Onion rates fall below Rs 50 after Delhi govt intervention

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Published: August 25, 2015 11:01 PM

The ever increasing prices of onion on Tuesday finally came down in the national capital after Delhi government's intervention, with wholesale prices falling below Rs. 50 per kg.

The ever increasing prices of onion on Tuesday finally came down in the national capital after Delhi government’s intervention, with wholesale prices falling below Rs. 50 per kg.

As for today, the rates are as follows:

Mini: Rs.20 per kg, Model: Rs.43.50 per kg, Maximum: 50 per kg

Yesterday, the prices for the same were 21.25, 45.50 and 55 per kg respectively.

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