Inside a Ruchi Soya Industries Refining Facility As Monsoon Accelerates Planting : News Photo

Inside a Ruchi Soya Industries Refining Facility As Monsoon Accelerates Planting

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A Ruchi Soya Industries Ltd. employee turns a valve on a palmolein oil drying machine in the vanaspati oil manufacturing department of the company's edible oil refinery plant in Patalganga, India, on Tuesday, June 18, 2013. Monsoon, which accounts for 70 percent of Indias annual rainfall, covered the entire country in a record time, accelerating plantings of crops from rice to soybeans and cotton. Rains covered the whole of India by June 16, the earliest ever and ahead of the normal date of July 15, said D.S. Pai, head of the long-range forecasting division at the India Meteorological Department. Photographer: Dhiraj Singh/Bloomberg via Getty Images
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A Ruchi Soya Industries Ltd. employee turns a valve on a palmolein oil drying machine in the vanaspati oil manufacturing department of the company's edible oil refinery plant in Patalganga, India, on Tuesday, June 18, 2013. Monsoon, which accounts for 70 percent of Indias annual rainfall, covered the entire country in a record time, accelerating plantings of crops from rice to soybeans and cotton. Rains covered the whole of India by June 16, the earliest ever and ahead of the normal date of July 15, said D.S. Pai, head of the long-range forecasting division at the India Meteorological Department. Photographer: Dhiraj Singh/Bloomberg via Getty Images
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