Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi has another reason to brag during the elections. Not only has he grabbed the Nano plant from West Bengal, he has also stolen Buddhadeb Bhattacharya's thunder in agriculture. CNBC-TV18 reports how India's foremost industrial state is making gains on the farming front.
Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi has another reason to brag during the elections. Not only has he grabbed the Nano plant from
Here is a verbatim transcript of Vivian Fernandes’s comments on CNBC-TV18. Also see the accompanying video.
Whether it is investments or his drives for improved child nutrition, girl child enrolment, hospital deliveries or rural sanitation, Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi is never short of bragging points. Now, he has more reason for immodesty. Against a national average of 2.8% in a five year period to 2006-07, the latest year for which state-wise data is available,
"Large number of people are dependent on agriculture and one has to find out what has gone wrong after operation burger which was acclaimed so much but no more.," Gulati added.
There are several factors for
Another surprise is
The researchers do not have a handle on why
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