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The June inflation data shows that the prices of fruits have decreased. The price of fruits that saw an inflation of 10.13% last year drastically came down and witnessed a deflation of -4.18%.

Pulses, however, became pricier as its inflation increased year-on-year, from -10.87% to 5.68%.

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