Nanda Kasabe

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Onion prices unlikely to rise

Reason: Rain-affected rabi crop cannot be stored for longer period

Onion prices unlikely to rise

CCI puts global tender for cotton sale on back burner

Decides to focus on domestic market, starts releasing 75,000 bales a day

CCI puts global tender for cotton sale on back burner

Nitin Gadkari, Sharad Pawar to meet FM Arun Jaitley to seek relief for sugar sector

Union minister of road transport, highways and shipping Nitin Gadkari...

Nitin Gadkari, Sharad Pawar to meet FM Arun Jaitley to seek relief for sugar sector

Maharashtra farmer organisations on warpath, but cane workers in celebratory mood

While farmer organisations in Maharashtra are up in arms against sugar mills...

Maharashtra farmer organisations on warpath, but cane workers in celebratory mood

Arun Jaitley to assess impact of sugar sector demands

As the crisis in the sugar sector continues, finance minister Arun Jaitley is learnt to have asked his ministry...

Arun Jaitley to assess impact of sugar sector demands

Sugar industry meets Arun Jaitley, wants FCI to buy 21 lakh MT to enable easier FRP for farmers

With the crushing season almost coming to an end, sugar mills across the country are grappling with the issue of Fair and Remunerative Price...

Sugar industry meets Arun Jaitley, wants FCI to buy 21 lakh MT to enable easier FRP for farmers

CCI halts procurement as cotton prices move up

The Cotton Corporation of India ( CCI) has halted its procurement drive for the time being as prices have gone up recently...

CCI halts procurement as cotton prices move up

Rains likely to hit grape exports

Grape exports from Maharashtra to the European Union are expected to reduce this season to 34,000 tonne from...

Rains likely to hit grape exports

Record sugar output & record FRP arrears for Maha this season

Even as Maharashtra is likely to see record sugar production, FRP arrears of sugar mills to farmers are expected to hit an all-time high...

Record sugar output & record FRP arrears for Maha this season

Despite rains, tomato farmers in Maharashtra expect good crop

Tomato farmers in Maharashtra are looking forward to a good crop this year. They are hoping to auction some 1,200-1,500 tonne...

Despite rains, tomato farmers in Maharashtra expect good crop

Cane arrears touch Rs 3k-cr mark in Maharashtra

Cane arrears in Maharashtra are mounting up. The arrears in the state have touched the R3,000-crore mark leaving millers a worried lot.

Cane arrears touch Rs 3k-cr mark in Maharashtra

CCI procurement slows as cotton prices increase

Cotton prices have improved by R500-700 per bale in the past week leading to weaker procurement by the Cotton Corporation of India...

CCI procurement slows as cotton prices increase

Onion arrives in markets, bumper crop hopes ruined

After a week- long gap, Lasalgaon — the country’s largest wholesale market for the edible bulb — saw early rabi onion...

Onion arrives in markets, bumper crop hopes ruined

Indian wines go global, keep spirits high at German fair

Indian wine is beginning to gain a foothold in international market through trade fairs.

Indian wines go global, keep spirits high at German fair

Burger King to spice up global market with Indian menu

Burger King International Miami and Burger King APAC could soon be exploring the possibility to include some Indian offerings abroad, says Burger King India CEO Raj Varman.

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Cheers! Record port wine production expected this year

According to India Grape Processing Board, the total wine production this season could touch 100 lakh litres. Of which 30 lakh litres would be table wines or port wines.

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Mango exports get off to a great start this season

Mango exports from Maharashtra have got off to a great start this season as around 14 tonne have already been exported to Europe...

Mango exports get off to a great start this season

Maharashtra sugar mills fall short on margins

A short margin crisis happened due to the dip in sugar prices, which have fallen to R2,175 per quintal. Besides, Maharashtra State Cooperative Bank has already lowered valuations to R2,200 per quintal on March 20

Maharashtra sugar mills fall short on margins

CCI lowers cotton production estimates on weaker demand

The cotton season is almost coming to a close. Based on weak arrivals of cotton and low sales, the cotton corporation of India (CCI) believes that...

CCI lowers cotton production estimates on weaker demand

Maharashtra sugar mills may cough up FRP arrears of Rs 300 cr by this week-end

The Maharashtra government expects sugar mills to cough up fair and remunerative price (FRP) payment dues to the tune of Rs 300 crore...

Maharashtra sugar mills may cough up FRP arrears of Rs 300 cr by this week-end

Maharashtra sugar mills still await subsidy claims for 2007-09

Sugar mills in Maharashtra are hoping for some succour with raw sugar export subsidy claims made for 2013-14...

Maharashtra sugar mills still await subsidy claims for 2007-09

Sugar exports may be hit by weak Brazil currency

A weak Brazilian currency coupled with reports of a bumper crop and a glut in the world market could affect Indian sugar exports...

Sugar exports may be hit by weak Brazil currency

Maharashtra continues to mount pressure on sugar mills

Till date, mills have made FRP payments of R7,600 crore while dues of R2,600 crore are pending

Maharashtra continues to mount pressure on sugar mills

Bumper rabi onion crop likely

RP Gupta, director, NHRDF, says around 80% of the late kharif crop has already been harvested

Bumper rabi onion crop likely

Sugar prices at all-time low in Maharashtra

Banks forced to revalue pledge, working capital loans

Sugar prices at all-time low in Maharashtra

CCI likely to touch 2009 procurement record of 89 lakh bales, may exceed

This season, Cotton Corporation of India (CCI) is likely to meet or even cross the record procurement figure of 2009, when it had purchased 89 lakh bales.

CCI likely to touch 2009 procurement record of 89 lakh bales, may exceed

Grape crushing to start as Maha rolls back duty on wine transfer

After the Maharashtra government agreed to withdraw its notification imposing 100% excise on bulk transfer of wine, the grape...

Grape crushing to start as Maha rolls back duty on wine transfer