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Take your pick: Tomato prices at par with the king of fruits
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Take your pick: Tomato prices at par with the king of fruits

The rates of tomato have increased to Rs 60-80 per kg in the city’s vegetable markets. The rates have increased so much that they are now at par with the rates of several varieties of mangoes too. Till June end the rate of tomato was about Rs 20-30 per ... DNA, 2 weeks ago

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Financial Express, 6 months ago
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Onset of monsoon leads to sky high vegetable prices

The onset of the monsoon has led to prices of vegetables and fruits hitting the roof. Tomatoes have become especially expensive at Rs 70 per kg in the retail market, ensuring that it is fast going beyond the reach of the common man. Wholesalers in the Azadpur ...
 DNA3 weeks ago
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Maharashtra farmers return to mandis

Striking farmers in Maharashtra have resumed supply of commodities after positive response from the state Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis for their loan waiver.A group of farmers' representatives met with Fadnavis on Sunday and, according to members of ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Striking Maharashtra farmers return to mandis, onion supply still low  Business Standard1 month ago

Govt making speedy efforts to reform agri-mkts: Agri Min

Agriculture Minister Radha Mohan Singh today said farmers are not getting right price in view of bumper crop, but the government is making speedy efforts to reform agri-markets and ensure better realisation for growers. Since agriculture is a state subject, a ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 week ago
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'Demonetisation was a destructive distraction'

'If the government had not spent an incredible amount of energy on demonetisation it may -- may, because it had not done anything the previous six months either -- have been able to pay attention to the deeper problems of low investment and job creation.' Dr C Rammanohar Reddy, the economist who edited the Economic and Political Weekly for 12 years, is the author of the widely acclaimed book, Demonetisation and Black Money. Dr Reddy tells Rediff.com's Prasanna D Zore in an email interview how ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Drought or good monsoon, no full stops for farm distress

The neglect and apathy towards agriculture has led farmers in India to face distress in both situations – good monsoon and drought. If drought brings crop losses, a normal monsoon after two years of consecutive drought has brought cheer to ruling party ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago
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Why MP's stellar show in farm sector has turned a nightmare

Without strong storage facilities, bumper harvest has resulted in price crash Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan’s stellar achievements in agriculture - successive years of double-digit growth since 2011-12 - have turned sour. The same farmers whom the state feted not so long back are now questioning the state’s policies and their impact on the ground. The escalating protests resulted in police firing on farmers on Tuesday, killing five. G S Kaushal, former ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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Mandsaur killings the result of MP govt pitting RSS farmers vs the rest?

Five protesting farmers were allegedly killed in police firing in Madhya Pradesh's Mandsaur district on Tuesday. While the MP government initially denied that the deaths were due to firing by the state police or CRPF, it later admitted that the police "may ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago Farmer protests spread across MP; Centre rushes 1,100 RAF personnel  Rediff.com1 month ago 5 killed as farmers' protest in MP's Mandsaur turns violent  Rediff.com1 month ago 3 dead in violence during farmers' stir in MP's Mandsaur, curfew imposed  Deccan Herald1 month ago
DNA

Police stations in Lutyens Delhi don't have CCTVs, reveals RTI

None of the police stations in the New Delhi district of Delhi Police which includes the entire Lutyens zone, have CCTV cameras installed in them. The situation remains so, despite a number of protests and agitations witnessed every day by the district that ...
 DNA1 month ago

Five nabbed with 222 pouches of liquor

STATE TIMES NEWS KATHUA: Police on Wednesday arrested five bootleggers and recovered 222 pouches of liquor from their possession. According to a report, a party of Police Post Hatli acting on a specific information laid a Naka at Barmora near Fruit Mandi, ...
 State Times2 months ago
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