User: phemk23 Topic: Gujarat Agriculture
Category: North Gujarat Agriculture
Last updated: Sep 17 2020 11:38 IST RSS 2.0
 
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Gujarat CM to sign MoUs with 10 institutions pertaining to Climate Change 17.9.2020 Education News: Latest Job Notifications, Admit Cards, Exam Paper Analysis,Results - Times of India
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In Gujarat, curbs eased to buy agricultural land for setting up education institutions 21.8.2020 Vadodara News, Latest Gujarat news, Vadodara News Headlines & Live Updates - Times of India
In a far-reaching development, Gujarat government has decided to ease restrictions on purchase of agricultural land for non-agricultural purposes. Prior permission of a district collector will now not be mandatory for a nonfarmer purchasing agricultural land to set up educational institutions like agricultural universities, animal husbandry universities, medical colleges and engineering colleges.
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Cricketer who lifted Blind World Cup 2018 sells veggies in Ahmedabad 21.8.2020 Surat News, Latest Surat News Headlines & Live Updates - Times of India
Naresh Tumda was amongst the playing 11 in Indian blind cricket team that lifted Blind World Cup on March 20, 2018 after chasing a challenging target of 308 runs set by Pakistan at Sharjah. Two years later, the cricketer's cup of woes has brimmeth over as Covid-19 crisis has forced him to sell vegetables at Jamalpur market in Ahmedabad.
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In Indian cities, home-based workers are being paid Rs 15 for a day’s work since the lockdown 28.7.2020 Scroll.in
These women, without a contract or claim to worker rights, comprise the lowest rung of India’s labour chain.
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‘Catastrophic migrant crisis set us back 15 years’: Santosh Mehrotra on India’s giant jobs challenge 11.7.2020 Scroll.in - News that matters
The editor of ‘Reviving Jobs’ speaks about the demographic divided ending in 2040 and four self-inflicted economic goals by the Modi government.
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During coronavirus lockdown, women domestic workers have struggled to buy essentials, says survey 4.6.2020 Scroll.in
Of the women surveyed, 44% got less than their usual salary for March.
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Across India, lockdown forced women to make perilous journeys home. Some never made it 30.5.2020 Scroll.in
Some are still stranded far away from home.
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How colonial India fought locust attacks – and what we could learn from those tactics 30.5.2020 Scroll.in
One simple strategy: protect birds that eat the predatory insects.
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Filthy toilets, attacked with stones: For North East workers from Goa, a 119-hour nightmare on rails 27.5.2020 Scroll.in
A train journey to Manipur that should have taken 61 hours stretches into a horror ride as meals fail to arrive and bogies are without water.
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Locust attacks threaten crop damage in 17 UP districts; third state to be affected 25.5.2020 Scroll.in
The crop-eating pests have ravaged farms in Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh.
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State should focus on areas of comparative advantage: Baruah 25.5.2020 The Assam Tribune
State should focus on areas of comparative advantage: Baruah
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Why migrant workers in Surat are turning violent 20.5.2020 Rediff: News
'There are 8-12 members living in the same accommodation. While in pre-lockdown days, since most were out on work, social tension among them was less because of limited interaction. But now, no food and livelihood, along with having to live in cramped conditions, is taking a toll on their mental health.'
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Coronavirus: India’s cases rise by 5,611 – largest 24-hour spike so far 20.5.2020 Scroll.in
Indian Railways announced that it will run 200 non-AC trains from June 1 besides the ‘shramik special’ trains.
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700 'super spreaders' test positive in 1 week 16.5.2020 Rediff: News
Additional Chief Secretary Rajiv Gupta, who has been appointed to oversee works related to COVID-19 in Ahmedabad said massive screening was conducted to ensure that the viral infection cannot get transmitted from the "super spreaders".
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334 COVID-19 'super-spreaders' found in Ahmedabad 10.5.2020 Rediff: News
'Super-spreaders' are the infectious disease carriers who could transmit the pathogen to a large number of people.
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334 Covid-19 'super-spreaders' found in Ahmedabad: Official 10.5.2020 India News | Latest News Headlines & Live Updates from India - Times of India
As many as 334 coronavirus 'super-spreaders' have been found in Ahmedabad so far, and it is the main reason for the order to keep shops of groceries and vegetables closed till May 15. 'Super-spreaders' are the infectious disease carriers who could transmit the pathogen to a large number of people.
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Coronavirus lockdown: Moldova tennis player Dmitrii Baskov helps academy feed people in Ahmedabad 7.5.2020 Scroll.in
The Davis Cup had arrived in India in January to visit Ace Tennis Academy before the advancing pandemic prevented him from returning home.
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'Indian hero' - Moldovan tennis player feeds poor in lockdown 7.5.2020 Sports News: Cricket News, Latest updates on Tennis, Football, Badminton, WWE Results & more
Moldovan tennis player Dmitrii Baskov has been hailed as an "Indian hero" after joining a campaign to feed Ahmedabad's poor, who are struggling during the coronavirus lockdown. Baskov, a two-time Davis Cup player, arrived in India in January to visit a tennis academy before the advancing pandemic prevented him from returning home.
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Watch: Chaos in Ahmedabad after announcement of strict curfew measures for a week 7.5.2020 Scroll.in - News that matters
The civic authorities in Ahmedabad ordered almost all shops, including those selling groceries, fruits, and vegetables, to be shut for one week.
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Covid-19: In Ahmedabad, all shops to be closed for a week except those selling milk and medicines 6.5.2020 Scroll.in
Ahmedabad has so far reported 4,425 Covid-19 cases and 273 deaths.
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