Pulses and pulse seeds at the mandis in Indore have been ruling steady on subdued demand from the millers. Tur (Maharashtra), in private trading, was at ₹3,900-3,950 a quintal, while tur (Madhya Pradesh) ruled at ₹3,500-3,600. Tur dal (sawa no.) traded at ₹5,200-5,300, tur dal (full) at ₹5,500-5,600, while tur mongar was at ₹6,100-6,200 a quintal. Moong (bold) fetched ₹5,000-5,300, while moong (medium) ruled at ₹4,200-4,500. Moong dal (medium) went for ₹6,000-6,100, moong dal (bold) and moong mongar ruled at ₹6,200-6,300. Urad (bold) new ruled at ₹4,000-4,300 a quintal, while urad (medium) new ruled at ₹3,500-3,600 a quintal.
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