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  • Deadline for urad imports extended till Apr 30th, 2020

    Deadline for urad imports extended till Apr 30 New Delhi, March 3 The Commerce and Industry Ministry on Tuesday extended the deadline for import of additional 2.5 lakh tonne of urad lentil till April 30 this year. The directorate general of foreign trade (DGFT) in a trade notice said that

  • IPGA Coverage Dossier – TPC 2020

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  • Remove curbs on peas, urad imports to meet shortage of pulses: IPGA

    Remove curbs on peas, urad imports to meet shortage of pulses: IPGA IN VIEW of a likely shortage of some varieties of pulses, industry body IPGA recently demanded that the Government remove restrictions on import of peas and urad (black gram). Presently, import duty on peas is 50 per cent.

  • Ease pulses import curbs: IPGA

    Ease pulses import curbs: IPGA Pulses body petitions govt for help as rains, floods have hit output The government should remove restrictions on pulses imports as there is major shortfall in production in kharif season on account of heavy rains and floods, said India Pulses and Grains Association (IPGA) on

  • IPGA announces The Pulses Conclave 2020

    IPGA announces The Pulses Conclave 2020 India Pulses and Grains Association (IPGA), the nodal body for India’s pulses trade and industry today announced that the 5th edition of The Pulses Conclave (TPC 2020), their biennial global pulses conference will be held from February, 12 - 14, 2020 at Amby Valley

  • Remove curbs on peas, urad imports to meet shortage of pulses: IPGA

    Remove curbs on peas, urad imports to meet shortage of pulses: IPGA New Delhi, Jan 9 (PTI) In view of a likely shortage of some varieties of pulses, industry body IPGA on Thursday demanded that the government remove restrictions on import of peas and urad (black gram). Presently, import duty

  • Remove curbs on peas, urad imports to meet shortage of pulses: IPGA

    Remove curbs on peas, urad imports to meet shortage of pulses: IPGA In view of a likely shortage of some varieties of pulses, industry body IPGA on Thursday demanded that the government remove restrictions on import of peas and urad (black gram). Presently, import duty on peas is 50 per cent. On

  • India Pulses And Grains Association announces ‘The Pulses Conclave 2020’

    India Pulses And Grains Association announces 'The Pulses Conclave 2020' India Pulses And Grains Association announces 'The Pulses Conclave 2020' READ MORE

  • Remove curbs on peas, urad imports to meet shortage of pulses: IPGA

    Remove curbs on peas, urad imports to meet shortage of pulses: IPGA New Delhi, Jan 9 () In view of a likely shortage of some varieties of pulses, industry body IPGA on Thursday demanded that the government remove restrictions on import of peas and urad (black gram). READ MORE  

  • Remove curbs on peas, urad imports: IPGA

    Remove curbs on peas, urad imports: IPGA Industry body Indian Pulses and Grains Association (IPGA) on January 9 said that the government should remove restrictions on import of peas and urad. The Ministry of Commerce last month levied Rs 200 per kg as minimum import price (MIP) on peas. READ