In June 2020, when India decided decided Hindustan Times Modi government doubles down on farm liberalisation Read more to liberalise trade in produce, it was hailed as a game-changer for agriculture. Farmers would no longer be constrained by the monopoly of regulated agricultural markets. They could now sell to anyone within the country, and long-locked doors would be thrown open for private investment private investment The Ken WayCool, DeHaat’s direct line to farmers as agri Licence Raj ends Read more .

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Seetharaman G

Starting out as a business journalist in 2008, Seetharaman has written about energy, climate change, retail, banking, and technology. He has worked with Business Today, a fortnightly, and the Sunday edition of The Economic Times.

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