Indian Farmers


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  • Kerala To Directly Purchase From North Indian Farmers With MSP

    Kerala To Directly Purchase From North Indian Farmers With MSP

    As India has been witnessing distressed farmers' protest in different states, Kerala's Left government has made a loud political point by announcing purchase of agricultural produce like onions, potatoes from North Indian farmers with a Minimum Support Price.

  • Blog: Modi Government's Own Data Exposes Farmers' Horrific Plight

    Blog: Modi Government's Own Data Exposes Farmers' Horrific Plight

    The Modi Government's critics have long been saying that India's farmers are in trouble. Now, its own data shows that the critics were right all this time. GDP numbers for the second quarter of this fiscal, released last week, reveal how badly Indian agriculture is doing.

  • President Kovind Says Indian Farmer "Remarkably Adaptable" To Innovation

    President Kovind Says Indian Farmer "Remarkably Adaptable" To Innovation

    President Ram Nath Kovind praised farmers on Saturday, saying they have proven to be "remarkably adaptable" to innovation and bold in taking risk, which has helped India become an exporter of key agricultural and allied products.

  • "Betrayed Interests": Farmers Association Says Won't Vote For BJP In 2019

    "Betrayed Interests": Farmers Association Says Won't Vote For BJP In 2019

    Accusing the BJP-led central government of "betraying" the farming community, the Consortium of Indian Farmers Association (CIFA) announced Wednesday its decision not to vote for the party in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections.

  • India, US Closing In On Package Deal To Remove Trade Irritants

    India, US Closing In On Package Deal To Remove Trade Irritants

    Indian farmers and US manufacturers of medical devices could be among the main winners in a trade package under negotiation, as Washington and New Delhi look to remove long-standing irritants to ties, sources familiar with the talks said.

  • Opinion: Team Modi Creates Rural Time Bomb That Is Ticking Away - By Yashwant Sinha

    Opinion: Team Modi Creates Rural Time Bomb That Is Ticking Away - By Yashwant Sinha

    The foot-march of over 35,000 farmers from Nashik to Mumbai in March this year attracted a lot of national attention and succeeded in highlighting the problems of the farmers. The numerous suicides by farmers earlier or the killing of six farmers in police firing in Mandsaur in Madhya Pradesh in June last year did not attract as much attention.

  • Part-Time Jobs Could Fix India's Farming Crisis, Say Experts

    Part-Time Jobs Could Fix India's Farming Crisis, Say Experts

    As farmers in India struggle with dwindling incomes and soaring costs, with huge debts triggering a wave of suicides, experts said one solution may be to only work part-time on the land.

  • Farmers' Anger Poses Growing Threat To PM Modi's 2019 Bid

    Farmers' Anger Poses Growing Threat To PM Modi's 2019 Bid

    Anger over falling farm incomes has spilled onto streets across a swathe of India's largest states as farmers struggle with food price deflation and a breakdown of the informal agriculture economy.

  • As Hurricanes Hit US, An Unexpected Business Windfall For India

    As Hurricanes Hit US, An Unexpected Business Windfall For India

    The world's top cotton buyers, all in Asia, are flocking to India to secure supplies after fierce storms in the United States, the biggest exporter of the fibre, affected the size and quality of the crop, dealers said.

  • Factors That Put Indian Farmers At Higher Risk Of Suicide

    New York: Besides financial issues, which push many farmers to commit suicide especially during economic crises or periods of extreme weather, several other factors may drive farmers to take the extreme step, says a study. “Occupational factors such as poor access to quality healthcare, isolation, and financial stress interact with life factors ...

  • IFFCO Recruitment 2017: Join As Agriculture Graduate Trainee, Apply Before 21 April

    IFFCO Recruitment 2017: Join As Agriculture Graduate Trainee, Apply Before 21 April

    Indian Farmers Fertiliser Cooperative (IFFCO) has released notification for Agriculture Graduate Trainees (AGTs). The trainees are required for the field offices of IFFCO at Punjab,Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Maharashtra, West Bengal, Odisha, Assam, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh Tamil Nadu and Kerala.

  • Bailout Leaves Indian Farmers Trapped In Deadly Debt Spiral

    Bailout Leaves Indian Farmers Trapped In Deadly Debt Spiral

    An election promise to farmers in the politically sensitive state of Uttar Pradesh is coming back to haunt Prime Minister Narendra Modi, as other states demand the federal government offer an agriculture bailout package across the country.

  • Thank You For The Food On My Plate: Viral Ad's Tribute To Indian Farmers

    Thank You For The Food On My Plate: Viral Ad's Tribute To Indian Farmers

    While we leave no opportunity to praise our food, we often forget to thank the person who ensured that we got our meal - the farmers. An ad campaign that has gone viral urged people to say a long due 'Thank You' to the Indian farmer.

  • India's Waters Can't Be Allowed To Flow Into Pak: PM Narendra Modi On Indus Row

    India's Waters Can't Be Allowed To Flow Into Pak: PM Narendra Modi On Indus Row

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said Indus waters "belong to Indian farmers" and India has the right to use the river waters flowing into Pakistan, in the middle of a flashpoint over the water treaty following a sharp escalation in hostilities.

  • In Cash Starved Rural Telangana, Farmers Desperate For 'Change'

    In Cash Starved Rural Telangana, Farmers Desperate For 'Change'

    A week after the notes ban, rural India, a cash-driven economy now starved of cash, is struggling - for seeds to sow, labourers to pay, food to buy and even a cup of tea. After three years of drought, farmers had been looking forward to a good rabi season. The rains have been plentiful, but with no usable money in hand, they are desperate.

