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Vegetable Markets

Hyderabad: Markets tough on ‘no mask no entry’ rule

Officials are leaving no stone unturned in implementing Covid norms to contain spread of virus

Nalgonda merchants resolve for 16-day self-imposed lockdown

Except shops selling essential commodities, all other shops and business establishments will be completely shut from July 30 to August 14

Vegetable prices take a dive in Hyderabad

In the early few days of the lockdown, markets and Rythu Bazaars in the city witnessed large crowds flocking for vegetables and the prices escalating unexpectedly

Mancherial records zero COVID-19 cases

Collector Bharati Hollikeri is conducting review meeting with various departments and is leaving no stone unturned for stopping the disease

Don’t depend on middlemen: Harish Rao tells farmers

Minister says the government was combating Coronavirus on one hand and making arrangements for the procurement of agri produce on the another

Karimnagar: Minister unhappy over people not following social distancing norms

Gangula Kamalakar warns that action would be taken against people violating instructions

Warangal: People maintain social distancing at ration shops and markets

Even at the groceries shops people are seen maintaining social distancing. At a shop in Gokul Nagar, people wearing the masks or the hand kerchiefs are standing at a minimum of one metre distance

Mad rush for essentials in Hyderabad

Since early shopping hours, a mad rush was witnessed at the super-markets and vegetable markets across the city to purchase essential items including vegetables, pulses and meat. The crowd, however, melted towards the afternoon at most of the places.

Janata Curfew: Unprecedented rush at Hyderabad markets

Markets record spurt in vegetable sales and most of the stock was over by noon

‘Janata Curfew’ call sets off panic buying in Hyderabad

Rythu Bazaars and vegetable markets across the city, which were quite silent over the last few days, witnessed a sudden demand for vegetables from around 8 am on Saturday

Athmakur municipality awaits new beginning

Upgraded to municipality, locals expect it to change for better once first municipal council is elected

Tomato, onion prices soar in Hyderabad

While the price of one kg of tomato has shot up from Rs 18 in the first week of October to Rs 60 now, that of a kg of onion has soared from Rs 20 –Rs 25 to around Rs 50 now.

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