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AGRI-BIZ & COMMODITIES

FARM CREDIT
South Canara co-op bank shows the way
100 pc crop loan recovery More

PULSES
Farm Ministry says no shortage of cereals
Response to question raised in Parliament More

Rationing cereals
PEOPLE BUYING cereals at Rs 38 per kg, from a mobile shop run by the Delhi Government. The price of cereals has shot up in the open market.

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INFRASTRUCTURE
COMMODITY COMMENTARY
Need for early completion of pending irrigation projects
It is becoming clearer by the day that although agriculture is the responsibility of the State Governments — the subject falls in the `State' list in the Constitution — the onus of ensuring food security and nutrition security is ... More

RUBBER
Spot rubber rules steady
Physical rubber prices continued to stagnate on Tuesday. A steep fall in Japanese markets following heavy long liquidation at higher levels kept the domestic undercurrent slightly weak, sources said. Covering groups turned inactive, ... More

TEA
Coonoor tea prices up
Prices continued to post improvements at the Coonoor Tea Trade Association (CTTA) following good demand from exporters, especially Pakistan. The demand was strong to push the prices up by Rs 2 a kg over the previous week despite the volume ... More

BIO-TECH & GENETICS
GEAC defers decision on Bt brinjal trials
Final verdict likely to be given later this month More

COFFEE
Plantation woes — Coffee growers feel the pinch of labour shortage
For coffee planters, the current improvement in prices is a welcome phenomena, particularly after drop in prices for the last five years. But they are faced with a peculiar problem - lack of labour. Coffee plantations are now in need of farm ... More

SPICES & CONDIMENTS
Pepper futures turn cold on liquidation
Pepper futures market witnessed a decline on Tuesday on liquidation by some bears holding long positions following reports that harvesting in Indonesia has commenced. However, those who want to cover July/August will have to buy from the ... More

Rising exports
SHORT SUPPLY: Farmers engaged in cultivating ginger in Vadakkumchery in Kerala's Palakkad district. Weak supply from other origins has pushed up the exports of ginger from the country during April-May of the current fiscal. Total exports were ... More

WTO
Doubts over market access in farm sector stall WTO talks
`Interests, concerns of farmers are non-negotiable' More

INTERVIEW
`Iron ore advantage will help Indian steel firms'
"Size is important. It is easier to increase in size through acquisitions/mergers rather than through building greenfield projects, which take considerable time to fructify." Arcelor, Mittal merger a boost for global steel industry: J.J. Irani More

CO-OPERATIVES
Amul puts off farm products retail plan
Rollout of parlours for dairy products put on hold More






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