Commerce and Industry minister Piyush Goyal urges China to clamp down on unfair trade practices by Chinese exporters
Piyush Goyal asked China to stop unfair trade practices, and increase import of Indian services to correct trade balance
GDP calculation system revised in line with international standards: govt clarifies Arvind Subramanian’s allegations of overstating growth numbers
Govt says GDP numbers calculated as System of National Accounts 2008 (2008 SNA) adopted by United Nations Statistical Commission
The RBI has delivered a rate cut of 25 bps, making it three consecutive rate cuts in a year
The World Bank has projected that the Indian economy will grow at a rate of 7.5 per cent for the next 3 fiscal years.
The debate around PLFS is back and here are the issues that the politicised controversy fails to consider
The Periodic Labour Force Survey (PLFS) is officially out, and with it, the controversy on job growth over the last 5 years has resurfaced.
India’s GDP grew by 6.8% in the last financial year, quarterly rate fell below 6% in the last quarter
The GDP growth rate for the financial year 2018-19 was 6.8% at constant price, and 11.2% at the current price.
For the first time in India's history, the S&P BSE SENSEX has crossed the 40,000 mark.
In 2004, after the BJP had conceded defeat, the markets had crashed by almost 850 points
The recent debate regarding the GDP has come with the backdrop of a report that suggests that the MCA-21 database has 36% of its companies unsuitable for collection of data
GST collection for the month of April 2019 is highest since its rollout.
In the eight sectors, only crude oil production declined, all other seven sectors saw positive growth in March 2019.
India is poised to uplift 2.5 crore households out of poverty by 2030, reports the World Economic Forum
According to a World Economic Forum report, share of households below poverty line will reduce from 15% today to 5% by 2030
Rahul Gandhi talks while PM Modi delivers the Make In India promise: Apple to shift mass production of iPhones from China to India
While Bengaluru unit of Apple was already manufacturing older models, the new facility will manufacture newer phones
Modi government’s surgical strike(s) on Black Money: A multi-pronged, systematic approach that has been cleansing corruption effectively
Demonetization was not a whim of one person, it was perfectly planned move. When on November 8, 2016, at 20:00 hrs, PM Modi announced demonetisation, people with black money knew they were in trouble.
Kumaraswamy said that the Prime Minister was publicising the air strikes as if he himself had carried out the strikes.
Filmmaker turned journalist insinuates the fall of Jet Airways being PM Modi’s fault, uses it to deride BJP’s ‘Vikas’ agenda
Kapri, whose 'journalism' often sounds like Congress' election campaign, insinuated that the entire Jet Airways crisis is somehow the fault of the Modi government.
How were the 'leaked NSSO data' numbers cooked up?
Despite much brouhaha created by the Congress over job creation, multiple sources have reiterated that around 15 million jobs were created in India by the Modi government per year.
Do not be selfish, prepare for more taxes to fund NYAY scheme: Rahul Gandhi’s aide Sam Pitroda’s advise to Indian middle class
Putting the onus of guilt on the middle class for worrying about taxes, Pitroda said, "How can you see poor people around you and worry that somebody might take a 10 paisa from you. That is not India."
Former Niti Ayog Vice Chairman slams Rahul Gandhi’s ‘NYAY’: Fiscally imprudent and may cost more than India’s defence budget
The Congress has promised to provide cash support to the poorest 20 percent households of the country if it is voted to power in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. The party promised to target five crore families or 25 crore individuals as beneficiaries of the scheme.
GST collection in March was highest, and BSE Sensex crossed the 39000 for the first time on April 1st
Despite all these crises, Jet has continued to offer discounts and accept advance bookings from passengers which have forced the ministry to intervene.
MIT economist Abhijit Banerjee who is advising Rahul Gandhi on his Minimum Income Scheme explained how middle class is the biggest loser
Rahul Gandhi’s economist advisor says high inflation is good for economy, NYAY scheme will be funded by high taxes and inflation
Rahul Gandhi's advisor and economist Abhijit Banerjee said that NYAY scheme will be funded by high taxes, and it will replace other schemes
Rahul Gandhi’s Minimum Income Guarantee could kill all other subsidies and be the mother of all scams
Remember, India’s worst-case scenario is also the Dynasty’s best case scenario.
Where is the money? Rahul Gandhi’s promise is going to cost a whopping Rs 3.60 lakh crore a year, 13% of union budget
Minimum Income Guarantee Scheme of Congress party ensures monthly income of Rs 12,000 for 20% of India's population
Modi government exceeds disinvestment target for the second time in a row, completes first-ever sale of ‘enemy shares’
This is being considered the second highest receipt ever
As per EFPO data, net employment generation in the formal sector touched a 17-month high in January
India remains the fastest growing major economy in the world with an annual average GDP growth during the last five years higher than the growth achieved by any Government since economic reforms began in 1991.
The month of March has witnessed the most robust Rupee performance since 2nd January 2019.