Prabhudatta Mishra

Prabhudatta Mishra
Special Correspondent
New Delhi
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  • May 28 2017, 2300

    India’s sugar production may see a marginal increase to about 22 million tonnes next season.
    It belies expectation of a bumper crop as farmers have not increased the areas

  • May 23 2017, 2328

    Armed with an agriculture growth of 4. 4 per cent and a record food grains production in 2016-17 after firefighting the impact of drought in the first two years

  • May 22 2017, 2353

    In a major U-turn on its promise made to the farmers, agriculture minister Radha Mohan Singh claimed on Monday that BJP had never made any promise about raising crop prices.

  • May 18 2017, 2357

    One of the biggest achievements of the Narendra Modi-led government is bringing down prices of major dals (pulses) such as tur, urad and moong. (The graph above tells you how Modi doused tur or arhar dal fire).

  • May 15 2017, 0055

    Prabhudatta Mishra
    New Delhi

    A US-based policy advocacy group has said that government needs to respect science and an independent agency can evaluate health and environment concerns. The statement comes even

  • May 12 2017, 0135

    A normal monsoon for the second successive year may result in another record production of foodgrains, bringing more money in the hands of farmers, who are considered the backbone of

  • May 10 2017, 0004

    Prime minister Narendra Modi has directed all ministries to prepare a three-year roadmap until March 2020. It significantly implies that he is looking beyond 2019 to implement reforms

  • May 08 2017, 0109

    The emergence of Patanjali as an FMCG trailblazer has coincided with a diminution of the customer base of many of its rivals among whom count big multinationals and desi giants.

  • May 04 2017, 0104

    The Centre is all set to achieve its wheat procurement target this year after buying more than three-fourths of the grain in the first month. The aggressive procurement is

  • May 04 2017, 0032

    Prices of nearly all agricultural commodities took a beating on the futures market on Wednesday. The bearish trend is likely to continue for some more time potentially putting