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Maharashtra: Onion prices fall by Rs 150 per quintal at Lasalgaon

Maharashtra: Onion prices fall by Rs 150 per quintal at Lasalgaon

Onion prices fell by Rs 150 per quintal at Lasalgaon mandi in Nashik of Maharashtra after the government announcement that the ban on exports of the bulb will continue till March 31

20 February,2024 10:05 PM IST | Nashik | mid-day online correspondent
Centre ready to buy onions, says Fadnavis amid protests against export ban

Centre ready to buy onions, says Fadnavis amid protests against export ban

The Centre is ready to buy onions from farmers which remain unsold, Maharashtra deputy CM Devendra Fadnavis told the legislative council amid protests

11 December,2023 03:59 PM IST | Nagpur | mid-day online correspondent
Maharashtra: Sharad Pawar demands roll-back of ban on onion export

Maharashtra: Sharad Pawar demands roll-back of ban on onion export

Nationalist Congress Party president Sharad Pawar Monday demanded that the ban on onion export be lifted and claimed the central government was ignoring the hard work of farmers

11 December,2023 02:21 PM IST | Mumbai | mid-day online correspondent
Onion farmers block Mumbai-Agra highway, halt auctions amid centre's export ban

Onion farmers block Mumbai-Agra highway, halt auctions amid centre's export ban

Onion farmers in Maharashtra's Nashik district staged a protest by blocking the Mumbai-Agra Highway and bringing auctions to a standstill in wholesale markets

08 December,2023 04:27 PM IST | Mumbai | mid-day online correspondent
Government launches aggressive retail sale of onions at Rs 25 per kg

Government launches aggressive retail sale of onions at Rs 25 per kg

According to a press release by the Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution, this move is in response to the delay in the arrival of the kharif crop, which has contributed to an increase in onion prices

04 November,2023 10:36 PM IST | New Delhi | ANI
Nashik: Govt to suspend licenses of 'on indefinite strike' onion traders

Nashik: Govt to suspend licenses of 'on indefinite strike' onion traders

The Maharashtra government has ordered the suspension of licenses as a response to the indefinite strike by onion traders in Nashik district, protesting against the recent hike in export duty on onions by the Union government

21 September,2023 09:35 AM IST | Mumbai | mid-day online correspondent
Maharashtra: Onion traders in Nashik go on indefinite strike, suspend auctions

Maharashtra: Onion traders in Nashik go on indefinite strike, suspend auctions

State marketing minister says bandh not right, warns of ‘appropriate action’

21 September,2023 08:10 AM IST | Mumbai | Agencies
Maharashtra: Onion traders in Nashik go on indefinite strike, suspend auctions

Maharashtra: Onion traders in Nashik go on indefinite strike, suspend auctions

An office-bearer of the Nashik District Onion Traders Association said they are protesting against the govt's recent move to increase export duty on onions

20 September,2023 07:02 PM IST | Nashik | mid-day online correspondent
Govt has made all preparations to ensure onion growers do not face trouble: BJP

Govt has made all preparations to ensure onion growers do not face trouble: BJP

Maharashtra BJP chief Chandrashekhar Bawankule was replying to reporters' questions about protests against the 40 per cent export duty on onions

25 August,2023 04:27 PM IST | Amravati | mid-day online correspondent
Centre can send mission to Sun, but it should first focus on onion issue: Sena

Centre can send mission to Sun, but it should first focus on onion issue: Sena

The Shiv Sena (UBT) on Friday said the Narendra Modi government can send a mission to the Sun, but it should first focus on the onion issue in the country or else the ruling party will even not realise that their 2024 Lok Sabha endeavour will go haywire

25 August,2023 02:59 PM IST | Mumbai | mid-day online correspondent

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