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  • Farmers are there till cooperatives are there; IFFCO MD muses in AGM

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    The 44th AGM of the world’s largest framers’ cooperative IFFCO was held in New Delhi on Thursday in an atmosphere of hope and optimism. The sense of pride and achievement could easily be discerned among the delegates who were jubilant because the cooperative giant had grossed the highest profit in a rather depressing global economic scenario. The coo...
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  • IFFCO AGM: Chorus for Padma Award to Awasthi rises

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    “He is our icon and recognizing him would mean recognizing each and every farmer of the country; we want the government to bestow Padma award on Dr U S Awasthi because of whom millions of farmers are able to make ends meet in the country, said one of the emotional delegates Ankit Parihar who had come from Uttar Pradesh. The 44th AGM saw somewhat increased number of speakers from among the del...
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  • IFFCO AGM: Thumbs up to R P Singh and team

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    The delegates were surprised when they experienced a wonderful hospitality organized by the IFFCO management. Overwhelmed, some of the delegates profusely thanked IFFCO Director R P Singh and his team from the podium. In the 44th IFFCO AGM the delegates came practically from the whole of India. The IFFCO MD proudly announced that not a single state is left out and they have representative at le...
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  • Cabinet nod for revival of the Sindri unit

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    The Union Cabinet chaired by the Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, Thursday gave its approval for the revival of closed urea unit of Fertilizer Corporation India Limited (FCIL) at Sindri (Jharkhand) with an investment of Rs 6000 crore. This unit was lying defunct and was not in operation since 2002. Therefore, the unit and other associated facilities we...
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  • Govt to set up Ammonia-Urea Complex in Assam

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    The Union Cabinet chaired by the Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, Thursday gave its approval for setting up of a new Ammonia-Urea Complex of 8.64 Lakh Metric Tonnes annual capacity with an estimated investment of Rs. 4500 crore at Namrup in Assam on Public Private Partnership (PPP) route by a Joint Venture (JV). In the proposed JV, a PSU of Department ...
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  • Farmers complain against underweight urea bag

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    As the domestic fertilizer production is not enough to meet the local needs, the Union Government has decided to import urea through Krishak Bharati Cooperative (KRIBHCO) that manufactures fertilizer, mainly urea, a news outlet reports. Apart from the problem of underweight, the unprecedented rise in the prices of fertilisers prices has rattled farmers' cage. The manually packed bags weigh i...
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  • Amul: Girl with polka dots has kept pace with time

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    The lovable little girl in polka dots has kept pace with all of that and stands stronger than before. Yes you guessed it correct; we are talking about the Amul girl. The Gujarat Cooperative Milk Marketing Federation (GCMMF), the largest producer of milk which markets brand Amul announced the launch of 'Amul's India' book. The book was launched at an event in Mumbai. It was unveiled by director ...
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  • Re-visiting CHS user change post March S C Order

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    By I C Naik In Part 1 April 25 2015 we concluded how the residential flat-user now permissible for commercial purpose under the Development Control Regulations for Greater Bombay, 1991 (DCR – GB 1991), resulted in a case of BMC inadvertently abetting to trespass in to society’s property (Dadar Avanti C H S Mumbai). BMC order compelled a free access to the people visiting th...
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  • CHS : Converting a residential flat to commercial

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    By I C Naik Big news in Mumbai is that the State Government has junked the controversial BMC Development Plan 2034. Lesser known good news is, this has perhaps subconsciously woken up the management of Mumbai Metro housing societies to the core issue of housing; namely BMC’s power to permit flat-owners in housing societies to make user change from residential to comm...
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  • How do we finance co-operatives?

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    By Ed Mayo It is one of the biggest issues facing co-operative businesses today: how does a co-operative bring in the finance it needs to develop while ensuring the members stay in control? It is also one of the two debates at Co-operative Congress on 27 June, where co-ops across the country will come together to discuss critica...
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