• Chana futures slide 1.46% on profit-booking

    Chana futures slide 1.46% on profit-booking Chana prices moved down by 1.46 per cent to Rs 3,440 per quintal in futures trade today as speculators booked profits at prevailing levels amid easing demand at the spot market. At the National Commodity and Derivatives Exchange, chana for delivery in the current month fell by Rs 51, or 1.46 […]

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  • Kabuli gram, other pulses climb up to Rs 400/qtl

    Kabuli gram, other pulses climb up to Rs 400/qtl Select pulses led by kabuli gram spurted by up to Rs 400 per quintal at the wholesale pulses market today on brisk buying by stockists, driven by pick up in demand from dal mills and retailers. Traders said, increased buying by stockists following upsurge in demand from dal mills and retailers against tight stocks […]

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  • Select pulses rise on stockists’ buying

    Select pulses rise on stockists' buying New Delhi, Jun 18 Select pulses led by masoor rose by up to Rs 200 per quintal at the wholesale pulses market today on emergence of stockists’ buying following uptick in demand from dal mills and retailers. Traders’ buying driven by pick up in demand from dal mills and […]

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  • Rising demand lifts chana futures by 1.03%

    Rising demand lifts chana futures by 1.03% Chana prices rose by 1.03 per cent to Rs 3,440 per quintal in futures trade today as participants created fresh positions amid rising demand from dal mills at the spot market. Besides, tight stock positions following drop in arrivals from producing regions also fuelled the uptrend. Read more

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  • Gram, its dal move up in mixed trend

    Gram, its dal move up in mixed trend New Delhi, Jun 14 () In a mixed pattern of trading, gram and its dal prices edged up by up to Rs 100 per quintal at the wholesale pulses market in the national capital today on scattered demand from dal mills. However, arhar and masoor ended lower […]

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  • Spot Market Update: Chana Trades Higher On Weak Kharif Pulses Sowing

    Spot Market Update: Chana Trades Higher On Weak Kharif Pulses Sowing Weak sowing trend of kharif pulses has supported chana prices in local mandies amid poor arrivals. The spot prices were trading in the range of Rs 3550-3600 per quintal with total arrivals of just 12 motors. As per latest data compiled by Ministry of […]

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  • 31.91 lakh tonnes of pulses, oilseeds procured

    31.91 lakh tonnes of pulses, oilseeds procured New Delhi, June 14 (IANS) National Agricultural Cooperative Marketing Federation (Nafed) has procured 31.91 lakh tonnes of pulses and oilseeds in 2017-18, benefitting over 20 lakh farmers, an official statement said on Thursday. Money was directly transferred to farmers’ accounts and Nafed is expected to earn profit this […]

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  • Pulses: Focus on expanding demand

    Pulses: Focus on expanding demand. The government seems to be at its wit’s end in addressing the issues confronting the pulses market. New Delhi finds itself in an awkward position of having to face growers’ ire despite a spate of policy interventions that have had little impact on farm-gate prices. Pulse growers continue to suffer […]

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  • Madhya Pradesh-like scheme for tur, gram to cost Maharashtra Rs 250 crore.

    Madhya Pradesh-like scheme for tur, gram to cost Maharashtra Rs 250 crore MUMBAI: The state government will require Rs 250 crore to implement a cabinet decision to give Rs 1,000 per quintal subsidy to tur and gram farmers whose produce it could not buy. Similar to the Bhavantar Bhugtan scheme implemented in Madhya Pradesh, the […]

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  • Maharashtra to provide financial aid to tur farmers

    Maharashtra to provide financial aid to tur farmers. The Maharashtra government would provide financial grant of Rs 1,000 per quintal to those farmers whose tur and gram could not be purchased by the administration before the May 31 deadline, chief minister Devendra Fadnavis has said after the state cabinet meet. “The government has taken an […]

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