8 March 2019 6:29 PM GMT
A research paper states that cattle slaughter ban may turn today’s girls into anaemic women in their prime reproductive age
25 Feb 2019 4:32 PM GMT
In Bangladesh, following the announcement regarding cultivating golden rice within 3 months, farmers and environment groups take to country-wide...
19 Feb 2019 3:35 PM GMT
Supreme Court’s decision to resend Monsanto’s cotton case to the trial court will ensure judicial scrutiny of all aspects of the patent
22 Aug 2018 3:25 PM GMT
Instead of encouraging them on paper, the government must create a few model FPOs and provide institutional support to them
13 March 2018 4:06 PM GMT
Farmers in Gujarat prepare for a bleak future and protests as Narmada water disappears from canals.
23 Jan 2018 4:03 PM GMT
With an evident dip in agricultural growth, can the 2018-’19 budget alleviate farmers’ distress?
1 Jan 2018 2:18 PM GMT
After an erratic monsoon, farmers in nine states are struggling with pest outbreaks
5 April 2017 4:01 PM GMT
Will NITI Aayog’s vision be any different from the top-down approach of its predecessor?
7 Jan 2017 8:13 PM GMT
The Jharkhand government has achieved what even the British rule could not—the complete alienation of the tribal population from their land....
6 Sep 2016 9:16 PM GMT
India’s most ambitious crop insurance scheme till date is likely to be derailed in its very first phase, as states are hesitant to implement it...
16 July 2016 9:57 PM GMT
Faced with shortage of pulses and increasing prices, India plans to encourage private companies to acquire land for exclusively growing pulses in...
21 Jun 2016 10:16 PM GMT
India has not been able to see a net increase in land under pulses cultivation since the 1960s. Though land under pulses cultivation has seen an...