Editorial

Consenting to agitate?

Nobel laureate Daniel Kahneman has established that the confidence that one has in one’s beliefs is no measure of their...

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We are Fed Up

The recent protests in Berlin against industrialized farming and the planned free trade agreement between the European Union (EU) and...

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Unfolding Nightmare for Hapless Farmers

“Not by depending on financial allocations alone but by blood and by sweat we shall achieve…” — Prime Minister Pandit...

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Whither ‘Achhe Din’ for the Farmer?

Oct 01, 2014 – It has been four momentous years of 24 issues of Farmers’ Forum. It has tried to...

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Time to Plough a New Path

Aug 1, 2014 – At the turn of the 14th century, Alauddin Khilji faced a difficulty. Limited revenues had obviated...

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Navigating “Good Times” for Farmers

Jun 1, 2014 “There is a disassociation between the government and the governed.” Raghuram Rajan commands from the 18th floor...

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Farmers’ plea ‘lend me your ears’

Apr 1, 2014 – The weather has lived up to its reputation of unpredictability. Winters have extended much beyond the...

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Building a CLIMATE for change

Feb 1, 2014 – For an Indian farmer cocooned in his world of traditional cultivation, it is difficult to consider...

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The ‘BEST’ is Rarely ‘POPULAR’ – Of popular politics and poor policies

Dec 1, 2013 – The hullabaloo over the deemed success of the Bali meet of the World Trade Organization (WTO)...

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