2012 Monsoon: Bumper crop or devastating drought?
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India | Press Trust of India | Saturday July 5, 2014
Accusing the Rajasthan government of working against the interests of farmers, a Congress MLA today alleged irregularities in assessing damage to crops in his constituency in Jalore district during the last Kharif crops season.
Tuesday October 22, 2013
The domestic availability of onion has been affected on account of damage to kharif crop because of unseasonal rains in key producing states including Maharashtra.
South | Written by Radhika Iyer | Sunday June 16, 2013
The monsoon has already made its entry in the country but farmers in Karnataka are anxious. The state had recently experienced a severe drought that also hit Andhra Pradesh, Kerala and Maharashtra.
Sunday December 9, 2012
The yields of major crops, including rice, oilseeds, sugarcane and cotton, fell by up to 6 per cent during the kharif season compared to the previous season due to delayed monsoon, according to a Agriculture Ministry official.
Sunday September 23, 2012
With kharif (summer crop) output being projected to drop by 10 per cent this year, food prices will remain under pressure for some time, Prime Minister's Economic Advisory Council Chairman C Rangarajan has said.
India | NDTV Correspondent | Wednesday July 4, 2012
It's still not a happy time for farmers in Punjab. A delayed monsoon has increased their worries and any more of a delay could hit the production of rice paddy crop and also increase the input cost of cultivating Kharif crop. Punjab is facing a rain...
NDTV Correspondent | Friday November 25, 2011
Given that the kharif harvest to be better than last year, the Reserve Bank on Monday said that India's GDP growth this fiscal could be higher than the 8 per cent projected in its monetary policy statement in April. "Going by the progress of the monsoon so far, agricultural output is expecte...
India | Shaili Chopra | Saturday July 25, 2009
The monsoon across Central and Western India is improving, raising hopes of recovery in the economy.