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No compensation for families of farmers who lost their lives in protests: Centre tells Lok Sabha

Government of India has made it clear that it will not compensate for the death of protesters in farmer protests

Massive boost to agriculture: FM Sitharaman announces outlay of Rs 16.5 lakh crore, Rs 75,000 crore allocated for farmers

FM Nirmala Sitharaman announced in her Union Budget for 2021-22 said that agriculture credit has been enhanced to Rs 16.5 lakh crores.

Farm Laws 2020: The need of the hour is balanced liberalization, to move beyond rigid ideologies

A balanced liberalization, based on the triad of truth, efficiency and compassion, may find a better tomorrow

Farmer Protests: Union government proposes to suspend the implementation of farm laws for 1-1.5 years to end the protest

Unions will discuss the offer to suspend farms laws tomorrow, will and inform their decision in next meeting on 22nd January

Gujarat Government renames dragon fruit as ‘Kamalam’. Here is why

PM Modi had mentioned dragon fruit and its cultivation in Gujarat in his Mann Ki Baat episode in July 2020.

NDTV’s Ravish Kumar spreads fake news on paddy procurement by govt: Read full details of letter written by govt of India

PIB Additional Director General sent a letter to NDTV after Ravish Kumar used wrong data to accuse govt of lying about paddy procurement

Congress supporter and BKU leader Bhupinder Singh Mann recuses himself from Supreme Court ordered committee on farm laws

Mann, who had declared support for Congress in the 2019 general elections, has stated that he stands with farmers and Punjab.

‘We won’t appear before Supreme Court’s appointed committee’: Farmers groups reject apex court’s suggestion

The Union government in its affidavit said that the laws were passed after two decades of deliberations and due consultations.

“Adani apples”: Has Adani really taken over agriculture sector after the three farm laws were passed

Images of Apples marketed by Farm Pik of Adani group were circulated on social media claiming it has taken over the sector using new farm laws

Farmer Protests: Govt agrees to two of four demands, farmers not to be punished for burning stubble, electricity subsidy to continue

Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar said that the talks with farmers were held in a very good environment and it concluded on a positive note.

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