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With enough seeds, Maha soya acreage to remain unchanged

The Maharashtra government has pegged sowing of soyabean for the coming kharif season at around 38-41 lakh hectares.

With enough seeds, Maha soya acreage to remain unchanged

NCDEX to launch gold futures contract

The National Commodity & Derivatives Exchange (NCDEX) will launch a gold futures contract, starting on...

NCDEX to launch gold futures contract

India’s apparel exports shoot up 9.2% in April

Shipments hit $1.44 bn in April against $1.32 bn a year earlier

India’s apparel exports shoot up 9.2% in April

North, East states increase kharif onion plantation

Several states from the North and East are attempting to reduce their dependence on Maharashtra and Gujarat for onion supplies.

North, East states increase kharif onion plantation

Gold monetisation scheme: Interest on deposits to be tax-exempt

The Finance Ministry has sought comments from stakeholders on the draft gold monetisation scheme.

gold price News

Gold rises on global cues; silver weakens on reduced offtake

Gold prices rose by Rs 30 to Rs 27,830 per 10 grams at the bullion market today.

gold rate News

After rain, glut hits farmers

Even as official data show food inflation at 5-6%, elevated levels compared with the subdued prices of most other items...

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Sugar production up 16% till May 15, hits 8-year high

Mills produced 27.85 MT compared with 24 MT in 2013-14, says Isma

Sugar production up 16% till May 15, hits 8-year high

36 Maharashtra mills get notices over FRP

Even as the cane crushing season is about to end in Maharashtra in 10 days, the issue of fair and remunerative price...

36 Maharashtra mills get notices over FRP

ISP: Pragmatic approach can make it successful

As integrated steel plants’ share in long products is a mere 30%, Burnpur’s production would enhance the high quality component in the market by catering to the institutional requirements, the for

ISP: Pragmatic approach can make it successful

Gold ends steady; silver regains Rs 40k-level on global cues

Gold ended steady at Rs 27,800 per ten grams at the bullion market today on scattered buying from jewellers

GOLD price News

Gold, silver recover on global cues, wedding season demand

Silver also moved up by Rs 250 to Rs 39,650 per kg on increased offtake by industrial units and coin makers.

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Area under paddy increases, but sugar crisis keeps farmers jittery

Farmers moving to other crops due to crisis in the sugar sector, which led to cane arrears in excess of Rs 21,000 crore, may be a reason for the fall in sugarcane plantation.

Sugarcane farmers in Uttar Pradesh News

PSF gets a leg-up as Nafed & SFAC to start onion buying

Onion: The Centre has released R5 crore to Nafed for the procurement so that a buffer stock can be created, said Nafed officials.

PSF gets a leg-up as Nafed & SFAC to start onion buying

Unseasonal rain hits quantity & quality of wheat procurement

Sources said the wheat buying would continue for next two weeks and by that time over 26 million tonne wheat would have been purchased.

Unseasonal rain hits quantity & quality of wheat procurement

Gold plunges Rs 180 on global cues; snaps two-day rally

Gold prices retreated from over three-month highs by falling Rs 180 to Rs 27,710 per ten grams at the bullion market today.

gold buying- Akshaya Tritiya News

Food, commerce depts at loggerheads

Food minister Paswan asks Sitharaman to review decision on sugar exports

Food, commerce depts at loggerheads

Gold demand in India up 15%, falls 1% globally in March quarter

After a drop in 2014, gold demand in India rose 15% in the quarter through March from a year before to 191.7 tonne...

Gold demand in India up 15%, falls 1% globally in March quarter

India’s Q1 gold demand up 15% on positive mood: World Gold Council

India's gold demand during the January-March quarter went up 15 per cent to 191.7 tonne compared with the same period last year, according to the World Gold Council.

world gold council News

Govt clears urea policy, to cut subsidy by Rs 4,829 cr

The Narendra Modi government aims to cut down fertiliser subsidy to the tune of Rs 4,829 crore over the next four years...

Govt clears urea policy, to cut subsidy by Rs 4,829 cr

Raw sugar exports likely to be hit on ‘late’ incentives by govt

Both the Centre and Maharashtra govt have announced incentives for raw sugar exports. These announcements, however, have failed to bring any cheer to markets with mills claiming that sops have come l

Raw sugar exports likely to be hit on ‘late’ incentives by govt

Gold zooms Rs 315, silver surges Rs 700 on global cues

Gold regained its sheen today by soaring Rs 315 to Rs 27,565 per 10 grams at the bullion market, tracking a firm global trend.

gold price News

Spot prices of farm products rise 27% on fears of weak monsoon

Spot prices of key farm commodities have risen up to 27% since April, mainly due to unseasonal showers...

Spot prices of farm products rise 27% on fears of weak monsoon

‘Maha mills can’t supply ethanol sought by OMCs’

Oil marketing companies (OMCs) have floated a fresh expression of interest ( EOI) with a demand for 21 crore litres of ethanol from Maharashtra.

‘Maha mills can’t supply ethanol sought by OMCs’

Gold, silver prices stay flat in thin trade

Gold prices remained steady for the second straight day at Rs 27,250 per 10 grams at the bullion market today.

gold price News

Narendra Modi seeks long-term solution to sugar crisis

Industry suggests creation of a strategic reserve of sugar as short-term solution

Narendra Modi seeks long-term solution to sugar crisis

States not lifting entire quantity of grains allocated for schemes

The states have not been lifting the entire volume of foodgrains allocated by the Food Corporation of India...

States not lifting entire quantity of grains allocated for schemes
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