AGRICULTURE

An Ode to the Rebel Poet Kazi Nazrul Islam

I am a poet of the present, and not a prophet of the future. My birth in this country...

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Lockdown, Untimely Rains and Massive Agricultural Loss Cause Panic Among Uttarakhand Farmers

The whole of the country is going through a particularly hard time as it battles the...

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Labour Crisis, Interests of Landed Gentry Fracture Punjab’s Rural Fabric

In Punjab’s villages, the lockdown has resulted in a massive labour crisis. The novel...

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Anxious farmers in Maharashtra prepare to sow amidst lockdown

In April, amidst several gloomy developments related to COVID-19, there was one...

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El Niño-Southern Oscillation can affect tuna fish in the Indian Ocean, says FAO report

El Niño, a weather phenomenon that occurs in the central and eastern equatorial Pacific...

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Greens grown in urban kitchen gardens beat the lockdown blues

“I have a lawn in my house and developing a kitchen garden was always on the back...

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Return of indigenous crops helps reduce farm distress and restore ecosystems

Hundreds of women with painted earthen pots on their heads joined the march to a...

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India’s Looming Water Scarcity and the Need for Bringing Women to the Centre Stage 

As the summer months approach, a reality haunts most households across the length and...

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Why Clean Air is My Birth Right and Modernity is snatching it away

The right to clean air and water even tough not counted among the fundamental rights...

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Zero Budget Natural Farming is not a One-size Fits all Solution

By Vaishnavi Rathore Zero Budget Natural Farming is a fairly self-explanatory...

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