Agarwal, The districts of Haryana can be classified into two main agroecological regions: arid and semiarid Table Haryana at Wikipedia's sister projects. While the semiarid region has attained much higher yields of cereals and pulses than the arid region, the latter has performed better with crops that require relatively little water such as oilseed and cotton.
Archived from the original on 13 May Press Information Bureau, Government of India. Sex Ratio : The sex ratio is the number of females per males in a particular area at a given time.
Covid warriors working without fear, like freedom fighters: Goa CM 40 mins ago. For its fair progress in sex ratio from inthe state has also been awarded for its contribution to the 'Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao' campaign.
There is no provision for direct benefit transfer under this scheme. News Headlines for August 14, According to recent data, however, Haryana's sex ratio at birth has now touched the mark. The vibrant state of Haryana is currently home to 29, 2.
Unreliable data The CRS used by the Haryana government to claim an improvement in its sex ratio at birth is a system through which the government registers every birth and death in the country, along with a rural-urban and sex-wise break-up. The economy is dominated by agricultural and its related industries.
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This section describes the history of agricultural development in Haryana since , reports the results of a state-level analysis of changes in land use, examines how cropping patterns have changed over time, and compares the practices and effects of the Green Revolution in the two major agroecological regions of the state.
The expansion of area used for cultivating rice in the semiarid region has been impressive, increasing from 9 percent in to 18 percent in Bhatt and Gopal K.