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Jokai Borbam Tangia village yet to see promised development 5.12.2019 The Assam Tribune
Jokai Borbam Tangia village yet to see promised development
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Gunmen kill head of Japan aid agency, 5 others in Afghanistan 4.12.2019 Reuters: World News
Gunmen killed six people, including the head of a Japanese aid agency, on Wednesday in an attack on their vehicle in Jalalabad in eastern Afghanistan, officials said.
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Six dead in Afghanistan after gun attack on Japanese NGO vehicle - officials 4.12.2019 Reuters: South Asia News
Six people including the head of a Japanese NGO were killed on Wednesday after unknown gunmen attacked their vehicle in Jalalabad, the capital city of Afghanistan's eastern Nangarhar province, officials said.
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Gunmen kill head of Japan aid agency, five others in east Afghanistan 4.12.2019 Reuters: World News
Gunmen killed six people, including the head of a Japanese aid agency, on Wednesday in an attack on their vehicle in Jalalabad in eastern Afghanistan, officials said.
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Arunachal Dy CM asks farmers to adopt modern technique 4.12.2019 The Assam Tribune
Arunachal Dy CM asks farmers to adopt modern technique
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CM asks Fishery dept to sustain quality quotient of water-bodies 29.11.2019 The Assam Tribune
CM asks Fishery dept to sustain quality quotient of water-bodies
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As climate change takes a bite out of apple production in Himachal, farmers turn to pomegranates 16.11.2019 Scroll.in
More suitable to warmer climes, pomegranates flower faster and are more profitable, but guzzle pesticides – a facet that is making planters nervous.
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Babur in India: An emperor who loved the monsoon breeze but wasn’t impressed by the melons or grapes 9.11.2019 Scroll.in
It could be argued that India’s dislike of Babur is merely a reflection of Babur’s dislike of India.
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Water crisis builds in Egypt as dam talks falter, temperatures rise 7.11.2019 Reuters: World News
Ahmed Abd-Rabo used to get all the water he needed to feed his crops 50 km (30 miles) from Egypt's River Nile. Then supplies in the canal linking his seven acres to the river dwindled as other farmers drew more water, and he had to abandon half the ...
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The pollution question: What will it take for farmers in Punjab and Haryana to stop burning stubble? 6.11.2019 Scroll.in - News that matters
In ‘Air: Why India Must Solve Pollution and Climate Change Together’, Dean Spears examines why crop-burning does not stop.
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CM to make MP a developed state by bringing prosperity in agriculture sector 5.11.2019 Central Chronicle
Bhopal, The Chief Minister Kamal Nath has said that we will make Madhya Pradesh a developed state by bringing prosperity in the agriculture sector. The Chief Minister said that he does not make announcements instead make promises and fulfill it. After the inaugurating the 2nd Moniya Mahotsav in Bijawar Tehsil of Chhatarpur district today, Kamal […]
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BJP holds Jan Akrosh Andolan across state 5.11.2019 Central Chronicle
Bhopal: In order to protest against alleged anti-farmer polices of State Congress Government, Bharatiya Janata Party orgnaised Kisan Akrosh Andolan across the State, on Monday. Former State President, Nandkumar Singh Chouhan led the protest in Jabalpur.  Senior BJP leaders alleged that the Congress Government has betrayed farmers. It had made hollow claims of loan waiver […]
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Special Gram Sabha for Tentha GP conducted 22.10.2019 Manipur: E-Pao
Special Gram Sabha for Tentha GP conducted
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2nd Special Gram Sabha meeting of Wangoo GP held 18.10.2019 Manipur: E-Pao
2nd Special Gram Sabha meeting of Wangoo GP held
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Why residents on outskirts of Hyderabad are forced to drink contaminated water 16.10.2019 Citizen Matters
Groundwater, drawn at rapid rates from peri-urban areas of Hyderabad is now turning into a commodity, controlled and distributed at a premium by a few, to meet the needs of the city. Recent research reveals the alarming consequences of such trends.
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Producing wine, chips and chocolate takes litres and litres of water. How water-wise is your diet? 8.10.2019 Scroll.in
The food system accounts for around 70% of global freshwater use.
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Toxic pollution in Sutlej waters puts one crore lives at stake across three states 6.10.2019 Citizen Matters
Indiscriminate dumping of industrial effluents and untreated municipal waste in the Sutlej river, and various other channels flowing into it, is causing unprecedented incidence of cancer and other health hazards in the three states of Punjab, Haryana and Rajasthan.
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How crop diversification can protect children from malnutrition during periods of drought 27.9.2019 Scroll.in - News that matters
Nutritionally diverse agriculture systems have crops that respond differently to drought, making sure there is some food component available at all times.
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India's monsoon set for delayed retreat 27.9.2019 Reuters: Top News
Current weather conditions indicate that India's monsoon is unlikely to start receding before early October, more than a month later than usual, the head of the weather office said on Friday.
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NABARD sanctions 3,520 projects for Assam 27.9.2019 Projects Monitor

The National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD) has sanctioned around 3,520 projects worth Rs 7,019.47 crore for Assam till 31 March 2019. The projects covers three sectors – agriculture and related sector, social sectors and rural connectivity. Cumulatively, the loan disbursed to government of Assam by NABARD stood at Rs 4,877.67 crore up […]

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