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NEW ISSUE - JULY-SEPTEMBER, 2019

The Government has raised minimum support price (MSP) for Kharip crops which is in line with giving farmers 1.5 times the cost of production. Besides a New Labor Code that allows minimum wages to be paid by cheque or bank transfers to workers of both organized and unorganized sectors and leasing out of Lucknow, Ahmedabad and Mangalore Airports to Adani Enterprise are the major decisions taken by the Cabinet. Monsoon is late this time and advancing at a slow pace and most likely that rains will be deficient in many states. The economy is facing a slowdown in many sectors to which Government is well aware and the coming Budget 2019-20 will incentivize the industries to increase output.

In the backdrop of these events, the July-September 2019  issue has brought forward various research articles in its contents. It will help the upcoming researchers to enlighten them the new issues emerging in the prospective research.


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