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Floods in Malaysia kill 12 people
December 13, 2007
Floods have killed 12 people and left more than 20,000 homeless, and more rain is expected, which could push up food and ...
Seven cotton farmers commit suicide
November 6, 2009
The state government began cotton procurement and announced a guarantee price of an average of Rs 2,850 per quintal. ...
Ahead of PM’s visit, 13 more suicides
August 31, 2007
At least 13 cotton-
committed suicide in the 48 hours leading up to the PM's visit to Maharashtra, reports
No trade with Pak-Administered Kashmir, say Valley traders
November 3, 2009
The much hyped cross LoC trade of fresh and dry fruits is hanging in mid way as the fruit cultivators of Kashmir valley ...
War in Iraq hits walnut exports from J&K
April 10, 2003
and exporters in Jammu and Kashmir said their business was plummeting because of the continuing war in Ir ...
Valley's fruit growers threaten hunger strike
August 21, 2008
Accusing the Govt of failing to provide security to their trucks, fruit
from the valley have threatened to launc ...
Fear refuses to go in Nandigram
November 17, 2007
fields and red flags are all that remains in the deserted villages. Shops are still closed.
HP apple growers hassled by rains
August 19, 2007
The recent heavy rainfall, flood and landslides are proving to be a bane for apple
in Himachal Pradesh as they a ...
Farmers turn shareholders
August 17, 2007
Manga Singson, a farmer from Kotlem village, never knew the ginger he grew was worth a fortune. Today, he is a key membe ...
Orissa woman shows the way
January 31, 2008
Distress sale of
was rampant in Bargarh district, known as the ‘rice bowl’ of Orissa. The returns were very low. T ...
'Rice Bowl' Andhra losing sheen due to lesser rains
July 10, 2003
Once considered the `rice bowl' of India, Andhra Pradesh is fast losing its sheen in the face of shrinking
crop ar ...
Indian tea in Russia
January 5, 2004
Indian tea exports to Russia, one of the biggest markets, are down this fiscal but an agreement between tea
of t ...
Punjab seeks gunny bags for storage
July 8, 2012
Fearing a shortage of gunny bags for storing
this year, the Punjab government has urged the central food ministry ...
Paddy farmers in Haryana happy as showers wash away their worries
July 7, 2012
Both Haryana farmers and the general public are rejoicing after the much-awaited pre-monsoon showers finally hit the reg ...
Monsoon hits Punjab and Haryana
July 7, 2012
Monsoon rains lashed Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh, causing mercury to drop by between two to seven degrees. The rains ...
'Brain dead' child's heart transplanted in a two-year-old in record time
Winds of change sweeping through Madhya Pradesh’s Bedia community
PK review: Aamir Khan steals the show, it's a winner all the way
Clooney slams Hollywood for not backing Sony after hacks
Peshawar school attack survivors vow to fail militants by continuing their studies
Peshawar school attack: More than 130, mostly children, massacred by Taliban militants
Pakistan in mourning as parents bury children killed by Taliban
132 children killed as Taliban gunmen storm Peshawar school
Bigg Boss 8: Upen Patel threatens to kill Gautam Gulati
Inside Peshawar school: Eerie silence and the stamp of Taliban brutality
Pakistan hangs 2 convicted militants; 10 more in line
BJP no match for us politically, says TMC chief Mamata Banerjee
Peshawar attack fallout: Govt wants higher walls, armed guards in schools
BJP washes hands off conversion controversy
India protests, Pak keeps Lakhvi in jail for 3 months
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