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5 ways to improve agricultural yields

Don’t Sell Your Agricultural Land!

We live in an agricultural country, which is the world’s largest producer of milk, jute, cash crops and the second largest of rice, wheat, sugarcane, groundnut, vegetables, fruit and cotton. India clearly produces the best yield, the level of soil nutrients and fertility is reducing, which is affecting crop growth and crop yield negatively in the country. Considering that the ... Read More »

Rupesh Sawarkar Celebrates Raksha Bandhan with Specially Abled

  BJP Yuva Morcha Leader Rupesh Sawarkar, State Executive Member of Maharashtra BJYM made the best of his day by celebrating Raksha Bandhan with The Muncherjee Nowrojee Banajee Industrial Home for the Blind in Jogeshwari and the Atmasadhana Orphanage in Veera Desai, Andheri Mumbai. The Yuva Morcha leader Rupesh spent a day with the specially-abled youth of Maharashtra at their residence in ... Read More »

Rising Matrimonial Frauds – How To Avoid The Risks?

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Matrimonial sites have been a boon for folks looking to find the right partner and get married. There are innumerable success stories that these platforms have created over the years. However, if there’s light, there’s bound to be darkness too. In that sense, matrimonial sites have also been attracting fraudsters and cheaters. These criminals frequent such sites, primarily to loot ... Read More »

By opting for drip irrigation, cotton farmers can save water and reap profits

 Attributed to C K Patel, AGM – Agronomy & Marketing, Netafim India Hyderabad, July 28, 2021: If we look at the big picture, there is reason to feel proud as India continues to be the largest producer of cotton in the world, with China, the US, Brazil and Pakistan snapping at our heels. The country has brought about a qualitative and ... Read More »

*MUA Karishma Adenwala stuns netizens with her aesthetic work*

Makeup has become one of the essentials today. Several new form of this art is emerging day by day and artists are adding their usp elements to the trends. One such aesthetic artist is Karishma Adenwala who never fails to stun the netizens with her beautiful work. She is a visionary and keeps her work stuble, strong and serene. Karishma ... Read More »

Top 7 ways to increase crop yield

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None could disagree to the fact that farmers are the true sons of soil as they render the most essential service to our nation – putting food on our tables. And for any farmer; the annual crop yield is the most crucial aspect to life and livelihood. The overall crop yield is a firm indicator of the land’s profitability and ... Read More »

Farming the future: Private players like Adani Group, 24 Mantra Organic, among others empowering farmers

Post the introduction of new farm laws, several Indian states witnessed a surge in organic farming activities with the involvement of youth. Additionally, with government’s latest move of certifying the regions for boosting organic produce, startups and several private players like Adani Group, Baramati Agro Ltd and Organic Tattva are training and educating farmer to generate more profits and enhance ... Read More »

Was Columbus Familiar With Malayalam?

Ilarius Augustus, a researcher trained as a clergyman, has spent several years reading the old Latin texts from Genoa and Piacenza. He has just published a book on Amazon in German titled: Christoph Kolumbus – Tief in Latein vergraben der indische Ursprung des großen Entdeckers aus Genua (Christopher Columbus – Buried deep in Latin the Indian origin of the great ... Read More »

Holi in times of second wave of the covid-19 virus – Why you should avoid gatherings during the festival and preventive measures which you can take

Dr. Brunda M S, Consultant, Internal Medicine, Aster CMI Hospital Holi, the much-awaited festival of colours is just around the corner. However, this year, as we are already witnessing the second wave of Covid-19 and once again in the month of March the corona cases are increasing at a faster pace, hence, people are strongly recommended to avoid participating in ... Read More »

Is the Hydroponic System a Viable Alternative for the Indian Farming Community?

Even though agriculture has been the source of nutrition since time immemorial, in the past few decades its reputation has been riddled with accusations of depleting natural resources. As the world gears up to house about 9.8 billion people by 2050, it stares at increasing food production by at least 70 per cent.[1] Globally, owing to unsustainable irrigation practices, 70 per ... Read More »

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