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‘Farm unions are neglecting Punjab’s long-term interests’: Here is the generous proposal from the Modi govt that protesting farmers rejected

Farmers rejected generous proposal of the centre that would have helped small and marginalised farmers diversify crops and assured transition to sustainable practices.

Haryana govt to provide incentive to farmers promoting crop diversification under Mera Pani Meri Virasat scheme, plans to conserve 42,480 cr litre water

The Haryana government is providing Rs 7000 to farmers growing alternate crops which require less water to grow. Such crops include pulses, maize, oilseeds, and fodder crops.

Budget 2023: Here is what Nirmala Sitharaman said about ‘Shri Anna’ and the International Year of Millets

"I acknowledge with pride, the huge service done by small farmers in contributing to the health of fellow citizens by growing this shri anna," Nirmala Sitharaman said.

Genetic Engineering Appraisal Committee clears field trials of first genetically modified food crop, indigenously developed GM mustard

Union Environment Ministry's Genetic Engineering Appraisal Committee (GEAC) approves genetically modified mustard

Export of broken rice banned by India: As media and politicians spread propaganda, here is how the move is necessary for India

Centre said that due to higher prices, poultry and animal husbandry industries are affected, and that's why export of broken rice is banned

The siege of Leningrad: When Russian scientists starved themselves to death to preserve the future of the world, in a seed bank

Nine botanists from the Vavilov Institute of Plant Industry, the world's largest seed bank at that time, had starved themselves to death while trying to preserve their collection from Nazi forces that surrounded Leningrad.

After a sharp rise, tomato prices to come down soon, here is why

With increase in harvest, tomato availability will go up and will result in a drop in prices by December, according to Agriculture ministry

While states ban Diwali firecrackers to ‘control pollution’, NASA satellite images show stubble burning already started in Punjab and Haryana

Stubble burning seen in Punjab and Haryana seem to be following the trend observed in corresponding periods over the last five years

While Sugar factories elsewhere were closing down during Covid-19, all factories were kept running in Uttar Pradesh: CM Yogi Adityanath

Yogi Adityanath said that all sugar factories in UP were running during Covid-19, and closed factories were reopened

Modi govt rescues Punjab govt from a financial crisis that would prevent it from procuring foodgrains from farmers: Details

Loan of almost ₹ 90000 by state procurement agencies in Punjab would have become NPA, preventing them from further procurements

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