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Mumbai, January 25, 2011
The RBI on Tuesday upped the inflation projection to 7 per cent by March-end and warned against a possible spill over of high food and energy prices to a more generalised inflation.

New Delhi, January 25, 2011
The short-term lending (repo) rate has been hiked to 6.50 per cent and the borrowing (reverse repo) to 5.50 per cent, a move that will make funds expensive for banks.

Mail Today Bureau
New Delhi, January 18, 2011
Civil aviation minister Praful Patel appears bent on following the lead set by his NCP boss and ministerial colleague Sharad Pawar when it comes to talking up prices.

New Delhi, January 17, 2011
Indian Oil Corp is losing Rs 1.22 per litre on petrol despite last week's Rs 2.50 a litre hike in prices, as crude oil rules at two-year high levels.

ITGD Bureau
New Delhi, January 14, 2011
After moderating somewhat in November, the overall inflation rose in December. RBI is likely to raise the key policy rates during its policy reviewon January 25.

New Delhi, January 5, 2011
Oil Minister Murli Deora on Wednesday said his ministry is not in favour of raising diesel and domestic LPG prices, as the move will add to the high inflation rate.

New Delhi, December 30, 2010
The figure rose to 14.44 per cent from 12.13 per cent in the previous week. This is the fifth consecutive week when the rate of price rise of food items has increased.

New Delhi, December 29, 2010
The Group was originally scheduled to meet on December 15, but it was deferred to December-end due to non availability of certain ministers in the grouping.

S.P.S. Pannu
New Delhi , December 29, 2010
The petroleum and the finance ministry debate over the manner in which the expected subsidy bill of Rs 70,000 crore on petroleum products is to be financed.

New Delhi, December 22, 2010
The ministerial panel may consider a Rs 2 per litre hike in diesel prices to narrow the difference between the domestic retail price of the fuel and its imported cost.

New Delhi, December 21, 2010
While the government deregulated petrol prices in June this year, state-owned firms continue to sell diesel, domestic LPG and kerosene below cost to keep inflation in check.

B.S. Srinivasalu Reddy
Mumbai, December 15, 2010
Inflation moderated to 7.48 per cent in November from 8.58 per cent in October, raising hopes that the RBI may 'pause' in hiking its key policy rates in its mid-quarter policy review.

B.S. Srinivasalu Reddy
Mumbai, December 13, 2010
Leading economists feel RBI could postpone raising key rates in its review on Thursday, but continued funds crunch could force banks to hike lending rates in the coming months.

New Delhi, December 8, 2010
A raise in diesel prices also looks imminent, as crude oil prices have inched closer to $90 per barrel, widening the gap between domestic retail rates and their imported cost.

Sanjay Singh
New Delhi, December 7, 2010
Private airlines push for 'market forces' and 'liberalisation' after the government rapped them on the knuckles for hiking fares to exorbitant levels over the past few weeks.

New Delhi, November 8, 2010
The nation's largest fuel retailer islikely to increase petrol prices by 33 paise a litre, to counter the increasing international crude oil prices and reduce pressure on its cash book.

New Delhi, October 30, 2010
The government agrees to give an additional Rs 3,000 crore to them to make up for part of revenue they lost on sale of fuel below cost.

New Delhi, October 16, 2010
State-owned Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd hiked petrol price 0.70 a litre effective from Thursday midnight, while other PSU oil retailers are likely to follow suit in next couple of days.

Chandralekha Mukerji
July 22, 2010
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