ICN World : The Planting Of Green Revolution On Rouheli Soil

LUCKNOW: December 27, 2020, The power of self-reliance was recognized by India in the Corona Transition period but the ICN Media Group was already realizing its magic on a global scale.  To deliver this magic of self-reliance to world, the  wonderful, self proven and the most sensitive people, through the platform of ICN under its  ‘Rural Entrepreneurship Mission in Dr. Norman Borlaug genre, have been spreading the message of self-reliance and prosperity. Its first lamp lit internationally in Thailand, the second in Vietnam and the third in Germany. In the…

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EVEN MSP ON FOODGRAINS IS NO GUARANTEE OF FARMERS GETTING THE PRICE

By: Vijay Kumar Verma, Group Editor-ICN World SHIMLA: The Kisan Dharna continues with farmers having refused all the amendments proposed by them and accepted by the union government. They are apprehensive of not getting MSP on their produce after enactment of the three Agriculture Bills. The opposition parties mainly the congress has been fuelling the agitation on various aspects of APMC and MSP. Not long ago, in September 2020, the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) chaired by the Prime Minister had approved the increase in the Minimum Support Prices (MSPs)…

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IS THE GOVERNMENT GETTING PUSHED AGAINST THE WALL BY THE COUNTRY’S LARGEST VOTE BANK?

By: Vijay Kumar Verma, Group Editor-ICN World SHIMLA: The response of Kisan unions to the amendments proposed to the three Agriculture Bills by the union government has been on the expected lines. It clearly indicates that If not in physical presence, the mindset of opposition parties appears to have creeped into the decisions of Kisan Unions or they were perhaps toeing the lines of opposition parties who too had made a similar representation to the President of India. Nothing short of withdrawal of the three “Black” Agriculture Bills is what the…

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BLACKENING OF AGRICULTURAL BILLS

By: Vijay Kumar Verma, Group Editor-ICN World SHIMLA: Thousands of farmers from various north Indian states are out to seize the national capital Delhi in order to pressurize the central government withdraw the three agricultural bills enacted earlier this year. Behind the government’s intentions to help the farmers come out of the shackles of commission agents turned money lenders by giving them freedom to sell their produce at better rates anywhere in the country, the misguided lot sees hidden agenda of the government to benefit large business houses take control over…

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ICN World : Seeds Of Green Revolution In Bundelkhand Soil

BANDA, 29.11.2020.History of the land of Bundelkhand, which has grown the martyr’s crop in the shape of Alha Udal and Rani Laxmi Bai and many more from time to time, had never experienced the reproductive pleasure of greenery like that of its neighboring provinces. India enjoyed only infinite grace on its face to suppress the enemy and the fierce and power in its huge arms that terrorize the enemy but it never looked at its weakened stomach out of continuous hunger and starvation. Neither the central Government ever placed it…

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ICN World Organized A Webshop/Webinar On International Rural Entrepreneurship In Wiesbaden, Germany

ICN successfully launched this campaign from the Indian soil, firstly and thereafter, through its global experts and partners in Thailand and later Vietnam through Webinars and Webshops and continuing with the same series, on September 18, 2020, it organized its third International program in Wiesbaden, Germany also. WIESBADEN, GERMANY: The Earth is ‘green’ that’s why there is life on it. That is why you and we are here. That is why there are dreams, possibilities, and hunger on the earth. Probably the equation of ‘Life’, ‘livelihood’ and ‘possibility’, is the most…

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Ethanol: An Antidote For Sugarcane Farmers

By: Hardik Murarka, Executive Editor-ICN Group India is the second largest producer of sugarcane after Brazil and more than 50 million people are associated directly or indirectly from sugarcane industry for their livelihood. But due to glut in sugar market, the mills are not in best of financial position thus there is an inability to pay the mandatory fair and remunerative price (FRP) for sugarcane to the farmers. The reason for cash strapped mils is excessive production of sugar. It has become a national problem. In 2017-18 and 2018-19, annual sugar…

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Importance Of Indigenous Traditional Crops For Nutritional Security

By: Dr. Shweta, Deptt. of Genetics & Plant Breeding C.S. Azad Univ. of Agril. & Tech. Kanpur & Sr. Associate Editor-ICN KANPUR: India is considered as homeland for many indigenous and traditional crops associated with culture and traditions of people living a particular region. There are many food crops which are important for food and nutritional security but traditional crops which are embedded in our cultural and rituals adapted to local environment and are also socially acceptable. Traditional food crops which are associated with different native communities of the country basically include crops which…

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Biotechnological Advances In Agriculture

By: Prof. R K Yadav, Dean, College of Agriculture, Lakhimpur Kheri Campus C.S. Azad Univ. of Agril. & Tech. Kanpur & Executive Editor-ICN Group KANPUR: Agriculture production in India has increased considerably during the last five decades largely due to the development and large scale cultivation of high-yielding dwarf varieties of rice and wheat, and greater applications of water and nutrients. This increase in food production has made India self-sufficient and contributed tremendously to food security. However, the population expected to reach 1.8 billion in 2050 will impose great demand for increased food production.…

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