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Tomatoes, onions, and potatoes (collectively known as TOP vegetables) are the three highest cultivated, produced, and consumed vegetables in India. Despite the relatively advanced state of procurement....

While the COVID-19 pandemic has taken a heavy toll on the world economy and public health, what has caught the attention of epidemiologists and researchers is the vast variation in the incidence of....

Foreign direct investment (FDI) is an important driver of economic growth as evident from the empirical studies conducted across the world. The magnitude of the impact of FDI on growth may differ....

The agrarian crisis of Maharashtra predominantly comes out in the form of its nationally largest, yet scanty and inefficient irrigation sector, and development backlog faced by about two-thirds (62.10....

Information technology (IT) has proven to be a valuable and powerful tool for fostering development, growth, innovation, and competitiveness. In an increasingly global environment where time and....

West Bengal hosted another blood-soaked panchayat election on 8 July 2023, in which nearly 50 people died of violence. No other state in the country has recorded such excessive violence around....

India’s agricultural sector has become integrated with the world market, with a significant increase in the volume of trade over time. This has been achieved through a progressive removal of trade....

On 10 September 2013, in order to provide food and nutritional security, the Government of India passed the National Food Security Act (NFSA), 2013. The act aimed at providing food security to two....

Foreign direct investment (FDI) and trade are frequently considered the foremost drivers of economic growth in developing countries. It is the key means of transferring technology from industrialised....

In the post–independence Indian society, tribal communities remained the most disadvantaged group, leading to the enactment of constitutional provisions to safeguard their interests. There are over....

Stabilising food inflation is a major policy challenge in India. Apart from demand- and supply-side factors and the factors related to government policies behind high and sticky food inflation in....

Farmer profitability, cost of food production, and associated issues of nutri-cereals are analysed by leveraging a large database spanning a 35-year period. The skewed food policies being followed in....

Spatial and regional disparities in economic activities, income, employment, and social indicators are rising in many low- and middle-income countries (Kanbur and Venables 2007). Such differences have....

An outline of key aspects of crisis and change in the world and in the United States is provided by looking at three ways in which we might think about the nature of the world crisis and the crisis of....