Foodgrains output likely to drop by 10%

Foodgrains output likely to drop by 10%

Mumbai : India | Sep 24, 2012 at 2:33 AM PDT
Source: Indian Express
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Foodgrains output projected to drop by 10% '+google_ads[i].line2 +'  '+google_ads[i].line3 + ' Agencies : New Delhi, Mon Sep 24 2012, 14:33 hrs Country's foodgrains production is projected to decline by 10 per cent in the kharif season of this year at 117.18 million tonnes due to deficient monsoon... FULL ARTICLE AT Indian Express
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