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India stresses on producing clean Spices at competitive prices
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- Singh for concerted efforts to produce clean spices at compe...

Concerted efforts are needed to produce clean spices at competitive prices in order to sustain India's share in world market, according to Union agriculture minister Radha Mohan Singh. The minister made this observation while inaugurating National ... FnBnews.com, 4 days ago
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Centre framing national spice policy to compete with world

Expressing concerns over adulterated spices in the market, government on Tuesday asked the producers and traders to focus more on quality, branding and packaging of the commodity to enhance its competitiveness in the world market. Addressing a ...
 Millennium Post5 days ago Govt working on national policy on spices  Press Trust of India5 days ago Government working on national policy on spices  CAclubindia4 days ago
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Fast food chains take the spice route to success

Assam’s ghost pepper is in the top ten of the world’s hottest chillies and scores over one million in Scoville Heat Unit, a measure of spiciness. NEW DELHI: Fast food's hot new offerings in India are all, literally, hot. Fries, burgers, wraps from ...
 Economic Times1 week ago
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How the aviation sector can benefit from a reformed SpiceJet

The way the traveller has benefited ever since commercial air travel was deregulated round the world with the advent of ‘open skies’, makes the gains accruing from competition self-evident. The rescue of budget carrier SpiceJet from impending demise by its original promoter, Ajay Singh, will certainly be good for airline travellers. A second exit from the sector, after that of Kingfisher Airlines, would have meant choice dwindling to virtually one, IndiGo, with only half choices ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

SpiceJets turbulence is far from over

The airline industry, the world over, is prone to spectacular booms and busts. That India is no exception is borne out by what has been happening to SpiceJet, a once-promising budget carrier that is now struggling to take off.
 Hindustan Times1 month ago
Med India

Afghan saffron pickers offer alternative to opium crop

Saffron cultivation needs lots of land and a lot of labour, but the world`s most expensive spice might be an economic lifeline for Afghanistan with international financial support set to fall in the coming years. In the western province of Herat, elderly ...
 Zee News1 month ago Saffron Pickers in Afghanistan Offer Alternative to Opium Crop  Med India1 month ago

Saffron, world's most expensive spice now even costlier, may cross Rs 2 lakh/kg

Kashmir is India's only saffron producing centre. NEW DELHI: It's almost as costly as gold and as lucrative a commodity to smuggle. The rich and the blueblooded around the world have loved it for millennia. The richest country in the world, the United States, ...
 Economic Times2 months ago Saffron - The costliest spice on earth is always in hot demand  Economic Times2 months ago

Bamboo Roof for historical Pattanam

Recent archaeological excavations at Pattanam to study Kerala's ancient Spice Route links with rest of the world will get a biennale flavour with architecture students from India and Spain jointly building a bamboo roof at the second Kochi-Muziris ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
Hindustan Times

VIPs spice up jails Inside the world of celebrity prisoners

From J Jayalalithaa to Asaram and Subrata Roy to Rampal people who we thought law couldnt touch have landed on the cold hard floor of prisons across the country
 Hindustan Times1 month ago
One India

Saffron crop fails, price up by 80 pc

More than 70 per cent of Kashmir's saffron cash crop, one of the costliest spices of the world, has lost its purple bloom this season due to the hostile weather. Its prices have increased 60 to 80 per cent. To optimise revenues, trade representatives say, ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago Kashmir's meagre saffron production spikes prices  Prokerala2 months ago
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