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Kendriya Bhandar under food quality scanner

Recently, few wheat samples were collected from a fair price shop which tested 'marginally safe'. A meeting was held with Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain where the emphasis was laid down on ensuring checks on these shops offering food items at subsidised ... India Today, 2 weeks ago

Government creating buffer stocks for pulses, onions

-rocketing prices of onions and pulses, the union Food and Consumer Affairs Ministry is taking steps to prepare timely import plans and also set up buffer stocks of these items, official sources said here on Monday. In a bid to control pulses ...
 Business Standard India2 weeks ago Government mulls growing pulses abroad  The Financial Chronicle1 month ago

Fresh buying seen in Chana, open interest up by 5.01%

Chana is getting support at 5553 and below same could see a test of 5497 level, and resistance is now likely to be seen at 5660, a move above could see prices testing 5711. May 09, 2016 14:21 MUMBAI: Chana on NCDEX settled up 0.47% at 5610 as ...
 CommodityOnline3 weeks ago
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India releases over 10,000 tonnes Pulses to 4 states

India has released 10,400 tonnes of tur and urad from its buffer stock for retail sale at subsidised rate of Rs 120/kg in Delhi, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Tamil Nadu. The govt will soon take a decision on an order pl.. 05 May 2016 ...
 CommodityOnline3 weeks ago Centre gives 10,000 tonnes of pulses to four States as prices skyrocket  Hindu Business Line3 weeks ago Centre gives 10K ton pulses to 4 states to sell at lower rate  Times of India3 weeks ago Centre gives 10,000 ton pulses to 4 states to sell at lower rate  Financial Express3 weeks ago

Centre to buy 15,000 tonne onion, sell 400 tonne pulses to control prices

The Centre on Wednesday decided to purchase around 15,000 tonnes of onion from farmers to push up the commodity's prices, which have been reeling at record lows. The government also started selling 400 tonnes of tur and urad in Delhi through SAFAL ...
 Smart Investor3 weeks ago Centre to buy 15,000 tonnes onion to control prices  Business Standard India3 weeks ago Govt to buy 15,000 tonnes of onions  The Financial Chronicle3 weeks ago States refuse to buy 500 tonnes imported pulses  The Financial Chronicle2 months ago
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