While you may think alcohol is fun, it dehydrates the body and messes with the balance of salt in your body.
Govt pegs 7% rise in onion output to 24.45 million tonnes this year; sees production fall in major fruits
The government on Monday projected the country's overall onion production to increase by seven per cent to 24.45 million tonnes in the current 2019-20 crop year, which may bring relief to consumers from high prices seen in the last few months
Research draws big question mark on whether to eat fruit or not, says excessive consumption causes liver to store more fat
Research weighs in eating fruit may not lead to a huge spike in your blood sugar levels but it could cause your liver to store more fat. As always, the idea is to balance your dietary intake as per your health and age.
Pulwama terror attack: Pakistan has no official information about India withdrawing MFN status, says official
India on Friday announced the withdrawal of the MFN status for Pakistan, following the deadly terror attack on CRPF personnel in Pulwama in Jammu and Kashmir, and hiked the customs duty by 200 per cent on goods originating from Pakistan with immediate effect on Saturday.
July retail inflation cools to 9-month low of 4.17% on smaller increases in prices of vegetables, fruits
The CSO data revealed that inflation in vegetables declined by (-) 2.19 percent last month, compared to 7.8 percent in June.
If the farmer protests escalate, it will stoke inflation, apply brakes on economic growth and hamper Narendra Modi’s prime ministerial aspirations in 2019.
Farmers' protest: Vegetable prices soar as fresh supplies dwindle, stir likely to intensify from 5 June
Retail prices of vegetables shot up in some cities and fresh supply of farm produce was hit as the farmers' agitation entered the second day on Saturday.
Fuel crisis: Hit by rising transport prices, Maharashtra's farmers would rather let the tomato crop rot in the fields
Maharashtra's farmers are a worried lot. Diesel now costs Rs 73.64 in Mumbai. By comparison, it sells at Rs 69.17 in Delhi.
Reversing trend, retail inflation inches up to 4.58% in April on costlier cereals, meat, fish and fruits
The inflation based on Consumer Price Index (CPI), a key data factored in by the Reserve Bank while deciding interest rate, was 4.28 percent in March
Maintaining high growth for a fourth month in a row, industrial production grew in February 2018, from a year-ago. But, February's IIP print was a tad lower than January 2018's growth rate.
Retail inflation fell to a 4-month low of 4.44 percent in February on cheaper food articles and lower cost for fuel. Retail inflation, based on Consumer price index (CPI), was at 5.07 percent in January
Retail inflation declined to 5.07 percent in January due to easing prices of vegetables, fruits and fuel components, an official data showed Monday
Tomato prices skyrocket, hit Rs 80 per kg in national capital region, Rs 100 in Mizoram on supply crunch
At Azadpur mandi, Asia's largest wholesale market for fruits and vegetables, tomato was being sold at Rs 40-50 kg.
The last such high level of inflation was witnessed in April when the rate of price rise was 3.85 percent
Overall food inflation in August moved up, reversing the deflationary trend, to 1.52 percent
"The number of 1.54 percent is historically low and reflects the firm and ongoing consolidation of macro economic stability," Chief Economic Adviser Arvind Subramanian told reporters.
The government has exempted cereals, pulses, atta, maida and besan from the GST, which will be implemented from 1 July.
Shortage of vegetables and spike in its prices looms over the people of Mumbai as farmers in Maharashtra continued their stir for various demands on the second consecutive day on Friday.
Retail inflation, measured in terms of Consumer Price Index (CPI), was at 3.41 percent in December.