The RBI lowered its outlook for the fiscal year 2019-2020 at its August meeting.
The EPFO is looking at alternative authentication vis-a-vis the employee database.
Petrol imports rose to 230,000 tonnes in July, the highest since PPAC data going back to 2011.
Parle is not the only food product company to have flagged slowing demand.
The restaurant claimed that its Bengaluru launch was after its "resounding success" in Chennai and Coimbatore.
Auto parts manufacturers and dealers have laid off about 350,000 workers since April.
If the RBI does cut rates in Oct and early next year it will be the most aggressive amongst major central banks in easing policy.
Food prices have risen due to lower-than-expected monsoon rains over the past two months.
Gangwal last month alleged violations of corporate governance rules at InterGlobe, calling for India’s securities regulator to intervene.
The country’s biggest lenders and automakers have all sounded warning bells over the slower growth in demand and consumption.