Claiming that the Punjab Government has come out with an elaborate action plan to curb the deadly menace of stubble burning across the State through a multi-pronged approach, Chief Minister Capt Am

Farmers of 65 villages came together and resolved to burn paddy stubble in the fields despite the Punjab government's directive against it, in light of rising pollution levels.

Farmers yet to shun stubble burning

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Farmers in Punjab have started using paddy stubble to generate electricity through biomass machines

The Bhartiya Kisan Union (Kadian) has asked the Punjab government to either provide financial compensation or machinery to the farmers as per directions of the National Green Tribunal (NGT) to mix

CHANDIGARH:With the governments of Punjab and Haryana struggling to end stubble burning in their states, some farmers have taken to social media to suggest ways to manage the menace effectively ahe

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