User: phemk23 Topic: Indian Agriculture
Category: Western India Agriculture
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Pawar reaffirms faith in Mahatma Gandhi's philosophy 8.1.2009 New Kerala: Maharashtra
192 govt vehicles condemned by N Goa depts in past two years 8.1.2009 The Navhind Times
192 govt vehicles condemned by N Goa depts in past two years
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Saline is sweet in Gujarat 8.1.2009 TOI: Ahmedabad Times
Salinity has ingressed up to 12 km from the coast in Gujarat. Over 2,500 coastal villages in the state are partially or fully affected by salinity.
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Humans, the biggest threat to bustard 8.1.2009 TOI: Ahmedabad Times
Rising figures of Great Indian Bustard may have shown encouraging signs but a scientist found several threats posed by humans in the area.
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Cotton output could slip to 295 lakh bales 8.1.2009 Financial Express: Front Page
Cotton crop for the season 2008-09 is expected to reach in the range of 285-295 lakh bales (175 kg each) mainly due to untimely rain and pest attack in some parts of Maharashtra and Gujarat, said PD Patodia, president, Cotton Association of India.
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Truck strike hits goods movement partially 8.1.2009 Hindu: Kerala
Prices of certain items show rising trend
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Truckers strike intensifies as 15,000 deposit permits 8.1.2009 Financial Express: Front Page
The deadlock between striking transport operators and the government intensified on Wednesday with around 1,500 truckers depositing their permits to the state governments and vehicles to the financiers in protest.
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Banks fail to deliver on social commitments 8.1.2009 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
ERODE: Banks in the district, it appears, are out of sync with the textile industry and agriculture sector here, particularly so with the latter. For a district like Erode, where agriculture is the predominant economic activity, banks ...
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Truckers’ strike: City to feel the pinch 8.1.2009 Hindustan Times: News
Although the truckers’ strike entered its third day without having any effect on essential commodities in the city, the situation may sour with private bus operators in the state planning to keep off the roads for two days, report R Aklekar & GM Jeddy.
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Smaller parties plan to join hands for polls 8.1.2009 Hindustan Times: News
The elective merit of such parties is restricted to particular pockets and their leaders think they will be a force to reckon with in coalition politics if they share resources and join hands to politically exploit common issues, D Jore reports.
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Truckers’ strike: City to feel the pinch 8.1.2009 Hindustan Times: India
Although the truckers’ strike entered its third day without having any effect on essential commodities in the city, the situation may sour with private bus operators in the state planning to keep off the roads for two days, report R Aklekar & GM Jeddy.
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Smaller parties plan to join hands for polls 8.1.2009 Hindustan Times: India
The elective merit of such parties is restricted to particular pockets and their leaders think they will be a force to reckon with in coalition politics if they share resources and join hands to politically exploit common issues, D Jore reports.
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Goa hotels implement ban on tobacco products 8.1.2009 Hindu: Karnataka
PANAJI: The Goa State Steering Committee for Tobacco Control Act has claimed that hotels in the coastal tourist State have done a good job in implementing the ban order. Shekhar Salkar, cancer surgeon and General Secretary of the ...
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Truckers' strike won't affect supply 8.1.2009 TOI: Cities
Truckers, across the state, have stopped work to protest against their demand for cheaper diesel and exemption from road tolls but the government says it wouldn't affect prices
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Humans, the biggest threat to bustard 8.1.2009 TOI: Ahmedabad Times
Rising figures of Great Indian Bustard may have shown encouraging signs but a scientist found several threats posed by humans in the area
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Truckers' strike won't affect supply 8.1.2009 TOI: Ahmedabad Times
Truckers, across the state, have stopped work to protest against their demand for cheaper diesel and exemption from road tolls but the government says it wouldn't affect prices
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Onion prices up 8 per cent in a week 7.1.2009 Business Standard: Markets & Investing
The average wholesale prices of onion in Nashik districts various Agriculture Produce Market Committees (APMCs) have increased by around 8 per cent to Rs 1,300 a quintal within a week.
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Vegetables, pulses prices go up following truckers' strike 7.1.2009 India eNews: Business
The ongoing nationwide strike of transporters has jacked up prices of essential commodities in Lucknow even as the Uttar Pradesh Truck Operators' Federation (UPTOF) said they would maintain the supply of essential goods.
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Vegetables, pulses prices go up following truckers' strike 7.1.2009 ET: Indicators
The ongoing nationwide strike of transporters has jacked up prices of essential commodities in Lucknow even as the Uttar Pradesh Truck Operators' Federation (UPTOF) said they would maintain the supply of essential goods.
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Local firms pledge Rs 1,200 cr investment 7.1.2009 TOI: Cities
Small and medium enterprises, especially those in the engineering sector from the city, are set to commit an investment of Rs 1,200 crore during Vibrant Gujarat Global Investors' Summit on January 12 and 13.
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