The new EPFO data reveals that from September 2017 to July 2018 more than 61.81 lakh new jobs have been created,
The numbers are a strong refutation of the claims made by the opposition parties that the economy is in tatters.
The Modi government through its reforms has created several jobs in both organized and unorganized sector.
This is the new ground reality politicians in India have to contend with. False narratives will be called out
India's energy sector has seen tremendous growth in last five years, notably in clean energy initiatives.
The forecast for the coming January – March quarter ranged from 6.9 to 7.7 percent
The United Nations said India with 7.5 percent growth rate, will be the fastest economy in the world.
‘BJP win in 2019 will see NIFTY touch 13,000’, believes ‘Infrastructure Leasing and Financial Services’
Return of Congress will see the market dip to 9000