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Elementary countrywide retail price rises facts unveiled

February 21: Price rises rooted to the all India Consumer Price Index was positioned at 7.65 per cent in January, as stated by the first countrywide retail price rises figures unveiled by the government on Tuesday. While food as well as beverages reported a balanced charge of price rise of 4.11 per cent year-on-year in January, the inflation specifics for fuel and light, and clothing, bedding and footwear sectors were in double-digits.

On the whole retail price rises in rural as well as urban regions continued at 7.38 per cent and 8.25 per cent in the equivalent month. Vegetables were less costly by more than 24 per cent on a countrywide base in January over the equivalent month the previous year.

Nonetheless, additional food as well as beverages experienced an augmentation in costs. In rural as well as in urban regions, price rises in the group continued at 4.18 per cent and 3.98 per cent. Milk as well as milk yields turned out to be 16.53 per cent more costly on a yearly basis, while cost of oils and fats augmented by 13.47 per cent in January. Condiments along with spices turned out to be expensive by 11.83 per cent and fruits by 10.62 per cent in the month.

The all India CPI will be obtainable apart from the three retail price guide for agricultural labourers, rural labourers as well as industrial workers formed by the Ministry of Labour. The fresh countrywide CPI is being readied by the Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation (MOSPI) and is ultimately anticipated to substitute the Wholesale Price Index (WPI) as the yardstick of price rises.

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Finance mininster confident of greater expansion of Indian economy

June 28: Finance minister Pranab Mukherjee has shown buoyancy by observing that the Indian financial system will prolong to expand just about 8.5 per cent in 2011-12 fiscal replicating the activity of the previous fiscal year. Mr Mukherjee made this revelation while giving a crucial lecture at a Conference on US-India Economic and Financial Partnership in Washington consistent with an official press release, Mr Mukherjee noted that augmenting saving along with investment rate in the nation and quick growth of infrastructure along with Information and Technology segments will facilitate the nation to uphold a lofty expansion rate of 8 to 9 per cent in the approaching few decades.

The Finance Minister guaranteed the assembly of Indian-American corporate leaders that the reorganization procedure will go on unabated. He added that the deliberations were in progress to come to agreement on additional opening up of the FDI guidelines in the retail along with defence segments. On the worldwide trade circumstances, he noted, India plans to double its sell abroad to attain a phase of 500 billion US dollars in the following three years. Mr Mukherjee, nonetheless, affirmed the challenge is to continue GDP growth in the context of worldwide expansion and control domestic price rises, which is floating at approximately 9 per cent.


Inflation not worrying: Cabinet Secretary

June 15: The government on Wednesday categorically stated that it was keeping an eye on inflation, which had traversed the 9 per cent mark. Talking to newspersons in the aftermath of a conference with Agriculture Minister Sharad Pawar in New Delhi, new cabinet secretary Ajit Kumar Seth affirmed that there was no reason to be worried about the current inflation. Mr Seth asserted that the government was aware of the prevailing condition and would adopt correct action if required. The Finance Ministry together with the Reserve Bank has articulated unease over high inflation.


Food price rises up by 8.55% for week concluding May 14

May 26: Food price rises has surged to 8.55 per cent for the week concluding on May 14. The increase is blamed for rise of prices of fruits, cereals as well as protein-based commodities.

Food price rises, as gauged by the Wholesale Price Index or WPI, was on a waning course for the earlier three weeks. The figure for the seven-day phase under evaluation was 1.08 percentage points greater than the 7.47 per cent price increase rate noted in the earlier week.

Costs of fruit surged by 32.37 per cent, milk by 5.53 per cent while costs of eggs, meat as well as fish rose by 8.26 per cent correspondingly.

Rice also became expensive by 2.63 per cent and potatoes 0.17 per cent more costly on a yearly basis. Costs of vegetables along with pulses came down by 1.46 per cent and 9.49 per cent, correspondingly. Wheat became less costlier by 0.30 per cent on a yearly basis.


Fitline enters Karnataka Capital

February 9: Exhibiting the newest Fitness notions as well as modern equipment, New Delhi- based Lifestyle health as well as wellness solution contributors Fitline, has unveiled its most recent business Grand Display channel at Bangalore, Karnataka.

Covering more than 3500 Square Feet, the New showroom positioned at # 752, 80 Ft Main Road, 4th Block, Kormangala, Bangalore-will furnish its high profile clientele with products on show commencing at Rs 75000/- for a spin bike to Rs 8,57,000/- for a sophisticated treadmill.

The store will exhibit the newest array of High End Fitness equipments of Variable Resistance equipments, free Weights And Cardiovascular Equipments, Strength Training Stations, Tread Mills, Arc Cross Trainer, high-tech Upright Bikes, Recumbent Bikes, Spin Bikes, Spin Eliptical's amid other equipments from global top brands similar to Cybex International & Keiser from (USA), Body Strong in addition to Fitline amongst others.

Mr David Chung, Director of Asia Pacific Sales, Cybex International, Inc. while speaking on the occasion remarked, "Everybody wants to have a fit body. The right guidance added with reliable equipment not only help in achieving it but also keep you injury free. The Cybex legacy and Arc Trainers that have gone through complete research and technology are perfect examples of such good equipments"

Said Mr Harmeet Luthra, Director Fitline noted, "Corporate in Bangalore are looking for employee welfare and corporate wellness for employee enhansed productivity and retention. Health clubs too are demanding the best in equipments for durability and member satisfaction. They are buying the best and we have with us as the best choice in equipments including world leaders like Cybex."

In a normal arrangement solution for a complete completely equipped health club may diverge. Amid there are numerous solutions at diverse price ranges, "We have already incorporated and tied up with physiotherapists and well known expert trainers for complete guidance" observed Mr Puneet Nindra, Director, Fitline. The Fitline outlet will make available Treadmills for Health Clubs as well as Gymnasiums efficiently between Rs 1,75,000/-, to state of the art cybex at Rs 8,50,000/-.



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