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    Farmers in Bhutan Turn to Asparagus and Strawberries to Boost Incomes

    Hand-in-Hand Initiative is an evidence-based, country-owned and led initiative to accelerate agricultural transformation, with the goal of eradicating poverty, ending hunger and malnutrition, and...

    Nutrition Smart Agriculture: Decoding the Myth

    Orphan crops – like sorghum, jowar, barley, ragi and sweet potato, cowpea, cassava and moong bean to name a few, are back with a...

    Nepal Government, UN Agency Seek Investors for Latest Cash Crop to Boom in Country’s East

    Cardamom, mountain potato, ginger and timur have been assessed using the government’s Climate-Smart Agriculture Investment Plan, which FAO says identifies climate-smart farming practices and...

    PM Modi on India’s Dairy Sector : From Cooperatives to Pashu Aadhaar

    Stressing the use of modern technology, the Prime Minister said that India is building the largest database of dairy animals and every animal associated...

    Rice Dwarfing Virus Threatens Indian Yields

    Southern Rice Black-Streaked Dwarf Virus, which was first discovered in China, has been detected in North India’s main rice-producing states and officials fear that...

    Global Food Prices Drop for Fifth Month on the Trot

    World food prices have fallen for a fifth consecutive month but are still nearly eight per cent higher than a year ago. The UN’s food...

    Bangladesh Plans for Food Security; Set to Import Rice from India, Vietnam; Wheat from Russia

    Officials say that the exports are to replenish reserves and cool domestic prices. The country anticipates a fall in the production of rice following...

    Bangladesh Tea Workers Get a Pittance After 18-Day Strike

    The tea workers had thrust the ball in the court of prime minister Sheikh Hasina – but the settlement comes for a pittance. The...
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