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Mar 23, 2016
PM Modi under fire as rising costs put squeeze on middle class IndiansDespite the complaints, many are willing to give Modi more time to address their concerns
Aug 14, 2013
Tough times: High inflation and rupee's fall leave no room for more rate cutsImported inflation because of the depreciation of currency, alongside onion prices, are impacting. This clearly suggests that Reserve bank of India will have less flexibility as far as action of rates are concerned
Mar 13, 2013
Feb inflation likely softened, spurring rate cut hopes :PollFebruary's deceleration would be the fifth in a row, bringing inflation closer to the Reserve Bank of India's perceived comfort level of around 5 percent as it comes under pressure to shore up economic growth.
Jul 16, 2012
Experts: WPI lowest since Dec 2009, but core inflation steadyHeadline inflation is way above the Reserve Bank of India's comfort zone. Hence, the case for easing of monetary policy is not there, say experts.
Jun 18, 2012
Highlights of RBI's monetary policyA cut in interest rates, according to the RBI, would further exacerbate inflation rather than push growth forward.
Jun 14, 2012
Pranab-da is busy; it's back to Subbarao to steer the economyThe pressure on Mint Road to act is also greater now because of the poor GDP growth and IIP numbers, both of which indicate that there is no other option but to prioritise growth over inflation.
Apr 24, 2012
Prices: Between a rock and a hard place, as alwaysWe know what is impacting prices, but no matter what you do, there is no optimal solution to the rising problem of inflation.
Apr 16, 2012
March inflation rises to 6.89% year on year, dips vs FebIndia's wholesale price index (WPI) rose a faster-than-expected 6.89 percent in March from a year earlier, mainly driven by higher food prices, government data showed on Monday.
Jun 17, 2011
Woof, woof! RBI is barking up the wrong inflationary treeIt points to 'core inflation' pressures, whereas the bigger problem is on the supply side. It could end up overdoing monetary policy options.