July 15, 2020
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Seeds Of A Revolution
The government’s intervention in the agriculture sector is expected to help farmers take control of their destinies
Jun 12, 2020
COVIDED! Tears For Mango Growers, Alphonso Hardest Hit By Weather, Low Online Sales
The sale of mangoes has been blighted by the coronavirus pandemic. Lack of proper transportation and supply has impacted the trade of the quickly perishable fruit
May 08, 2020
How A Proactive Kerala Government Prevented Coronavirus From Casting A Dark Cloud Over Kerala's Rice Bowl
Despite the early COVID-19 scare, the traditionally staggered paddy cultivation pattern went uninterrupted after workforce attrition was tackled by bringing labour from other districts
Apr 03, 2020
24 Hours In Life Of K.R. Vancheeswaran: Of Plantations, Sustainable Tourism And A Big Slice Of Nature
K.R. Vancheeswaran is the president of Wayanad Tourism Organisation. Not just paddy, coffee and spices, the 57-year-old farmer is aggressively exploring the potential of ecotourism
Nov 21, 2019
No Data To Justify, Is Zero Budget Natural Farming A Flawed Concept?
Experts say Zero Budget Natural Farming defies logic that it will involve no financial cost. Imbalance between yield and price could even lead to food shortage in future
Oct 11, 2019
‘7 Lakh Families In J&K Will Benefit’
Oct 11, 2019
A $5 Trillion Economy By 2025? Why Kashmir Can Be The Apple Of India's Eye
Economist Haseeb A Drabu highlights the immense potential of the apple production in Kashmir. Orchard transformation and logistics management can increase production and earnings manifold
Aug 01, 2019
Haseeb A. Drabu
Rice In Deep Water! Why Green Revolution Is Facing Watery Death In Haryana
Rapidly dwindling water table is putting Haryana farmers in a dilemma. The government is discouraging harvesting water-intensive crops as agriculture alone consumes 80 per cent of groundwater.
Jul 25, 2019
Why Our Water Makes Us Cry?
Acute shortages, increased demand, huge damages due to annual floods and droughts, and extreme contamination define the looming water scarcity
Jul 25, 2019
Drought Of Ideas
Congress-NCP ‘stars’ aren’t making a big mark in Maharashtra.
Apr 18, 2019
Bitter-Sweet Harvest: Dues To Sugarcane Farmers Rise To Rs 25,000 Crore
Higher production and stagnant demand leave farmers with rising unpaid dues once again
Apr 04, 2019
El Nino, A Western Bugaboo
Two international agencies predict ‘dry’ monsoon; state agencies say too early to call
Apr 03, 2019
This Is An Anti-Farmer Government: Ashok Dhawle
All India Kisan Sabha national president Dr Ashok Dhawle speaks to Outlook on how farm distress will play out in the polls.
Mar 27, 2019
Mandsaur: Anger Ripens In Farmlands
Madhya Pradesh’s Mandsaur is the proverbial food bowl, but the wrinkles on the farmer’s face cannot hide his deepening frown.
Mar 14, 2019
Why Odisha Govt's KALIA Scheme Has Run Into Rough Weather
Odisha ‘game-changer’ scheme is beset with irregularities
Mar 14, 2019
The Short Change Card
Is the government’s new dole scheme another mirage or will the farmer benefit?
Feb 27, 2019
Odisha's KALIA Scheme Aims To Benefit Agri Eco-System
The scheme promises Rs 5, 000 for each farmer, irrespective of his holding, spread over five seasons till 2021-22; livelihood assistance of Rs 12, 500 to each landless family; interest-free crop loans and Rs 2 lakh insurance cover for each farmer.
Jan 23, 2019
Odisha Govt Unveils Rs 10,280-Cr Package For Farmers
Odisha goverment claims the package would take care of the problems of over three million small and marginal farmers in the state without recourse to the populist gimmick of farm loan waiver.
Dec 27, 2018
Seeds Of Politics In Debt-Trap Farm
Will the spate of loan write-offs help India’s heavily indebted farming communty?
Dec 27, 2018
...And The Presses Rolled Overtime
Events of great import crowded each other out in a cascade, polarising and unifying in equal measure. A summing up of 2018.
Dec 25, 2018
US Revokes New Student Visa Rule After Outrage, Challenge By Top Universities
Rajasthan Crisis: Congress Sacks Sachin Pilot As Deputy CM, PCC Chief; What Are His Options Now?
No Love For Ram Or Ayodhya; It's A Question Of Survival For Oli In Nepal
Pilot Camp, BJP Demand Floor Test In Raj Assembly
86% Active Covid-19 Cases Confined To 10 States; 50% Of Them In Maharashtra, TN: Govt
OPINION | England Vs West Indies Test An Affirmation That Human Lives Will Go On Despite COVID
OPINION | Michael Holding’s ‘Educate The World’ Plea On Racism Just Perfectly Pitched
OPINION | Cricket Faces Saliva Test But What A Joy To See It’s Back To Business Again, Almost!
OPINION | Karnataka’s Decision To Allow Online Horse Race Betting Good News For Online Gaming Sector
Cricket Diaries | When Gary ‘Glittering’ Gilmour Left Lillee, Thomson In His Wake
OBITUARY | Sir Everton Weekes, Butcher And A Gentleman
COVID-19: Over 20 People Test Positive In BJP's Bihar Headquarters
National-level Shooter, Twins With Identical Marks Are Among CBSE Toppers
Covid-19: BJP's Jitendra Singh, Ram Madhav In Self-quarantine
Adhir Writes To PM, Says Varavara Rao At 81 Cannot Be Threat To Nation
Wife Of Vikas Dubey's Aide 'Caught' On Tape Asking How To 'deal' With Police
These Mamata Gharas Prevent Child Malnutrition
Not A Good Day For Football - Klopp On Manchester City Reprieve At CAS
Why Is Sourav Ganguly Better Than MS Dhoni, Gautam Gambhir Explains
In God's Own Country, It's Reboot Time For Tourism Sector In Kerala
Left Out Of Centre: Why Ladakh Has Not Seen A Flurry Of Central Notifications
Scared Of The High And Mighty, Odisha Police Is Always At His Master's Service
Unlocking A Lockdown: Outlook Presses On