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Vegetable prices could double in March, 2013
Dec 06, 2012
Insufficient monsoon rains in India, where over 60 percent of the farmland is rain-fed, could push up vegetable prices by March ne...
Delhi rains damage Ravan effigies
Oct 24, 2012
Heavy rains in several parts of New Delhi on Tuesday that threatened to dampen the Dussehra festive spirit, have damaged a number ...
Rains damage cotton crop in Punjab, Haryana
Oct 01, 2012
Unexpected rains in Punjab and Haryana have damaged a significant portion of the cotton crop, flattening the hopes of farmers in t...
Bad monsoon will hit India's turmeric production
Jul 12, 2012
Low supplies with farmers adopting a wait-and-watch stance are pushing up turmeric prices in India, the largest grower and exporte...
K'taka ready with action plan for drought relief
Aug 16, 2012
With the state reeling under severe drought for the second consecutive year, the Karnataka government has drawn an action plan for...
Sugar output to decline by one million tonne
Aug 09, 2012
India's sugar output is likely to drop by one million tonne to 25 million tonnes in the marketing year beginning October 1 due to ...
Scanty rains in Aug-Sep to hit agriculture: IMD
Aug 03, 2012
With rain deficits reported in major parts of the country, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) has said that the country is ...
Drought-like situation in M'rashtra
Aug 02, 2012
With available water storage dipping to barely 31 percent owing to poor rains, a severe drought-like situation could envelop Mahar...
Scanty rains hit farmers in Jammu
Aug 01, 2012
The Jammu and Kashmir government has, in view of the deficit monsoon this year, asked farmers in Jammu region to sow alternate cro...
Jharkhand farmers to get relief package worth INR410 crore
Jul 31, 2012
In view of the looming drought situation in Jharkhand, the state government has announced an INR410 crore relief package for farme...