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Those who brought us Kerala model of health have now come up with Bangladesh model of economy: How they are wrong, so, so wrong

Doesn’t it also predict that India will see a GDP growth of 8.8% next year, making us the world’s fastest growing economy and India will easily pull ahead of Bangladesh in per capita GDP next year?

Rs 10,000 special festival advance for govt employees, Interest-free 50-year loans to states: FM Nirmala Sitharaman

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said that the Centre will provide Rs 10,000 special festival advance to its employees to stimulate demand in the economy.

Economic policy to alleviate the immediate effects of Covid-19 on the Indian Economy needs to be tactical to stabilize society

As preparations are made to restart economy after effects of lockdown, stimulating demand side of economy is need of the hour

Union govt unveils three schemes worth Rs 50,000 crore to make India self-reliant in electronics manufacturing

Union IT minister Ravi Shankar Prasad releases detailed guidelines about the three new initiatives to promote electronics manufacturing

Lifting the lockdown and revival of the economy: An open letter to PM Modi

Lockdown will result in the number of cases looking to be under control, but its repeal will inevitably result in a spike.

The perils of US hegemony, the petrodollar and the role India could play in the emergence of the New World Order

To achieve a more balanced world order, India undoubtedly needs to first grow militarily in view of the current geopolitical scenario which clearly indicates the possibility of global conflict is not too distant a future.

Banks allowed to defer EMIs by 3 months, cut in repo rate, liquidity injection of Rs 3.74 lakh crores: Highlights of the RBI Governor’s...

The most important notification put out by the RBI on Friday was that a three-month moratorium has been announced on payment of instalments of loans outstanding on March 1, 2020.

India’s service sector activity growth hits 7-year high in January due to robust domestic demand

Two days back, The IHS Markit had released its India Manufacturing Purchasing Manager’s Index, which showed an increase in manufacturing activity in the country. The index had risen to 55.3 in January from 52.7 in December.

India’s manufacturing sector growth in January rises to an 8-year high, economic recovery in coming months expected

Analysts claim that If this growth rate in the manufacturing activity sustains, the improvement in business conditions could lead to a gradual economic recovery

Economic growth may have slowed down but there is no recession, there never will be: FM Nirmala Sitharaman

FM Nirmala Sitharaman was speaking at the Short Duration Discussion on Indian economy in the Rajya Sabha

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