What should set the alarm bells ringing for the state government is the increasing presence of uranium in the sub-soil water used for drinking and irrigation.

With the whitefly attack becoming severe in the Malwa region, a number of farmers have started uprooting their cotton crop.

The legal validity of the Punjab Termination of Agreements Act, 2004 is not only the case being faced by the state with regard to river waters in the Supreme Court and elsewhere.

The “rail roko” agitation by Punjab farmers demanding higher compensation for their cotton and basmati crops paralysed train services in the state for the second day today as the unions leading the

After losses in paddy and wheat, cotton harvest goes for a toss

Women too vulnerable; five among victims

As many as 18 farmers and landless labourers have committed suicide in the Sangrur-Mansa belt during the past two months.

Can cause dementia and other neurological problems

Punjab among two states in the country to be allotted the centre | German company to provide expertise

With a majority of the state’s marginal farmers finding it tough to carry on with agriculture owing to different reasons, the Punjab government has sought the World Bank’s help to progress in the f

There is no immediate threat from climate change to the farm sector, said experts while addressing the 12th Agricultural Science Congress at National Dairy Research Institute (NDRI) here today.