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All big rating agencies revise India’s growth projection upwards, predict it will be fastest fastest-growing economy among G-20 nations this year

India will be the fastest growing economy among the G-20 nations in 2024, the big rating agencies have projected

India’s growth outlook soars as Fitch raises mid-term potential to 6.2 per cent, China downgraded

Fitch Ratings increased India's medium-term potential growth forecast from 5.5 per cent to 6.2 per cent.

Indian Economy is set to surpass 7% growth rate in the fiscal year 2023: Manufacturing to be the key driver. Read details of the...

The Indian economy is on track to surpass 7 per cent growth rate in Fiscal Year 2023 with manufacturing being the key driver, according to a report released by the State Bank of India. 

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

United Nations raises India’s growth forecast for 2021 to 7.5%, says outlook ‘highly fragile’ due to COVID-19 second wave

World Economic Situation and Prospects (WESP) by UN estimated that the Indian economy's growth rate will be 10.1% in the year 2022

World Bank revises India’s GDP growth forecast from 5.4% to 10.1% for the financial year 2021-22

World Bank said public consumption will contribute positively, however, suppressed private demand is expected to fade by the end of 2021

As Rahul Gandhi goes on an anti-corporate tirade, know how his father Rajiv Gandhi initiated the idea of privatisation in India

It was Rajiv Gandhi who started the disinvestment and privatisation of of PSUs through minority stake sales, which accelerated later

Festive season puts Indian Economy back on track as the Auto sector, GST collections post impressive figures in October 2020

Besides encouraging Automobiles sales figures, GST mop up for the month of October, has for the first time touch the Rs 1 lakh crore mark, 10 per cent rise as compared to October 2019 collections

“Insider trading?” Netizens wonder as Bajaj Auto registers record sales in October despite Rajiv Bajaj’s fear-mongering about economic slump

Bajaj Auto has registered its highest-ever monthly sales of 5.12 lakh units, a staggering 11 per cent year-on-year growth as compared to October 2019

Ease of lockdown restrictions shows signs of economic recovery, e-commerce sales almost return to pre-lockdown levels

An increase in sales have been reported by various sectors of the economy following the easing of Lockdown restrictions by the govt

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