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Philip D Souza, Nerul
27/09/2020 07:49:30

After providi8ng for ‘employment’ by agri-businesses, the surplus will trek to the cities in search of unskilled work. I expect mushrooming of street vendors, eking out an existence hawking anything and everything. The keywords are pakodawala, chaiwala, bhajiwala, macchiwala, paowala, undewala etc. This is in response to Roji Mathew

Philip D Souza, Nerul
27/09/2020 07:48:05

Major imports of India include cereals, edible oils, and petroleum products, to satisfy rising consumption by middle income groups.
This import trade is regulated by Director General of Foreign Trade (DGFT) under Ministry of Commerce.
1: Sugar and sugar confectionary
2: Dried vegetables
3: Fruits
4: Coffee, tea and spices
5: Dairy products
6: Cereals
7: Preserved fruit, vegetables and fruit juices

Retail sector, hotel industry and food processing sector import from USA and other developed nations significant amounts of processed food under categories listed above. I am not sure if these imports fall under GAAT or governed by individual contracts.
Indian food exports are aimed at Indian Diaspora in the US, EU, and Middle East, apart from Basmati rice and Atta. These latter are staples consumed by Arabs too.
It is likely that corporate houses will enter into contract farming where large contiguous plots of land are available like in north India states, Punjab, Haryana, U.P, Bihar, Rajasthan and Odisha. Such farm contiguity is rare in South Indian states except in Deccan Plateau regions. When this happens, many small marginal farmers will be pushed out of farming. (contd)

Clarence, Mangalore/ Qatar
24/09/2020 22:08:25

This article is having clear information on new agriculture policies. But I still believe that it should benefit to the farmers in future.

Roji Mathew, Pathanamthitta
24/09/2020 17:17:04

Very simple and detailed interpretation of the new bill..success of 1993 general agreement of trade and tariff is the good example for the defenders of this liberalisation...
1)Can we expect a good success in the quality of life by this law like GATT or need to wait for the time see the effects...
2)What will happen to the proposed free trade agreement with USA as USA and western world are eagerly looking for the exploitation of world agri-food-farm market.If so definitely it will affect their trade deficit with india(again an upper hand for china).
3)If the sponsors dont have the attraction of an export market then,will it attract the free flow of capital like GATT
4)Can FII float the capital by this bill to indian farms if so how much percent and what about the usage of their technologically advanced BT seeds.
5)In the job market which course will open the huge job opportunity for the future like GATT opened the opportunity for engineers.
6)Which state will create the more friendly ecosystem for this bill and its sponsors like South state except kerala created a more industrial friendly ecosystem as a result of GATT.
7)Which number will be more by this agreement losers or winner

Jerald dsouza, Thabail/shirva
24/09/2020 03:29:03

Rest in peace

23/09/2020 17:39:41

Very informative article sir.Thank you so much

John v tauro, Shivabhag mangalore
23/09/2020 07:37:32

Excellently detail described worth reading and tu know gud and bad of the agriculture policy writer is well nkown news analist write more

Aboobacker Nettikkara, Kerala _kozhikode
23/09/2020 05:57:45

Very detailed description of the merits and demerits if the 3 bills passed in both houses. The fear of millions of small farmers in this proposal are genuine as the intention behind is favourable to corporates. Thanks to Philip for his effort and time for the detailed study and presentation

Nandanan, Thrissur
23/09/2020 05:50:16

I have asked our Patel, who has farming in his 30 acre land in Gujarat how this bill will benefit him.
He gets free irrigation for his farm from Narmada, which is piped from the 30 kilometres away river.

He once told me that in such a middleman controlled market he had to bury all harvesting lemons in his farm.

Waiting for Patel’s reply......

Amshudhar, Kalasa
22/09/2020 10:46:36

Sir, I kindly request you to justify how the pure Kannada regions of mudigere, koppa, sringeri and saksleshapura belong to tulunadu ???..Non of the above mentioned tulu royal daynasties have roled these areas and even these areas doesnot have any historical background of tulu speaking community.As I know Only the maigrant tuluvas stay in these areas.

H.D.Vinutha, Mudigere
22/09/2020 09:48:50

Ur article is nice but mudigere tq rchickmaglur dist was ruled by Hoysala dynasty.u may know that Hoysala dynasty was first formed in the place known as Angadi which is still in Mudigere. Here we puerly speak kannada not tulu.some from Dk only speak Tulu.

Manoj, Sringeri
22/09/2020 09:18:46

Sakleshpura , Sringeri ,Koppa ,Mudigere are not considered as the part of tulunaadu , they are the part of malenaadu

22/09/2020 07:31:42

Very informative article sir.Thank you so much

Stephan Lobo, Kattingeri
21/09/2020 08:33:01

Heartfelt condolences to all family members, may his soul rest in peace

Vincent Fernandes, Moodubelle/Kuwait
20/09/2020 15:16:17

Heartfelt condolences to all family members. May his soul rest in peace.

