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Dairy of donkey milk will start for the first time in the India price of Rs 7000 a liter, Benefits of this.

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Donkey Milk Dairy You may have heard or heard of cow, buffalo, goat or camel milk, but for the first time in the country, dairy milk is also going to be opened and the best thing is that the milk of the body The immune system also plays an important role in healing. For the first time in the country, the National Horse Research Center (NRCE) is going to start dairy dairy of Halari breed in Hisar. For this, NRCE had already ordered 10 halari breed donkeys. Which are currently being breed.

Dairy work will be started soon after Breeding. The milk of the donkey of the Halari breed of Gujarat is considered a treasure of medicines. It is sold in the market for two thousand to seven thousand rupees a liter. This develops the ability to fight against diseases like cancer, obesity, allergies. It also makes beauty products, which are quite expensive. Assistance is also being sought from the scientists of NRCE, Hisar’s Central Buffalo Research Center and National Dairy Research Institute, Karnal for starting dairy.

Dr. Anuradha Bhardwaj, senior scientist of NRCE, who is working on this project, says that small children are sometimes allergic to cow or buffalo milk, but never to the milk of the halari breed. Its milk contains anti-oxidant, anti-aigenic elements which develop the ability to fight many serious diseases in the body. The research work on donkey milk was started by Dr. NRN, former director of NRCE, BN Tripathi. Dr. Yashpal, director of NRCE, said that this milk has a nominal fat.
Prior to dairy, Dr. Anuradha had worked to make beauty products from donkey milk. Her contrived technique has been purchased by the Kerala company some time ago and beauty products are being manufactured. Soaps, lip balms, body lotions are being prepared from donkey milk.

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BUSINESS! Diesel prices fall again on easing global crude prices

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Diesel prices continued to decline for the fourth consecutive day on Sunday on the back of falling global crude prices.

In the national capital, diesel was priced at Rs 71.58 per litre, down from Rs 71.82 on Saturday.

Similarly in the other metros of Mumbai, Chennai and Kolkata, the fuel was sold for Rs 78.02, Rs 76.99 and Rs 75.09 on Sunday, respectively, against the previous levels of Rs 78.27, Rs 77.21 and Rs 75.32 per litre.

The recent fall in transport fuel prices comes in the wake of softening of global oil prices as an extended run of Covid-19 has depressed demand and created a glut in the market.

Prices of petrol, however, remained unchanged for the second straight day at Rs 81.14, Rs 87.82, Rs 84.21 and Rs 82.67 per litre across Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai and Kolkata, respectively.

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