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Youth Congress leader, who criticised Rahul Gandhi, AK Antony in FB post, quits party

A day after criticising Rahul Gandhi and A.K. Antony in his Facebook post, Kerala Youth Congress Vice President C.R. Mahesh on Wednesday announced his decision to quit the party.

Crisil blames divergent growth dataprints for WPI-CPI variance

Crisil blames divergent growth dataprints for WPI-CPI variance

With most analysts refusing to buy into the official growth numbers due to vast differences between GDP and GVA, a Crisil analysis has blamed the variance to the steeply falling WPI and the more-or-less stable CPI.

Retail inflation rises to 3.65% in February

Retail inflation rises to 3.65% in February

Retail inflation rose to 3.65 percent in February mainly on account of surge in price of food items like fruits, sugar and confectionery.

 

Balloon, baby walker, noodle bowl among symbols for smaller parties

164 'free symbols' announced by the Election Commission to be used by registered political parties which are unrecognised.

Inflation in Britain highest since 2014: ONS

Inflation in Britain highest since 2014: ONS

Inflation in Britain has reached a record high of 1.8 percent since 2014 in January, on the rising fuel price, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) has said.

Economic Survey 2017: Inflation to be below 5% in FY17, trend to continue

Economic Survey 2017: Inflation to be below 5% in FY17, trend to continue

Retail inflation is likely to be well below RBI's target of 5 per cent in the current fiscal as demonetisation would discourage any price headwind, the Economic Survey for 2016-17 said on Tuesday.

Budget 2017: A Detailed Overview of Economy

Budget 2017: A Detailed Overview of Economy

The economy under Modi's leadership has seen a major improvement in the past ten months on several fronts; however, certain hiccups are still there which will take time to sort out.

CPI inflation likely to be around 5.7% in 2017; rate cut possible: Nomura

CPI inflation likely to be around 5.7% in 2017; rate cut possible: Nomura

India's CPI inflation is likely to average around 5.3 per cent in 2017, up from 5.1 per cent in 2016, but the RBI might still cut repo rate by 25 bps in the first quarter of next year, says a Nomura report.

Prospects of rate cut affected as dollar, crude rise: ASSOCHAM Paper

Prospects of rate cut affected as dollar, crude rise: ASSOCHAM Paper

Due to continuous pressure on rupee against dollar, prospects for cut in the policy rates by the RBI mabe be adversely affected.

 

November WPI declines to 3.15% as food prices soften

November WPI declines to 3.15% as food prices soften

The annual rate of inflation, based on monthly WPI, stood at 3.15 percent (provisional) for the month of November, 2016 (over November, 2015) as compared to 3.39 percent (provisional) for the previous month and -2.04 percent during the corresponding month of the previous year. 

Demonetisation Impact: Retail inflation cools to 2-year low of  3.63% in November

Demonetisation Impact: Retail inflation cools to 2-year low of 3.63% in November

Retail inflation eased to 2-year low of 3.63 percent in November this year due to lower consumer spending on various food items including vegetables since government's move to scrap old Rs 500/1000 notes.

Dumper set ablaze during Jharkhand bandh, 6 arrested

No shops and business establishments are open anticipating violence during the bandh.

Congress leads protest march to PM's residence against demonetization

Congress leads protest march to PM's residence against demonetization

This government has courtesy this move brought in a feudal landlord system, whereby the earnings of the poor are being snatched," said Banerjee during the protest at the Jantar Mantar.

CPI(M) for joint agitation on cooperative issue, Cong differ

"Actually it would have been more appropriate, if the Chief Minister had observed the dharna at national capital, which is the headquarters of Union government," Sudheeran said.

Demonetisation: CPI demands use of old notes till December 31

Demonetisation: CPI demands use of old notes till December 31

"If the Prime Minister is sincere, he should apologise to the nation and set right things by allowing people to use the old currency till December 31 for all public utilities like journeys, hospitals, medical shops, tax payments, phone payments, to purchase foodgrains, and essential commodities," CPI General Secretary S Sudhakar Reddy told reporters.

Demonetisation: Expecting fireworks during Winter Session, BJP calls strategy meet to chalk out steps to counter Opposition

Demonetisation: Expecting fireworks during Winter Session, BJP calls strategy meet to chalk out steps to counter Opposition

Expecting fireworks in both Houses during the Winter Session of Parliament starting from Wednesday, with the Opposition planning to target the government on several issues, including demonetisation, the ruling BJP has called a meeting of its top executives on Monday to chalk out strategy to counter a 'united' Opposition.

Demonetisation: LS Speaker calls all-party meet as Opposition gears up for showdown with Narendra Modi govt

Demonetisation: LS Speaker calls all-party meet as Opposition gears up for showdown with Narendra Modi govt

With Centre's demonetisation move aggravating the problems being faced by the common man, a united Opposition is ready with a plan to corner the BJP-led NDA government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

CPI demands judicial inquiry into encounter of 28 Maoists

CPI demands judicial inquiry into encounter of 28 Maoists

CPI on Friday demanded a judicial inquiry into the encounter in which 28 Maoists were gunned down by a joint team of Andhra Pradesh and Odisha police and deplored the action as "highhanded" killings.

Cauvery issue: Tamil Nadu leaders meet President Pranab Mukherjee

Cauvery issue: Tamil Nadu leaders meet President Pranab Mukherjee

A delegation of opposition parties in Tamil Nadu on Friday met President Pranab Mukherjee and sought his intervention in the setting up of Cauvery Management Board, a demand Karnataka is opposed to.

 WPI inflation in September eases to 3.57%

WPI inflation in September eases to 3.57%

Keeping in trend with retail inflation, wholesale price inflation (WPI) in September eased to 3.57 percent in month of September from a two-year high of 3.74 per cent in August, official data showed on Friday.