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'Indian Farmers' - 53 News Result(s)

  • Kerala To Directly Purchase From North Indian Farmers With MSP

    Kerala To Directly Purchase From North Indian Farmers With MSP

    As India has been witnessing distressed farmers' protest in different states, Kerala's Left government has made a loud political point by announcing purchase of agricultural produce like onions, potatoes from North Indian farmers with a Minimum Support Price.

  • Blog: Modi Government's Own Data Exposes Farmers' Horrific Plight

    Blog: Modi Government's Own Data Exposes Farmers' Horrific Plight

    The Modi Government's critics have long been saying that India's farmers are in trouble. Now, its own data shows that the critics were right all this time. GDP numbers for the second quarter of this fiscal, released last week, reveal how badly Indian agriculture is doing.

  • President Kovind Says Indian Farmer "Remarkably Adaptable" To Innovation

    President Kovind Says Indian Farmer "Remarkably Adaptable" To Innovation

    President Ram Nath Kovind praised farmers on Saturday, saying they have proven to be "remarkably adaptable" to innovation and bold in taking risk, which has helped India become an exporter of key agricultural and allied products.

  • "Betrayed Interests": Farmers Association Says Won't Vote For BJP In 2019

    "Betrayed Interests": Farmers Association Says Won't Vote For BJP In 2019

    Accusing the BJP-led central government of "betraying" the farming community, the Consortium of Indian Farmers Association (CIFA) announced Wednesday its decision not to vote for the party in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections.

  • India, US Closing In On Package Deal To Remove Trade Irritants

    India, US Closing In On Package Deal To Remove Trade Irritants

    Indian farmers and US manufacturers of medical devices could be among the main winners in a trade package under negotiation, as Washington and New Delhi look to remove long-standing irritants to ties, sources familiar with the talks said.

  • Opinion: Team Modi Creates Rural Time Bomb That Is Ticking Away - By Yashwant Sinha

    Opinion: Team Modi Creates Rural Time Bomb That Is Ticking Away - By Yashwant Sinha

    The foot-march of over 35,000 farmers from Nashik to Mumbai in March this year attracted a lot of national attention and succeeded in highlighting the problems of the farmers. The numerous suicides by farmers earlier or the killing of six farmers in police firing in Mandsaur in Madhya Pradesh in June last year did not attract as much attention.

  • Part-Time Jobs Could Fix India's Farming Crisis, Say Experts

    Part-Time Jobs Could Fix India's Farming Crisis, Say Experts

    As farmers in India struggle with dwindling incomes and soaring costs, with huge debts triggering a wave of suicides, experts said one solution may be to only work part-time on the land.

  • Farmers' Anger Poses Growing Threat To PM Modi's 2019 Bid

    Farmers' Anger Poses Growing Threat To PM Modi's 2019 Bid

    Anger over falling farm incomes has spilled onto streets across a swathe of India's largest states as farmers struggle with food price deflation and a breakdown of the informal agriculture economy.

  • As Hurricanes Hit US, An Unexpected Business Windfall For India

    As Hurricanes Hit US, An Unexpected Business Windfall For India

    The world's top cotton buyers, all in Asia, are flocking to India to secure supplies after fierce storms in the United States, the biggest exporter of the fibre, affected the size and quality of the crop, dealers said.

  • Factors That Put Indian Farmers At Higher Risk Of Suicide

    New York: Besides financial issues, which push many farmers to commit suicide especially during economic crises or periods of extreme weather, several other factors may drive farmers to take the extreme step, says a study. “Occupational factors such as poor access to quality healthcare, isolation, and financial stress interact with life factors ...

  • IFFCO Recruitment 2017: Join As Agriculture Graduate Trainee, Apply Before 21 April

    IFFCO Recruitment 2017: Join As Agriculture Graduate Trainee, Apply Before 21 April

    Indian Farmers Fertiliser Cooperative (IFFCO) has released notification for Agriculture Graduate Trainees (AGTs). The trainees are required for the field offices of IFFCO at Punjab,Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Maharashtra, West Bengal, Odisha, Assam, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh Tamil Nadu and Kerala.

  • Bailout Leaves Indian Farmers Trapped In Deadly Debt Spiral

    Bailout Leaves Indian Farmers Trapped In Deadly Debt Spiral

    An election promise to farmers in the politically sensitive state of Uttar Pradesh is coming back to haunt Prime Minister Narendra Modi, as other states demand the federal government offer an agriculture bailout package across the country.

  • Thank You For The Food On My Plate: Viral Ad's Tribute To Indian Farmers

    Thank You For The Food On My Plate: Viral Ad's Tribute To Indian Farmers

    While we leave no opportunity to praise our food, we often forget to thank the person who ensured that we got our meal - the farmers. An ad campaign that has gone viral urged people to say a long due 'Thank You' to the Indian farmer.

  • India's Waters Can't Be Allowed To Flow Into Pak: PM Narendra Modi On Indus Row

    India's Waters Can't Be Allowed To Flow Into Pak: PM Narendra Modi On Indus Row

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said Indus waters "belong to Indian farmers" and India has the right to use the river waters flowing into Pakistan, in the middle of a flashpoint over the water treaty following a sharp escalation in hostilities.

  • In Cash Starved Rural Telangana, Farmers Desperate For 'Change'

    In Cash Starved Rural Telangana, Farmers Desperate For 'Change'

    A week after the notes ban, rural India, a cash-driven economy now starved of cash, is struggling - for seeds to sow, labourers to pay, food to buy and even a cup of tea. After three years of drought, farmers had been looking forward to a good rabi season. The rains have been plentiful, but with no usable money in hand, they are desperate.

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