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AAP govt bought onions at Rs 18/kg and sold to Delhiites at Rs 30/kg: RTI replies
India Today

AAP govt bought onions at Rs 18/kg and sold to Delhiites at Rs...

The National Agricultural Cooperative Marketing Federation of India Limited (Nafed) questions the AAP government where has profit margin on 25 lakh kg onion gone, hints at bungling. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. It's really a ... India Today, 2 weeks ago

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Financial Express

Cabinet clears proposal to reimburse Rs 113.4 cr to NAFED, PEC, STC, MMTC over losses

During 2006-11, the government had mandated STC, MMTC, PEC and NAFED to import 1.5 million tonne of pulses per annum out of which 50% was to be yellow peas and distribute them in the market at a discount (subsidy) up to 15% depending upon market ...
 Financial Express1 month ago Reimbursement of losses incurred by NAFED, PEC, STC and MMTC for import of pulses and sold in the domestic market under the 15 percent reimbursement Scheme  Business Standard1 month ago Cabinet approves proposal to reimburse losses incurred by NAFED, PEC  India Infoline1 month ago
New Indian Express

Govt to pay state traders Rs 113 cr for import losses

The centre has decided to compensate state-run tra­ders like MMTC, STC, PEC and cooperative Nafed that incurred losses in import of pulses during 2006-11. The Union cabinet at a meeting chaired by prime minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday cleared a food ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago Govt to pay agencies Rs 113.40 cr for losses on pulses import  Business Standard1 month ago Governement To Pay Agencies Rs 113.40 Crore For Losses On Pulses Import  Silicon India1 month ago Government to Pay Agencies Rs 113.40 Crore for Losses on Pulses Import  New Indian Express1 month ago
Money Today

Nafed, Kejriwal govt fight over onion

Consumers continued to buy onions at Rs 50-70 a kg on Wednesday amid indications that the Arvind Kejriwal government allegedly goofed up in communication with cooperative Nafed, which was ready to deliver enough affordable Nashik onions to the city. The Delhi ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago Delhi govt ignored warning on onion price rise: Nafed  Money Today1 month ago NAFED should not allow misleading statements on onion prices: Kejriwal govt  Zee News1 month ago Nafed: Kejriwal govt ignored warning over onion prices  India Today1 month ago

Haryana to buy 1,000 tonnes onion from NAFED

government today said it will purchase 1,000 tonnes of onion from cooperative NAFED at a price not exceeding Rs 30 per kg. Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar directed state-owned Hafed to place an indent with National Agricultural Cooperative Marketing ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
Ani News

AAP demands probe against NAFED for onion price hike

Aug 24, 5:18 pm New Delhi, Aug. 24 ( ANI ): The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Monday demanded an inquiry into the functioning of National Agricultural Cooperative Marketing Federation of India Ltd. (NAFED), and said that latter's job is to ...
 Ani News1 month ago

Probe NAFED's onion purchase not benefiting Delhi: AAP

New Delhi, Aug 24 (IANS): The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Monday demanded a probe into NAFED excluding the national capital from the list of cities that benefited from the supply of onions at reasonable prices. Cooperative body NAFED undertakes the purchase, ...
 Daiji World1 month ago AAP alleges 'irregularities' by NAFED in procuring onions  Business Standard1 month ago Probe NAFEDs onion purchase not benefiting Delhi: AAP  Nerve1 month ago
New Indian Express

NAFED Floats New Tender to Import of 10K Tonnes Onion

NEW DELHI: Cooperative NAFED has re-invited bids for import of 10,000 tonnes of onions from countries like Pakistan, China and Egypt after it failed to attract any supplier in the previous tender. Onion prices are on rise due to mismatch in supply ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago Onion prices soar to Rs 80/kg, NAFED floats new tender  Millennium Post1 month ago Govt feels onion heat, asks MMTC to import 10,000 tonnes  Money Control1 month ago NAFED floats new tender to import 10,000 tonnes onion  Money Control1 month ago
Financial Express

Banks close in on Nafed over failure to pay Rs 1,750 cr dues

What did Nafed in was its 2006 decision to become a guarantor to unsecured loans of R3,900 crore availed by 29 private companies for undertaking exports in agricultural and non-agricultural items. (PTI) The National Agricultural Cooperative ...
 Financial Express1 month ago
Indian Express

NAFED seeks Delhi LG's intervention for sale of cheaper onion

per kg. NAFED said it has procured 2,500 tonnes of onion on behalf of the Central government under the Price Stablisation Fund. The stock was meant for sale in Delhi retail markets to check prices, which has risen up to Rs 50-60/kg. However, the cooperative ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Delhi government did not buy when onions were cheaper  Prokerala1 month ago Delhi government did not buy onions at Rs 19: Nafed  Economic Times1 month ago 'Delhi government did not buy when onions were cheaper'  News Chennai Online1 month ago
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