• Government to sell 2 lakh tonne tur dal in the open market from pulses stock

    Government to sell 2 lakh tonne tur dal in the open market from pulses stock The government has decided to sell 2 lakh tonnes of Tur dal to open market from the buffer stock of pulses. The government has a buffer stock of 11.53 million tonnes of pulses. In addition, a stock of 27.32 lakh tonnes of pulses is under PSS scheme with nafed. Altogether, 39 lakh tonnes of pulses are available with the government. Read More


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  • Centre to increase arhar dal import limit to 4 lakh tonnes

    Centre to increase arhar dal import limit to 4 lakh tonnes The government on Tuesday decided to raise the import limit on arhar dal to 4 lakh tonnes (LT) from the present 2 LT as there were media reports that the prices have gone up in the market. The decision was taken at an inter-ministerial meeting convened by Food and Public Distribution Minister Ram Vilas Paswan. Read More


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  • Sluggish trend in pulse continues

    Sluggish trend in pulse continues Amid weak physical demand from the millers, sluggish trend in pulses continued with tur (Maharashtra)quoted at ₹5,800-5,900 a quintal, while tur (Madhya Pradesh) ruled at ₹5,200-5,400. Tur dal (sawa no.) quoted at ₹7,200-7,300, tur dal (full) at ₹7,400-7,600, while tur mongar was quoted at ₹8,000-8,200. Moong (bold) quoted at ₹5,800-5,900, while moong (medium) ruled at ₹5,200-5,400. Moong dal (medium) quoted at ₹7,100-7,200, moong dal (bold) at ₹7,300-7,400, while moong mongar ruled at ₹7,800-7,900 . Read More


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  • Tur import limit doubled to 4 LT for pvt traders till Oct; NAFED to sell 2 LT from buffer: Government.

    Tur import limit doubled to 4 LT for pvt traders till Oct; NAFED to sell 2 LT from buffer: Government The Centre on Tuesday decided to raise the import limit on tur dal to 4 lakh tonne for private traders till October and asked cooperative Nafed to offload 2 lakh tonne of the lentil in the open market, a move aimed at checking possible price rise. A decision in this regard was taken at the inter-ministerial committee meeting chaired by Food Minister Ram Vilas Paswan. Read More


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  • Downtrend in chana continues

    Downtrend in chana continues The downtrend in chana and other pulse seeds continued on weak demand in pulses from the millers with chana (kanta)quoted at ₹4,300 a quintal, while chana (desi) ruled at ₹4,350 and chana (vishal) at ₹4,200-4,300. Chana dal (average) quoted at ₹5,200-5,300, chana dal (medium) at ₹5,400-5,500, while chana dal (bold) ruled at ₹5,600-5,700 . Compared with last week, chana dal is ruling at ₹200 a quintal lower. Read More


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  • Central Government takes a strong stand to control prices of pulses

    Central Government takes a strong stand to control prices of pulses This time, the government is monitoring the prices of pulses for control. There is no shortage of pulses in the country and the government is eyeing the prices. Some of the profiteers are charging profits by the scarcity of pulses, they will be made by the government. also read RBI: This percent will be retail inflation figure in April-September Currently the bumper stock As per the information received from sources, food supply and Consumer Affairs Minister Ram Vilas Paswan on Friday raised the issue of price rise of Arhar Dal at a press conference in Delhi, saying that the buffer stock has 14 lakh tonnes of pulses and also nafed has 20 Lakh tonnes of pulses. Even if they increase their prices, the government will take note of it. In the national capital and some other places, the price of Tur Dal has reached to Rs 94-95 per kilo. Read More


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  • Sluggish trend in pulses continues

    Sluggish trend in pulses continues Sluggish trend in pulse seeds and pulses continued on weak physical demand and buying support at the higher rate, with tur (Maharashtra) today being quoted at ₹6,000 a quintal, while tur (Madhya Pradesh) ruled at ₹5,300-Rs 5,500. The decline in tur also dragged its dal with tur dal (sawa no.) today being quoted at ₹7,300-7,400, tur dal (full) at ₹7,600-7,800 a quintal, while tur mongar was quoted at ₹8,200-8,400 a quintal respectively. Read More


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  • Chana declines on sluggish buying

    Chana declines on sluggish buying The decline in buying support at higher rates dragged chana down with chana (kanta) today being quoted at ₹4,350-75 a quintal, while chana (desi) ruled at ₹4,275 and chana (vishal) at ₹4,300-4,400. chana dal (average) quoted at ₹5,400-5,500, chana dal (medium) at ₹5,600-5,700, while chana dal (bold) ruled at ₹5,800-5,900 a quintal. Read More


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  • Weak demand drags chana

    Weak demand drags chana Weak demand at higher rates dragged chana prices down over the past week by ₹150-175 a quintal, with chana (kanta) quoted at ₹4,450-75 a quintal today, while chana (desi) ruled at ₹4,375 and chana (vishal) at ₹4,300-4,500. Chana dal (average) quoted at ₹5,500-5,600, chana dal (medium) at ₹5,700-5,800, while chana dal (bold) ruled at ₹5,900-6,000 a quintal. Read More


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  • Pulses import quota for processors likely to be raised.

    Pulses import quota for processors likely to be raised. The government may increase the pulses import quota for processors, said millers and traders. Lower supplies of tur in the domestic market and the global market have led to its prices firming up to Rs 100 a kg in the retail market. Prices of other pulses like urad dal and yellow peas were also bullish, they said. Read More


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