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Article on October 07, 2017

Direct Benefit Transfer in Fertilizer Is A Welcome Move, Yara Fertilizers India Pvt Ltd

Fertilizers are believed to be the backbone when it comes to the involvement of chemical industry in the agriculture activities of India. Post Neem coating of Urea, black marketing has been put to a halt and steps taken to make its reach to the farmers more efficient, but still remains a plenty to do in this segment. Yara International is a Norwegian fertiliser conglomerate, which had started its India operations in 2011. They are the one who is planning to take over Tata chemicals Babrala urea plant and its distribution on a debt and cash free basis for a staggering USD 400 million. BW Businessworld in an exclusive interview speaks with Sanjiv Kanwar, Sr. VP, Yara Fertilisers India Pvt Ltd, on a range of issues related to the industry.

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Can Alzheimer's Be Prevented?

A daily routine that can be sustained is much better than random exercises. Trampolining, yoga, walking and some aerobic work are best forms of exercise

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Mind Talks, Body Listens: A Tangible Connection Between The Two

If you or someone you know is going through a personality shift ever since their skin started getting worse, see a dermatologist immediately. Remember, a healthy skin is a happy mind

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Searching within oneself is, at one extreme, a pastime. At the other, it’s the ultimate goal. But never a lifelong process, which is what it really is

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A survey regarding GST will be conducted from October 9 to 13 in all districts of the state by the officers of the centre and state government. During survey, information will be gathered about GST related problems being faced by dealers and benefit to them

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India Is A Powerful Country, No Nation Can Destabilise It: Rajnath

The infrastructure development in these islands, he said, will give a fillip to tourism and would also generate employment

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