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World sugar exporters blame India, Pakistan and EU's subsidy programmes for weak prices, supply glut
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World sugar exporters blame India, Pakistan and EU's subsidy programmes for weak prices, supply glut

Global Sugar Alliance met in Geneva to discuss the degree to which subsidies provided and proposed by Pakistan, India and the EU contravene WTO rules

GST panel not in favour of sugar cess, mulls levying 1% tax on luxury goods instead to battle agrarian distress
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GST panel not in favour of sugar cess, mulls levying 1% tax on luxury goods instead to battle agrarian distress

The GST Council in its last meeting in May had constituted the GoM to look into the food ministry's proposal of imposition of cess of up to Rs 3 per kg on supply of sugar over and above 5 percent GST rate

Arrears to sugarcane farmers down by Rs 3,000 cr on govt's measures, says food minister Ram Vilas Paswan
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Arrears to sugarcane farmers down by Rs 3,000 cr on govt's measures, says food minister Ram Vilas Paswan

As per the government data, cane arrears soared to Rs 22,654 crore as on 1 June, which has come down to Rs 19,816 crore till 25 June.

GST Council refers sugar cess proposal to state FMs as govt needs funds to help loss-making cane farmers
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GST Council refers sugar cess proposal to state FMs as govt needs funds to help loss-making cane farmers

The GST Council on Friday decided to refer to a five-member committee of state finance ministers the proposal of levying a cess on sugar

9 Months Episode 10: Find out how to cook healthy and balance those nutrients
9 Months

9 Months Episode 10: Find out how to cook healthy and balance those nutrients

In this episode, we use various ingredients, dish up interesting, healthy recipes, and show you how to balance your sugar and salt intake.

Indian scientists find chalcone, a new anti-diabetic drug sourced from plants with faster response time
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Indian scientists find chalcone, a new anti-diabetic drug sourced from plants with faster response time

Chalcone, which is ubiquitously found in many plants, improves insulin sensitivity and reduces blood glucose levels in the same way as commercially available anti-diabetic drugs.

Demonetisation: Gujarat farmers warn of stopping milk supply; demand note-exchange at co-op banks
India

Demonetisation: Gujarat farmers warn of stopping milk supply; demand note-exchange at co-op banks

Farmers took out a protest rally in Surat on Saturday against the Reserve Bank's decision not to allow exchange or deposit of defunct notes at the district central co-operative banks and warned of stopping supply to Amul Milk co-operative if the restriction is not lifted in a week

Listen: Maroon 5, Kendrick Lamar's single 'Dont Wanna Know' debuts on iTunes
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Listen: Maroon 5, Kendrick Lamar's single 'Dont Wanna Know' debuts on iTunes

Adam Levine's band Maroon 5 created the song in collaboration with Kendrick Lamar

Govt mulls 25% tax on sugar exports amid drought in several regions
Business

Govt mulls 25% tax on sugar exports amid drought in several regions

Sugar output in India is expected to decline this year due to a drought in major growing regions

Sugar addiction is for real: New study reveals it is like being hooked on cocaine
World

Sugar addiction is for real: New study reveals it is like being hooked on cocaine

A new research has revealed that Sugar addiction is much like addiction to any other drug, said a report in The Telegraph. According to the study from Queensland University of Technology(QUT), withdrawal symptoms of chronic sugar consumption is similar to going cold turkey from drugs.

As India's cane crop wilts, risks grow for the global sugar market
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As India's cane crop wilts, risks grow for the global sugar market

Industry officials say thousands of hectares of cane have been damaged after India's first back-to-back drought in three decades

Sensex ends 151 points higher; sugar stocks spurt on likely export permit
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Sensex ends 151 points higher; sugar stocks spurt on likely export permit

Market breadth ended positive with 1,791 stocks advancing against 1,161 declines on BSE.

Govt ups sugar import duty to 40%, scraps excise on ethanol but millers still unhappy
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Govt ups sugar import duty to 40%, scraps excise on ethanol but millers still unhappy

Industry body ISMA said the decisions would help the millers only in the long run

Sugar in check: Kejriwal excited about returning to work after 12-day naturotherapy course
Politics

Sugar in check: Kejriwal excited about returning to work after 12-day naturotherapy course

Kejriwal said that he also visited a mid-day meal scheme run by ISCKON and was impressed with the way it was being run.

CCEA approves export subsidy on raw sugar for up to 1.4 million tonnes
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CCEA approves export subsidy on raw sugar for up to 1.4 million tonnes

The government today approved subsidy on export of up to 1.4 million tonnes of raw sugar in the ongoing 2014-15 marketing year

Food Min favours extending sugar export subsidy for upto 1.4 mln tons
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Food Min favours extending sugar export subsidy for upto 1.4 mln tons

Food Minister Ram Vilas Paswan today said his ministry is in favour of extending sugar export subsidy to only 1.4 million tonnes of raw sugar in the ongoing 2014-15 marketing year.

Daily probiotic pill could one day treat diabetes: study
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Daily probiotic pill could one day treat diabetes: study

A daily probiotic pill may one day help people control their diabetes, scientists say.

Pawar takes on Centre, Maharashtra govt, demands funds for sugar factories
Politics

Pawar takes on Centre, Maharashtra govt, demands funds for sugar factories

Supporting the lobby of sugar factories for their inability to give Fair and Remunerative Price (FRP) to sugarcane farmers, the NCP president Sharad Pawar on Thursday said that union and state government must take the issue seriously and provide the financial assistance to sugar factories for giving the FRP to farmers.