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Jairam Ramesh: 2014 land Act will take us back to 1894!

'In the UPA you had one pradhan mantri and many mantris. In the NDA you have one pradhan mantri and many santris!' 'Give time to the 2013 Act to work. I not only think that the 2013 law is......

'BJP won't be allowed to push its Hindutva agenda beyond a point'

'Parties like ours and others like the Lok Janshatki Party will ensure that the BJP remains on the straight and narrow path,' says Shiromani Akali Dal leader Naresh Gujral Naresh Gujral, 65, is a......

Why Modi is constructing a 'taller' leader

In embarking on building the world's tallest statue, Modi is hoping his stature will also rise -- if not across India then at least in Gujarat, says Bharat Bhushan. The construction of a 182-metre......

TEXT: President Patil's last address to Parliament

President Pratibha Patil on Monday addressed Parliament for the last time as President when she flagged off the Budget session. Here's the text of her speechHonourable Members I welcome you to this......

What the PM told the editors at the meet

Full text of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's opening remarks at the interaction with newspaper editors:\\nI think that there is a growing perception that this government is in siege, that we have......

India's Modi promises US CEOs a return to market reforms

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi told nearly a dozen US company chiefs on Monday that he is committed to liberalising his country's economy, which has underperformed other emerging markets......

Farmers take a hit as onion prices fall further

Falling onion prices are taking a toll on farmers, with the auction of the new crop being brought to a halt in Maharashtra’s Lasalgaon and Pimpalgaon mandis. However, little changed when......

Onion prices remain high at up to Rs 70/kg

Onion prices remained at high level of up to Rs 70 per kg in retail markets in the national capital on Thursday even as the government had announced a slew of measures to rein in rising rates of......

India's rice exports to fall as rivals sell cheap

India's rice exports look likely to fall about a quarter this year as it faces one-off cost spikes and rivals such as Vietnam, Pakistan and Myanmar sell at a discount of $35 to $50 a tonne, traders......

Why Indian viscose rayon industry is concerned

Background of Indian Viscose Rayon Industry1. Cellulosic Origin: Textile Fibres may be categorized as Synthetics (Source: Petroleum) and Cellulosic (Source: Natural). Cellulosic Fibres include......

Dhoni switched to Plan B: Take the pace off the ball and the oxygen out of the game

'For all practical purposes, the game ended at the break. The Irish bowlers had neither the pace nor the skill to compete against the Indian line-up; the lack of swing further blunted any edge they......

I had no interest in shooting when I joined the army, says Jitu Rai

'I had initially gone to join the British army in Dharan, which is located in eastern Nepal.' 'I joined the Indian army in 2006 and only took up shooting a few years later, in 2008. When I joined......
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Homegrown veggies keep village women healthy

NAGPUR: Almost 50% of women in Borgaon Gondi, a tribal village in Wardha district, are anaemic. This is not because of poverty or non-availability... ...

http://m.timesofindia.com/city/nagpur/Homegrown-veggies-keep-village-women-healthy/articleshow/46694332.cms
Dairy development not for milk, but for transformation or rural households

Anand Experts and policy-makers from Asia and the Pacific are meeting at Anand, the Milk Capital of India on 23-26, March 2015, to discuss and... ...

http://DeshGujarat.Com/2015/03/25/dairy-development-not-for-milk-but-for-transformation-or-rural-households/
Don't blame the rains

Don't blame the rains I am a resident of NIBM, Kondhwa, and power cuts are a major problem every year and not just because of unseasonal rain. The... ...

http://www.punemirror.in/columns/letters-to-the-editor/Dont-blame-the-rains/articleshow/46679198.cms
Cheaper Indian cotton garners overseas orders

Cotton exports have begun to pick up as the Indian natural fibre has become the cheapest in the global market from February-end. We are at least... ...

http://www.thehindubusinessline.com/industry-and-economy/agri-biz/cheaper-indian-cotton-garners-overseas-orders/article7028627.ece?utm_source=RSS_Feed&utm_medium=RSS&utm_campaign=RSS_Syndication
India's exports to take a hit as dairy supply to rise

NEW DELHI: Exports of dairy products from India are set to fall, with the European Union abolishing its three-decade-old milk quota system from... ...

http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/economy/foreign-trade/eu-to-end-milk-quota-system-indias-exports-to-take-a-hit-as-dairy-supply-to-rise/articleshow/46657130.cms

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