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'Farming' - 103 Video Result(s)

'Farming' - 188 News Result(s)

  • Uttarakhand Needs to Promote Separate Farming Policy: Study

    Uttarakhand Needs to Promote Separate Farming Policy: Study

    Uttarakhand needs to promote a separate hill farming policy as the state has a meagre 14 per cent net sown area, more so as three-fifth of the state's total working population is engaged in agriculture, a study has recommended.

  • Farmers Take to Profitable Medicinal Farming

    Farmers Take to Profitable Medicinal Farming

    Ever since Sachidanand Rai, a farmer from Khushinagar in Uttar Pradesh, started growing medicinal plants, he has significantly increased his income, while also contributing to preservation of rare medicinal species. Earlier, Rai used to grow traditional grains, including wheat and rice, on his five-acre farm.

  • Leh Engineer Who Inspired Aamir Khan-Starrer '3 Idiots' Bags Global Award

    Leh Engineer Who Inspired Aamir Khan-Starrer '3 Idiots' Bags Global Award

    Viewers would remember having been left awe-struck by Aamir Khan's many science experiments in the 2009 blockbuster '3 Idiots' - now Sonam Wangchuk, the inspiration behind Aamir Khan's "Phunsukh Wangdu" character in the film, has gained further global recognition bagging the prestigious Rolex Awards for Enterprise 2016.

  • Rahul Gandhi Must Apply His Mind, Farm Income Still Tax Exempt: Arun Jaitley

    Rahul Gandhi Must Apply His Mind, Farm Income Still Tax Exempt: Arun Jaitley

    Rejecting Rahul Gandhi's charge that the demonetisation move has hit farmers, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today said the Congress leader must "apply his mind" and understand that those in farming will not face any tax whether they keep their money at home or in banks.

  • A Creative Kind of Farming is Taking Root in a Coastal Hub Town Above Alaska's Arctic Circle

    A Creative Kind of Farming is Taking Root in a Coastal Hub Town Above Alaska's Arctic Circle

    The landscape is virtually treeless around a coastal hub town above Alaska's Arctic Circle, where even summer temperatures are too cold for boreal roots to take hold.

  • BIOFACH India: World's Leading Trade Fair for Organic Food Comes to Delhi

    BIOFACH India: World's Leading Trade Fair for Organic Food Comes to Delhi

    To get a complete view on the world of organic, this is the perfect opportunity for you - the eighth edition of BIOFACH India.

  • 7 Million Jobs Can Disappear By 2050, Says Study

    7 Million Jobs Can Disappear By 2050, Says Study

    As per the data released by Labour Bureau early 2016, India created only 1.35 lakh jobs in 2015 in comparison to 4.19 lakh in 2013 and 9 lakh in 2011, Delhi-based civil society group PRAHAR has said.

  • US Farmers Make Foray into Quinoa as Demand for Grain Grows

    US Farmers Make Foray into Quinoa as Demand for Grain Grows

    To the south of Nash Huber's farm fields are the Olympic Mountains, peaking at nearly 8,000 feet. Due north is the end of a channel of Pacific Ocean waters that separate the United States from Canada.

  • 8 Ways We Can Change Policy And Make Farming Smarter

    8 Ways We Can Change Policy And Make Farming Smarter

    In just a few weeks, we voters will make a very important decision, and the issues on which we base that decision have been the stuff of headlines for many months. Notably absent has been food.

  • Nawazuddin Siddiqui on How Farming His Family's Land Keeps Him Inspired

    Nawazuddin Siddiqui on How Farming His Family's Land Keeps Him Inspired

    On a lighter note, he tells NDTV that coming home and farming is like a detox regime and an inspiration. He observes and understands characters in the village and enacts them in his movies, 'my character in the movie Talaash was inspired from here and my search for inspiration always brings me back to my roots'

  • Meet Nawazuddin Siddiqui, The Farmer. This is Not a Film Set

    Meet Nawazuddin Siddiqui, The Farmer. This is Not a Film Set

    Nawazuddin Siddiqui shared pictures from his recent trip back home to Budhana in Uttar Pradesh where he ploughed mustard fields

  • California's Central Valley Has Nitrate Poison Water

    California's Central Valley Has Nitrate Poison Water

    In California's Central Valley, where verdant fields of fruit and vegetables unfurl under sunny skies, the water that feeds them -- and flows into taps across the region -- contains a toxic and silent poison.

  • Encourage Farmers to Sow Pulses In Winter, says Agriculture Minister

    Encourage Farmers to Sow Pulses In Winter, says Agriculture Minister

    The central government on Thursday urged states to promote sowing of pulses even in the Rabi (winter) season beginning October and ensure that farmers get Minimum Support Price (MSP) for the lentils.

  • India Signs MoU With Sri Lanka To Support Fishermen And Farmers

    India Signs MoU With Sri Lanka To Support Fishermen And Farmers

    India on Thursday signed an MoU with Sri Lanka to support livelihood of the fishing and farming communities by providing them equipment worth USD two million in the country's southern Hambantota district.

  • Ocean Warming To Impact Food Production In India: Study

    Ocean Warming To Impact Food Production In India: Study

    Food security of India and several other major key food producing countries are threatened by changing weather patterns due to warming of the oceans, which may well be the "greatest" hidden challenge for the present generation, according to a study.

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