Ronald Dsouza, Nalkubidi- Belle / Dubai
20/09/2020 13:02:56

Sorry to hear of sudden and untimely demise of Mark Mendonca. Our deepest condolences to the entire family. May his soul rest in peace.

Ronald Mendonca, Kodangala
20/09/2020 12:33:55

It is very sad moment to our family such sudden incident happened. lost our beloved brother. Our heartfelt condolences with the family
We pray may his soul rest in peace

Jeevan Pinto, Melbourne (Australia)
18/09/2020 14:52:25

Nice article... It will definitely help people to realise that you cannot plan life with one skill. It will make them aware of other potential skills they have and help them to tap into it... Very motivating... Keep up the good work

Philip D Souza, nerul
16/09/2020 15:11:43

Drip irrigation is a must to conserve the depleting water table.

Philip D Souza, Nerul
16/09/2020 14:27:41

One of my north Malabar protege who lost his job in Qatar and returned on first VBM flight is shy to give his suggestion here. But, he sent me two videos of the fish farm he has raised on the ancestral property. Like his father is a very hard-working person and will succeed in the new venture.

Michael Sequeira, pamboor/Nairobi
16/09/2020 08:50:56

Very well narrated.Hope people read and get some insight and the entrepreneural mind gets a kick.

Clarence, Mangalore/ qatar
15/09/2020 22:17:54

Nice article. Doing farming is better option and it is really good but we have to personally involved in this field. Other than this dairy farmIng is also a better option

Nandanan, Thrissur
15/09/2020 18:10:09

Nice read, use for and an eye opener for many.

Aboobacker, Kozhikode, Kerala
15/09/2020 15:20:28

Very encouraging and positive approach to face and overcome the challenges of present situation. If there is a will, there is a way. Let us hope for the best to all to survive from covid and unemployment

Tressa Albert, Mumbai
15/09/2020 13:05:24

Great ideas. To this I would add food processing, packaging to and branding. With surplus agri produce whuch need mit go wasted.

Roji mathew, Pathanamthitta
15/09/2020 12:54:22

One of my friend who is running cattle farm told me that the cost of one cow with good yield rise above 1.5 lakh due to the reverse diaspora from gulf....most of the people are .trying their luck in this farm....

Sunita Kamath, Udupi
15/09/2020 12:13:12

Very informative, motivational, article published at appropriate time

Eugene DSouza, Moodubelle
15/09/2020 10:38:39

Thanks to Philip Mudartha for his timely and enlightening article.

Philip D Souza, Nerul
09/09/2020 12:35:38

A very good collection, now resting at the right place. May it be successful in reaching the goals set for the transfer.

Joseph Dsouza, Belle
09/09/2020 05:14:53

Happy Monthi fest to all

Louis Alva, Kattingeri, Moodubelle
08/09/2020 20:19:18

It was a indeed a happy moment to all of our parishioners as these two festal masses are offered after a very long time due to the current pandemic situation. Our parish priests made everything possible to celebrate these masses with proper social distancing formula and all the parishioners are well cooperated with their individual responsibilities. Thank you all who are involved to make the Mother Marys Novena and todays festal masses more devotionally with all required safety measures. May the blessed virgin mother Mary bless us all.

Philip D Souza, Nerul
06/09/2020 07:12:56

Happy Teachers Day

Vicky, Udupi
02/09/2020 07:11:53

Great analysis Philip. Awating the next installment.

Vicky, Udupi
30/08/2020 07:31:49

Great information with excellent data support. Hard to find it anywhere. Thank you for the effort and may God bless you.

Joseph D souza, Belle/Kuwait
29/08/2020 12:02:04

Thank you KCWA, Kuwait airways and Government of India

Philip D Souza, Nerul, Navi Mumbai
27/08/2020 08:46:06

I contacted John to verify the details of his gift. He clarified that the artefacts will move to the old home within the premises of St. Anthony Orphanage Jeppu. Kudos, John.
When BV published Dr. Eugene s story on Budget House Museum, I visited him as promised 8 years ago. He came out ot be a kind hoft, a down to earth person, with whom anyone can make lifelong friendship. I stay in regular touch with him ever since. I wish him all the best, especially good health. And look forward to meet him in Nerul or Budget Home, after the lockdown restrictions end.

Alwyn Mathias, Mumbai
24/08/2020 16:27:00

Its a high time we should plan for fitness and sports facilities inside the lions bhavana.

