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Published by Director of Information and Publicity, Govt. of Madras in Madras .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • India,
  • Tamil Nadu.,
  • Madras (State)

Subjects:

  • Agriculture -- Economic aspects -- India -- Tamil Nadu,
  • Food supply -- Madras (State)

Book details:

Classifications
LC ClassificationsHD2075.M2 N3 1951
The Physical Object
Paginationxxi, 257 p.
Number of Pages257
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL272493M
LC Control Numbersa 63000059
OCLC/WorldCa21648174

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Annual food grains production in the year –08 was , mt. The state is the largest producer of bananas, turmeric, flowers, tapioca, the second largest producer of mango, natural rubber, coconut, groundnut and the third largest producer of coffee, sapota, Tea and sugarcane. Tamil Nadu's sugarcane yield per hectare is the highest in. acres addition Agricultural amount Arcot Assistant attended blocks Board buildings candidates cent Central Centres Chief City Co-operative Coimbatore collected College Committee completed conducted construction continued cost Council course crops December Department Development Director distribution district Education effect elected Engineering. The Madras Courier is the first newspaper to be established in the Madras Presidency, British India. Published on Octo , it was the leading newspaper of its time. Selling for a princely sum of one rupee, it thrived for three decades. Two centuries later, this legacy is revived digitally. Among food crops, by far the most important source of stagnation was rice. Bengal had below-average growth rates in both food and nonfood crop output, whereas Punjab and Madras were the least stagnant regions. In the interwar period, population growth accelerated while food output decelerated, leading to declining availability of food per head.