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Delhi govt launches special drive against hoarders

Ahead of the festival season, the Delhi government has launched a special drive against the hoarders to control the price of essential commodities.

Govt plans to amend Act to make hoarding non-bailable offence

Holding hoarders responsible for the recent spurt in food prices, the government plans to amend the Essential Commodities Act to make hoarding a non-bailable offence and setting up special courts to try them.

Punjab takes measures to check prices of essential commodities

A committee formed by the Punjab government to check the prices of essential commodities today said raids will be conducted to stop hoarding of items including onion and potatoes.

Paswan asks states to rise above politics to control prices

The current price rise is a temporary phenomenon created by hoarders, he said.

Hoarding to be non-bailable offence; fund to stabilise prices

Seeking to check rising prices, the government on Friday decided to amend the law to make hoarding a non-bailable offence and set up a price stabilisation fund to enable states to undertake market intervention.

CCEA may consider today stock limits on onion, potato

Currently, stock limits are imposed for pulses, edible oils and oilseeds till September 2014, while for rice and paddy upto November this year.

Arun Jaitley warns hoarders over food prices

Blaming hoarding of food articles for rising prices, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Tuesday asked states to take effective steps against "speculative hoarding".

285 bags of hoarded rice seized

A total of 285 bags of rice allegedly hoarded by owners of two rice mills were seized by sleuths of Food Cell.

UP Govt promoting hoarders, alleges BJP

Alleging that the state government
was promoting hoarding of fertilisers, BJP today claimed that
contrary to the government claims, there was an acute shortage
of fertilisers in the state.

Hoarding, poor monsoon drive up food inflation by 16.32%

At a time when the WPI-based inflation is hovering below 1 one percent, the food inflation has surged to 16.32 percent for the week-ended September 19 mainly on account hoarding and fears of shortage due to poor monsoon.

RIL denies hoarding charges; asks for users of incremental gas

Mukesh Ambani-led RIL has asked the Centre to nominate users for incremental gas from its Bay of Bengal fields, saying that it has not denied natural gas to any government-identified customer.