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Not only farmers but even commuters residing in the region are facing issues due to flooded streets and roads
In the programme, launched during former prime minister Indira Gandhi’s tenure in 1975-76, around 12,500 landless families got land for cultivation
This is expected to bring relief to areas hit by Cyclone Gaja
The government currently offers two crop insurance schemes– the Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana and the Restructured Weather-based Crop Insurance Sche
The Maratha quota is a case in point of what a progressive Indian polity should not be doing
The Centre aims to double farmers' income by 2022. A 2017 NABARD survey shows high levels of inter-State income inequality among agricultural househol
There will be no reduction in the price of beans being procured from farmers, says cooperative
A truly agriculture and rural development-focussed Budget, it has adequately met the twin objectives of growth and inclusiveness. When doubling of far
‘Centre and State government have a responsibility to protect all farmers’
Industry captains are, however, unhappy over Centre ignoring State’s interests
The new Jal Jeevan Mission will need to converge with other Central and State government schemes.
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman presented her maiden budget in the Lok Sabha on Friday. The budgeted expenditure for 2019-20 was pegged at Rs. 27.
“It is heartening to see the continued focus on Farmer Producer Organisations. Expanding the pool of FPOs by 10,000 will help the farming communities i
“Sustainability has largely remained at the centre of this Budget”.
‘Ease of doing business and ease of living should also apply to farmers’
₹186.25 crore under SDRF to benefit cultivators in 17 districts
For this, a Rs 200 crore project would be sent to NABARD within next 15 days for approval.
PM-Kisan is limited in both scope and implementation
Estimation-actual production gap in conventional survey varied between 40% and 300%
TNAU receives the highest number of applications in the last 10 years
The three-day annual traditional Mungaru Samskritika Raichur Habba, organised by Munnur Kaapu Samaja in association of Hatti Gold Mines and APMC, bega
The Department of Agriculture has launched a campaign to create awareness among farmers in the district on precautions to be taken to prevent infestat
Announcement on Friday comes after protracted discussions as banks had expressed apprehension to bring NPAs under crop loan waiver scheme
Sowing taken up in 6.17 lakh hectares as against the target of 76.69 hectares
Say they should have right to plant whatever they want
The Vice-President appreciated women farmers of Deccan Development Society (DDS) for bagging the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) ‘Equator
‘Annadata Sukhibhava,’ Naidu’s pet scheme, scrapped.
UNDP announces six women from DDS sanghams as winner of ‘Equator Prize’ for 2019
Cabinet clears proposals to extend the ₹6000 per annum income support scheme to all land-owning farm families, create contributory pension schemes for
About 500 varieties of mango and over 70 varieties of jackfruit will be on display
Farmers feel compensation is paltry and conditions to get it unacceptable
Mill owners say they are awaiting release of funds by the government
‘Ensure that water released for ‘kar’ paddy cultivation reached tail-end areas’
Searing heat has left Vellore district parched, says agriculturists association
With a high percentage of Muslims, Bihar’s Seemanchal region frames issues of representation and welfare
Non-cooperation alleged while filing nominations
Low yield from old trees forces farmers to look for alternatives
A group of Farmer leaders and others publish a manifesto from ‘India’s largest private sector’
Association plans to mobilise farmers to stall the project at Periyakudi
500 to 600 lorry-loads are sent to mills in distant Attur every year
Grama Sabha to be held at Erravalli village for farmers losing land under Mallannasagar and Kondapochamma projects
Local administrations must draw up plans to address heat stress and possible water scarcity
Agrarian crisis has not dimmed Prime Minister Modi’s appeal
With just 10 days to go for the first payout deadline under PM-KISAN, only 2.74 crore farm families, or about 56% of the total list of 4.92 crore name
Despite Krishna Bhaskar’s assurance and in violation of court order, Mallannasagar work progresses
Trudging under debt burden, landless farmers rile over their exclusion from first round of payment