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New Delhi, December 29, 2011
Food inflation fell sharply to a six-year low of 0.42 per cent in the week ended December 17 as prices of essential items like vegetables, onion, potato and wheat declined.

BT Online Bureau
New Delhi, December 22, 2011
Food inflation falls to a nearly four-year low of 1.81 per cent for the week ended December 10 as prices of essential items like vegetables, onion, potato and wheat declined.

BT Online Bureau
New Delhi, November 17, 2011
Food inflation slips to 10.63 per cent from 11.81 per cent for the week ended November 5 even as prices of agricultural items, barring onions and wheat, continued to rise on an annual basis.

New Delhi, October 13, 2011
Food inflation declined marginally, but was still high at 9.32 per cent for the week ended October 1 as prices of major kitchen staples continued to pinch consumers' pockets.

Puja Mehra
October 8, 2011
Unless the government supports it on curbing inflation, RBI will have to kill the high-growth momentum. In the war on inflation, there are limits to what RBI can achieve without government support.

New Delhi, September 8, 2011
The government on Thursday decided to lift four year-old ban on wheat exports but prohibited onion exports to control its rising prices.

New Delhi, September 1, 2011
This is the first time food inflation entered the double-digit mark since the week ended March 12, when it was at the same figure of 10.05 per cent.

New Delhi, August 4, 2011
After dropping to a 20-month low in mid-July, food inflation inched up for the week ended July 23 on expensive onion, fruits and milk.

New Delhi, May 19, 2011
Food inflation in the country slipped further to 7.47 per cent for the week ended May 7 on the back of cheaper pulses, vegetables and wheat. This is the lowest rate of price rise in food items in the last 18 months.

New Delhi, April 28, 2011
Food inflation stood at 8.74 per cent in the previous week. This is the second consecutive week when the rate has gone up after a period of moderation in February and March.

New Delhi, April 15, 2011
Prices of certain essential items like pulses and wheat, fell during the week, helping food inflation fall for the third week. Inflation in non-food articles was 26.77 per cent.

New Delhi, April 7, 2011
Food inflation fell to 9.18 per cent for the week ended March 26, the lowest level in almost four months, on the back of a decline in the prices of pulses.

ITGD Bureau
New Delhi, March 17, 2011
Annual food inflation in early March eased from 9.52 per cent recorded in the previous week as prices of onions and milk fell, while fuel inflation accelerated.

New Delhi, March 10, 2011
The rate of price rise of food items has fallen to a single-digit figure for the first time since the week ended December 4, 2010, when it was 9.46 per cent.

New Delhi, February 7, 2011
Consumer indices will be available for five major groups - food, beverages and tobacco; fuel and light; housing; clothing, bedding and footwear; and miscellaneous.

New Delhi, February 3, 2011
Food inflation rose 1.48 percentage points from 15.57 per cent in the previous week, though it should a considerable decline from last year's 20.56 per cent.
February 17, 2011
After the central bank announced its third quarter review of monetary policy on January 25, Deputy Governor Subir Gokarn spoke with BT about the changed scenario for the economy and the RBI's outlook.

Mail Today Bureau
Mumbai, January 25, 2011
In its review of the economy released on Monday, the RBI warned that India is likely to \"import\" inflation as global commodity prices surge, adding to the food prices-led domestic price spiral.

Ajit Ranade
February 3, 2011
The government's short-sighted policies are stoking inflation, argues Ajit Ranade.

New Delhi, January 20, 2011
The decline in food inflation - from 16.91 for the week ended January 1 - is mainly due to falling prices of pulses, wheat and potato. Vegetable prices are still on a high.

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