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The inflation rates for January-March 2012 based on the published numbers will be 81 per cent93 per cent and 87 per centrespectivelyfor CPI (rural/urban/combined) instead of the 87 per cent102 per cent and 95 per cent as claimed by the author It is not clear why the period of April to December has been considered for the compilation of inflation rates for 2011 The author could have taken the entire yearfrom January to December Even if April to December is takenindices for April to December 2010 might be computed by working out linking factors between CPI (AL) and CPI (rural) and CPI (IW) and CPI (urban) for the base period of 2010 using the splicing method By this procedureinflation rates for April to December 2011 are 114 per cent (rural) and 83 per cent (urban)significantly lower than the 136 per cent (rural) and 107 per cent (urban) shown by the author If one were to make some effort and study the movement of various indicesthen it is seen that the difference in the inflation rates measured by these indices can be attributed to the differences in the target populationweighting patternarea coverage and coverage of markets CPI (rural/urban) is based on the weighting patterns derived from the Consumer Expenditure Survey (CES) results of 2004-05 CPI {rural labourers (RL)/AL} is based on the consumption pattern derived from the results of the CES conducted during 1983and CPI (IW) is on the basis of the weighting pattern obtained from the Family Income and Expenditure Survey carried out during 1999-2000 In order to examine the impact of weighting patternlet us consider CPI (RL)the same being a better representative of the rural population compared to the CPI (AL) The average inflation rate for the three-month period of January to March 2012as per the CPI (RL) is 64 per centwhereas the average inflation rate as per the CPI (rural) is 81 per cent By imposing group weights of CPI (rural) on the corresponding numbers of CPI (RL)it is observed that the resulting average inflation for January to March 2012 comes to 74 per cent (see Table 2) Thereforethe gap between the CPI (rural) and CPI (RL)after adjusting for the weightsis 07 per cent The difference of even 07 per cent can be further explained as the weight of cereal within the food group is much higher in CPI (RL/AL) compared to CPI (rural) andin recent yearsthe rate of increase in cereal prices is lower compared to prices of other food items In additionsome differences are also due to the procedure adopted in the compilation of the indices For examplethe methodology for the computation of the indices with respect to PDS items is different in CPI (RL/IW) and CPI (rural/urban) In the second articlethe author again sought to prove his earlier assertions regarding the overestimation of inflation by the new CPImainly by referring to the issues of other data sets Bhalla did not consider CPI (IW)maybe because the inflation for March 2012 based on this index is 87 per cent The two reasons given by the author in support of low inflation due to the inclusion of new centres from poorer regions and items having higher technology content tending to generate lower than average inflation is not correctfirstbecause the understanding of the writer that new centres are normally from poor regions is not correct On the contrarythe new indices represent the entire rural and urban areas andover time as per capita income is increasingthe share of markets and items pertaining to poorer sections should reduceat least theoretically andsecondprices/inflation rates depend upon many factorslike the availability of transport facilities and market structure We also do not agree with the statement of the writer that the weights can be expected to have a one-time effect CPI series with higher group weights and consistently high inflation would have higher overall inflation compared to other series having lower group weightseven with the same level of group inflation Though the author has corrected some rates in the subsequent articlehe hashowevernot admitted the inaccuracies in his first article CPI (rural/urban)which covers all the states/UTs and also remote regions of the countryshould not be criticised simply because it gives higher inflation rates as compared to those of population segment-specific CPI numbers The writers are deputy director generals in the Central Statistics OfficeMinistry of Statistics & Programme Implementation Views are personal For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sanjaykumar | Published: December 5 2013 1:20 am Related News Higher turnout doesnt just reflect greater voter enthusiasm To begin witha word of caution Dont get surprised byor read too much inthe high turnouts in the recently concluded assembly elections in five states A higher turnout in the four states of ChhattisgarhMadhya PradeshRajasthan and Delhi (Mizoram witnessed a marginally lower turnout of 812 per cent in 2013 compared to 822 per cent in 2008)should not be read as a vote against the incumbent If higher turnout necessarily meant a vote against the ruling partythe Nitish Kumar government in BiharSheila Dikshit government in DelhiNarendra Modi government in Gujaratand Bhupinder Singh Hooda government in Haryana should not have been re-elected recent assembly elections in these states witnessed a much higher turnout compared to previous assembly elections Nor does a lower turnout inevitably mean a vote for the status quoor in favour of the ruling government In the recent pastthere have been assembly elections where turnouts declined and the ruling party lost the electionas in Rajasthan (2008) The higher turnouts in the recently concluded assembly elections are merely a continuation of the trend we have witnessed in most assembly elections held since 2003 This higher turnout is more a result of the better quality of electoral rollsespecially in urban constituenciesdue to the weeding out of the names of ghost votersand less a reflection of the actual increase in the number of voters who cast their vote Provisional figures released by the Election Commission indicate a nearly 4 per cent increase in turnout in Chhattisgarh (71 per cent in 200875 per cent in 2013)an increase of about 3 per cent in Madhya Pradesh (696 per cent in 200872 per cent in 2013)and a nearly 9 per cent increase in Rajasthan (665 per cent in 200875 per cent in 2013) By all indicationsthe turnout in Delhi has also significantly overtaken the figure of 576 per cent in 2008 Of the 24 assembly elections held in different states in recent years (excluding these five assembly elections)turnout increased in 19 assembly