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Rounak Kumar Gunjan

Staff Writer, The Ken • India Edition

Starting out as a business journalist in 2016, Rounak has written about energy, politics, social justice and financial services. He has worked with BQ Prime, CNN-News18, Outlook Money and NewsCorp VCCircle.

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A US$265M company’s guide to defaulting on loans and evading insolvency

Hi Abhidnya, thank you reading the article. We've written that farmers haven't received payments in full since 2020. Timing of payments, in this case, is a product of supply. This is how it works: Say on a Monday, 10 farmers in Bilai receive SMSes from the company that says they are supposed to supply their cane on Wednesday. On an average, farmers need 4-5 such dates to complete their supply cycle. Payments when released will begin with crediting the 10 farmers only for their supply for Wednesday. In most cases farmers have received payments for a couple of dates but the larger portion remains pending.

Rounak Kumar Gunjan The Ken, Staff Writer

A US$265M company’s guide to defaulting on loans and evading insolvency

Hi Rajeev, thank you reading the piece. I'll try and make future articles further interesting for those not highly interested in the basics of bankruptcy courts. We've spoken to several farmers across the state to understand that indeed growing wheat and other crops has become difficult after cattle has been let loose. There are cases where farmers are having to guard their fields even at night to protect them from bovine. There have also been several road accidents in rural areas because of this. And guess what, after September last year, farmers In Uttar Pradesh are not allowed to use barbed wires to protect their fields.

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