Assets created under MGNREGA positively impact agricultural productivity, says Economic Survey 2023

Assets created under the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme have had a positive impact on farm productivity, production costs and per-family income, negatively associated with migration and indebtedness, especially from non-institutional sources, the Economic Survey 2022-23 said. These works include domestic assets like animal sheds, farm ponds, dug wells, vegetable and fruit farms, … Read more

The US Chamber of Commerce is backing Spanberger in the 7th District race

Expect some Sunday showers The United States Chamber of Commerce has endorsed Rep. Abigail Spanberger for D-7th Congress in Virginia’s new 7th Congressional District. The endorsement marks the second time Spanberger has won the national trade organization’s endorsement, defending her seat against Prince William County Supervisor Yesli Vega, now in the Fredericksburg area instead … Read more

Seaweed creator wins government support

Wednesday, August 17, 2022, 11:10 amPress Release: New Zealand Government Dear Stuart Nash Minister of Economic and Regional Development The government continues to invest strongly and strongly in regional economies in a project that will create the world’s first commercial seaweed-based nanocellulose manufacturing plant. A $1.5 million innovation project at Perua in the Waikato is … Read more

Editorial – to make the house work seamlessly

The budget session of the Federal Parliament, which began on Tuesday, will continue unabated, with the main opposition party, CPN-UML, declaring that the 14-month-old blockade has been lifted. Because UML lawmakers violated the party’s decision. In his first session of parliament, UML leader Prady Givali said his party had decided to end the impasse in … Read more

They live in Fantasyland! | Scap News

Monday, March 28, 2022, 10 a.m. 19 p.m.Comment: Barbara Kuriger During Labor’s four-and-a-half years in power, members of parliament have learned little about the country they lead. New Zealand is a food-producing country, but the modern nature of agriculture, fruits and vegetables escapes them. Nor do they understand the North and South hemisphere cycles. As … Read more

After a member of the National Assembly falls off the stage, he breaks his arms, breaking his spine

New ZealandUpdated February 22, 2022 11 ፡ 15 p.m.2 minutes to read Tim van de Mollen, a representative of Wikato National Assembly, is recovering in hospital. Photo / Mark Mitchell A Waikato member of parliament is taking a break from parliament after breaking his arm and injuring his ribs and spine. Tim van de Mollen … Read more

2022 Food Crop Registration, Agriculture Law Repeated, Prices for Bitter Pills in the Agricultural Sector Topics

India has a record food production this year but the repeal of three agri-reform laws and rising oil prices will cast a shadow over the country’s defense sector, which is in the process of getting better yields despite the outbreak. While the increase in food production, which has helped the government provide free food rations … Read more

Previous documents provide an overview of Oklahoma 2022 Act

Legislation planned before the annual session of the legislature is, by far, only a flash. But there are some interesting things about the 50 or more ideas and decisions already made in Hopper. Also, the second session of the 58th Legislature, which is still in its various stages of legislative process and is still in … Read more

One-way quarantine free travel dates guaranteed for the RSE program

Monday, September 27, 2021, 5:02 p.m.Press release – Government of New Zealand As part of a plan to reopen our borders and connect with the world, the government has announced quarantine start dates for RSE workers in Vanuatu, Samoa and Tonga, Agriculture Minister Damian O’Connor said. “We are pleased to announce that Samoan and Tongan … Read more

Circumcision of trained manpower is a rotten policy

Sunday, September 12, 2021, 4:17 p.m.Press Release – New Zealand National Party The government’s assurance that there are well-known current employers in selected countries is not enough to correct its rotten approach to labor supply, said National Garden Development spokesman David Bennett. Prior to the Delta Covide outbreak, the government announced that RSE workers were … Read more