The sharp rise in prices of pulses has added to the burden of inflation. In a span of just one week, there has been a spike of almost 25% in the price of pulses like arhar, maa sabut, kaley chaney and chana. Pulses' prices shoot up to Rs 187/kg. However, govt says it is 'trying hard' to boost supply. Watch panel discussion on 'Why pulse price is increasing day by day?