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The Centre has asked states adjoining Madhya Pradesh to keep strict vigil against the spread of farmers' protest after fiv
The move to promote digital payment, electricity crunch and ban on regulated sale of poppy husk are some of the reasons th
No outsiders including AAP leaders will be allowed to enter the district during the curfew relaxation period today, the po
The monsoon this year could be 'normal' and bring 100 per cent rainfall instead of 96 per cent as predicted earlier, the I
The Union Agriculture minister Radha Mohan Singh has written letters to all chief ministers to review all measures to hand
Appreciating that Indo-Israel ties were more "visible" after the Modi government has come to power, Israel said today that
The Centre has released more than Rs 2,000 crore as assistance to Tamil Nadu for drought relief and other works.
The government today imposed 10 per cent import duty on wheat and tur dal with immediate effect in a bid to protect farmer
The Congress today submitted a breach of privilege notice against SBI chairperson Arundhati Bhattacharya for "insulting fa
A BJP MP today sought in-depth research on cow urine to examine whether it can be used as organic manure to boost agricult
The Economist's annual collection of predictions for the year ahead is out and it forecasts: Pakistan will be messy but stable (unless there is catastrophic violence—an important assassination or a terrorist attack in India), China will become the world’s second-largest economy but will need to learn to chill, Obama will have a lousy year, Japan will remain in its fiscal black hole, NATO may lose in Afghanistan, the UK would get a regime change, the only thing harder to sell than a newspaper will be a newspaper company, green engineers would be way cooler than MBAs and, on July 11th, the world will watch a proud team win the FIFA World Cup in South Africa. In between, India's factories will overtake its farms:
The monsoon once decided India’s economic fate. Now it only influences it. Agriculture’s share of India’s national output has dropped from 40% 30 years ago to 17% in 2009. Indeed, India’s economy is now on the cusp of an historic transition. In 2010 agriculture will account for a smaller share of GDP than manufacturing: India’s output of widgets will exceed its output of wheat, rice, cotton and the other fruits of the land. The factory will surpass the farm.