Search Results for "international food policy research institute"
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September 11, 2018, Tuesday | Economy & Policy
Why new price support scheme for pulses and oilseeds this kharif season will only add to the state's inadequate procurement and storage mechanisms
June 29, 2018, Friday | Economy & Policy
Modi assures cane farmers dues will be cleared
April 14, 2018, Saturday | Economy & Policy
High MSPs could raise food prices, fear experts; some analysts say there will be marginal, crop-intensive impact
December 23, 2017, Saturday | Opinion
Indian agriculture can be revived by focusing on key priorities and combining all ongoing programmes under one umbrella. This will also serve to accelerate overall economic growth
December 18, 2017, Monday | Current Affairs
Madhya Pradesh has 6.6% of the country's child population under the age of five years, children who will makeup 158.7 million of India's demographic dividend
November 03, 2017, Friday | Beyond Business
With India ranking at 100 in the Global Hunger Index, naming anything as brand food is a perversity
October 15, 2017, Sunday | Opinion
India continues to lag in eradicating malnutrition
August 24, 2016, Wednesday | Opinion
Government interference in the marketplace to determine the cost of doing business will be counterproductive in the long run
June 01, 2015, Monday | Economy & Policy
Paddy prices in Uttar Pradesh have fallen 5-10 per cent over the past year
October 14, 2012, Sunday | Economy & Policy
India’s spend on agriculture research and development (R&D), though among the best in South Asia, is still much below those of competitors such as Brazil and China, according to a report by the International Food Policy Research Institute ...
July 08, 2012, Sunday | Economy & Policy
The idea of ushering in balanced use of vital plant nutrients through the nutrient-based fertiliser subsidy regime (NBS) has come to a near halt due to the inordinate delay in deregulation of urea.
July 02, 2012, Monday | Economy & Policy
It is an extraordinary paradox created by a rigid regime of subsidies for grain farmers
July 01, 2011, Friday | Economy & Policy
Farmers with small holdings (ie, less than 2 hectares) are losing out on accessing agricultural support services such as extension, credit and trading, compared to medium and large farmers. Also, the quality of services as were available ...
March 21, 2011, Monday | Opinion
The editorial “NAC vs government” lacks substance. Why do you hesitate to speak the truth when it is in the national interest? Take, for instance, speaking in favour of Ashok Gulati whom the editorial has called “a distinguished ...
March 16, 2011, Wednesday | Economy & Policy
The Commission for Agricultural Costs and Prices (CACP), the government’s chief advisory body on price policy for farm produce, is considering recommending cash compensation to those unable to take advantage of the state’s crop support ...
January 21, 2011, Friday | Opinion
'Somebody has to take commission agents head-on'
November 15, 2010, Monday | Opinion
Win-win strategies for global food security
December 28, 2009, Monday | Opinion
The current food inflation is a result of food output growth not keeping pace with population growth.
March 20, 2009, Friday | Opinion
Ifpri's solution to the food price rise is an intelligent variant of what India has practised