27-Feb-2022 - 0 Comments.
The Madhya Pradesh chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan launched 'Meri Policy, Mere Haath' campaign under the Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana (PMFBY) in a village Budhi Barlai of Tehsil Sanwer in Indore.
19-Feb-2022 - 0 Comments.
As part of India’s efforts to showcase the country’s investment-friendly policies and growth opportunities in agriculture and allied sectors at EXPO2020 Dubai, Dr Abhilaksh Likhi, Additional Secretary, Ministry of Agriculture & Farmers Welfare, invited the Startups and FPOs (Farmer Producer Organisations) to submit their proposals to the ministry, and assured them that they would be considered for providing equity grants, management costs, and other available support measures.
18-Feb-2022 - 0 Comments.
The Second Advance Estimates of production of major crops for the year 2021-22 have been released by the Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare. Record foodgrains production of 316.06 million tonnes is estimated. Union Minister for Agriculture and Farmers Welfare Narender Singh Tomar said that the new record of foodgrains production in the country is the result of hardwork of farmers, efficient research of scientists and farmer friendly policies of the Government.
17-Jul-2021 - 0 Comments.
Due to farmer-friendly policies of the government, tireless efforts of farmers and research of scientists resulted in horticulture production of 329.86 million tonnes in the year 2020-21, Indian agriculture minister Narendra Singh Tomar said recently.
26-May-2021 - 0 Comments.
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25-Feb-2021 - 0 Comments.
The second advance estimates of production of major crops for 2020-21 reveal a record production of 303.34 million tonnes of food grains, which clearly outlines the tireless hard work of farmers, research by agricultural scientists, and farmer-friendly policies of the Central Government.
06-Jan-2021 - 0 Comments.
Despite economic liberalization at the beginning of the nineties, the agriculture sector was left out. The Government, therefore, had realized that pro farmer’s reforms were essential to uplift the sector i.e. policies to see that the sector goes from strength to strength.
All India Kisan Coordination Committee release statement supporting farm bills after meeting agri minister
14-Dec-2020 - 0 Comments.
The All India Kisan Coordination Committee (AIKCC) since its inception from the early 1980s has been leading a sustained struggle to free farmers from the exploitative policies of the various govts at the centre and the states.
18-Aug-2020 - 0 Comments.
The growth story of organic farming is unfolding with increasing demand not only in India, but also globally.
CLFMA National Symposium deliberates on 'Indian Livestock Farming: Prospects & Role of Government Policies'
04-Sep-2019 - 0 Comments.
CLFMA of India, the apex organization and the voice of the country’s dynamic livestock sector conducted its annual flagship event, 61st National Symposium on 22 to 23 August 2019 in New Delhi focusing on 'Indian Livestock Farming: Prospects & Role of Government Policies' towards fostering sustainable growth for Indian Livestock Sector.
12-Apr-2019 - 0 Comments.
'Drones' is the flashy new word which has caught everyone's notice and has urged government to bring about new reforms in its policies and motivated a whole new generation of entrepreneurs and hobbyists chasing this new industry entrant.
01-Feb-2019 - 0 Comments.
Agriculture continues to be the main driver of the rural economy. Our hard-working farmers, supported by pro-farmer policies of our Government in the past four and half years, have produced agriculture commodities in record quantities
15-Jan-2019 - 0 Comments.
An international workshop on fisheries and aquaculture got underway at the Central Marine Fisheries Research Institute (CMFRI) on Tuesday with a call to formulate game-changing policies to develop the fisheries sector in Afro-Asian countries.
14-Dec-2016 - 0 Comments.
The Indian labour and employment ministry has made it clear that it has not appointed any committee/task force to frame policies for agricultural labourers