IMF, which predicted India cannot become a $5 trillion economy before 2028-2029, changes its forecast: Reports
The contentious claim that Bangladesh has overtaken India in terms of GDP per capita has also been revised by IMF.
Indian economy projected to grow faster than other major emerging economies, thanks to Modi government’s PLI scheme, says World Bank report
While World bank retained India's growth rate estimate at 8.3% f02 2021, it has forecasted that economy will grow by 8.7% in 2022
Why would somebody compare the GDP to the state budget? And then possibly to ticket sales over some 3 month period? What is the connection?
India witnesses the highest-ever quarterly expansion as GDP grows by 20.1 per cent in April-June quarter
India registered a stunning economic rebound during the first quarter of FY21 despite being hit by the second wave of COVID-19 outbreak
Indian business magnate Rakesh Jhunjhunwala hails PM Modi’s fiscal policies, gives 9 out of 10 to his economic management
Rakesh Jhunjhunwala predicts a 10% growth for the current financial year., says GDP growth on the right track.
World Bank said public consumption will contribute positively, however, suppressed private demand is expected to fade by the end of 2021
Uttar Pradesh: Per capita income crosses Rs 70,000, says CM Yogi Adityanath, hails ‘Atmanirbhar Bharat’
UP CM Yogi Adityanath was inaugurating the 'Hunar Haat' exhibition in Lucknow on Saturday. The Hunar Haat will be on till February 4.
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.
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.