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BusinessToday.In
September 25, 2020
Farmers' protest: Farmers started a three-day rail blockade against the bills and squatted on tracks at many places in Punjab on Thursday. The farmer outfits have also decided to go for an indefinite rail blockade from October 1


India Today Tech
New Delhi, September 24, 2020
The company's new all-in-one PC portfolio comes with large screens and sleek clutter-free design.


India Today Tech
New Delhi, September 24, 2020
The Redmi 9i comes with a MediaTek Helio G25 SoC for powerful performance. There is also a big 6.53-inch display on the device.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, September 22, 2020
Thousands of farmers in Punjab, Haryana, Telangana and several other states are on the roads to protest against 3 farm ordinances which were passed in the Lok Sabha by the Central government. The protests have sprung all across India and claim that the new farm laws will destroy farmers' livelihood. The Rajya Sabha had passed the 2 Agriculture reform bills against the previous ordinances, with one bill still under discussion. These bills will replace the existing ordinances once they get approved by Rajya Sabha. Watch the video for more.Also Read: Average MSP increase in rabi crops hits 6-year low at 4.3%


PTI
September 22, 2020
When opposition members shouted slogans and came near the well, Speaker Om Birla adjourned the house for an hour, after about 15 minutes of business


Joe C Mathew
September 22, 2020
According to All India Kisan Sangharsh Coordination Committee, wheat which has an MSP Rs 1,925 per quintal is selling today at Rs 1,400 per quintal causing massive losses to farmers


BusinessToday.In
September 22, 2020
The Essential Commodities (Amendment) Bill 2020 aims to remove fears of private investors of excessive regulatory interference in their business operations


Rashi Bisaria
New Delhi, September 22, 2020
Minimum support price hiked for wheat, 5 other rabi crops amid Farm Bills RowGovernment has hiked minimum support prices (MSPs) for six rabi crops while intense protests by farmers continue across the country over the new farm laws. Farmers are apprehensive that the new laws will undermine the MSP system.15% of Rs 31.3 lakh crore corporate debt under stressClose to 15 per cent or corporate debt worth Rs 4.6 lakh crore is stressed, revealed a study by IIFL Securities. These estimates were a...


BusinessToday.In
September 22, 2020
Farm bill: In the next four days, Congress chief ministers, Pradesh Congress Committee presidents, Congress legislative party leaders along with MPs, MLAs, and senior leaders will walk from the PCC office to Raj Bhavan


BusinessToday.In
September 22, 2020
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said that the provisions would, however, not impact proceedings already initiated before March 25. The Centre might extend this six-month period to one year through notification


BusinessToday.In
September 21, 2020
The rise in MSP for rabi crops comes a day after the Rajya Sabha cleared the farm three laws, which was followed by Prime Minister's assurance that the system of MSP will remain and government procurement will continue


BusinessToday.In
September 21, 2020
Farm bills row: This change in farming sector is the need of the present hour and our government has brought this reform for farmers, said PM Modi


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


PTI
September 21, 2020
The CM vowed to fight till his last breath to protect the interests of the state's farmers, according to a statement


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, September 20, 2020
Farmers across several states are up in arms against the three contentious farm-sector bills tabled by the government in Parliament - Farmers' Produce Trade And Commerce (Promotion And Facilitation) Bill; The Farmers (Empowerment and Protection) Agreement on Price Assurance and Farm Services Bill; and Essential Commodities (Amendment) Bill. Various farmers' organisations have expressed apprehension that the three bills will pave a way for dismantling the minimum support price system, leaving them at the 'mercy' of big corporates. Extensive protests spread across states like Punjab, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh in the past few days. Watch the video for more.Also Read: 'Watershed moment' in history of Indian agriculture: PM Modi on passing of farm bills


BusinessToday.In
September 20, 2020
The Prime Minister says for decades, Indian farmers have been bound by various constraints and bullied by middlemen; these bills passed by Parliament will liberate farmers from such adversities, says the PM


BusinessToday.In
September 20, 2020
Opposition accuses BJP government of censoring Rajya Sabha TV coverage during Parliament session; agriculture minister terms the bills \"historic\", which will bring a revolutionary change in farmer's lives


PTI
September 20, 2020
Bills are facing staunch opposition from farmer bodies as well as from within ruling coalition; Harsimrat Kaur Badal, food processing minister from Shiromani Akali Dal party, resigned from Cabinet last week


PTI
September 20, 2020
Congress leader Partap Singh Bajwa, who hails from Punjab, describes the proposed laws as \"ill-conceived and ill-timed\" and says his party \"completely rejects\" them. He says the bills are against land owners across the country, especially those of Punjab, Haryana and western Uttar Pradesh


BusinessToday.In
September 20, 2020
Chidambaram said farm bills do not contain a clause that final price a farmer will get from private purchaser should not be less than MSP; bills undermine only regulated market available to farmers without creating thousands of alternative markets, he adds


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