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Interior peninsula may get below-normal rain till August
Fri, Jul 24 2015. 01 25 AM

Interior peninsula may get below-normal rain till August

The eastern and north-eastern parts of India will receive near-normal rainfall
Govt extends subsidy offered on interest rates to farmers
Thu, Jul 23 2015. 12 00 AM

Govt extends subsidy offered on interest rates to farmers

Cabinet increases budget allocation for interest subvention scheme by more than Rs5,000 crore
Sugar exports from India surge as mills rush to pay growers
Wed, Jul 22 2015. 09 28 AM

Sugar exports from India surge as mills rush to pay growers

Inventories in India are poised to jump to a seven-year high after production outpaced demand for a fifth year and a slump in global prices slowed exports
Devendra Fadnavis rejects demand for loan waiver
Tue, Jul 21 2015. 12 37 AM

Devendra Fadnavis rejects demand for loan waiver

Fadnavis says his govt will invest Rs. 5,000 crore every year over next four years in agriculture to provide irrigation, power connections and food processing facilities
Rainfall to strengthen by 30 July: IMD
Mon, Jul 20 2015. 10 07 AM

Rainfall to strengthen by 30 July: IMD

Monsoon rainfall in the first two weeks of July was 32% below average after abundant showers in June
Alarming rise in farmer suicides in Karnataka
Sat, Jul 18 2015. 01 24 AM

Alarming rise in farmer suicides in Karnataka

More farmers have killed themselves in the last four months than in each of the last two full years in Karnataka, government data shows
Kharif sowing completed in over half the normal area
Sat, Jul 18 2015. 01 14 AM

Kharif sowing completed in over half the normal area

Compared with last year, the sowing of crops is 60% higher, with greater planting of pulses, coarse cereals, oilseeds and cotton
Monsoon rain 6% below normal so far: IMD
Fri, Jul 17 2015. 11 02 AM

Monsoon rain 6% below normal so far: IMD

Monsoon will revive in the last week of July and beginning of August, says a senior IMD official
Coffee exports from India seen climbing as record harvest looms
Fri, Jul 17 2015. 08 50 AM

Coffee exports from India seen climbing as record harvest looms

Exports will rise as much as 10% in the year through March 2016 from 286,516 metric tonnes last year, said Ramesh Rajah
Monsoon blues
Fri, Jul 17 2015. 01 01 AM

Monsoon blues

Indian farmers—and policymakers—fret as the monsoon runs dry after bringing three weeks of bountiful rain in June. A second successive year of deficient rain could have a cascading effect across the Indian economy and stifle a nascent economic recovery
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