It is hard to Understand What is Private and What is Common

Adivasi Food Festival-2017 was a celebration of a tradition that has seen many a loss but still has refused to succumb to misfortune

Experts stressed revival of millet farming in Odisha

Millets farming does not need fertilizers and pesticides to grow and also can be cultivated in low irrigated and even non-irrigated areas.

ଜଙ୍ଗଲ ତାଙ୍କ ଥାଳିରେ (in Odiya)

The new forest policy had led to malnutrition in their communities and they got down to get back what they had lost - millets and seeds.

The Case for Millets: Despite Calls by Scientists and Activists, The Coarse Grain Remains Unavailable Under PDS

Even during peak drought years, millet crops don't entirely fail. And every acre that grows millets over rice saves 6 million litres of water.

For a bountiful harvest

The traditional ‘guli ragi’ method to grow finger millet has become popular among farmers because of its highly increased productivity

The forest on their plates

The new forest policy had led to malnutrition in their communities and they got down to get back what they had lost - millets and seeds.

The Chizami model of development

How women in a remote Nagaland village are bringing about transformation rooted in traditional Naga practices

Campaign in tribal areas to make North Andhra a millet hub

The five-year project aims to increase productivity, household consumption, value addition, marketing support, setting up of processing centres etc.

Supply millets in Public Distribution Sytem: DDS

More than 15 varieties of millet crops are being grown by farmers, even during adverse conditions like severe drought.

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