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Focus on quality of agri produce to get good price, says Tomar

No plan to reintroduce three repealed farm laws in future: Agri Min in Rajya Sabha

No plans to bring back repealed farm laws again; Congress creating confusion: Tomar

Union ministers Pralhad Joshi, Tomar likely to visit Gujarat today as BJP central observers

3 CoEs to use Israeli tech in horticulture opened in Karnataka

India, Israel sign 3-year work programme for cooperation in agriculture

RSS leader targets Tomar over farmers’ stir against agri laws

Govt’s offer to amend farm laws doesn’t mean shortcomings in legislations: Tomar

Holding no informal talks with farmers, barricading is local admin issue: Tomar

Repeal farm laws, we’ll return home: Farmer leaders tell Govt; Agri Minister says keep national interest in mind

Farmers’ protest: Several Delhi border points remain closed

Stop holding parallel talks with other farmer bodies: Protesting farmer unions to govt

Farmers’ unions should consider Govt proposal; We are ready for further talks: Tomar

Shah, Rajnath Singh, Narendra Singh Tomar hold talks with BJP chief over farmers’ protest

Tomar inaugurates Indian Agricultural Research Institute’s Assam campus

Govt introduces three farm sector bills; Oppn accuses it of attacking federal structure

Centre unveils Krishi Rath app for hassle free agri-produce movement in lockdown

BJP appoints Javadekar, Tomar as poll incharge for Delhi, Haryana respectively

Not in favour of continuing with MGNREGA forever, says rural development min Narendra Singh Tomar

Narendra Singh Tomar takes charge as Agriculture Minister

Modi and Cong as different as the hair of a moustache from that of a tail: Tomar

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