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Thread: Consumer Price Index for Oct is 181 and for Sept 179, Any idea about D.A from Jan2010

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    Default Consumer Price Index for Oct is 181 and for Sept 179, Any idea about D.A from Jan2010

    What is expected D.A from Jan 2011?
    Consumer Price Index for Oct is 181 and for Sept 179, Any idea about D.A from Jan 2011
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    The expected DA may be around 51%, that is 6% more, if the CPI remains on 181 for the remaining two months !
    Expected DA from Jan 2011 ! Not Jan 2010

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    Thank you for information and error correction.

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    Thumbs up DA jan 2011

    Yes what terrance is saying is right .As per the CPI for Oct the
    DA will be 6% or may be 7% only

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    Consumer Price Index for Nov 2010 is 182.

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    Govt. should consider supply of essential items to Govt. servants at concessional rates. For Defence personnels through CSD canteen most of the consumer and food items are sold without tax. The same facility should be extended to GSs restricting for certain items.

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    Quote Originally Posted by naukar View Post
    Govt. should consider supply of essential items to Govt. servants at concessional rates. For Defence personnels through CSD canteen most of the consumer and food items are sold without tax. The same facility should be extended to GSs restricting for certain items.
    That is not a bad suggestion. Hope somebody competent viewing this will take note of it. In my opinion, this will help to check price hike to some extent.

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