User: phemk23 Topic: Gujarat Agriculture
Category: Gujarat Agriculture
Last updated: Nov 18 2017 09:45 IST RSS 2.0
 
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Cotton arrivals pick up, CCI intervenes to stabilise prices 11.11.2017 Hindu: Business
Prices expected to fall further, says Cotton Corporation
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Congress is anti-people, BJP confident of win in Gujarat: Javadekar 11.11.2017 Zee News : States
"BJP is very confident of winning the elections in Gujarat and it will register a massive victory on the basis of the work done by the government," the HRD Minister told reporters.
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Uncertainty over winter session dates persists 9.11.2017 News
Workers began their three-day protest on Thursday; another one lined up for Nov 20
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EC allows Centre to release MGNREGA funds for Himachal, Gujarat 8.11.2017 Hindu: National
The Election Commission has allowed the Centre to release the second instalment of funds under the MGNREGA scheme for poll-bound Himachal Pradesh and Gujarat with a rider that there will be “absolut...
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Close contest 8.11.2017 FrontLine: Politics
The ruling Congress in Himachal Pradesh faces a formidable challenge from the BJP. By T.K. RAJALAKSHMI
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Demonetisation and Tughlaq Modi 7.11.2017 deccanherald.com
Gauri Lankesh, the Kannada journalist gunned down on September 5, had responded to the note ban with a special edition of her weekly magazine and this editorial. PM Modi demonetised Rs 1000 and Rs 500 notes on November 8, 2016 Narendra Modi has revealed his Tughlaq face. Claiming to wage war against black money, he has gone to war against the middle class and the poor, who constitute a majority. By demonetising Rs 100 and Rs 500 notes, he has mocked them as cheats, and dubbed as thugs people without a morsel to eat. This special edition looks at many aspects of his demonetisation madness. Bizarre stories made the rounds on social media last week. Some claimed the new Rs 2,000 note would have a nano chip to enable the government to monitor how the money was being spent. The income tax authorities, or so the stories said, would use satellites to locate and raid those hoarding new notes. The stories claimed the notes could be tracked even if they were buried 120 metres below the earth. Z News in Hindi and a ...
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Manmohan Singh hits out at PM Modi on his home turf 7.11.2017 Deccan Herald - TOP STORIES RSS FEEDS
Former prime minister Manmohan Singh on Tuesday was at his aggressive best against his successor Prime Minister Narendra Modi in latter's home state Gujarat. The former prime minister hit out at Modi on multiple fronts - demonetisation, GST, state of the economy, agriculture, politics and even Narmada project - claiming that it is unlikely Modi government would achieve its targets on economic growth. "My anguish is at remark Modiji makes that nothing was done in 70 years. Does he really mean that? The Life expectancy at independence was at 31 years. Today it is 71 years; Literacy was 18, today
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Onion price at 2-year high: Peeling away the layers 6.11.2017 Business Standard: Economy & Policy
Onion consumption has declined with retail prices of Rs 60 a kg in Mumbai and Rs 50-55 a kg in Delhi
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CRISIL ratings for Indian debt instruments-Nov 6 6.11.2017 Sify Finance
Nov 6 (Reuters) - Below are the ratings awarded by Credit Rating Information Service of India (CRISIL) for local debt instruments as of November 3, 2017. COMPANY
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CARE ratings for Indian debt instruments-Nov 6 6.11.2017 Sify Finance
Nov 6 (Reuters) - Below are the ratings awarded by Credit Analysis and Research Ltd. (CARE) for local debt instruments as of November 3, 2017. COMPANY
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Congress likens Modi's mitron to Gabbar's kitne aadmi the 5.11.2017 deccanherald.com
The Congress today upped the ante on the issue of GST, drawing a parallel between lines made famous by Bollywood villain Gabbar Singh and Prime Minister Narendra Modis characteristic way of addressing the people. "People feared Gabbar (Singh) when he used to say kitne aadmi the (how many people were there) and now they fear Modi when he says mitron (friends) because they do not know what is coming next," party spokesperson Randeep Surjewala said at a rally here. Surjewalas remarks come days after Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi dubbed the Goods and Services Tax "Gabbar Singh Tax" during a rally in Gujarat. The Congress leader claimed the Modi government was the first central government to levy a tax on farmers in the form of the GST. "Eighteen percent tax is levied on agriculture and 12 percent on agriculture equipment... the first time in India. "Farmers are working hard to fill our stomachs, and they must be exempt from tax... That is why Rahul Gandhi has termed GST Gabbar Singh Tax," he ...
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World Food India 2017: Amul, TGB, Keventer keen to invest in Odisha 4.11.2017 Business Standard: News Now
To boost investments in food processing, Odisha has come up with a dedicated policy in the food sector
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Farmers throng markets in Gujarat with huge quantities of groundnut 2.11.2017 HBL: Home
Procurement slows down; farmers want payment process made easier
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3 economic factors that may impact Gujarat polls 2.11.2017 Rediff: Business
De-scaling of businesses, job losses and subsequent impact on disposable incomes has created negative sentiment among traders, business owners and workers alike, says Abhishek Waghmare.
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CCI should buy 100 lakh bales of cotton: federation 1.11.2017 Hindu: News
With India expecting cotton production of 400 lakh bales this season (October 2017 to September 2018), the Cotton Corporation of India should procure at least 100 lakh bales during the peak arrival m...
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It’s a story of rice to riches for Kerala farmer 31.10.2017 Hindu: Kerala
When others moved to cash crops to cut losses, he brought Gujarat and Punjab varieties to Wayanad
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Cultivating a different thought 31.10.2017 Hindu: Kerala
Effort of a farmer who begged to differ from his ilk and chose rice instead of cash crops to tide over crop loss
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Bengal paan shop owners protest against Centre's advisory 31.10.2017 All News-IANS Stories
Protesting against the Centre's advisory proposing a ban on tobacco and paan shops from selling food items, shop owners here on Tuesday said this could lead to a drastic fall in their daily sales and affect their livelihood.
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Stabilise prices to stop distress sale of cotton, soybean: VSSNM 31.10.2017 Hindu: News
Govt. asked to give farmers a bonus over and above MSP
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Afghanistan gets Indian wheat via Iran: 10 key highlights of Chabahar port 30.10.2017 Top Stories
India starts sending wheat to Af via Iran's Chabahar Port
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