Will India’s new agricultural export policy work?
Food grain buffers exceed need, global prices remain depressed
You may pay a steep price but does the farmer make any money?
A farming household of five earns Rs 221/day, less than a person’s daily minimum wage
Opposition unites on agrarian crisis, Centre yet to reply to farmers' demands
Farmer organisations have urged the Centre to pass two pass bills to free farmers from indebtedness and guarantee price for their produce
Tribals, widows, farm hands, farmers from all over India reach Delhi with their demands
After congregating at Ramlila Maidan from 4 corners they will march towards Parliament Friday
Kisan Mukti March: Farmers from across India take to Delhi roads
This is the fourth farmer protest in the Capital in the last 18 months
अकबर के मच्छर
अकबर ने कहा, इतना बड़ा एम्पायर चलाना, लगातार चुनाव जीतना मजाक की बात नहीं है
It's time we shift farmers' economic burden
Assured net income, including assured minimum support price for crops, can put an end to farmer suicide cases in India
20,000 drought-hit tribal farmers march to Mumbai
This is the third mass farmer protest the state has witnessed this year
Another set of distressed farmers protest, but does govt get a hint?
One more farmer protest in the national capital makes headlines, but it may have just added to the long list of such outcries
Hard work, but low wages for women farmers
Women farmers earn 22 per cent less than their male counterparts
India needs a comprehensive approach to prevent pesticide related suicides
Most persons who engage in suicidal behaviour don't want to die but the government lacks proper data on the incidence of pesticide poisoning …
Why farmers remain uninformed about pesticides and their use
Manufacturers and state governments have done little to inform farmers about approved uses of pesticides and hazards of using illegal ones
Farmer producer organisations need their very own Amul
Instead of encouraging them on paper, the government has to create a few model FPOs in the country and provide institutional support to them
Why India's debut farm investment support scheme is leaving out many beneficiaries
The most expensive farmer welfare scheme in Telangana is providing land-owning farmers monetary assistance even before they plant the first …
Cancer-stricken man first to win case against Monsanto’s weed killer
A California court awarded a compensation of $289 million to him as he got cancer from using Monsanto's herbicide
Here's why 40% of India's farmers want to quit
A vicious cycle of debt and loan waivers is worsening the plight of the marginal and tenant farmer
Meagre payments, reluctant states mar Modi’s flagship crop insurance scheme
10 million farmers have dropped out of the Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana in just a year
New MSP: Govt fails to meet Swaminathan standards, yet again
While the Modi cabinet claims that land rent is included, calculations suggest otherwise
Voice calls to help Andhra farmers in decision-making
The interactive voice response system has been introduced in Anantapur district to cover groundnut farmers
Boom in farm produce not reason enough to celebrate
Farmers are in distress owing to low farm prices, poor logistics for transport and government-assured purchases
Sugarcane crisis: Govt focuses on technology fixes, but not on mounting dues to farmers
While sugar mills in Uttar Pradesh owe about Rs 12,500 crore to farmers, the government’s measures were directed mostly towards tackling …
The minuscule system of pricing
First, a farmer must sell the produce at a price wrongly discounted by unscientific calculation. Second, an unholy nexus of many players pushes …
Is the Modi government serious about climate change?
Unlikely since nobody knows where and how it has spent environmental cessess, such as the coal cess, meant to mitigate climate change
`It is easy to die'
Can goats secure livelihood for small and marginal farmers?
The Centre's discussions on boosting the goat sector to double farmers’ incomes may be futile if fodder and grazing lands, both …