What does cluster development programme mean to India’s small farmers?
CDP has the potential to benefit farmers; however, asymmetric power relations can make farmer-producer organisations captive markets for the …
Punjab rejects Centre’s new agri laws, passes 3 bills of its own
They essentially provide that no sale or purchase of wheat and paddy will take place below the minimum support price
India’s agrarian distress: Is farming a dying occupation
Farmers across the globe are quitting their business, while the rural youth population is increasing. Who will grow our food?
Despite police action, farmers approaching Delhi for mega protest event November 26
Haryana seals its borders; farmers vow to protest wherever they are stopped
Maharashtra grape farmers worried as unseasonal rains, hail wipe out 50,000 acres of vineyards
Almost 25 per cent of the export has been affected, claim farmers
Why farmers are not cheering their exceptional feat this kharif season
Highest rice acreage in six years, more farmers in farms, a bounty monsoon and an expected bumper harvest don't enthuse farmers as their …
Farmers to decide on govt’s invite to talk today
Transporters in the National Capital Region threaten to go on strike if farmers’ demands are not met
‘Yes or no?’ Farmers ask; government can’t say
Next round of meeting on December 9, a day after proposed all-India shutdown
Farmers give a thumbs-down to day-long talks, even as govt says progress made
The government agreed to talk about seven major objections of farmers in new farm laws; farmers not satisfied with talks
Maharashtra sugarcane farmers protest for better price
Agitation spreads to six districts, procurement near standstill
COVID-19: Augmenting farmer access to long-term credit
Failing to protect farmers amid the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic can worsen India’s agrarian distress.