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Nov 22, 2017
MMTC to import 2,000 tonnes onion to check prices, says union minister Ram Vilas PaswanOnion prices have been under pressure since August, but they have now touched high level that the government is trying all means to improve the availability and control prices.
Nov 09, 2017
As onion, tomato prices shoot up in UP, Yogi Adityanath govt orders crackdown on hoarders, black marketersYogi Adityanath on Thursday asked officials to crack down on hoarders and black marketers who were responsible for the escalation of prices of onions and tomatoes in the market.
Nov 04, 2017
One year of demonetisation: Onion farmers in Nashik district are struggling to survive in cashless economyA year after the government replaced high-denomination currency notes with an aim to encourage a cashless economy, onion farmers in Nashik, India’s onion bowl, are finding themselves without money to make essential purchases.
Oct 17, 2017
Onion prices at Rs 50/kg: To curb further rise, govt extends stock holding limit until December 2017States have been requested to ensure the availability of onion for consumers at a reasonable price during the festival season, Ram Vilas Paswan said
Sep 14, 2017
WPI inflation accelerates to hit 4-month high of 3.24% in August, onion prices up 88.5%The last such high level of inflation was witnessed in April when the rate of price rise was 3.85 percent
Jun 28, 2017
Madhya Pradesh farmers block highway protesting delay in purchase of onion cropsUpset over the delay in purchase of onions on the MSP announced by the Madhya Pradesh government, farmers in Sehore blocked the Indore-Bhopal road
Jun 02, 2017
What exactly is the mysterious dark web and how it is different from the deep webDark web is something which is only an infinitesimally small and notorious part of an otherwise largely uncharted deep web.
Dec 01, 2016
Farmers attack market office in Hyderabad after feeling cheated by online procurement systemFarmers attacked the office of a market yard in Hyderabad on Thursday, alleging that they were being cheated through the online procurement system that was recently introduced.
Nov 19, 2016
Demonetisation impact: Vegetables, fruits trade halves in MumbaiBusiness at the market has gone down to 30-40 percent on a conservative estimate; traders feel it will take at least six months for normalcy to return
Nov 11, 2016
US, EU question India on its recent move to increase MSPs for Kharif cropsThe US has questioned India at the WTO on its move to increase minimum support prices (MSPs) for kharif crops in the current year and asked India to confirm whether one of its objectives is to limit imports of pulses.