- Jul28By Reuters
India is looking to import pulses from Myanmar and African nations to counter a domestic shortfall of 7.6 million tonnes that has driven local prices of key pulses like chickpea to a record high, food minister Ram Vilas Paswan said.
Gold imports in Q2 2016 were down 58 per cent to 78 tonnes the lowest since Q3 2013. Gold jewellery consumption in India declined by 56 per cent
The government is ready with a variant of Bt cottonseed that will free farmers from the monopoly grip of multinational seed giant Monsanto, which forces them to buy seeds for
Chilli prices have remained quite volatile in the past few months and even touched multi-year highs in February. The market is awaiting data on monsoon spread and acreage for
The Centre recently sounded a word of caution over a possible shortage in sugar supply. Its worries and concerns were reflected in the withdrawal of export subsidies in June
Coffee prices in the international market have been rising in the past two months. But the price rise has not reflected well in the Indian market
Though barely a month old, the system of pan-India tea e-auction has started paying off in terms of better price realisation by companies. The system has paved the way
Notwithstanding the fact that palm oil imports by India have fallen for a second month in June — thanks to weak demand and near-record stockpiles — cheap imported palm oil
- Jul12By PTI
State run Hindustan Aeronautics (HAL) and French manufacturer Safran Helicopter Engines have agreed to set up a support centre in India for national and international rotorcraft customers.
- Jul11By PTI
Trying out all possible ways to control pulse prices that have neared Rs 200 per kg, the Centre on Monday decided to set up a committee to relook at the minimum support price and bonus to promote pulse cultivation.
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