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It draws figures of expenditure from the National Sample Survey on Household Consumer Expenditure.\nThe Tendulkar methodology, however, stands to be reviewed after criticism. The Planning Commission constituted an expert group headed by noted economist C Rangarajan to vet the process last year. Its report is awaited.","picture":null,"particle_type":"bodytext","object_id":"httweets1374679854","particle_id":1865411,"type":"particle"},{"shrink":null,"title":"","content_type":"","text":"Who is Tendulkar? ","picture":null,"particle_type":"bodytitle","object_id":"httweets1374683136","particle_id":1865869,"type":"particle"},{"shrink":null,"title":"","content_type":"","text":"Suresh D. Tendulkar (1939–2011), was professor of economics at the Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi. He was closely associated with the Indian Statistical System including the National Sample Survey Organization and the Advisory Committee on National Accounts of which he is currently the chairperson. 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