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US, India make big strides in wheat trade talks
May 30, 2007
India and the United States are getting closer to an agreement on
import standards, which could allow new US
7 Dalits injured as Jats fire on them
May 3, 2008
The trouble started when some Dalit labourers were asked by a group of Jats in Mandoda village to cut
crop in thei ...
Girl killed in Uttar Pradesh over bowl of wheat
March 9, 2009
A 12-year-old girl accused of stealing a bowl of
was brutally killed by a couple in Uttar Pradesh, police said on ...
After Amitabh, Green Revolution on Egypt's radar
April 4, 2008
As a sign of how completely out of sync Egypt has been with India, after Amitabh Bachchan, the Green Revolution in India ...
Price rise: Worst may be over
April 15, 2008
output may reach a new record and rice production looks all set to rise marginally at a critical time when global ...
India may buy around 370,000 tonnes of wheat
May 28, 2007
India is likely to buy around 370,000 tonne at about $263.50 per tonne, trade and government sources said on Monday.
Government faces policy dilemmas
April 15, 2008
Ensuring food security entails procuring enough
and rice to stock up the PDS– which is the only safety net that en ...
Govt likely to cancel wheat import tender
December 23, 2007
The State Trading Corp Ltd is likely to cancel a tender to import 330,000 tonnes of
due to high bids received from ...
Slump in wheat output threatens food security
June 13, 2007
production has come down from 76 million tonnes (MT) in 1999-2000 to 74 MT this year, reports Saikat Neogi.
Wheat trucks leave for famine affected Rajasthan districts
May 29, 2003
Rajasthan Chief Minister flagged off about 100
laden trucks sent by All India Youth Congress for people in drought ...
Wet weather threatens wheat crop in northern India (
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April 5, 2008
Rains across North India may pose a threat to the region’s standing Rabi crop, especially
, which has currently ent ...
Nagarajan, Lal get Borlaug Award for 2005
March 16, 2005
scientist S Nagarajan and soil scientist Rattan Lal got this year's Norman E Borlaug Award for contributions to ag ...
Tendulkar's secret love revealed!
August 22, 2006
Sachin Tendulkar's secret love for 'haleem' - a mutton delicacy prepared with
- was revealed during his stay in Co ...
Enough wheat and rice stocks available: Thomas
October 14, 2009
India does not need to import rice and
even though drought and flood have damaged summer-sown crops, as the cou ...
Worst is over, food prices coming down: Pawar
May 13, 2010
Food and Agriculture Minister Sharad Pawar today said worst on food inflation front is over and the prices have started ...
Young, assured and turning right: India's generational change
Wedding pics are here! Amal makes for a stunning bride in lacy whites
Global wildlife populations down by half since 1970: WWF
There's a dust storm brewing on Mars: Mangalyaan sends more pictures
Man kicked to death in row over Japan noodle shop seat
IIPM cannot call itself management institute: HC
Jayalalithaa sentenced to 4 years in jail; clashes in Tamil Nadu
Narendra Modi takes centre stage at Madison Square; bag of goodies for Indian diaspora
Wait for Jayalalithaa DA case verdict continues, AIADMK supporters throng Bangalore
Rajdeep Sardesai manhandled outside Madison Sq Garden ahead of Modi address
Modi, Obama say 'Chalein saath saath', write joint editorial in US newspaper
IAS officer Pradeep Sharma of 'Gujarat Snoopgate' held for graft
No relief yet for Jayalalithaa, bail plea hearing set for October 6
Asian Games: Mary Kom in final, Sarita Devi robbed of a shot at gold
RBI keeps key interest rate unchanged
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