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Union Government announces ₹15,000 crore interest-free 50 year loan for states to spend on capital projects

Union Govt to provide an additional amount upto Rs 15,000 crore to states as interest-free 50-year loans for capital projects

Fact check: Did 10,113 companies in India shut their shop amid the COVID-19 pandemic?

A total of 10,113 companies were struck off under section 248 (2) of the Companies Act, 2013 in the financial year 2020-21.

Self criticism for the online right: Why are we giving liberals a free pass on the economy right now?

Most forecasters agree that India will show the highest GDP growth among all major economies in 2021.

While China built high-speed rail track, Indian liberals blocked highways around Delhi: Here is how the economy is a national security issue

At long last, we hear of a thaw in the bitter India-China standoff that began last April in Eastern Ladakh - but is it really over?

Indian govt took ‘very decisive’ steps to deal with coronavirus, structural reforms working well: IMF chief

Georgieva said the steps taken by the Modi government on the monetary policy and the fiscal policy side is commendable. It is actually slightly above the average for emerging markets, she added.

Spitting numbers like a drunken gambler at a Las Vegas casino: How to be a top economist – Marxist edition

Today I would like to profile for you one of the top economic minds of our age – the most distinguished Prof. Arun Kumar.

What they never told you when they said India was the worst performing emerging economy

India’s economy contracted by 23.9%. For comparison, Brazil’s GDP contracted by 11.9% and Russia’s GDP by 8%. So, did they really do better than India?

Nine out of Eleven component manufactures of Apple convinced to shift their plants from China to India: Union minister Ravi Shankar Prasad

Taking benefit of the PLI scheme announced by govt of India, several component makers and assemblers of Apple moving to India

Rajdeep Sardesai comes as knight in shining armour for anyone who needs a platform to clarify after goofing up

Rajdeep Sardesai, often fondly referred to as Michelangelo for his expertise in the art of hypocrisy, also doubles up as cleaning agent.

Why don’t we give credit to Hindu festivals for reviving the economy?

Say it with me: It is the Hindu festival season that has brought the economy back on track.

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