Modi Govt 2.0 | COVID-19 has prompted long-pending agricultural reforms
Based on its performance this last year, the second year of the Modi 2.0 government promises to bring far reaching changes to the agricultural economy
COVID-19 | How to maximise food security in post-COVID India
India must revamp its food grain storage techniques, modernise its mandis and expand the capacity of cold chains without any further delay
Finance Minister announces PM Gareeb Kalyan Scheme, here is what experts have to say
Overall experts felt the moves were good for the common man, but markets and industries would have to wait and watch
Lockdown strategy right step, but needs to be backed by logistical and income support
An allowance to workers – a direct transfer of money into their Jan Dhan Yojana accounts – is the bare minimum the government should already have announced.
Covid-19 pandemic | India has little to fear about its food security
The most serious threat to availability of foodstuff in India could come not from any shortage, but from an overzealous bureaucracy….There is an urgent need for the Centre to issue clear directions to the states that they should not impose any border restrictions on movement.
Budget 2020 | Three important leads in the agri-rural sector
With contraction in core infrastructure industries and non-food bank credit, the stress in the economy, especially in the agriculture and rural sector, demanded real action, rather than poetry.
Budget 2020 | Economic revival has agriculture as a good starting point
Since the general elections, the agriculture sector has taken a back seat as the economy has itself touched new lows
Falling employment, low wages and food inflation - the rural economy is in pain
With priorities of the government changing, the agriculture sector is unlikely to see any major initiatives and reforms
Policy | Has PM-Kisan belied expectations?
The government has not shown any serious intent to undertake major reforms in agriculture sector. Till then, it seems unlikely that the central and state governments will be able to discontinue any of the direct income support schemes.
Budget 2019: Deep reforms in agriculture have to wait for another day
For all the talk of the huge election mandate, agriculture as a sector failed to find its pride of place in the latest budgetary exercise. A political consensus can tilt he scales though
Budget 2019 | Expect a higher outlay for agriculture, rural sectors
On the ground, farming operations cannot be carried out without agricultural labour. Neither PM-Kisan nor the pension scheme has anything for them.
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