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India To Gift 75,000 MT Of Wheat To Afghanistan: Envoy

The envoy also spoke about cooperation between India and ARCS including financial assistance for the treatment of Afghan children suffering from congenital heart disease.

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Farmers Should Be Key Stakeholders In Coffee Value Chain: Goyal

India ranks as the fifth-largest producer and exporter of coffee globally and is emerging as a major coffee consuming country.

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IFFCO Slashes Rates Of DAP, NPK Fertilisers By Rs 50 Per Bag

The change will be applicable with immediate effect across the country, he said at the first India International Cooperatives Trade Fair being held here from October 11 to 13.

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India's 2019 Soybean Output Could Drop 18% On Excessive Rain: Trade Body

The crop was badly affected in low-lying areas of Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and Rajasthan due to water-logging.

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India May Restrict Imports Of Palm Oil, Other Goods From Malaysia: Sources

New Delhi is looking for ways to limit palm oil imports and may place restrictions on other goods from the country, said a government source.

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Now, Tomato Price Soar To Rs 80 Per Kg In Delhi

However, the price of onions has come down marginally and is now hovering around Rs 60 per kg in the national capital.

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Govt Bans Onion Exports As Prices Stay Elevated

In June, India withdrew 10 per cent export incentives on onions after prices started to rise due to dwindling supplies.

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India's 2019-20 Soymeal Exports Could Fall 28.6%: Analyst Mielke

Mielke also said that India's soymeal exports are likely to fall depending on soybean production remaining normal in south America, where weather conditions look good.

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India's Palm Oil Imports Could Hit Record On Rising Demand: Analyst

Higher imports may help support benchmark Malaysian palm oil prices that in July hit their lowest level in nearly four years and are struggling to recover due to weak export demand.

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Onion Prices To Calm Down In Next Few Days: Tomar

The centre has a buffer stock of 56,000 tonnes of onion, of which 16,000 tonnes has been offloaded so far.

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Agriculture: Ploughing Ahead

A BW Businessworld exclusive on how technology is unlocking value for even India’s small and marginal farmers.

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India's August Palm Oil Imports Jump To 11-month High: Trade Body

New Delhi imported 852,534 tonnes of palm oil in August, the highest since September 2018, the Solvent Extractors' Association of India (SEA) said in a statement.

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Drought, Floods Could Slash Indian Sugar Output To Three-year Low: Trade Body

India's sugar output could fall 20 per cent from a year earlier to 26.3 million tonnes in the 2019/20 marketing year starting from Oct. 1, said Prakash Naiknavare, managing director of the National Federation of Cooperative Sugar Factories Ltd (NFCSF).

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Indian Trade Body Cuts Cotton Exports Estimate

India is expected to have produced 31.2 million bales in the current marketing year ending on September 30, down 14.5 per cent from a year ago, the Cotton Association of India (CAI) said.

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India's August Oilmeal Exports Tumble 73% - Industry Body

Oilmeal exports fell 23 per cent to 1.01 million tonnes in the first five months of the current marketing year that began in April.

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