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From Self Sufficiency to Surplus: Role of Banks Ghulam Ghouse FROM a defensive strategy for Increasing agricultural production we have moved away to something which is more positive and more...
Area and Yield Variability in Parabhani District D K Sohoni IRRIGATION facilities arc very meagre in Parabhani district of Maharashtra. The area under irrigation forms only 1.4 per cent of the net...
Hybrid Maize in Karimnagar P V Krishna THE object of this inquiry is to find out the reason for variation in the degree of adoption of an improved practice between different villages within a more...
April 5, 1969 State Seats Expected Contested to Win Uttar Pradesh 70 30 Bihar 45 15 Punjab 5 2 or 3 West Bengal 4 2 Republican party predicted that Congress could not capture more than 198 seats in...
that taxation should be carried to that limit where not even a penny remains with the tax payers. In other words, it connotes the total national dividend because this is the limit of what can be...
Consumer Preference in Wheat HIGH-YIELDING Mexican dwarf varieties of wheat, popularly known as Sonora and Lerma Rojo are being produced because of their higher net return as compared with local...
tical nationality, a race, a sex, or a religion. They are not even property which can be "owned" exclusively by anyone. They are universal inheritances. Anybody can learn any language if he has the...
Is the New Strategy a Success ? C V H Rao HOW far has the new strategy for increasing agricultural production sue- ceeded? The strategy comprises systematic encouragement of the use of high-yielding...
SHORTLY after its inception in 1952! it was realised that active public participation was necessary for the success of the community project movement, later recast into national extension and...
Slow Progress of Procurement in Andhra C V H Rao THE food policy for 1967-68 provides for a total procurement of 8 million tonnes. Of this, the Andhra Government has accepted responsibility for I...
Growing Industrial Crops under Contract A D Karve THE bulk of our agricultural goods is produced in a haphazard manner, which results in chaotic conditions in the market. Cotton, for instance,...
A Word of Warning on Hybrids B V Nimbkar THE much talked about high-yielding varieties programme is now a reality. With the advent of the hybrids of jowar, bajra and maize and the new high-yielding...

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