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Hurun India Art List: Anish Kapoor tops the 2019 list with total sale at Rs 168 crore

While West Bengal is the origin of majority of the artists on the list, New Delhi is undeniably the most preferred city to pursue their careers

Anish Kapoor tops the 2019 list with total sale at Rs 168 crore (Twitter image) News

Agriculture prices to fall 2.6% this year, says World Bank

Says estimated to rebound in 2020 due to lower crop production and higher costs for energy and fertilisers

Agriculture prices, World Bank, food prices,  commodity prices, Global consumption, USDA, Global output  News

Ginger output likely to be higher in 2019-20

Wayanad and surrounding areas in Kerala, which accounted for bulk crop in the 90s, have seen ginger farming coming down rapidly due to labour shortage and higher input cost.

ginger, ginger production, agriculture sector, agriculture industry News

El Nino effect! Monsoon rains expected to get delayed

Joseph cites historical data where the occurrence of El Nino causes delay in the northward movement of (Inter Tropical Convergence Zone) ITCZ and in the occurrence of Pre Monsoon Rain Peak (PMRP), which consequently leads to

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Distressed farmers in Wayanad are pinning hope on Rahul Gandhi

Joseph Ottaplackal, secretary of the Church-led farmers' organisation INFAM told FE that the situation in Wayanad is bad and small farmers are finding it hard to survive.

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Jeera prices rally on back of robust domestic, export demand

Angel also added export of jeera is up 20.8% year-on-year in January at 9,429 tonne, against 7,800 tonne last year, while for April-January, exports rose 24.75% to 1.46 lakh tonne , compared to last year.

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Cardamom prices rally on supply crunch, cross Rs 1,500/kg

Traders expect the market to rally further with reports that the higher day time temperature and absence of summer rains could lead to damage of the crop.

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Shrimp exports to US rise 15.6% in 2018, India’s aquaculture output may touch a record 7 lakh tonne

US imported 695,723 tonne of shrimp in 2018, a 4.8 % higher than the previous year. I

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Kiran Mazumdar Shaw at 11th spot in ‘richest self-made women’ list, only Indian in the list

China topped the list with 51 female entrepreneurs, followed by the US and the UK.

Industry News

Spices in distress: Pepper imports flouting minimum import price hurting local produce

The Union government imposed an MIP for pepper at CIF value of Rs 500 per kg to protect the interests of farmers in December 2017.

Commodities News

Mukesh Ambani among world’s richest 10; number of Indian billionaires falls

It has been a difficult year for the world's billionaires with total wealth decreasing by $950 billion, or 9%, to $9.6 trillion due to poor stock market performance and appreciating dollar.

Industry News

BPCL starts Kochi refinery expansion to build petrochemical complex

BPCL is strategically entering the petrochemical sector to reduce the country’s dependence on imports of petrochemicals.

Industry News

Ready-to-drink tea to grow 5% in 4-5 years: Study

Ready-to-drink tea (RTD) is expected to grow about 5% over the next 4-5 years in India, which is higher than the expected growth rate of normal tea, says a study on domestic consumption of tea conducted by the state-run tea b

Ready-to-drink tea to grow 5% in 4-5 yrs: Board (Representational image) News

Higher output of turmeric could lower prices in current season

India is the largest turmeric producer with 75-80% share of the global production and the demand for the commodity has been increasing rapidly from the medicinal and cosmetic industry.

Higher output of turmeric could lower prices in current season News

Demand of cashew to rally in coming months

Global demand for the cashew kernel has surged 53% since 2010, surpassing production in at least four of the past seven years.

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Coconut oil market to firm up on short supply

The coconut oil market is likely to firm up this season due to short supply from key states like Kerala and Tamil Nadu. The impact of floods in Kerala and cyclone Gaja in the neighbouring Tamil Nadu is estimated to drag down

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India tea may benefit from Sri Lanka wage hike, Vietnam problems

Domestic tea production during 2018 is expected to stay more or less the same as last year despite lower rainfall, while exports are expected to marginally increase.

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Indian Commodity Exchange (ICEX) to launch pepper and cardamom contracts soon

Prasad believes that the new provision could be a game changer and help in the growth of the commodity market.

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Ginger market to firm up despite low output

Good returns from ginger in past few years due to robust demand prompted Kerala farmers to lease more land for ginger in Karnataka.

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Online food delivery services: Kerala eateries slam food apps, to have ‘alternative plan’

Online food delivery services such as Uber Eats, Zomato and Swiggy are in for a tough time in Kerala, with the Kerala Hotels and Restaurants' Association (KHRA), the apex body of hotels in the state, deciding to take on the o

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Seafood exports likely to remain flat: Report

India is the second largest fish producer in the world after China and accounts for nearly 6% of global fish production.

Commodities News

Alternative Investment funds based on Islamic banking tenets yet to take off in India

Almost nine years after the launch of the first Sharia-compliant investment fund in India, the alternative investment funds based on the tenets of the Islamic banking are yet to take off in the country.

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Pepper prices likely to firm up by 2020: Hoang Thi Lien, International Pepper Community, Jakarta

Pepper prices are likely to firm up only by 2020 when demand catches up with the supply, Hoang Thi Lien, executive director, International Pepper Community, Jakarta said here on Wednesday.

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Kerala plantations may take 5 years to recover from losses due to rains

The unprecedented monsoon and subsequent flood have caused widespread damages to the plantation sector and it may take the state more than five years to recoup the loss, Association of Planters of Kerala (APK), the apex body

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Rising Indian Ocean temperature puts habitation at risk: Experts

The Indian Ocean is seen warming up fast due to global warming, and this is likely to pose a severe threat to habitation of species, marine experts said on Thursday.

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Pepper prices touched 10-year-low

India is the largest consumer of pepper in the world and the second-largest producer after Vietnam.

Commodities News

Indian shrimp exports to US likely to grow 15%

India was the largest exporter of frozen shrimp to the US in 2017 with 32% share after some south Asian producers like Thailand suffered due to diseases in fish farms.

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