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Retail Prices Of Pulses On Declining Trend: Food Secretary

India Pulses and Grains Association (IPGA) has expressed shock over the stock limits imposed on the stakeholders and sought immediate withdrawal of the order.

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Govt Says Retail Prices Of Tur, Moong Dal And Urad On Declining Trend

Retail price of moong dal has remained unchanged at Rs 100 per kg since the beginning of the year, the data showed.

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IFFCO To Sell Old Stock Of Non-Urea Fertiliser At Earlier Rates

Retail prices of non-urea fertilisers such as DAP, MoP and NPK are decontrolled and are determined by manufacturers, while the Centre gives them fixed subsidy each year.

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India Exports 87,000 Tons Of Onion In Jan-Feb After Ban Lifted

The All India average retail prices of onion in December 2020 was Rs 44.33 per kg, whereas during January and February 2021 the prices have been Rs 38.59 per kg and Rs 44.08 per kg, respectively

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Retail Inflation For Industrial Workers Eases To 5.63 % In August

Retail inflation measured in terms of the Consumer Price Index for Industrial Workers (CPI-IW) is the benchmark for working out dearness allowance for central government employees and dearness relief for pensioners.

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Imran Hussain reviews retail price of essential commodities in Delhi

Imran Hussain reviews retail price of essential commodities in Delhi

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Onion Prices Spike In Bangladesh After India Bans Exports

Retail prices of the root vegetable, a staple of subcontinental cuisine, jumped in Dhaka to 90 taka to 100 taka ($1.06 to $1.18) per kg on Tuesday, from 60 taka on Monday and 30 taka at the beginning of the month.

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Amazon Orders 1,800 Mercedes-Benz Electric Vans For European Deliveries

The order is the largest for Mercedes-Benz's electric vehicles to date and includes 800 vans for Germany and 500 for the United Kingdom.

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