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December 20, 2018
The decision came amid reports about farmers selling freshly harvested onions at as low as Rs 1.50 a kg in Maharashtra, the top producer of the bulb in the country.

New Delhi, December 10, 2018
IMF Chief Economist Maurice Obstfeld praises GST reform, says India's growth \"very solid\"India's growth has been \"very solid\" over the past four years, IMF's Chief Economist Maurice Obstfeld on Sunday said, praising the fundamental economic reforms like the GST and the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code carried out by the government. Summing up his impression of India's economy in the last four-and-a-half years of the Modi government, the top IMF economist said the country's \"growth performa...

December 10, 2018
A farmer from Maharashtra has sent Rs 6 to Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis to mark his protest against crashing prices of onions

December 4, 2018
The cultivator said he now owes dues worth over Rs 35,000 to fertilisers and pesticides supplier.

December 3, 2018

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BT Online
New Delhi, September 15, 2017
The decline in prices has caused onion farmers to worry, as the produce from the kharif season will start to roll in bulk in the coming weeks.

August 27, 2016
Wholesale prices at the Asia's biggest onion market at Lasalgaon in Maharashtra have crashed to Rs 6 per kg on Friday compared to Rs 48.50 per kg in the year-ago period, official data showed.

Pune, May 24, 2016
\"The total onion was sold for Rs 1,523.2. Out of the earnings, the middlemen took away Rs 91.35 as commission, labour charges were Rs 59 and Rs 18.55, and Rs 33.30 was paid against miscellaneous charges. Rs 1,320 was paid to the truck driver, who transported the produce to APMC.\"

New Delhi, August 25, 2015
Arrival of onions increased as farmers/traders brought more stock for sale after the government imposed restriction on overseas sale by raising export price sharply to $700 per tonne from $425.

Nashik, August 23, 2015
Pink onions, which are considered as one of the best, on Saturday sold at Rs 6,326 per quintal at the Lasalgaon market, Asia's largest wholesale onion market.

Jaideep Sarin
New Delhi, August 21, 2015
In the national capital, onions are selling at Rs 65 per kg in retail, up from Rs 25 per kg just over a month ago.

New Delhi
New Delhi, August 20, 2015
In order to keep prices of onions in check and ensure smooth supplies, the centre has already asked state-owned MMTC to float a global tender for import of 10,000 tonnes of onions.

Vivek Chandra Shukla
New Delhi, August 6, 2015
The agency suggested that government stock up onions at Rs 19 per kg. However, Delhi government did not bother to reply, thereby forcing Delhi residents to buy onions at Rs 60 per kg in the open market.

Anilesh S. Mahajan
May 12, 2015
GST will be one of the significant moves for cold storage logistics and the transport sector. It will certainly enable cold storage investments, says Ravichandran Purushothaman, President of Indian subsidiary of Denmark-based Danfoss Industries and Chairman of CII National Task Force for Cold Chain Management. 

Ajay Modi
July 5, 2014
T. Nanda Kumar, Chairman of the National Dairy Development Board and a former secretary of food and agriculture with the central government, says it is a dilemma that farmers get lower prices and the consumers pay a high price.

Ajay Modi
May 9, 2014
Export volume, however, dropped 26 per cent to 1.35 million tonnes in the year ended March 31 from 1.82 million tonnes the year before, according to data from the Nashik-based National Horticultural Research and Development Foundation (NHRDF).

New Delhi, October 26, 2013
The Election Commission gave its nod to Delhi government's proposal to buy onions, prices of which have soared in recent weeks causing anxiety to ruling Congress in the coming Assembly elections, and sell the kitchen staple at a cheaper rate.

BT Online Bureau
New Delhi, October 24, 2013
Agriculture Minister Sharad Pawar said prices are expected to fall in the next 2-3 weeks as production is unlikely to drop despite damages due to excessive rains.

New Delhi, October 22, 2013
The government is mulling banning onion exports to contain prices, which have risen back to the Rs 80-90/kg level in the national capital owing to supply crunch.

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