Indian agriculture faces extremely difficult times if the government signs the Free Trade Agreement (FTA) with the European Union, which seems extremely likely. The smoke signals have already started blowing from Brussels. The 27-nation block of the EU, which is notorious for its extravagant subsidies dished out to the Union’s farmers, has set aside a big chunk of its new seven-year budget to subsidise its agriculture, more precisely, €363 billion. That works out to approximately to&nb