Nod for Tur, Moong & Urad Dal Exports
Pune: The government has opened up exports of tur, moong and urad dal after more than a decade. This will help support prices of urad and moong currently being harvested and the bumper tur crop, which will hit the markets in a next two/ three months. India had banned export of pulses in 2006, which was extended from time to time. The prohibition on exports of pulses is not applied to export of kabuli chana and export of 10,000 tonnes of organic pulses and lentils per annum, while export of pulses are also allowed to Bhutan and Maldives.
— Jayashree Bhosale