What do the recent changes in agricultural laws mean for farmers? Will these changes unshackle the agricultural sector or do the problems lie elsewhere? We discuss these questions and more with Gunwant Patil, leader of the Shetkari Sangathana Movement and a farmer himself. आजकल चल रहे कृषि आंदोलन के क्या कारण है? क्या यह कानून …
After seven decades of analysis, we know what ails Indian agriculture. That does not mean anything will change.
Indian agriculture may be in bad shape today — but there is hope. Here is what we must do.
There are many reforms that can help Indian agriculture. But first, we need to change our mindset.
Ambedkar was right. The only way to save our farmers is to allow jobs for them to be created elsewhere.
One problem with Indian agriculture is that farmers are not in charge of their own destiny. How can we change this?
Indian agriculture suffers from an absence of free markets, both in terms of inputs and produce.
Women are the backbone of Indian agriculture. Yet, they are ignored in public policy.
Before we solve the crisis in Indian agriculture, we need clarity on what we are aiming for.
In which we kick off yet another Brainstorm discussion.