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With or without APMC delisting, it's business as usual for traders
Business Standard India

With or without APMC delisting, it's business as usual for tra...

For 70-year-old Trilokchand Sharma, one of the biggest onion and potato traders in Azadpur mandi here, life hasn't changed much since Delhi Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung delisted fruits and vegetables from the Agriculture Produce Marketing ... Business Standard India, 3 weeks ago

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Vegetable traders upset with government raids on godowns

The government blames the traders for spiralling up prices by hoarding onions and potatoes, but traders at the Azadpur vegetable market here contend that vegetables are not anything like gold to be ‘hoarded'. NEW DELHI: The BJP-led government's ...
 Economic Times2 months ago Vegetable traders upset with govt raids on godowns  Economic Times2 months ago
Jagran Post

Tomato prices remain high at Rs 80/kg in NCR

In the wholesale market of Azadpur, tomato - a key kitchen ingriedent - is available at Rs 30-40 per kg depending on the quality. NEW DELHI: Tomato prices continue to remain high at Rs 80 per kg in retail markets of national capital region on short supplies.
 Economic Times2 months ago Tomato prices skyrocket to Rs 70/kg, onion at Rs 40/kg in Delhi  Economic Times2 months ago Tomato prices soar upto Rs 80/kg; Govt says keeping close eye  Rediff.com2 months ago Tomato prices skyrocket to Rs 80 per kilogram  Jagran Post2 months ago
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Govt to open mandi for small farmers in six months times

While speaking at the foundation stone laying function of proposed Kisan Mandi, Singh said, We are not against the Azadpur mandi model, but we want to empower farmers more by providing a platform for them to get best price of their produce. While ...
 Millennium Post6 days ago Farmers in Delhi Kisan Mandi to sell farm produce directly to consumers  Livemint.com5 days ago Kisan Mandi launched for small farmers to sell fruits, vegetables directly to bulk consumers  Domain-B5 days ago Small farmers to sell directly from new 'Kisan Mandi' in Delhi  Business Standard India6 days ago
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Tata Power Delhi Distribution awards scholarships to 1,000 SC & ST students

The distribution of scholarship is part of TPDDL's Affirmative Action Programme for upliftment of SC & ST communities New Delhi: In line with the Tata Group's Affirmative Action Programme, which aims at upliftment of Scheduled Caste and Scheduled ...
 Tata Group3 days ago

Veg prices likely to go up as HC stays scrapping of mandi tax

In a double whammy, after losing most of the apple and babugosha (William pear) crops, the farmers of Jammu & Kashmir would have to pay six per cent commission to aadhtis (middlemen) of Azadpur mandi for selling their produce. This is also likely ...
 Millennium Post3 days ago

Congress win in bypolls tells BJP it has to work to keep its promises

Fresh from Rajasthan bypoll win, PCC chief Sachin Pilot explains the surgical management that led to the victory, why those 3 seats matter nationally, and what the Congress did wrong in the LS polls. This Idea Exchange was moderated by Assistant ...
 Indian Express4 days ago

Farmers and consumers to come closer via Kisan Mandi

With one eye on weeding out the wholesale market middleman and the other on reducing information asymmetry between small farmers and consumers, the foundation stone for India's first Kisan Mandi (KM) was laid here on Thursday. Taking advantage of an ...
 Agron Food Processing5 days ago Kisan Mandi to bring farmers and consumers closer  Hindu Business Line6 days ago

Kisan Mandi to open direct selling window for farmers in Delhi

Deepak Sharma, a third-generation farmer in Jammu, will no longer have to pay steep commissions when he next visits Delhi to sell his produce, thanks to the new market in Alipur here. Agriculture Minister Radha Mohan Singh on Thursday laid the ...
 Business Standard India6 days ago

Govt wants fodder and khoya mandis deregulated

NEW DELHI: After deregulating vegetables last month, Delhi government has now proposed to deregulate khoya and fodder mandis. Both wholesale markets have been suffering losses for the past several years and officials said, with rapid urbanization of ...
 Times of India6 days ago
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