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India is a predominantly agrarian economy. Irrigation plays a major role in increasing the agricultural output of the country. The crucial role of minor irrigation has also been recognized by various Committees. Sustained growth in minor irrigation p
This report outlines the agricultural policy in the 12th Five Year Plan. It particularly focuses on the concerns of female agricultural farmers who are unable to benefit from the emerging opportunities in the farming sector.
Chetna Organic and Fair Trade Cotton Intervention Programme assists farmers in growing organic and fair trade cotton. It systemises the agricultural supply chain to create a niche market for outputs.
The report examines initiatives taken to promote convergence of the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme with other government schemes and programmes to enable better planning and effective investment in rural areas.
This paper highlights the key areas of the Union Budget that target poverty reduction and inclusive growth. Expenditure on women, food, rural development and minorities are analysed to conclude that progress has been made with room for improvement.
This paper highlights the benefits of urban wastewater recycling to farmers, cities and natural environmental systems – to help address global problems of food, clean water, safe disposal of wastes and protection of vital aquatic ecosystems.
The report is 2nd deliverable of the assignment & present analysis of the assessment of the Minor Irrigation Census Operations and solution options. The assessment brought out many areas of Process Re–engineering and recommendations on the subj
This is a study of MGNREGA implementation in Chitradurga District of Karnataka that analyses the environmental implications of activities implemented under the programme. This has reduced vulnerability of agriculture production and water scarcity.
Global Hunger Index 2011 explores the impact of food price rise and volatility on hunger. It indicates increasing use of food crops for biofuels, climate change and volume of trading in commodity futures market as reasons for food price rises.
The Planning Commission has stated that a target of 9 percent economic growth rate and 4 percent agriculture growth rate is set for the 12th five year plan. The Commission asserts that India will be the third largest economy in next 20 years.

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