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'Centre takes decisions without consulting states' 17.5.2020 Rediff: News
'The spirit of cooperation between the Centre and states has been diluted in many ways.' 'The level of consultation which used to be there earlier has reduced significantly.'
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Indian farmers to harvest record rice, wheat crops this year 15.5.2020 Reuters: Top News
India is expected to produce a record 107.18 million tonnes of wheat this year, the farm ministry said in its third forecast for the crop year to June 2020, marginally higher than a previous estimate of 106.21 million tonnes.
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India's farmers gather record wheat crop, but cannot move it 15.5.2020 Reuters: Money News
Late last month, Sukrampal had to beg and borrow farmhands from nearby villages to gather his part of the country's largest-ever wheat harvest in Haryana state near New Delhi.
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India's March oilmeal exports drop 54% as soymeal shipments plunge - trade body 14.5.2020 Reuters: Money News
India's oilmeal exports dropped 54% to 177,003 tonnes in March from a year earlier, as soymeal shipments plunged due to higher domestic prices, provisional data released by a leading industry body showed on Thursday.
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LG Polymers fined Rs 50cr for Vizag gas leak 9.5.2020 India News | Latest News Headlines & Live Updates from India - Times of India
The LG Polymers’ plant in Vishakhapatnam violated green rules as far as its functioning under expanded capacity is concerned, the environment ministry said on Friday after conducting preliminary investigation in Thursday’s gas leak which claimed 11 lives.The National Green Tribunal on Friday imposed an interim fine of Rs 50 crore on LG Polymers.
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India's April edible oil imports drop 34%: trade body 6.5.2020 Reuters: Money News
India's edible oil imports fell 34% to 790,377 tonnes in April, a leading trade body said on Wednesday, due to logistical difficulties, including delays in the discharge of imported oils, triggered by the coronavirus lockdown.
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Govt prepares post-lockdown norms for use of public transport 5.5.2020 India News | Latest News Headlines & Live Updates from India - Times of India
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IMD releases new list cyclone names 28.4.2020 India News | Latest News Headlines & Live Updates from India - Times of India
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States open up PDS to non-cardholders to meet crisis 24.4.2020 Rediff: News
However, experts say that unless clear guidelines are there, it remains to be seen how many people fall within the ambit and who remains excluded.
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India's truckers in crisis: police checks, no food and fears of coronavirus 24.4.2020 Reuters: World News
Indian truck driver Arju Yadav says he was on a 30-40 km (20-25 mile) journey earlier this month to deliver a consignment of biscuits when he was stopped by police for defying a coronavirus lockdown, beaten and made to do sit-ups.
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India's virus lockdown gives world's most polluted capital clear skies, clean air 21.4.2020 Reuters: Top News
Residents of New Delhi are experiencing the longest spell of clean air on record, according to government data, as a stringent lockdown to prevent the spread of novel coronavirus drastically cuts pollution in the world's most polluted capital.
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Why 100 million Indians are left out of food rations 17.4.2020 Rediff: News
A recent study shows that more than 100 million people are excluded from the public distribution system because the central government insists on using 2011 population figures to calculate state-wise PDS coverage, which effectively leaves out 100 million people, reports Sanjeeb Mukherjee.
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India's monsoon rains seen average in 2020 - IMD 15.4.2020 Reuters: Money News
India is likely to receive average monsoon rains this year, the state-run weather office said on Wednesday, raising expectations of higher farm output in Asia's third-biggest economy, which is reeling from the coronavirus spread.
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"We'll Die Of Hunger Before Virus Can Kill Us": Migrant Workers 14.4.2020 NDTV News - Latest
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday extended the current lockdown to control the spread of coronavirus till May 3. But the highly contagious virus is not the only problem for India. Without work...
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India says it's ready to tackle rising virus cases, Bangladesh announces farm relief 12.4.2020 Reuters: Top News
India said on Sunday its hospital network is adequately prepared to tackle the spread of the coronavirus, with over 100,000 beds ready to cater to a potential surge in patient numbers.
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Bangladesh announces coronavirus farm relief package, India seen extending lockdown 12.4.2020 Reuters: South Asia News
Bangladesh on Sunday announced a relief package worth about $1.7 billion to help farmers struggling because of restrictions imposed to stem the spread of the coronavirus, with neighbouring India expected to further extend its nationwide ...
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The coming vegetable crisis 12.4.2020 Rediff: Business
There have been several instances of traders dumping fruits and vegetables outside mandis. Or of farmers dumping produce outside their villages or feeding them to their animals.
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India's coronavirus relief plan could leave millions without food aid, activists say 10.4.2020 Reuters: South Asia News
Tens of millions of Indians stand to see few benefits from a coronavirus relief package worth $22.6 billion, economists and food rights activists say, a scenario that spells catastrophe for Karan Kumar, a struggling day labourer in the ...
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India agrees to export 3.75 million tonnes of sugar so far in 2019/20 - trade body 6.4.2020 Reuters: Money News
Indian mills have agreed contracts to export 3.75 million tonnes of sugar since the current marketing season began on Oct. 1, a leading trade body said on Monday.
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India agrees to export 3.75 million tonnes of sugar in 2019/20 - trade body 6.4.2020 Reuters: Top News
Indian mills have agreed contracts to export 3.75 million tonnes of sugar since the current marketing season began on Oct. 1, a leading trade body said on Monday.
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