A Techie-Turned-Organic Farmer

Venkat Iyer was living a fast-paced life in the IT world in Mumbai when he decided to stop and take a long, hard look at where he was headed. Disheartened by his stressful existence in the city, h...

by Venkat Iyer | On 25 Apr 2018

Dietary Diversity and Nutrition Sensitive Agriculture in India

Nithya D J is a Nutritionist at MSSRF with a doctorate degree in Food Science and Nutrition from Tamil Nadu Agricultural University. She has worked as Research Associate at the Indian Institute of Cro...

by Nithya D J | On 24 Apr 2018

A Current Scenario of India’s Fight against “Undernourishment”: A Draconian Aspect

Soumya Gupta is a Research Economist with the Tata- Cornell Institute for Agriculture and Nutrition, Cornell University (TCI) program. Her research interests lie at the intersections of food securit...

by Soumya Gupta | On 23 Apr 2018

Agricultural Prices and Food Policy

Supply-demand imbalance at a given time is the main problem in India. Not much can be done with demand, as increase and shifting patterns in demand are normal with economic growth and urbanisation. St...

by C S C Sekhar | On 20 Sep 2016

The Contours and Concerns of Drought-Induced Migration

Umi Daniel is currently working as Head Migration Thematic unit at Aide et Action South Asia. His areas of interests are tribal empowerment, people’s right to food, micro level planning, rights and en...

by Umi Daniel | On 03 Jun 2016