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A comprehensive farm relief plan by the centre likely soon: Reports

PM Modi, Amit Shah, Arun Jaitley and Agriculture Minister Radha Mohan Singh met to outline a broad plan to tackle the growing agrarian distress.

Measures adopted by the Modi government paying off, the recovery against NPAs has doubled for public sector banks

As revealed under the Asset Quality Review (AQR), the NPAs have been piling up since 2008, during the tenure of the UPA government.

We only outrage, we never celebrate

Positivity has no place in public discourse in today's India
India surges ahead of China as most favoured nation for corporate deals

In a year when markets have sunk across the world, Modi’s India shines, tops China in corporate deals

This is the story that they will not tell you. In a year when markets have sunk across the world, India, under Prime Minister Modi, shines

The impact on India’s economy of demonetised currency returning to banks

After demonetisation, when most demonetised currency returned to the bank, questions were raised on the success of demonetisation itself

Who served the Middle class: In a match between BJP and Congress, BJP wins the set 30-0

We have designed a methodology in which we will consider 30 different categories divided into 11 different parameters to compare what both Governments, Congress and BJP, have done for the middle class
Modi government delivers, Congress opposes GST rate cut for middle class

Here are the specific items that Congress opposed GST tax-cut on most vehemently

Congress opposing GST rate cut on items that can benefit the middle class is a classic case of Congress trying to stymie benefit to the people of the country for petty political gains.

Modi delivers: Only 28 luxury items remain in 28% GST slabs, rates slashed for several goods

Vegetables (cooked or uncooked), and frozen vegetables have been shifted to zero percent slab from previous 5%.

Facts, No Fiction: Recent farm loan waiver prove that Congress hasn’t learnt from its past mistakes that drove fiscal deficit up

Populist policies like farm loan waiver of the Congress indicate two things; unwillingness to learn from past economic mistakes and the lack of a sound policy agenda to resolve some of the long-standing issues of Indian farmers.

Much ado about nothing: Demystifying the needless hue and cry over the RBI

Nothing justifies this misinformation campaign attempt at political point scoring even though there is no credible point which Congress can harp on to while making those claims.

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