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Top headlines: Govt hikes MSP on wheat, mustard; Binny new BCCI President

With the hike, the new MSP of wheat will be Rs 2,125 per quintal as against RS 2,025 per quintal earlier

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Newly elected BCCI President Roger Binny with Treasurer Ashish Shelar during the 91st Annual General Meeting, in Mumbai (Photo: PTI)

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Centre raises wheat MSP by 5.46%; biggest hike kept for mustard, lentils

Just ahead of a pick up in the pace of rabi planting, the Centre raised the minimum support prices (MSP) for all crops, with the biggest increases reserved for mustard and lentils. Whole wheat got a hike of nearly 5.46 per cent for the 2023-24 marketing season, which is the best since 2020-21.

With the hike, the new MSP of wheat will be Rs 2,125 per quintal as against RS 2,025 per quintal earlier. Read more

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First Published: Oct 18 2022 | 5:11 PM IST

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