Rural Transformation and Sustained Growth of Agriculture

Rural India suffers from poor infrastructure and inadequate amenities. Low agricultural growth perpetuates food and nutritional insecurities, which also reduces rural incomes. How can we encourage and support our villages in improving their living and livelihood conditions in innovative ways?

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What is the way forward on the nutrient-based subsidy regime?

Postby chanana.ak@nic.in » Fri Feb 04, 2011 10:31 am

What is the way forward on the nutrient-based subsidy regime?
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Re: What is the way forward on the nutrient-based subsidy regime?

Postby wjgtf87t42b@gmail.com » Tue Feb 08, 2011 8:20 am

India must be willing to dream big and most importantly be open to ideas based on how other successful nations have done.
The pdfs from the following link shows tiny Abu Dhabi's economic vision for 2030.
Perhaps we can copy some ideas from them.


http://dpeportal.adeconomy.ae/portal/pa ... ema=PORTAL
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Re: What is the way forward on the nutrient-based subsidy regime?

Postby vipuljaglan@gmail.com » Mon Jan 16, 2012 10:31 am

The best way to provide nutrient to the mass of population is through Fortification of food .The best way to provide the micro nutrients as most of the population is lacking micro nutrients in diet. success of the concept of fortificaTION CAN BE SEEN FROM IODIzed salt.
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