Agricultural Crisis 2015

'Agricultural Crisis 2015' - 3 News Result(s)

  • U.S. Hunger Risk Rate Falls To Lowest Since Before Recession
    Alan Bjerga , The Washington Post | Thursday September 8, 2016
    About 42.2 million Americans struggled to afford or obtain adequate nutrition at some point in 2015, a 12 percent drop from 2014, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said in an annual survey released Wednesday.
  • In Tamil Nadu's Tiruvarur, Farmers Say Lack of Crop Insurance for Cotton Led To One Suicide
    India News | Reported by J Sam Daniel Stalin, Edited by Shailaja Neelakantan | Friday May 1, 2015
    Days after a cotton farmer in Tamil Nadu killed himself, allegedly because last Friday's unseasonal rains destroyed his entire crop, the farmer's father says his son wouldn't have taken such an extreme step if the state government had insured his cotton crop instead of refusing to do so.
  • In Uttar Pradesh, a Farmer's Crop is Destroyed, Then His Compensation Cheque Bounces
    India News | Reported by Niha Masih, Edited by Shailaja Neelakantan | Wednesday April 22, 2015
    First, Satish Chand, a farmer from Chhata village in Uttar Pradesh's Mathura district, lost his entire wheat crop worth Rs 80,000, because of the unseasonal March rains and hailstorms. Then, to add insult to injury, the meagre Rs. 18,000 compensation cheque he got from the state government, bounced, yesterday, because the revenue officer's bank acc...

'Agricultural Crisis 2015' - 3 News Result(s)

  • U.S. Hunger Risk Rate Falls To Lowest Since Before Recession
    Alan Bjerga , The Washington Post | Thursday September 8, 2016
    About 42.2 million Americans struggled to afford or obtain adequate nutrition at some point in 2015, a 12 percent drop from 2014, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said in an annual survey released Wednesday.
  • In Tamil Nadu's Tiruvarur, Farmers Say Lack of Crop Insurance for Cotton Led To One Suicide
    India News | Reported by J Sam Daniel Stalin, Edited by Shailaja Neelakantan | Friday May 1, 2015
    Days after a cotton farmer in Tamil Nadu killed himself, allegedly because last Friday's unseasonal rains destroyed his entire crop, the farmer's father says his son wouldn't have taken such an extreme step if the state government had insured his cotton crop instead of refusing to do so.
  • In Uttar Pradesh, a Farmer's Crop is Destroyed, Then His Compensation Cheque Bounces
    India News | Reported by Niha Masih, Edited by Shailaja Neelakantan | Wednesday April 22, 2015
    First, Satish Chand, a farmer from Chhata village in Uttar Pradesh's Mathura district, lost his entire wheat crop worth Rs 80,000, because of the unseasonal March rains and hailstorms. Then, to add insult to injury, the meagre Rs. 18,000 compensation cheque he got from the state government, bounced, yesterday, because the revenue officer's bank acc...
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