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PTI
New Delhi, March 21, 2012
Additional food subsidy burden for 2012-13 is estimated at Rs 1,12,205 crore, Food Minister K V Thomas said, adding this is Rs 3,000-4,000 crore more than previous estimate.


BT Online Bureau
New Delhi, February 8, 2012
Mukherjee said there was a need to boost food production through a \"second green revolution\" that would help reduce the food subsidy bill.


PTI
New Delhi, February 7, 2012
The panel decided to allow the additional quantity as the country is all set to produce 26 million tonnes of sugar in the current marketing year, as against the annual domestic demand of 22 million tonnes.


PTI
New Delhi, January 30, 2012
The government purchases about 28 lakh tonnes of sugar from millers to supply at subsidised rates. The move will increase subsidy bill by up to Rs 300 crore.


N.Madhavan
September 29, 2010
A decontrolled sugar sector has a promising future. After petroleum products, will UPA-II unshackle sugar next.


www.businesstoday.in
September 6, 2007
We scan through dozens of research reports from investment houses every fortnight to present you the six most relevant stock recommendations and a sector analysis.


www.businesstoday.in
December 28, 2006
This selection of research reports gives information and opinions on companies and industries.


T.V. Mahalingam
April 14, 2010
The government plans an overhaul of the food subsidy regime through food coupons. But as global experience shows, it's not a perfect system either.


Ashok Gulati
September 17, 2009
India had an import duty of 60 per cent on sugar till January 2009, which it slashed to zero only when it realised that it may have to import 5-7 million tonnes of sugar.


Shalini S. Dagar
August 19, 2009
Poor rains have damaged the summer crop in quantity and quality. As the monsoon whimsy continues, some intelligent government intervention could help save the winter crop.


Rishi Joshi
April 30, 2009
Forecast of a near-normal monsoon has raised hopes that India’s agricultural growth might stay on track and prevent the GDP from slipping under six per cent.


Shalini S. Dagar
March 19, 2009
There has been an unprecedented rise in rural prosperity over the past two decades and new technologies have come in to partly offset poor infrastructure. Companies in agri-business are finally catching the pulse of the farmlands. Shalini S. Dagar goes into the details.


By Balaji Chandramouli
September 3, 2007
Wheat trade in the country is no longer what it used to be. Underlying the new dynamics is the loss of self-sufficiency in production. BT looks at how the farmer misread the market, and (surprise!) the government got it right. Here's how procurement can be made more efficient.


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