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Dear tomato

Shaju John

A vendor sells tomatoes at a retail vegetable market in Chennai. Vegetable prices shot up because of `Ramadan' and less arrivals of truck loads. One kg tomato, which was available at Rs 4 to Rs 6 last month, now costs Rs 15-16.

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