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  • MSRTC to launch modernisation programme to attract passengers: Raote
  • Dreaded arms supplier surrenders before court
  • Grant leases to shrines in MP: Diggy
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  • Men's World Boxing C'ship: Amit, Manish, Sanjeet enter quarters
  • Indian Navy seeks additional fund for major acquisitions
  • Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food, PD aims to move towards 100 per cent use of jute in packaging foodstuff: Paswan
  • One must imbibe values from Ramayana to become ideal human being: Amit Shah
  • As PM talks on 'incomplete tasks'; Jaishankar says India wants jurisdiction on PoK
  • ‘Waterman’ lauds MP CM
  • Calcutta High Court extends stay on Metro railway work in Bowbazar till November 7
  • Indian Coast Guard apprehends Myanmarese fishing boats and 24 poachers from Indian EEZ
  • Brochure on Ganga Yatra
  • CR averts rail mishap; halts train in time after spotting track fissure
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Wholesale prices of Oils, Sugar, Commodities in APMC

Bengaluru, Aug 20 (UNI) Following were the wholesale prices in the
Bengaluru APMC here on Tuesday.
OIL (per 10 kg):
Groundnut 890-1350
Coconut 1850-2300
Gingely 3000-3600
Castor 1260-1300
Sunflower 900-1000
Butter 5000-5800
Ghee 4500-5000
SUGAR: (per quintal) Rs 3200-3600
COMMODITIES: (per quintal)
Rice Basumati 7500-14600
Sona Fine 4800-5400
Medium (Old) 4400-4600
(New) 3600-3800
Coarse 3000-3400
Ragi Fine 3100-3200
Medium 2300-2600
Jower 2700-2900
Wheat Bansi 3200-3900
Jower (Bijapur) 3300-4000
Wheat Atta 2400-2600
Maida 2700-3300
Soji (W) 2800-3260
Soji Bansi 3400-3600
Jaggery 3800-5000
Corriander 7500-14500
Chilly (Byadgi) 13250-17250
Guntur 8400-12500
Potato 1800-2200
Onion 1500-2600
Tamarind 5600-10800
Garlic 4700-8200
Coconut (1000) 10000-18000
Horse Gram 3700-4200
Green Gram 8000-9000
Green Peas 7000-7200
Wheat 2500-3300
Turmeric 8500-13800
Soyabeans 4400-4600
Jeera 17000-22000
Poppy Seeds 54000-62000
Maize (Popcorn) 3800-4500
Ginger 3000-11000
Bengal Gram 6500-7000
Avare 3600-5000
Tur Dhal 9000-9800
Green Gram Dhal 9000-9500
Black Gram Dhal 5500-10000
Avare Dhal 5600-6400
Bengal Gram Dhal 5400-6000
Mustard 4500-5400
Gingly (White) 13800-15000
Gingly (Black) 9000-12000
Groundnut 5100-5200
Maize 2600-2700
Bajra 2600-3000
Groundnut Seed 11000-12000
Copra 17000-19000
Cowpea 5400-6000
Soapnut 3500-4000
Paddy 3000-3300
Cashewnut 70000-82000
Pepper 34000-42000
Areknut 40000-46000
Black Gram 5800-7600.
UNI HVB1216
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