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April 25, 2018

Joe C. Mathew
Delhi, October 16, 2017
A late-season surge in monsoon rain may help rabi crops, but the real impact on farmers will depend on remunerative pricing.

Niti Kiran
August 17, 2017
The fourth advance estimates released by the Department of Agriculture, Cooperation and Farmers Welfare, pegged the foodgrain output at 275.68 million tonnes for 2016/17.

Avneet Kaur
April 20, 2017
IMD's forecast for 2017 looks quite tentative with the department itself attaching only 38 per cent probability to the projection of normal rainfall.

Avneet Kaur
New Delhi, February 17, 2017
Foodgrain production in India has grown by 8.1 per cent to 271.98 million tonnes in 2016-17, as per the 2nd advance estimates released by the ministry of agriculture & farmer welfare.

New Delhi, July 6, 2016
The meeting of the Financial Stability Development Council (FSDC), chaired by Jaitley, also decided that India will not let guards down on preparedness to deal with external sector vulnerabilities including those arising from Brexit.

Jaideep Sarin
Chandigarh, December 2, 2015
The new BJP government in Haryana is considering converting the agro-malls into general malls so that these can be utilised.

New Delhi, August 19, 2015
As per CRISIL's deficient rainfall impact parameter (DRIP), four states of Bihar, Karnataka, Maharashtra and Uttar Pradesh will be hurt most by deficient rains and these states contribute 34 per cent of total foodgrain production in India.

Rajendra Jadhav
Mumbai, July 23, 2015
Prices could jump further as a mismatch between demand and supply is expected to worsen due to weak monsoon rains.

Jyotindra Dubey
May 25, 2015
The four-month (June - September) south-west monsoon season accounts for nearly 75 per cent of the country's total rainfall thus plays a crucial part in India's agriculture.

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.

Anand Sinha and Jyotindra Dubey
May 2, 2015
Unseasonal rain in March and April has destroyed rabi crops in various parts of the country. Crops over 106 lakh hectares - about 18 per cent of the area under rabi crops - have been damaged. This is expected to push up food prices.

Chitra Narayanan
May 5, 2015
Food security and nutrition concerns are putting an ancient, climate-smart grain back on our plates. Farm to fork, there's been a revival of interest in millet.

New Delhi, April 16, 2015
The Japanese brokerage says the possibility of El Nino conditions is developing this year and this could possibly push food inflation temporarily higher.

Manoj Kumar
New Delhi, April 9, 2015
Subramanian also said inflation is not expected to run up in the medium-term due to the recent unseasonal rains.

Ajay Modi
January 28, 2015
According to Agriculture Ministry data, wheat, the main rabi crop, was sown on 30.56 million hectares as on January 23, 2015, against 31.36 million hectares in the corresponding period last year. Gram was sown on 8.19 million hectares, against 9.86 million hectares.

Ajay Modi
December 19, 2014
The delay has been attributed to the relatively warm winter till the 2nd week of December. A deficit monsoon also impacts the moisture content and sowing for the season.

Akash Vashishtha
New Delhi, September 29, 2014
The northwest India meteorological sub-division, comprising food bowl states like Uttar Pradesh, Punjab and Haryana, is reeling under a rainfall deficit of 21 per cent.

New Delhi, September 19, 2014
Foodgrain output is estimated to fall by about 9 MT due to likely drop in rice production by 3.7 MT, coarse cereals by 4.5 MT and pulses by nearly a million tonne.

Ratnajyoti Dutta
New Delhi, August 12, 2014
Minister of State for Science and Technology Jitendra Singh said there was no scientific evidence of a drought this year and that the August-September monsoon rains were seen at 95 per cent of the long-period average.

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