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Rahul Oberoi/Money Today
January 9, 2015
In 2014, metals - both precious and base - fell after the US Fed ended its quantitative easing programme, reducing liquidity. Slowdown in China added to the woes.

Naveen Mathur
September 22, 2014
Base metals are likely to trade lower as strong DX following comments by Fed Reserve along with concerns of demand from China will act as a negative factor.

Ratnajyoti Dutta
New Delhi, July 11, 2014
Rains last week spread to soybean areas in central parts of India and cane areas in the north, but overall rains stood at 43 per cent below the seasonal average.

New Delhi, June 6, 2014
Global food prices fell by 3.2 per cent in May, the second consecutive month of fall, on account of a sharp decline in costs of dairy, cereals and vegetable oils, according to the United Nations' Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO).

Ajay Modi
May 6, 2014
In the four years ending 2012/13, Bihar's maize production rose 66 per cent to 2.83 million tonne, productivity (output from each hectare) increased 51 per cent to 4.11 tones while the area under the crop rose ten per cent to 0.68 million hectares.

Ajay Modi
May 22, 2014
The demand for maize is spiralling in India. Historically, demand for the grain has been driven by the poultry and starch industries. But with changing food habits, the demand for food additives derived from maize is also growing.

Ajay Modi
February 10, 2014
Agriculture Minister Sharad Pawar on Sunday said food grain production would touch a new high of 263.2 million tonne, up 1.6 per cent from the previous high of 259 million tonne in 2011/12.

New Delhi, October 1, 2013
While addressing the state food ministers conference on the Bill, Agriculture Minister Sharad Pawar also said \"there is no question of having any reservations for a social security programme covering the poor and needy sector of the society.\"

New Delhi, October 9, 2012
Agriculture Minister Sharad Pawar has said foodgrain production in 2012-13 will be lower than last year's record output of 257.44 million tonnes, even though availability would be sufficient to meet domestic demand.

Nidhi Singal
October 11, 2012
While most of us think of home gadgets as only those that entertain us or help us out in the kitchen, we showcase the top technologies available for a host of domestic functions and applications.

Nandagopal Rajan
August 2, 2012
Good plasma option, 3D capability could have been better.

Nandagopal Rajan
July 15, 2012
There many types of LED TVs - sets with 3D, with apps, with Internet access and so on. But one type of LED that is hard to find - a large-screen LED that is affordable.

Shweta Punj
April 17, 2012
The clamour for bringing down the interest rate has increased after a spate of disappointing industrial production data and a fall in investment spending.

Sanjiv Shankaran
October 27, 2011
A normal monsoon may not dampen food inflation.

New Delhi, July 19, 2011
India produced 85.93 million tonnes (mt) of wheat and 18.09 mt of pulses - all-time records - during 2010-11 crop year, helped by higher support price to farmers and good monsoon.

New Delhi, May 19, 2011
Food inflation in the country slipped further to 7.47 per cent for the week ended May 7 on the back of cheaper pulses, vegetables and wheat. This is the lowest rate of price rise in food items in the last 18 months.

Puja Mehra
January 19, 2011
That food prices have spiralled out of control over the last 15 months shows inflation was not a priority for the UPA government. The onset of the New Year shook the government out of its stupor.

Shalini S. Dagar
July 21, 2010
Advising governments on how best to beef up food security and combat food inflation is what keeps Ashok Gulati, Director, Asia, International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), busy these days.

Ashok Gulati
December 10, 2009
The best way to devise a strategic policy agenda is to envision the future, and work backwards to ensure that the current policy mix is not only compatible with that futuristic vision but expedites converting that vision into reality.

Virendra Verma
October 23, 2009
The Co-founder of Financial Technologies wants to create a global network of exchanges that cuts across asset classes. At the same time, he is chasing upstream and downstream opportunities that range from depositories and payment gateways to information vending. Is Shah biting off more than he can chew?

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