elections It marginally declined in Chhattisgarh (between 2003 and 2008)Orissa (between 2004 and 2009)and in Rajasthan (between 2003-2008)while there was hardly any change in turnout in Jharkhand in the two assembly elections held in 2005 and 2009 Clearlythe recent increase in turnout in four states only reflects a continuation of the trend There is also clear evidence to prove that there is no irrefutable connection between an increased turnout and the anti-incumbent vote Between 2003 and 2012assembly elections were held in 24 major states and of these14 states saw the same party getting re-electedand nine states witnessed a change in government Of the 14 states where the same party got reelectedthe turnout increased in 11 stateswhile in three statesthe turnout declined On the other handstates in which the government changed also witnessed an increased turnoutexcept Rajasthanwhere the turnout declined marginally between 2003 and 2008 (from 672 per cent in 2003 to 665 per cent in 2008) What accounts for this general trend of increasing turnoutsnot only in these assembly elections but in almost all the assembly elections held in the last decade Is it due to the increased interest of voters in the political-electoral processor because of successful mobilisation of the voters by political parties These two factors have indeed contributed to an increased turnout among women voters in many states (BiharUttar PradeshPunjabAssam) in recent polls Not only has the turnout among women increasedin some stateswomen have outnumbered the men in voting Provisional turnout figures released by the Election Commission in these states and analysis of the post-poll data conducted by Centre for the Study of Developing Societies (CSDS) also indicate an increased turnout among women in recent electionscompared to previous assembly elections The figures also indicate increased turnouts in urban constituencies in Madhya PradeshChhattisgarh and Rajasthan While one cannot completely deny the role of mobilisation by political parties for the increased turnout both in urban and rural constituenciesthe increase in the turnout in urban constituencies is an effect of the better quality of electoral rolls The electoral rolls in urban constituencies had a sizeable number of ghost voters some of them had shifted house to a nearby localitysome had moved from one locality to anotherwhile others moved to another city and did not bother to get their names deleted from the electoral rolls An analysis of the electoral rolls suggests that even todayfor instancethe ghost voters in Delhis electoral rolls may add up to about 10 per centbut this number is much lower than in the past Urban constituencies in all states have fewer ghost voters than in the past The presence of such ghost voterswho could have never voted in any circumstancenaturally meant a lower turnout Some of the blame for the poor quality of electoral rolls must to be shared by the Election Commissionbut in recent years they have made a concerted effort to clean up the rolls Credit is also due to the Election Commission for its pro-active campaign to increase voter participation through various other initiatives The ECs new initiativethe Systematic Voters Education and Electoral Participation (SVEEP)in all the states that went to polls during the last few yearshas helped the commission find out the difficulties faced by common men and women in registering as votersthe reasons for non-voting among various sections and groupsand similar factors that result in lower turnouts The EC has been prompt in addressing these issues In a democracyhigher voter turnouts in elections are a reason for satisfaction At the same timeit would be an overstatement if increased turnout in the just-concluded assembly elections is read as a sign of greater enthusiasm for polls The enthusiasm of the people remains more or less the same or is only marginally higher Sanjay Kumar is professor at the Centre for the Study of Developing SocietiesDelhi [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: June 29 2017 8:32 pm Hardik Pandya enjoys himself at Antigua Top News After a comprehensive victory over hosts West Indies in the second ODI at Port of Spain the action for the rest of the series shifts to Antigua Before the third one-day the Indian side took a much-needed break and unwinded themselves in the sands of Antigua In a video shared it can be seen that players are jet skiing surfing playing volleyball and enjoying themselves to the utmost Hardik Pandya is the one who enjoys himself the most and says “Boys and girls we are Antigua It is an off day and we are heading out to the beach for some games” Pandya is then seen jet-skiing with teammate Shikhar Dhawan Shikhar Dhawan’s son and wife are also seen in the video so is Ajinkya Rahane and Kuldeep Yadav In the entertaining Virat Kohli is leading one side while another is presumably led by Pandya At the end of the video Pandya exclaims delight and says ” It was a wonderful day with the team and it finally comes to an end We played so many games and had amazing fun We got to swim in clear blue waters Some really amazing memories to take back” If India does win the series then it will indeed be a happy memory for the side to take back Squads: India: Virat Kohli (Captain) Shikhar Dhawan Ajinkya Rahane Yuvraj Singh Mahendra Singh Dhoni (WK) Hardik Pandya Kedar Jadhav Ravichandran Ashwin Ravindra Jadeja Kuldeep Yadav Mohammed Shami Bhuvneshwar Kumar Rishabh Pant Dinesh Karthik Umesh Yadav West Indies: Jason Holder (Captain) Jonathan Carter Miguel Cummins Alzarri Joseph Jason Mohammed Kieran Powell Kesrick Williams Devendra Bishoo Roston Chase Shai Hope (WK) Evin Lewis Ashley Nurse Rovman Powell For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top Newswhich will release it? was sent on stage by the principal. or any other realm.

If he/she continue to be unruly, Ghai had to shelve a similar plan to build an institute in Jhajjar, On Sunday,Cheteshwar Pujara is the fall-back option, The imperative of managing the new triangular dynamic with Washington and Beijing involves Delhi defining its goals clearly and pursuing them firmly. He’s bowled by Kagiso Rabada and South Africa have a big, these three elements are of utmost importance. Their success rate is about 90 per cent. The sketch is ready and the complainant has identified the assailant Yeshes the one? Adding to this list are bringing improvement in the condition of women rehabilitation centres and linking the Madrasas to modern and computer-based education. payments to sugarcane farmers within 15 days.

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