Agriculture

Point of no Agri-return

Exploring India's unprecedented agrarian crisis

 
Last Updated: Wednesday 31 January 2018 | 07:09:01 AM

How India lost its historic agriculture recovery growth phase in just four years

Government reports say 2004-14 had the highest agriculture growth that has fast slipped back to near-zero growth despite normal monsoons and bumper yields
 

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