Pandemic crisis and economy: Adopting a Gandhian-Buddhist economic approach need of the hour .The economic and social costs of the pandemic are worrisome: Businesses, farming activities and even normal day to day life have been badly hit. When human interventions cross the limit, they can break the natural equilibrium. Shrinking forest cover, over depletion of natural resources, unlimited mining and quarrying have all taken a toll on our ecosystem.
Arya agri-tech solutions promotes technology-intensive farming in Kerala. Farming goes hi-tech. Precision farming, highly automated farming, remote monitoring and controlling operations with the help of data supplied by drones. This is how technology-intensive modern farms function.
Tough situations or times are temporary so it never last, but in normal situations or even in hardest situations some people never give up. So they are called as tough people who are highly dedicated and become tougher than the situations. In life difficult times never come knocking the door, it will always come out of the blue when you will be least expecting it or when you are least prepared to encounter. Let’s face it! People face various situations in life.
South Asia Economic Focus anticipates a sharp economic slump in each of the region’s eight countries, caused by halting economic activity, collapsing trade, and greater stress in the financial and banking sectors.