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Cotton prices may remain firm around Rs 115

Increasing likelihood of a lower output next year reinforces the rate expectations further The Cotton Association of India (CAI) in its monthly report on March 9, has pegged cotton crop at 36.2 million bales for 2017-18, down 500,000 bales from the previous ... The Financial Chronicle, 3 weeks ago

Higher surplus could pressure sugar prices even lower

In the wake of a bloated domestic surplus, India recently scrapped a 20 per cent sugar export tax and allowed millers exporting sugar this season to import raw sugar duty-free for the following two seasons through September 2021. The move is expected to ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 weeks ago
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Congress Plenary session updates: Modi means 'the collusion between India's biggest crony capitalists and the PM of India: Rahul Gandhi

The UPA is gearing up to uncover the party's political strategies and is setting a roadmap for the next five years at its plenary session. This plenary session will last for two-days that started yesterday in Delhi. Today it is the final and last plenary ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago
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Sugar stocks tumble again as excess supply weighs

Excess supply of sugar in the market and the resultant fall in prices continue to weigh on sugar stocks on the Indian bourses. Several stocks in the sugar space have hit fresh 52-week lows, extending recent losses. Balrampur Chini Mills tops the list of ...
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'Dalit vote will divide in 2019'

'Modi is the first BJP leader to try to include Dalits in its fold.''But the rank and file of his party is backward and want to bash up Muslims and Dalits whenever they have a chance.' In Raisina Model: Indian Democracy at 70, his new book, the British economist and peer Meghnad Desai discusses the journey the country he was born in has taken so far. Like many former British colonies, Lord Desai notes, India adopted the Westminster Model, but it 'Indianised it into the Raisina Model'.
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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