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FCI to get one-time loan of Rs 45,000 crore
New Indian Express

FCI to get one-time loan of Rs 45,000 crore

For representational pupose (File | Reuters) NEW DELHI: Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) on Wednesday decided to exclude state governments and Union territories (with Legislature) except Arunachal Pradesh, Delhi, Kerala and Madhya ... New Indian Express, 4 days ago
Govt clears Rs 45,000 cr loan to FCI from NSSF Press Trust of India, 5 days ago
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Authorised agencies to onlylift foodgrains from FCI godowns: Kerala HC

KOCHI: The state government on Monday told the Kerala High Court that post implementation of National Food Security Act (NFSA), 2013, only an authorised agency defined under the Act could take delivery of foodgrains from FCI godown. In an ...
 New Indian Express6 days ago Only authorised agencies can lift foodgrains from FCI godowns, HC told  New Indian Express6 days ago
Deccan Chronicle

FCI food grain supply only via govt agencies: Kerala govt to HC

Kochi: The State government has informed the Kerala High Court that the delivery of food grains from the central government Food Corporation of India godown to entitled customers can only be through the civil supplies department or a ...
 Deccan Chronicle6 days ago Centre asks Kerala to buy grains at economic cost, FCI  Business Standard2 months ago
Times of India

Daltonganj farmers ignore FCI's SMS call for paddy sale

DALTONGANJ: Farmers are not responding to the SMSs sent to them by the Food Corporation of India (FCI) for selling their paddy at the minimum support price (MSP) centres. The officials had sent an SMS to 390 farmers till January 11, in response to ...
 Times of India1 week ago FCI procures paddy for first time from Hailakandi farmers  NetIndia123.com2 weeks ago
Indian Express

Low FCI stock affected foodgrains' supply: Minister

The state government today admitted that the supply chain management for import of foodgrains in the state was occasionally delayed due to less availability of foodgrains with the Food Corporation of India (FCI) and non-availability of load carriers ...
 Chandigarh Tribune1 week ago Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan asks Centre forhigher allocation of foodgrains for state  New Indian Express32 minutes ago Kerala seeks more foodgrains under Food Security Act  Hindu Business Line3 hours ago Kerala Chief Minister calls on Paswan, demands more foodgrains under NFSA  Indian Express6 hours ago
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FCi Federal Wins 2017 Future 50 Award from SmartCEO

ASHBURN, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- FCi Federal today announced it has been named a 2017 Future 50 Award winner in the large "Blue Chip" category by SmartCEO. The Future 50 Award recognizes the region's fastest growing mid-sized companies in two ...
 Benzinga.com1 week ago FCI FEDERAL : Wins 2017 Future 50 Award from SmartCEO  4 Traders1 week ago US Federal Business Opportunity: Department of Justice: Refurbish FCI La Tuna Switchgear  ITbriefing2 weeks ago
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Food Corpn slammed for not hiring dependents of deceased

VIJAYAWADA: Job applicants under the dependent of the deceased quota for Food Corporation of India (FCI) staged a protest demanding that the 25,000 vacancies under Class III and IV be filled by giving priority to the dependents of deceased as per ...
 New Indian Express3 weeks ago Wastage of food grains reduced  Prokerala1 month ago Quantity of wastage of foodgrains in FCI reduce to 3115 tons in 2015-16  Business Standard1 month ago Wastage of food grains reduced,  NetIndia123.com1 month ago
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FCI to sell last year's tur stocks through NCDEX platform

The remaining pulses would be sold through NCDEX e-Market (NeML),an arm of commodity bourse NCDEX. To dispose of the previous year's stocks in the open market, the government has allowed Food Corporation of India (FCI) to sell around 11,000 tonne ...
 Financial Express2 weeks ago
Financial Express

No demonetisation impact on FCI, rice procurement soars 17%

States such as Punjab, Haryana and Chhattisgarh, where procurement has been completed for the this season, have reported purchase by the agencies more than last year. (PTI) Demonetisation has not adversely impacted the rice procurement drive by ...
 Financial Express2 weeks ago Government to procure Kharif paddy till April 30  New Indian Express6 days ago India. Government to procure Kharif paddy till April 30  BlackSeaGrain.net5 days ago Paddy procurement slow in Palamu  New Delhi Pioneer1 week ago
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Talcher fertilizer plant to be revived with investment of Rs 8,700 crores

The Talcher Fertilizer Plant of the Fertiliser Corporation of India (FCI), closed in 2002 following heavy losses, would be revived with an investment of Rs 8,700 crore. Odisha chief secretary A P Padhi told newspersons that the Gas Authority of ...
 NetIndia123.com2 weeks ago Revival of FCI's Talcher fertilizer unit to be complete by Sep 20: Odisha Chief Secy  OdishaSunTimes.com2 weeks ago Talcher fertilizer plant revival by September 2020  New Indian Express2 weeks ago Namrup Unit-IV plant a non-starter  The Assam Tribune3 weeks ago
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