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Neighbour kills Rautahat elderly over cattle grazing row

An elderly was murdered by his neighbour in Rautahat over cattle grazing on lentil crops on Monday. Sherfollow Tamang of Chandrapur Municipality-8 of the district killed his neighbour Man Bahadur Waiba (62) by hitting his head with a lathi, police said. Himalayan times, 2 hours ago

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India lifts five-decade-old ban on lentil linked to paralysis

New Delhi, January 19 India is lifting a five-decade-old ban on a type of lentil that has been linked to nerve damage and paralysis, in a desperate attempt by PM Narendra Modi to cut legume imports and make the nation self-sufficient in the ...
 Himalayan Times2 weeks ago India lifts ban on pulse linked to paralysis as PM Narendra Modi seeks self-sufficiency  Economic Times2 weeks ago Govt clears 3 varieties of khesari lentil banned since 1961  Livemint.com2 weeks ago India Lifts Ban on Paralysis-Causing Lentils  Malaysia MSN2 weeks ago
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India develops three pulses varieties to cut imports, curb prices

Every year Indians consume about 22 million tonnes of lentils India has developed three lentil varieties of a particular strain that was banned five decades ago amid concerns that it led to nerve damage and paralysis, a move aimed at stepping up local supplies to curb domestic prices and cut imports.The government-backed Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) has developed the lentil, popularly called pulses, variety after India agreed to lift a five-decade-old ban on the grade.The new ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago India develops three lentil varieties to cut imports, curb prices  Yahoo! Finance2 weeks ago India develops 3 lentil varieties to cut imports, curb prices  Money Control2 weeks ago
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The Hindu

A beautiful pea green dal

The plebeian thuvar dal is quite something else when it is green and fresh We are all familiar with pigeon pea lentils or thuvar dal as it is better known. But, how many of us actually give a thought to the pigeon-pea plant? I know I haven't. I ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago
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Dal Mein Kuchh Kala? Government Ends A Lentil Ban, Congress Opposes

In an attempt to cut legume imports, the government has reportedly decided to lift a five-decade-old ban on a type of lentil that has been linked to nerve damage and paralysis. Hit by back-to-back droughts for the first time in over three decades, ...
 NDTV2 weeks ago
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More dal imports on govt table to cool prices

New Delhi:- The government is examining the need to import more lentils to boost domestic supply even as it keeps a tab on imported pulses lying idle at ports and prices continue to rule at up to Rs 178 per kg. The Commerce Ministry today held a meeting with ...
 State Times2 months ago Govt likely to import more pulses to check prices  Business Line2 months ago CCEA okays creation of buffer stock of pulses  Economic Times2 months ago
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Rising food prices push retail inflation to 4 month high

Retail inflation in India has slowed sharply, but a surge in prices of items like lentils threatens the popularity of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, whose party lost elections in India's third-most populous state on Sunday.
 Money Control2 months ago Boomtime for fuel smugglers in Nepal  MENAFN1 week ago India's retail, wholesale inflation both move up in November  Deccan Herald1 month ago Food, fuel prices skyrocketing in Nepal due to blockade: UN  Deccan Herald1 month ago

Over 4,660 tons seized pulses offloaded in open mkt: Govt

The prices of lentils are continuing to rule higher up to Rs 190 per kg in most retail markets despite several measures taken by the government including action against hoarders, stock holding limits on traders and importers among others.
 Money Control2 months ago Govt offloads over 93,500 tons of seized pulses in retail mkts  Business Standard1 month ago

Two held for hoarding goods for black marketing

Police on Thursday arrested two employees of a lentil factory for their alleged involvement in black marketing of various food products. Accountant Shashikant Yadav (34), a permanent resident of Malangawa-1 of Sarlahi district, and another staffer Ranjit ...
 Himalayan times1 month ago How to Go Undercover in Bangladesh's Organ Black Market  Dhaka Tribune1 week ago
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Retail inflation probably edged up for fifth month in December

Retail inflation has been picking up since August, mainly due to a surge in prices of items like lentils (Photo: Pixabay) Consumer prices likely rose 5.6 percent in December from a year earlier. New Delhi: Consumer inflation probably edged up for the fifth ...
 Asian Age3 weeks ago
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