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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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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)

  • 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

  • Rising demand lifts chana futures by 1.43 per cent

    Rising demand lifts chana futures by 1.43 per cent Chana prices went up by 1.43 per cent to Rs 4,678 per quintal in futures trade Monday as participants expanded their positions, driven by rising demand in the spot market. On the National Commodity and Derivatives Exchange, chana for delivery in July was

  • Tur dal turns expensive as India, global demand rises

    Tur dal turns expensive as India, global demand rises Domestic as well as the international prices of tur have started moving upward as demand grew in India amid declining availability and concerns over monsoon rainfall. Myanmar will harvest its tur crop in June and has started quoting higher prices as

  • Low arrivals lifts pulses

    Low arrivals lifts pulses With the last phase of general elections scheduled in the region on May 19, the arrival of pulse seeds in Indore mandis has declined, thereby leading to a rise in prices. Moong gained ₹100 with moong (bold) rising to ₹6,300- 6,500 a quintal, while moong (medium) ruled at ₹5,500-5,800.

  • Low arrivals up chana

    Low arrivals up chana Amid weak arrival, chana in Indore mandis gained ₹100 with chana (kanta) on Tuesday rising to ₹4,300-₹4,325 a quintal, while chana (desi) ruled at ₹4,225 and chana (vishal) at ₹4,250-4,350 . 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. Amid weak domestic and