2019
States likes like Karnataka, Orissa, West Bengal and others are likely to present populist budgets mainly targeting rural India and agriculture in the coming days.


PTI
January 19, 2019



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December 29, 2018



Prosenjit Datta
December 28, 2018
Most steps advocated by governments and politicians are meant for catching votes without solving the real problems. To fix the farmers' problems, the government needs to take tough steps and go up against entrenched interests.


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