Newsdesk: Prices of most of the daily necessities have increased over the week. However, the prices of some products have also decreased. On Friday (November 18), it was seen that the prices of rice, dal, flour, flour, oil, sugar and gram have increased over the week. Prices of onion, garlic, ginger, eggs and broiler chickens have decreased. Coarse rice in the market has increased by Tk 2 to Tk 3 per kg. Medium quality rice is selling for Tk 70 to Tk 75 and good quality fine rice is selling above Tk 80. Packet flour has increased by Tk 4 and is being sold at Tk 70 per kg. Price of packet flour increased by 10 taka to 80 taka, open flour is being sold at 65 taka. And flour is being sold at 75 rupees. A bottle of soybean oil is being sold at Tk 190 per liter with an increase of Tk 12. Open soybean oil is being sold at Tk 172 per litre, up from Tk 158 earlier. Apart from this, the government has increased the price of packaged sugar by Tk 13 to Tk 108 per kg. Although open sugar is being sold at the price of Tk 120 per kg in the market. The price of pulses has also increased. Lentils are being sold at Tk 110 to Tk 140 per kg in the open market and chickpeas are being sold at Tk 85 to Tk 90 per kg with an increase of Tk 5. Meanwhile, the prices of winter vegetables have started to decrease in the market. SIM is being sold for 50 to 60 taka. Patal, bitter gourd, brinjal, lati are available for 40 to 50 taka per kg. Cauliflower and cabbage 30 to 40 taka per piece. The price of onion in the market has also decreased slightly. Desi onion is being sold at Tk 50 to Tk 55 per kg, which was Tk 60 a week ago. Imported onions are available at Tk 40 to Tk 50 per kg. Desi garlic is being sold between Tk 70 and Tk 90 per kg reduced by Tk 10. Desi ginger is being sold for Tk 200 to Tk 220. Apart from this, farm eggs are being sold at Tk 40 to Tk 45 per egg in the market. Which was Rs 50 a week ago.