Drought wilts cattle welfare initiative
In the barren lands owned by a temple in Kangayam in Tirupur, farmers herd wearied milch cows in severe heat.
This is how much MPs care for our farmers
Only 61 members (24 from opposition parties and 37 from the ruling alliance) were present in the Ho...
India's world-beating growth not enough to end deep jobs drought
It may sound absurd, but the fact is that the world's fastest growing econom...
Local officials inflate Karnataka flood relief payouts
A top revenue official, not wanting to be identified, told ET that several tahsildars and village accountants in some districts of north Karnataka, particularly Haveri, had misused their power to approve beneficiaries for flood-relief compensation.
Sugarcane acreage may fall 40% in M’rashtra next season
Currently, farmers are struggling to save the cane from wilting for want of water.
Governments sit on 24 lakh vacancies amid debate over job drought
The bulk of these vacancies are in the domain of the states and Union territory administrations.
A 900-year drought ended Indus civilisation, says IIT-Kharagpur study
It is accepted by archaeologists and historians that the Indus Valley civilisation was not only limited to the banks of the Indus but had footprints along the Ravi, Chenub, Beas and Sutlej too.
Late monsoon surge to shower relief on states at drought risk
Met officials expect rain activity in the coming days to make some dent in the large deficits in UP, MP and, to a lesser extent, Haryana.
Outlook 2019: Long queue in IPO mart, but issue drought unlikely to end quickly
Market watchers say the dry spell in IPOs may continue for a few more months.
Ahead of peak summer, 153 districts severely dry: Met
While every year many parts of the country face water shortages during summers, what has worsened the situation this year is the very poor winter rainfall.
Chhattisgarh elections: Congress ends 15-year drought with 68 seats, BJP gets 15
Congress insiders also said they were not anticipating this kind of one-sided verdict against BJP, though they had an inkling they would outperform the latter.
Soccer-Liverpool's Klopp eager to end silverware drought
SOCCER-ENGLAND-LIV-EVE/KLOPP:Soccer-Liverpool's Klopp eager to end silverware drought
Despite international pressure, we were firm on Art 370, CAA: PM Modi
PM Modi said despite international pressure, the government remained firm on crucial decisions like the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and Article 370 and will continue to do so, thereby clearing the air on the government’s possible rethink of these decisions.