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Land under horticulture increases 400 % since 1975 in J&K

Srinagar, Oct 20: Farmers in Jammu and Kashmir have been switching from traditional paddy farming as the Union Territory has witnessed over 400 percent increase...

Shrinking saffron fields, low produce worry growers

Jahangeer Ganaie Srinagar, Oct 06 (KNO): Pampore which is known as saffron town is witnessing an uptick in constructions in saffron fields causing decline in saffron production as well...

LG J&K Congratulates IFFCO For Developing The World’s First Liquid Nano Urea

SRINAGAR, Sep 09: Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha today inaugurated a Farmers awareness conference on the use of ‘Nano Urea', here at SKICC. The conference was organized...

57,000 cattle died of Lumpy Skin Disease; Centre asks States to boost vaccination

NEW DELHI, Sept 8: The Centre on Thursday said that about 57,000 cattle have died so far due to lumpy skin disease across various parts...

Kashmir sees decline in native fish species

Ishtiyaq Ahmad Srinagar Sep 08 (KINS): The indigenous fish breed has been waning in Kashmir with experts saying lack of research and growing pollution are the main reasons...
Guests and visitors on one of the stalls at Agri-Tech Expo 2022 at Leh

 SKUAST-K Ladakh organises Ladakh 1st Agri-Tech Expo 2022

Leh, Sept 07: Ladakh's first Agri Tech Expo 2022 organised by SKUAST-K, Ladakh under DST-STI Hub in collaboration with Krishi Vigyan Kendras of Ladakh...

J&K infuses Rs 367 Cr capital to its 3 Central Cooperative Banks

Srinagar, August 28: To realize the Prime Minister’s vision of ‘Sahkar se Samriddhi’, Cooperatives in J&K focus on agri-marketing, food processing, branding, supply of seeds...
Prof JP Sharma, VC JKUAST Jammu

SKUAST-Jammu prepares for upcoming Regional Conference on Specialty Agriculture

Jammu Tawi, August 27: Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology of Jammu will hold a two-day Regional Conference on Specialty Agriculture in the...
Indus Water Treaty

Indian delegation arrives in Pakistan to discuss Water Treaty

New Delhi, March 01:  A 10-member Indian delegation has reached Pakistan for the annual meeting of the Permanent Commission on Indus Waters (PCIW) and...
Worrying Unemployment @75

Politics prevailed over Farmers’ plight

The Prime Minister’s decision of taking back all the three Farm laws is the most unfortunate development India ever has in recent times so...