Saffron: How the world’s most expensive spice is disappearing

War, climate, and counterfeiting threaten the harvest Kashmiri saffron is the most fragrant spice in the world. 90% of the world’s saffron is produced in Iran, but the fibers of the Kashmiri are thicker and more aromatic, which significantly increases its value. Kashmiri saffron is very whimsical, but 35 years ago the harvest was so … Read more

Rural Women from Jharkhand Benefit Through Lemon Grass Cultivation

Rural Women from Jharkhand Benefit Through Lemon Grass Cultivation

Amrendra Suman | Dumka, Jharkhand: Rural women from nondescript villages in Jharkhand’s Dumka district are treading on a new, self-reliant path by growing lemongrass along with traditional crops like wheat, paddy, pulses and oilseed. As part of a project called Jharkhand Opportunities for Harnessing Rural Growth (JOHAR) implemented by the Jharkhand State Livelihood Promotion Society … Read more

10 States Highly Dependent on Agriculture

Ground Report | New Delhi: 10 states highly dependent on agriculture; Agricultural activities in India have been the main source of income. The Indian agriculture sector is growing very fast and contributes a lot to the economy. India’s grocery and food market is the world’s sixth-largest, accounting for 70% of total sales. India has a … Read more

What made Rakesh Tikait angry on India TV anchor?

What made Rakesh Tikait angry on India TV ancho

Ground Report | New Delhi: Rakesh Tikait on India TV; Just days before the assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh, farmers’ leader Rakesh Tikait was seen furious over images of temples and mosques at India TV’s ‘Chunav Manch’ election caucus in Lucknow. Speaking at the event, Tikait suddenly veered off-topic and asked the presenter: ‘aap kiska … Read more

Why Jat are important in the Uttar Pradesh election?

Why Jat are important in the Uttar Pradesh election

Ground Report | New Delhi: Jat Vote in Uttar Pradesh; In the UP elections 2022, suddenly the discussion of Jats has intensified. Jat vote bank constitutes about 17 per cent of the total votes in this area. In the last few elections, this community is voting heavily for BJP. Be it the 2014 and 2019 … Read more

Dileep Sanghani elected as the Chairman of IFFCO

Dileep Sanghani Chairman of IFFCO 1

Ground Report | New Delhi: Dileep Sanghani Chairman of IFFCO; World’s Number One and largest Cooperative Indian Farmers Fertiliser Cooperative (IFFCO) in its elections for Chairman today elected Dileep Sanghani as 17th Chairman of IFFCO. These elections were held due to the demise of incumbent Chairman Balvinder Singh Nakai earlier on 11th October 2021. The … Read more

PM Kisan Yojna: What is New Rule to check balance Status?

PM Kisan: Recently few changes made in Popular PM Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojna. One service included in this scheme has been discontinued by the government. It is sure to have a direct impact on more than 12 crore people. After the closure of this service, the beneficiaries will have difficulty in checking their status. However, … Read more

Modi is Arrogant, On death of farmers he said ‘Mere Liye Mare Kya’: Satyapal Malik

Modi is Arrogant, On death of farmers he said 'Mere Liye Mare Kya' Satyapal Malik

Ground Report | New Delhi: Modi is Arrogant; Meghalaya Governor Satya Pal Malik, who has criticized the central government for three controversial agricultural laws, has directly criticized Prime Minister Narendra Modi this time. Malik said at an event on Sunday that he was in “arrogance” when he met Prime Minister Narendra Modi over these laws. … Read more

Will the govt bring back the agriculture law?

Will the govt bring back the agriculture law

Ground Report | New Delhi: Govt bring back agriculture law; Controversy has arisen due to the statement of Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar. From what Tomar said at the inauguration of the Agriculture Industry Exhibition in Nagpur on Saturday, it seems that in the coming time, the Modi government can bring agriculture law again … Read more

Decreasing farm size, increasing hunger

hunger : Although the farmers have returned home after the Modi government withdrew three agriculture laws, seriously considering the very foundation of India’s economic policy, the crisis is so deep that providing food from agriculture to the country’s growing population is not a new challenge. It is a great tragedy that after independence the country … Read more