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Community governance for groundwater management

Women SHGs in Odisha champion push for millets

Back to farming roots: Odisha reinforced linkages among traditional grains, nutrition, resilience, food sovereignty

Odisha: Students Wield Mobile Cameras, Pens to save Village History from Extinction

How Odisha brings millets back on farms, menus

Official calls for proper classification, certification of desi poultry for inclusion in rural livestock mission

It’s millets all the way for these women in Odisha

Odisha develops protocol for releasing indigenous millet seeds

Hyderabad: Clamour grows to protect endangered indigenous breeds

Telangana ahead in adding millets to daily diet for target groups

Food security: Climate change is affecting the seeds that India depends on

Restore by use: Regenerative agriculture can help save water; here is how

Millets should be mainstreamed for better nutritional outcomes in children

CSE’s organic experiment: Why we should make organic inputs accessible to farmers

Solar lift irrigation comes to the farmers’ rescue

Antimicrobial resistance: These tribal Andhra districts effectively use ethnoveterinary medicine for poultry care

Reviving the Indigenous Multi-Cropping Systems of India

Biodiversity conservation should become a people’s movement: ASCI chief

Fish on The Menu: A tale of reverse migration, malnutrition and tribals of Odisha

In Malkangiri’s tribal villages, every drop saved today is an investment for tomorrow

Desi chicken empowers Odisha’s tribal women

Millet might: Here is how Odisha can succeed in reviving these cereals lost to the Green Revolution

Rural Malkangiri rears livestock while the sun shines

New Jaltol Partnership to Shed Light on Jharkhand’s Water Availability

Telangana Government encourages SHGs to venture into country chicken farming in Asifabad

Climate resilient millets boost livelihood opportunities for Odisha’s tribal women

Millets vs Malnutrition: Reviving The Super Crop Via Nutrient-Rich Meals at Odisha’s Anganwadis

Andhra Pradesh farmers adopt Guli ragi for enhanced production

Millets vs Malnutrition: Reviving The Super Crop Via Nutrient-Rich Meals at Odisha’s Anganwadis

Ground report from Gurrampanuku: This Andhra village ditched chemical fertilisers for cow urine

Bullish turn: The return of the bullock to India’s farms

From an informal group to a successful business for rainfed farmers – The case of Janajeeevana MACS

From a debt-ridden tomato farmer to a profit-making cowpea cultivator, Bharathamma Poreddy is an inspiration to many

Komaram Bheem Asifabad reviving millet culture to fight malnutrition

Odisha, the first Indian state to include millets, pulses, vegetables in mid day meals and ration scheme

Solar energy being tapped to water fallow land in Agency

How A Tribal Community In Odisha Is Battling Climate Change With Traditional Farming

Conservation now assured for Thurpu cattle of Amrabad

Ragi farmers strike it rich, thanks to ‘Guli’ cultivation practice

Move to sell groundnut seeds through Rythu Bharosa Kendras

Desilting of wells gives fresh lease of life for vegetable farming in Mutcherla

In water-stressed Andhra, farmers sign pact to share ground water

Forget RO. Hyderabad Man Shares How to Make Your Own Earthen Pot Water Filter

Fish tank culture in Agency gets a boost as pilot project tastes success

‘Seed bags’ to promote indigenous varieties in Agency

Return of Migrants to Villages Can be Turned into an Opportunity to Revive Rural Economy

Telangana to get its own bull a la Ongole

Droughts May Be a Thing of the past for 1.65 Lakh Farmer Families in Andhra Pradesh

Budget 2012: Injecting growth into agriculture

100 mn hectares going to waste, govt to bring land & water schemes together to fix problem

IAS officer T Vijay Kumar is champion for any cause

New millet farming enthuses tribal ryots

Farmers producing quality seed for groundnut crop

The woman who works to bring prosperity to the villages

Millets farmers need more post-harvest technologies

What COVID-19 means for watershed management in India

South Asian farmers are back in the fields despite high costs, labour shortage and a pandemic

Telangana’s first indigenous cattle breed ‘Poda Thurpu’ registered at NBAGR

Telangana to recognise its first native cattle ‘Thurupu’

Andhra farmers taste success with Zero Budget Natural Farming

Tasty Meat, Children’s choice for Festivals

Desi Poultry to the rescue of tribal families

Groundwater as Commons demonstrated in Mahabubnagar, Telangana

Pooling borewells and opportunities

Indian farmers pool groundwater to protect against drought

Villages in Andhra Pradesh Innovate to Fight Drought and Climate Change

India: An Innovative Way of Sharing Diminishing Groundwater

In water-stressed Andhra, farmers sign pact to share ground water

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