Francis J. Saldanha, Moodubelle/Mangaluru
16/08/2020 17:03:28

Heartfelt condolences to dear Henry Bavoji/Hilda, Leena Bai/William Bavoji,Rony/Renny, Janet/Benedict the entire Mathias family members. Dear Aunt has been a piller of strength for all of us in all these years yet very Polite simple with ready smile on her face whenever we use to visit her at home. We will miss her dearly.May her soul Rest in peace.

Rony Norbert Pinto, Shirva / Bahrain
16/08/2020 16:49:18

Dear Henry Bahoji Hilda Bai, and all near and dear ones of Mathias family,
Our heartfelt condolences to all of you. May the Almighty God give you all the strength to bear this great loss. May her soul Rest in Peace.
From: Rony, Preethi, Riva Ronel
Shirva / Bahrain.

Suresh C Verma, Mumbai
13/08/2020 18:29:17

I had the good fortune to meet Mr. Lobo through a Muslim gentleman who wanted to clarify a point of law. As he made us wait in his cabin, he dealt with a few clients whose matters did not take long. There we saw him refusing to file a case as his client s grievance was unjustified. That simply proved that he was a not out to make money at the cost of his clients.
Not only that, he was not charging for advice he would give in many personal matters, in spite of being asked about his fee. He was most concerned with the deteriorating conditions of courts and the judiciary and the way corruption has invaded in most of the fields in our nation and how the common man is suffering.
Truly secular by nature, he was fond of Hindi film music with special love for singer Hemant Kumar.
His untimely death was quite shocking. He shall never be forgotten by people he met even once.
Having dealt with many advocate of varying caliber in my 40 years in Mumbai, three gentlemen advocates have stood out, the late Mr. Nadir S Mulla, the doyen among advocates, Mr. K Narayanan and Mr. Lobo. They have been the most knowledgeable, honest and sincere advocates one can ever meet.
May His Soul Rest In Peace !

Green lover, Tallur/Moodubelle/UK
09/08/2020 12:26:36

Vanamosthava is a great concept, I have participated during my primary and secondary school days in 1970s and 1980s. If the programme is genuine and followed up, we should have forests all around DK and udupi districts, there should have been huge forests or green belt, which we don t see. When vanamosthava day comes, schools, religious leaders and politicians plant trees, no one looks at them until next years vanamosthava. In today s world, it is more for social media pics. Basically we are fooling ourselves. The deforestation is so rampant, I cannot imagine, on the other hand vanamanostava another exercise with out any changes on the ground for last 50 years, at least I know off.

Vincent Fernandes, Moodubelle/Kuwait
06/08/2020 23:27:46

Heartfelt condolences to all family members. May her soul rest in peace.

Dr Kristanand Desai, Margao, Goa
05/08/2020 18:36:51

Thanks for your interest and pains to write the article...waiting to read more from you

Alwyn Mathias, Moodubelle / Mumbai
29/07/2020 21:40:15

May the departed soul rest in peace, Here we promise that Old Students Association of St. Lawrence High School, Moodubelle will continue to fulfill the dreams of Wilfred Menezes to spread need of education and nourish our school continuously...

Ronald Sabi, Moodubelle
29/07/2020 19:28:01

Wilfred was a caring person be it family, friends, neighbor or anyone who knew him and interacted with him. He was full of positive energy! Words fail to explain his compassion towards fellow human being. We lost him too early! May he Rest In Peace!

Richard Menezes, Udupi/Belle
25/07/2020 09:38:26

I met Wilfred only once long ago but never knew we were related till now.

I my family offer our deepest condolences heartfelt sympathies to his wife

Ronald, Nalkubidi/ Dubai
24/07/2020 18:30:17

It’s awful and sad to hear about the sudden and painful exit of our dear Wilfy. Our deepest and sincere sympathy goes to Reena, Children, Uncle, Dolphy, Richard, Ivan and family members. May his soul Rest In Peace.

Maurice Menezes, Belle/Udupi/Dxb
22/07/2020 15:49:51

Dear Casmir and bereaved family members, we are deeply shocked and saddened by the sudden demise of Wilfred and convey our sincere sympathies and condolences to all of you and solemn prayers to God to grant his noble soul eternal rest in peace in heaven and solace and fortitude to bear this
irreparable immense loss to family and society.
Sincerely in Christ Maurice Menezes and family.

Wilfred Mathias, Brahmavar
22/07/2020 15:04:39

After going through his 45 mins interview along with his wife with Daijiworld, we were really upset with this sad news.

Its really unfortunate that many of his dreams must have got shattered as he was just 51 years old.

May the almighty give adequate strength to his wife children and relatives to continue with his good work in the years to come.

Lanslara, Nakre Karkala
22/07/2020 09:52:59

Still unbelievable wilffy dhattu is no more with us . Polite person even Reena Bhai really good in heart.

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