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Rajendra Jadhav

India's palm oil imports could jump to record as prices fall: analyst

18 Mar 2019

MUMBAI India's palm oil imports in 2018/19 are likely to jump a tenth from a year earlier to a record high, as a sharp fall in the prices made the tropical oil more attractive for buyers than rival soyoil and sunflower oil, industry officials told Reuters.

Asia Gold: Price dip attracts Indian buyers amid wedding season

15 Mar 2019

MUMBAI/BENGALURU Physical gold demand improved this week in India as a correction in local prices attracted buyers, particularly with the wedding season underway, while premiums in China rose on steady buying in the world's leading consumer.

Five dead, 36 injured in foot bridge collapse in Mumbai

14 Mar 2019

MUMBAI Five people were killed and 36 injured when part of a pedestrian bridge collapsed during evening rush hour on Thursday in India's financial capital Mumbai, police said.

REFILE-Asia Gold-Indian gold flips to premium as appetite improves in most hubs

08 Mar 2019

* Tokyo prices on par with benchmark; activity muted in Hong Kong

Anti-Pakistan wave helps Modi salvage some votes from unhappy farms

08 Mar 2019

PEMDARA, India Bleeding support in the countryside because of falling farm incomes, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi could still persuade just enough rural voters to give him a second term after ordering an air strike inside Pakistan last month.

RPT-China buys Indian cotton as prices at home jump - trade

08 Mar 2019

MUMBAI, March 7 Indian traders have signed contracts to ship 800,000 bales of cotton to China as demand surged from the world's biggest consumer of the fibre due to a rally in prices in China, industry officials told Reuters.

China buys Indian cotton as prices at home jump: industry officials

07 Mar 2019

MUMBAI Indian traders have signed contracts to ship 800,000 bales of cotton to China as demand surged from the world's biggest consumer of the fibre due to a rally in prices in China, industry officials told Reuters.

India gold demand picks up as prices dip; buyers eye further correction

01 Mar 2019

MUMBAI/BENGALURU Gold demand in India improved this week due to a fall in local prices, while some investors in other major Asian centres sold the metal back to make use of relatively higher prices while delaying purchases on expectations of a further correction.

Exclusive: Iran buys Indian sugar for first time in five years to overcome U.S. sanctions

26 Feb 2019

MUMBAI Indian traders will export raw sugar to Iran for March and April delivery, five trade sources said, the first Indian sugar sales to Tehran in at least five years as Iran struggles to secure food supplies under sanctions imposed by the United States.

EXCLUSIVE-Iran buys Indian sugar for first time in five years to overcome U.S. sanctions

26 Feb 2019

* India-Iran agreed to rupee-denominated oil sales after U.S. sanctions (Adds details, background)

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