Mixed trend in pulses

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Pulses and pulse seeds showed a mixed trend on `muhurat trading' with tur (Maharashtra) declining to ?5,800, tur (lemon) ruled at ?5,900, while tur (Madhya Pradesh) quoted at ?5,000-5,200 a quintal.
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