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Airlines Hope For A Delayed Take Off

Keeping up with the new format is giving the sector sleepless nights

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Agriculture: A Scythe With A Shine

Jain Irrigation Systems offers farmers cutting edge solutions for higher farm yields

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A Famine Of Ideas For Farmers

There simply are no easy solutions to the crisis in Indian agriculture, a product of decades of neglect and poor policies

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Agriculture, In Hindsight

There was no earthly reason to announce imports of pulses just before the Rabi sowing season. That only added on to a farmer’s feeling that he is neglected

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Sugar Production To Increase By 16-20% In 2018: ICRA

As per an ICRA note, while North Karnataka is likely to benefit from the monsoons, the mills in South Karnataka and Tamil Nadu may remain impacted by past trends of poor rainfall affecting sowing in past seasons.

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Where Did We Let Them Down?

As farmer protests spread like wild fire across India, BW Businessworld investigates whether the rabble-rousing was justified

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SpiceJet's Ajay Singh Meets US Vice President Pence

SpiceJet says it has been one of the most efficient airlines operating in the fastest growing aviation market in the world

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'US To Provide Indian Army Resources, Technology For Security'

US Vice President said the US and India can deepen their ties in many industries and areas and asked India to enact the necessary economic reforms to ensure that the bilateral trade relationship is both "fair and reciprocal".

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UK To Maintain Duty-Free Access For Developing Countries After Brexit

The government said around 48 countries would continue to benefit from tariff-free exports on all goods other than arms and ammunition to the UK and that once it had left the EU in 2019 it would explore options to expand trade relations further.

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Air India Privatisation Welcome But Clear Salary Dues First: Pilots

Facing tough financial conditions, Air India had resorted to salary cuts in 2012. Since then, arrears have been accumulating even as certain section of employees accepted revised pay scales.

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Maharashtra Unveils Rs 34000 Crore Loan Waiver, 89 Lakh Farmers To Benefit

This Rs 34,020 crore loan waiver scheme -- 'Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Krushi Sanman Yojana' -- will benefit total 89 lakh farmers in the state, out of which 40 lakh cultivators will become debt-free.

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Centre Approves Rs 109.29 Crore Plan Under Horticulture Mission

Major focus under the mission in 2017-18 would be on protected cultivation, hybrid tomato production, water creation resources, establishment of new gardens, etc.

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Govt Clears Proposal For Setting Up Airport In Jewar

The government has cleared a proposal for setting up a greenfield airport in Jewar in Greater Noida, which is likely to be operational in the next five to six years

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