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Relief from skyrocketing prices of onions, tomatoes

Relief from skyrocketing prices of onions, tomatoes

Relief from skyrocketing prices of onions, tomatoes Jalandhar – Prices of onions and tomatoes have fallen by 50 percent. The winter season prices have also dropped significantly. These days, the supply of vegetables has become smooth in all the ‘mandis’, which has brought down the prices. Hike in the prices of vegetables riding a Supply

OTS policy for defaulting rice mills fails to get expected response

OTS policy for defaulting rice mills fails to get expected response

OTS policy for defaulting rice mills fails to get expected response Punjab government’s One Time Settlement (OTS) policy has failed to get expected response from the defaulting rice millers against whom Rs 7,500 crore was outstanding, a senior official said on Monday. “The outcome of the OTS has not been up to the level of

Commission agent’s murder turns out to be contract killing

Commission agent’s murder turns out to be contract killing

Commission agent’s murder turns out to be contract killing The police on Monday claimed to have solved five-day-old Nabha Monik Jindal murder case. The police have arrest a person and is searching for the another who were behind the murder of Jindal. The cops have lso claimed to recover the motorcycle and the .32 bore

State demands 5,800 crore for more procurement of paddy

State demands 5,800 crore for more procurement of paddy

State demands 5,800 crore for more procurement of paddy  The state government has demanded to release more Rs 5,800 crore under cash credit limit to the Central Government as the target to procure paddy may cross 183 metric tonnes as compare to 168 MT in the last year. The centre government has released so far

Gidderbaha truck union ‘illegally seizes’ two seeds-laden trucks

Gidderbaha truck union ‘illegally seizes’ two seeds-laden trucks

Gidderbaha truck union ‘illegally seizes’ two seeds-laden trucks Bathinda(DP Correspondent) – Despite the Amarinder government’s declaration about the disbanding of all truck unions across the state, things have hardly changed on ground. After the truck operators union’s goondaism in Bathinda district, which has badly affected the operations of Guru Gobind Singh refinery, the same has now reached

Govt agencies and Private Miller procure 8395354 tonnes of Paddy

Govt agencies and Private Miller procure 8395354 tonnes of Paddy

Govt agencies and Private Miller procure 8395354 tonnes of Paddy CHANDIGARH: The Punjab Government agencies and private millers have procured total 8395354 tonnes of Paddy in Punjab till today evening which included 677578 tonnes procured on 23rd October. Disclosing this here today, an official Spokesman of Punjab Government said that out of total procurement of 8395354 tonnes of paddy in all the procurement

CCI to commence cotton procurement within one week in Punjab

CCI to commence cotton procurement within one week in Punjab

CCI to commence cotton procurement within one week in Punjab. Chandigarh: The Cotton Corporation of India (CCI) has assured the Punjab government that it will start procurement of crop in the state for the year 2017-18 within a week. The assurance was given by CCI officials to the Additional Chief Secretary (Development) M P Singh during

Badal appoints Cheema, Nijjer and Harpalpur as Senior Vice-Chairmen

Chandigarh: The Punjab Government has made fresh appointments in Mandi Board, on Thursday. While announcing the appointments, government appointed Ravinder Singh Cheema, Gurdial Singh Nijjer and Harvinder Singh Harpalpur as Senior Vice-Chairmen in Punjab Mandi Board, Punjab Agro Industries Corporation and Punjab Khadi and Gram Udyog Board respectively. Similarly, Mandeep Singh has also been appointed