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Prices of pulses rise on reports of crop damage due to heavy rains in central and west India

The prices of pulses have been rising over the past 2 weeks, due to crop damage brought on by heavy rains in western and central parts of the country. In Delhi, some pulses have become costlier by about 12%. Prerana Desai, head of research at Edelweiss Agri Services & Credit, said prices have risen in part due to the import restriction imposed by the government.

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