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Cooperatives 2.0

We have 33 supermarkets at the moment. The target is 1,500 in five years.” S.B. Jayaraj, who is gung-ho about his organisation’s plans for Kerala, is not just another retailer. He is the general secretary of the Kerala chapter of Sahakar Bharati — a pan-India body that aims at strengthening the cooperative movement in India, and an affiliate of the RSS, the ideological parent of the ruling BJP. Jayaraj has just got Ernakulam-based Bharath Agro Processing and Marketing Cooperative (BAMCO) registered as a multi-state cooperative society. The first supermarket under the new entity has been opened recently. With over two dozen Grameen Samrudhi stores mentored by Sahakar Bharati since 2017 also being brought under the BAMCO umbrella, the society is all set to have its presence felt in the state.
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Incredible Dairy India — More than Milk

As we begin the celebrations commemorating Dr Verghese Kurien’s Birth Centenary Year, let us pause for a moment to look at the significant achievements, the challenges and opportunities ahead in our dairy sector and what Dr Kurien might advise us to do.
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A Milk Moustache for the Economy

The Indian dairy sector has been registering a consistent annual growth of over 6 percent for the last several years. We account for some 22 percent of the global milk production with each year seeing India add more milk to the global pool than the entire European community. For a nation, which is still to shed the tag of being a developing entity despite its enormous size, it is no mean achievement to be sitting atop the world in this most critical food and livelihood sector. Further, this position is not likely to be challenged in either the near or distant future.
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Milk the Opportunities — Don’t Cow Down to Challenges

A global giant in production, yet a dwarf in productivity; this is what aptly defines Indian dairy. At a milk production of 188 million metric tonnes (mmt) during 2019, we are the world leader by several miles. The second placed United States of America recorded only half of this quantity at 98.72 million metric tonnes during this period.
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Amrit Manthan in Sea of Milk

From a two-village, 247-litre-milk-a-day cooperative, Dr Verghese Kurien, a host of visionaries and a mass of hardworking farmers transformed Amul into a global leader in dairy, propelling India to the top rankings along the way. But the Indian dairy industry—production, supply chain and policy et al—needs a booster dose again.
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Let the Rivers of Milk Flow

Today, the White Revolution’s contribution to farm incomes surpasses that of the Green Revolution. Every fifth rupee generated in the farm sector — which includes the total output value of crops, livestock produce, and fisheries — comes from milk.
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Don’t allow it to be cowed down

Almost half of India’s milk, with higher solids, comes from buffaloes. Yet, this low-maintenance and efficient feed-converting animal finds little place in our dairy and livestock policy.
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Budget and Dairy Sector: Doubling of milk processing capacity no panacea

The focus should be on reducing cost and making the Indian farmer a globally competitive producer. 
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Milk processing: Like its name, khoya a lost opportunity for dairies

There is huge scope for organised manufacture of this primary ingredient used in indigenous sweets.
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Indigenous livestock breeding: Deja Moo — Bringing the cows home

The opposition to importing germplasm of Gir cattle from Brazil is misplaced as well as counterproductive.
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