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CPI has fallen down to 5.05%

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Amit Shah extends Vaman Jayanti wishes on Onam, faces criticism, trolled on Twitter

Amit Shah extends Vaman Jayanti wishes on Onam, faces criticism, trolled on Twitter

After PM Narendra Modi, now BJP chief Amit Shah has landed in a soup by triggering a fresh controversy over the legacy of Onam, depicting the primarily harvest festival of Kerala as ‘Vaman Jayanti’.

India's Industrial growth contracts by 2.4%, inflation falls to 5.05%

India's Industrial growth contracts by 2.4%, inflation falls to 5.05%

India's annual retail inflation eased by 100 basis points to 5.05 percent in August, but factory output again dipped to a negative growth of (-)2.4 percent in July from an expansion of 1.95 percent in the moth before, official data showed on Monday.

Status of political parties to be reviewed every 10 years

Status of political parties to be reviewed every 10 years

The Election Commission has amended Paragraph 6C of the Election Symbols (Reservation and Allotment) Order, 1968, to affect the change.  

RBI launches Sept round of inflation expectation survey

RBI launches Sept round of inflation expectation survey

The Reserve Bank on Monday announced the launch of the September round of inflation expectations survey of households covering 18 cities across the country.

Modi backs new CPI target in Independence Day speech

Modi backs new CPI target in Independence Day speech

Prime Minister Narendra Modi gave his backing to a new inflation target in a major speech on Monday, saying his government had brought down consumer price growth from double digits under the last government.

Vegetables may soar further as peak production season ends: Report

Vegetables may soar further as peak production season ends: Report

In a "most worrying" sign for consumers, the prices of vegetables in retail markets are likely to shoot up further in coming months as the 'peak production season' came to an end, says a report.

IIP growth dips 2.1%; retail inflation shoots up to 6.07%

IIP growth dips 2.1%; retail inflation shoots up to 6.07%

Raising concerns about cost of credit and pick up in economic activity, retail inflation soared to 23-month high of 6.07 percent in July on higher food prices, while factory output grew at a subdued rate of 2.1 percent in June.

Subbarao questions inflation-targeting, doubts its efficacy

Subbarao questions inflation-targeting, doubts its efficacy

Former Reserve Bank governor Duvvuri Subbarao has doubted achieving the 4 percent inflation target set under the new MPC set-up given the narrow margin the new price index has now and the way prices have been moving up in recent months.

 

Rains support RBI rate cut, may douse agflation : BoA-ML

Rains support RBI rate cut, may douse agflation : BoA-ML

he Reserve Bank is expected to cut key interest rate by 25 basis points at its policy review meet next month if prices of pulses fall and help push down agflation, a BoA-ML report said on Monday, even as it sees overall retail inflation in July to touch 6 per cent.

Left, JD(U) leaders to visit Una today

Left, JD(U) leaders to visit Una today

JD(U) leader Sharad Yadav, CPI's D Raja and CPI(M) Lok Sabha member P K Biju would reach Una tomorrow and meet the family members of the youths who were allegedly beaten up by a group of right-wing 'gau rakshaks' (cow vigilantes).

Rural inflation is higher than urban: Crisil

Rural inflation is higher than urban: Crisil

Rating agency Crisil on Monday said while urban inflation fell from 9 percent to 5.3 per cent, rural inflation declined from 10.1 per cent to 6.2 per cent in the last one year.

 

WPI inflation in June inches up to 1.62% Vs 0.79% in May

WPI inflation in June inches up to 1.62% Vs 0.79% in May

The wholesale price index (WPI) rose in June by 1.62 percent, up from 0.79 percent in May.

Need secular unity to take on BJP: Rahul Gandhi

Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi has called on secular parties to unite to take on the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).

Macro data, Q1 show to take spotlight for markets this week

Macro data, Q1 show to take spotlight for markets this week

IIP and inflation data, quarterly earnings from blue-chips TCS and Infosys and progress of monsoon rains will be key determinants for the stock market this week, say experts.

RBI may cut rate in Aug despite high June inflation: BofA-ML

RBI may cut rate in Aug despite high June inflation: BofA-ML

June CPI inflation may climb to 6.2 percent, but despite this Reserve Bank is expected to cut key policy rate by 25 basis points on August 9, with monsoon set to douse agflation, says a report.

Retail inflation rises to 5.76% in May; rate cut hopes reduced

Retail inflation rises to 5.76% in May; rate cut hopes reduced

Retail inflation in May rose to 5.76 percent on account of dearer food articles such as vegetables and pulses.

Kin seeks recall of transfer of officer probing Pansare case

 Medha Pansare, daughter-in-law of rationalist and CPI leader Govind Pansare who was shot dead last year, has sought cancellation of the transfer of the officer investigating the case stating that it would "adversely impact" the probe.

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Tamil Nadu polls: Modi govt taking anti-working class initiatives, says CPI

Referring to RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan's "one-eyed king" remarks, Raja said though BJP ministers have criticised him over it, "his (Rajan's) comments explain everything.