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'Centre takes decisions without consulting states'

'The spirit of cooperation between the Centre and states has been diluted in many ways.''The level of consultation which used to be there earlier has reduced significantly.' IMAGE: Punjab Chief......

States open up PDS to non-cardholders to meet crisis

However, experts say that unless clear guidelines are there, it remains to be seen how many people fall within the ambit and who remains excluded. Sanjeeb Mukherjee reports. CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC:......

Why 100 million Indians are left out of the food ration system

A recent study shows that more than 100 million people are excluded from the public distribution system because the central government insists on using 2011 population figures to calculate......

Will a warmer summer help slow down coronavirus spread?

IMD has said the temperature in April-June across most parts in India is expected to be 0.5-1 degrees Celsius warmer than normal.However, doctors and scientists say they haven't found any direct......

Brace yourself, this summer's going to be hotter than usual

The India meteorological department has stated that day temperatures are likely to be above normal by 0.5 degree Celsius, reports Sanjeeb Mukherjee. IMAGE: A woman offers water to her......

Why food prices may remain high for a few months

'If you see the composition of items which are causing this spike in prices, most of them have little to do with the kharif harvest, except for pulses and vegetables to some extent.''I don't know......

How mini lockdowns are making a hole in consumers' pockets

To tide over the difficulties due to incessant shutdowns, several farmers in Maharashtra have turned into aggregators and started selling their produce without the help of mandis or agents. They......

These sectors will see demand reach pre-Covid levels

Steel, cement, aluminum, fertilisers, tractors, two-wheelers, beverages and carbonated drinks, tyres and FMCG could see demand back to near normal levels by the third or the fourth quarter of the......

How states are ensuring food reaches your plates

Most key rabi-producing states of north India, such as Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan, have staggered their procurement to enable farmers to come in batches, so that there is no overcrowding. The......

The coming vegetable crisis

There have been several instances of traders dumping fruits and vegetables outside mandis.Or of farmers dumping produce outside their villages or feeding them to their animals.Somesh Jha, Rajesh......

How India can win 50 Olympic medals in 2024

The NITI Aayog has big plans for Indian sport, reports Sanjeeb Mukherjee.   IMAGE: Olympic Silver medalist P V Sindhu, one of two Indian medal winners in Rio. Photograph: Clive Brunskill/Getty......
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Why food prices may remain high for a few months

'If you see the composition of items which are causing this spike in prices, most of them have little to do with the kharif harvest, except for... ...

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